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  • The Bombing Of Hiroshima Analysis

    The Bombing of Hiroshima is the first-hand account of the bombing of Hiroshima in 1945. It was written by Yamaoka Michicho in order to express her opinion on the use of the atomic bomb. She believes that using the atomic bomb was inhumane and inexcusable. She intended for this to be seen by the Americans; to inform them of the pain and tragedy that they caused when they dropped the atomic bomb. Michicho writes about the effects of the bomb on ordinary citizens, who had done nothing to provoke…

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  • P110/120: Assignment Analysis

    P110/120: Energy/Energy & Technology Fall 2015 Homework 03 P110/120 Homework assignment HW03 1. Can you cool a kitchen by leaving the refrigerator door open? Why or why not? No. Leaving the door open would cause the refrigerator to run more. When a refrigerator runs, more heat will be put out of the metal coils. The coolness from the inside will be temporary. More heat will be put off as it runs. 2. Why is a condenser needed in a steam electric plant? Why isn’t it better to just…

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  • Monster Cinema Essay

    Monster Cinema: The Myth and History of the Spectacle In recent years, the monster genre has been dominated by zombies, vampires, werewolves, and supernatural creatures. Although these monsters terrify audiences, they don’t have the same impact as their larger, far more destructive counterparts. The kaiju, or giant monster, have been a neglected and misunderstood genre for a long time. It wasn’t until recently that these monsters started to make their way back on the silver screen. This paper…

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  • Primordial Soup Theory

    Abstract: My research paper is covering the different theories covering the origins of life. Primordial Soup: The primordial soup theory says that life began in a lake or ocean as a combination of chemicals created amino acids, and from there life evolved. A Russian chemist named A.I. oprin and an English geneticist named J.B.S. Haldane came up with this theory in 1920. to test this theory they collected and mixed elements thought to be on earth at the time and sparked the mixture with…

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  • Analysis: Does A Dad Make A Difference?

    Does a Dad Make a Difference? The disregard in America today for the important role of men in the lives of their children and families is destructive to our culture. American culture is trying to redefine the family in order to appease the desires of the adults rather than consider the impact their choices have on the children. In Genesis 2:24 the Bible states, “For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and they become one flesh” (The Holy Bible New…

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  • Fire Service Case Study

    re: Duty of care This will analyse whether the South Australian Country Fire Service (‘CFS’) owes a duty of care to owners of Tesla drivers who are vulnerable during a nearby bush fire. I. REASONABLE FORESEEABILITY Is it reasonably foreseeable to a reasonable South Australian fire service, that is aware of recently developed American technology that extends the travelling range of Tesla vehicles and is capable of contacting Tesla in order to trigger that technology, that failing to notify…

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  • Compare And Contrast Hiroshima And Nagasaki

    terrifying historical event became a starting point in the unfolding of the ideological Cold War, which made a transition of former allies on the path of mutual hatred and distrust. Consequently, it had led the USSR and the United States to the historical nuclear arms race. To put it a bit crudely, we can regard Hiroshima as the final American strike of the Second World War, and Nagasaki as its first strike in…

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  • Hiroshima Bombing John Richard Hersey Summary

    He used real life experiences from six different people who survived the Hiroshima bombing. Hersey did not want to tell his audience the surface story and facts about the nuclear bomb. He wanted to leave an indentation in the readers mind about the effects and coping capabilities these people possessed. Hersey narrated the survivors’ testimonies in a way the readers’ could picture the horrific events. For example the descriptions’…

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  • Analysis Of Dr. Strangelove

    And I did like it, but I still think it shows that I am out of my element with this subgenre of black comedy. “Dr. Strangelove” tells the improbable but possible tale of what would happen if one fanatic, trigger-happy person unilaterally launched a nuclear attack on Russia during the height of the Cold War. That’s exactly what Gen. Jack D. Ripper (Sterling Hayden) does. His actions…

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  • Demain Documentary Analysis

    “Demain” is a great documentary film directed by Cyril Dion and Mélanie Laurent. The film begins with an extremely grim conclusion: the world seems to be getting worse. Liz Hadly (a biologist) and Tony Barnosky (a paleontologist) have developed a hit-list of our main fears: that natural resources are running out, the ever-growing population is causing the shortage of food, species are becoming extinct in vast numbers, and the global warming. It is crucial that we look at the facts if we want…

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