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  • Benefits Of Fracking

    In recent years, there has been an increasing concern about whether or not should factories keep using fracking as their main method to extract oil and gas from the underground. Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing can be defined as the process of drilling down into the Earth and injecting high-pressurized water mixture into the ground, creating cracks in the deep-rock formations and allows oil and gas to flow out of the wells. According to The United States Geological Survey, wastewater disposal…

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  • College Essay On Lung Cancer

    cancers, and the second most diagnosed cancer in both men and women. Cigarette smoking is the number one cause of lung cancer. Lung Cancer also can be caused by types of tobacco, pipes, or cigars and being exposed to substances such as asbestos or radon at home or work, and having a family history of lung cancer (Centers for Disease 1). “Each year about 160,000 are diagnosed with lung cancer. There is a 16% chance of surviving. The number of deaths due to lung cancer has increased approximately…

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  • Air Pollution Essay

    eruption of volcanoes, dust, wildfire, animal and vegetation [1]. Debris can be stirred up due to tornadoes and volcanoes, leading to widespread air pollution. Erosion of soils and rock can result in release of different types of toxins in the air, like radon, which is a major cause of lung cancer in the world [4]. Particulate matters are released in the air because of wood fire that can get lodged in the respiratory system of humans and animals, resulting in irritation to issues. Existing…

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  • Medication For Children With Adhd

    Medication for Children with ADHD When a child is diagnosed with ADHD, a question comes to a parent’s mind about whether or not medications would be beneficial for their child. As a parent of a child who has this condition, I understand there are positive and negative benefits about medications that my child could take. Children who have ADHD have impulse control issues, hyperactiveity, or inattentive. Should he have behavioral therapy, medications, or a combination of the two? What are the…

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  • City Of Chicago Air Pollution Solutions

    The City of Chicago received a F for the cleanliness of the air we breathe again. New reports show that the air has not improved since last year. The American Lung Association ranked the City of Chicago as the 14th most poluted city in the nation in the “State of the Air 2014”.The City of Chicago was also ranked the 20th most ozone-polluted and year-round particle pollution. Particle pollution is a mixture of solid and liquid particles found the air. This was the ranking last year. Altgeld…

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  • Nuclear Energy Impact

    Despite being a relatively new source of energy, nuclear energy has emerged as one of the most influential energy sources. Nuclear power was developed in the 1950s after several years of intensive research on atoms, uranium, and radioactivity (Ferguson, 22). Initially, nuclear energy was mainly applied in the military field through the production of destructive weapons such as bombs. However, as years progressed, it became an essential component of industrial production. Nuclear energy is…

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  • Hidden Toxins In Your Home Essay

    Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Housing and Urban Development, more than 30 million homes in the U.S. have significant health issues. More than 20 million housing units have a lead-based paint hazard, and more than 6.8 million homes have radon exposures above the advised level.[] Water intrusion, pests…

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  • Palmprint Case Study

    CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE SURVEY LITERATURE SURVEY Palmprint is the inner a part of a person’s hand. Its individuality and capability for characteristic people has come to the fore only now. it's conjointly one amongst the dependable modality because it contains additional options than that of the opposite modalities like principal lines, orientation, minutiae, singular points etc. The human Palm has numerous options like geometric options, delta point’s options, principal lines options, minutiae,…

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  • Human Gait Recognition

    purposes. The most important advantage is that person walking image can be captured from long distance and the image is then processed with low resolutions. Here focus on two different techniques Principle Component Analysis (PCA) only and PCA with radon transform (RT) on machine vision for gait recognition purposes. In gait recognition silhouette defined as a region of pixels of the walking person and the silhouette extraction mainly focuses on segmenting the human body. The silhouette…

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  • Face Masks

    The newest fashion statement all the way from Southeastern Asia is colorful, inexpensive, innovative, and protective. Face masks can be self-decorated with any original design and have been a common accessory in China as people face the ominous threat that their own air poses to them. However, having poor air quality is not a situation unique to the Chinese only, despite Beijing being the better known through news sources. Cities in India and Pakistan claim the top 7 most polluted cities…

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