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    It did not look like a large one so she was not afraid of it. Still, she tried to avoid the crocodile by paddling the canoe furiously, but the crocodile kept following her. A lot of attempt had been made by Plumwood to get out of the danger but she failed. Instead, she got hurt badly because of it. Through this incident, she learned a lot of life lessons. She learned a lot of lesson such as not to ignore any sorts of warnings and about vulnerability of humankind. She realized how misguided humans are to view themselves as masters of a tamed and malleable nature. On the other words, it means that humans are not always in control and sometimes selfish with themselves. Also, she felt truly blessed because in the end, she was found by the ranger and was taken to the hospital. She felt thankful that she didn’t need amputation for her leg and she still can walk…

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    China is a country with a vast cultural and historical background. It is a country with four billon people with extreme cultural diversity, which is nourished by different philosophies of its own. These philosophies are the beginning ideas of Chinese morality and spiritual belief, which were enriched by different intellectual heroes like Confucius. Confucius was born in 551 B.C at the end of the Chou dynasty as a descendent of dispossessed noble family. “His ancestors were of…

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    This essay will argue that in both Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained hereby referred to as Django and Zane Gray’s The Lone Star Ranger, hereby referred to as Lone Star violence exists due to inept law enforcement. While there are differences in the medium, the violence within them is significant due to how central it is in these works. Moreover, Lone Star depicts violence as it should be for the cowboy or outlaw hero, while Django demonstrates violence as it is in reality, messy and full of…

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    opponent who laughs at the sight of each of my teammates lying on the ground as they fail to get to their feet. My body tenses with anger as I run at the black ranger, locking my blade with his. “Well well, finally getting your hands dirty, Darling? You always let the bodies drop before you take action don't you?” Dalton taunted, his smirk prominent in his voice regardless of the mask that hides it. I grit my teeth and spit out a response. “You're one to talk, your monsters are the only…

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    comes from the waste is the most harmful to health, which is why observations about this area are of high importance. In this case, we decided to focus on the high-level waste since it has the most adverse impacts on humans and the environment. Radioactivity will decrease with the increase of time. The traditional method of storing waste is burying underground until it doesn’t pose a threat to human and environmental health. We decided to choose uranium as the representative to finish this risk…

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    Student: Khalid Anwahi Rhetorical Analysis of Scholarly Essay The main argument in the article what role could nuclear power play in limiting climate change? by Robert Rosner and Alex Hearn is that nuclear power plays a great responsibility in hindering the change of weather. The authors point out that it is within the ability of the modern international technical in doing away with fuel produced from the coal firms in the world by the year 2100. They add that it would be more challenging to…

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    ISOTOPE EXPERIMENT- BEANIUM Introduction This beanium experiment was performed to display a greater understanding of isotopes of an element. Atoms that belong to the same element with the same number of protons but differ in numbers of neutrons are called isotopes. Since the atomic mass of a element includes the sum of the number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of the element, It can be said that isotopes would have a different mass. Heavier isotopes tend to react more slowly than…

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    Remote Handling (RH) is now a day’s an essential part of industries, especially the ones which involve nuclear and hazardous environments. Apart from their ability to work in confined spaces or locations with limited accessibility, the prime advantage of using remote handling tools in the nuclear industry is that they minimize the exposure of human beings to radiations thus ensuring safety of personnel. Remote Handling has certain challenges associated with it like vacuum compatibility, residual…

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    making stronger magnets. In 1894, Marie graduated with a Master 's degree in Chemistry at the age of 27. This was not the end of her journey though, she was not satisfied and decided to pursue her Ph.D. The requirements for a Ph.D. were to focus on a subject and research it. This path led her to meet and fall in love with Pierre Curie. In 1895, Marie and Pierre were married. Little did the couple know what all they would accomplish together. In pursuit of her Ph.D., Marie chose to study uranium…

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    understandings of the nature of atoms. In 1898 France, Paris, Pierre and his wife Marie Curie discovered a new substance within an ore of Uranium that they named radium that emitted large amounts of (as we now call) radioactivity. Ernest Rutherford and Frederick Soddy Identified that atoms can break down and turn into different elements. For example if a block of uranium were left alone for 4.5 billion years, around 45% of it would turn into lead. Hopes for scientists around the world were…

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