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  • A Good Leader: Adolf Hitler As A Great Leader

    While I’m sure we can all agree that Adolf Hitler wasn’t the best human being ever, Hitler may have been one of the best leaders of the twentieth century. Born April 20th, 1889 and died April 30th, 1945, was an Austrian-born German politician who was a leader in the Nazi party, Germanys chancellor from 1933 to 1945 and Fuhrer of Nazi Germany from the year 1934 to 1945, (David 1998.) He can be attributed to be a good leader because of various reasons: He was a leader with visions; he was a…

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  • The Monkey And The Crocodile Analysis

    The Monkey and the Crocodile A monkey named Raktamukha lived on a Jamun tree in the dense forests of India. The monkey was happy in his life spending most of the time jumping around on trees. This Jamun tree was on banks of a river which was home to a crocodile named Karalamukha. Karalmukha used to come on the banks and gradually he and the monkey became very good friends. Few days past, and their friendship grew stronger. Raktmukha used to pluck fruits from the tree and used to give it to…

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  • Silent Earthquake Analysis

    Once I started reading the first paragraph of the article written by Peter Cervelli “The Threat of Silent Earthquakes” it immediately drew me in. I was fascinated and alarmed by what I had just read. The fact that an earthquake with a 5.7 magnitude hit near a volcano where people visit every day and went unnoticed just blew me away (Cervelli). It is a blessing that the earthquake didn’t cause any devastation that day, but why did it not and if it had then how can we prepare for such a natural…

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  • What Is The Rise Of Adolf Hitler

    On April 20, 1889 in a small Austrian town named Braunau, Adolf Hitler was born to his father, Alois Hitler, and mother, Klara. When Hitler was young he showed signs of potential. He was intelligent and was extremely liked and admired by other classmates. Although Elementary school was a breeze for him, middle school turned out to be a lot tougher; Hitler soon stopped trying at everything he did. As result he lost all popularity. Instead of hanging out with friends he would re-enact battles and…

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  • Mt Pinatubo Essay

    Mt. Pinatubo, Philippines: Impacts and Human Actions The stratovolcano Mount Pinatubo began showing signs of erupting on the 15th of July 1991. Through a series of events Mt. Pinatubo erupted and effected the surrounding areas. Throughout this paper will be discussed the impacts, including primary and secondary, along with impacts changed by humans. Mount Pinatubo eruption was the second largest eruption in the 20th century, making it have many impacts not only locally but globally. Mount…

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  • Positive Characteristics Of Tsunami

    What are the characteristics of a tsunami? A tsunami is a large series of long wavelengths and period (time between crests) which can vary from a few minutes to over an hour. A Tsunami is a natural disaster and can be generated by any large, impulsive displacement of the sea level. An example of this is earthquakes with a magnitude of 6.5 or greater, landslides into or under the water surface, volcanic activity and meteorite impacts. Two tsunamis occur per year throughout the world which inflict…

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  • Why The Fat Tailed Gentle Dwarf Lemur Of Western Madagascar

    Chelrogaleus medius otherwise known as the fat tailed dwarf lemur of western Madagascar is a primate belonging to the Strepsirrhini suborder, lemuriformes infraorder and the lemuroidea superfamily (Larson, 2008). This little primate is known to go into a state of hibernation, a physiological state of inactivity and metabolic depression in mammals where body temperature, metabolic rate—including breathing and heartbeat—slow down. Hibernating on a tropical island may seem odd, but the fat tailed…

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  • Essay On Mt St Helens

    Mount Saint Helens Devastates the State of Washington The 1980 Eruption of Mount Saint Helens was a moment to remember in history. The eruption of Mt St. Helens was devastating. The damage done costed lots of money. The eruption was huge and blew lots of ashes into the air and forest. Many people and animals died. The skies remained dark for days. It is by far the most destructive and violent volcano recorded in North America (Bagley). Mount St. Helens had been dormant for as long as we can…

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  • Essay On Chilean Earthquake

    Earthquakes Shira Miller Earthquakes are amazing natural disasters. An earthquake is a sudden and violent shaking of the ground. They are a big threat to people because they cause tsunamis, fires, and buildings to crumble on people. One of the biggest earthquakes was the great Chilean earthquake. The quake happened on May 22, 1960 near Valdiva (geology.com). The damage that the great Chilean earthquake caused (including tsunami damage) cost more than 500 million U.S. dollars (NOAA.gov). After…

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  • Essay On Earthquake In Chile

    On the 27th of February, 325 kilometres southwest of Santiago at 3:34 am an 8.8 magnitude earthquake struck offshore central Chile leaving 122 aftershocks of magnitude 5.0 or greater which is The intense trembling lasted for around three minutes causing large-scale damage and affected approximately 80% of the population and leaving over a million without a home. Coastal Chile is well known for having deadly earthquakes, with a series of thirteen earthquakes 7.0 magnitude or higher since 1973.…

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