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    X-Men Character Analysis

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    One issue that the gifted students in X-Men deal with that individuals with disabilities struggled with in the past is the way in which people refer to them. Referring to the gifted individual’s in the movie as mutants, probably originates from Winter et al. (2015) summarization of mutation as the normally slow process which is key to evolution, enabling people to “evolve from a single celled organism in to the most dominate species on the plant”. Referring to the gifted individuals as “mutant” is insensitive, similar to all of the previously disregarded terms used to identify and label individuals with disabilities. There are both advantages and disadvantages of labeling. One significantly important disadvantage of labeling in both the real world and in X-Men is that they often lead to stereotypes. Individual with disabilities ability to succeed is often doubted as a result of their impairment, without taking into account the severity of the impairment. In X-Men gifted students are feared and looked upon with disgust due to Eric faction of gifted…

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    Dancing Mutants Analysis

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    the corrupted society, and polluted environment. A lot of modern art paintings are abstract, which helps deepen the understanding and interpretation. Besides, it does not matter where it is in the world, art takes the same drive for innovating. This analysis will talk about two paintings in two different countries: “Dancing Mutants” by the Filipino artist Ocampo, and “Guernica” by Picasso, to explore the artists’ drive and mean of innovation, their meanings, as well as their impact back onto the…

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    X-Men X Marks The Spot These mutants were not human but they worked together in perfection:"Flawed and complex, the mutant antiheroes known as the X-men were the perfect comic-book champions for the disaffected youth of Generation X" (Bradford Wright). These mutants were both heroes and enemies to mankind. The X-men was formed Professor Charles Xavier who brought in those individual mutants. They all came together by choice not by force to all fight along side to help save mutants and human.…

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    X-Men Belonging Analysis

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    he would have done if he belonged. Similarly, in ‘X-Men’, Magneto, as a mutant, is thrown aside. This is because he is different and does not belong, which causes him to crave for power and control. Magneto had the mindset that if he threw the humans aside and out of the control of the society and placed his species, which are mutants, and himself as the people in control, then he would belong in a world of his creation. Magneto also talks about the mutants in contrast to the humans, claiming…

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    professor, either, who’s suffering from a debilitating case of Alzheimer’s, which has thwarted his abilities and made him an unpredictable, telepathic nuclear bomb. As we learn, if he’s without his medicine, all hell breaks loose. That hell itself is why they’re on the lam. Xavier has been deemed a public risk, and it’s up to Logan to make sure he stays not only healthy, but completely off the grid. Fortunately for him, a slightly reluctant albino mutant Caliban (a nearly-unrecognizable Stephen…

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    Some experiments were aimed at finding how SOD1 becomes pro-apoptotic (promoting programmed cell death) due to the fact that healthy SOD1 are against programmed cell death (Pasinelli et al. 2004). The pro-apoptotic characteristic of mutant SOD1 is demonstrated in vivo and in vitro. The mitochondria inside cells firmly control apoptosis, and the mutant SOD1 that aggregates inside mitochondria triggers the programmed cell death of motor neurons (Pasinelli et al. 2004). One experiment studied…

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    neighbourhood hoodlums and his peers. His loneliness is clear by the sadness in his words when he shamefully admits to his camera, “This is where I eat lunch, out here on the bleachers.” Andrew films soccer practices, parties, and his camera lingers on pretty girls, which demonstrates his desire to be socially involved and accepted. Yet, by keeping Andrew behind his camera, Trank illustrates that Andrew will only get as far as a spectator, looking on, but never quite engaging. Under these…

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    The unknown mutant of Drosophila melanogaster numbered 948 displayed eye characteristics different from the wild-type. The most prominent difference in mutant 948 eye compared to the wild-type eye appeared to be its size and color. The mutant Drosophila eye is smaller in size and has a darker red pigmentation. In addition to these variable phenotypic characteristics, the mutant 948 has more ocular shaped eyes and its outer bristles on the lateral side of each eye are significantly less…

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    The Attack of the Mutant Chicken Nuggets My story begins in a small rural town called Nowhere, Nebraska. It’s a mile from You Turned the Wrong Way, and right next to, You’re A Goner. Times are tough around these parts, people up and leaving and never to be seen around here again, and my guardian leaving for the Reserves every month. Leaving me with my crazy inventors I call my “Grandparents”. They are an older couple who’s taken care of me since… the accident. Well anyways this is the story of…

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    After surviving a tragic moments in one’s life; one can be forever altered. Their shell of their former self is gone with that moment, and it can never be recovered. The only thing they can do is pick up the pieces and resume life. This is what happened to the girl in the story “The Mutants” by Joyce Carol Oates. The girl has changed, and her cloak of innocence has forever been removed. At the beginning of the story, the girl was this dreamy, beautiful, innocent person that had this…

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