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    parallels can be discussed when comparing the two works but I would like to focus on the three main parallels that spoke out to me. These comparisons include how the clones and the monster are treated as social outcasts, the mimicking of society in order to function, and the manipulation of…

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    Good Morning to the TED X conference, I am here to talk about one powerful person who changed our world and our way of thinking about something. A powerful person is one who changes the way we think, live, work and may change our lives physically or mentally. My powerful person is David Attenborough. David Attenborough has influenced and changed our way of thinking about our planet and its living organisms. David Attenborough has created documentaries about flora and fauna and land types. David…

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    represent the rapid development of innovative thinking. A reason this drawing might have been drawn would be to show the new way of thinking: science. Throughout the entire illustration, there are no religious sentiments found at all, which is a smack in the face of the Catholic Church. The innovative way of thinking during this time is a critical political and social factor that affected the work of scientists because it started the separation from the Catholic…

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    position. In other words, my internal intensions may have been focused on the economic capital, not the social capital. Another example would be how the wealthier politicians with the most money for campaigns tend to win more because their economic capital supplies them with more resources to help them gain the likelihood of the country. However, economic capital can also lead to an increase in social capital. In middle school, dressing in name-brand clothing and playing in elite sports clubs…

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    contextual time period was always dual in nature, where the concepts and ideas introduced by modern science were constantly battling with the traditional religious foundations of society. This duality of morality vs science can be generalised into the concept of the objective vs the subjective. Stevenson intrinsically incorporates these dualities within the novel, as it explores the concepts of morality, science, the objective and the subjective. The article, “Robert Louis Stevenson’s Jekyll…

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    consider myself a very math and science oriented person; I am not a social studies or English person. I have problems memorizing dates and remembering what Louis the 14th did during his reign. And I can't think of thesis statements off the top of my head, instead it takes me hours of rewriting and crossing things out. I do, however, know how to use data. I love learning about the world around us from the smallest cells in biology, to imploding suns in the earth sciences. Or the sense of…

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    context of the past, it is acceptable to view them as outdated, and irrelevant in today’s societal context, and hence useless. Religion and ritual have been of significant cultural importance throughout the history of mankind. However, in today’s science and technology driven society, such ‘traditions’ may be viewed as anti-modern and outdated by many. In a cultural perspective, religion and ritual stands as a firm pillar, which had been established by our ancestors and their wisdom, beliefs and…

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    Science started to attract followers that believed its theories that opposed to those of the church, while religion was just faith. Many were working aside from the church’s beliefs and making way for science to explain the secrets of the unknown. During this time not only did scientific areas prosper, but also areas in economic and governmental views.…

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    results obtained were excellent and without any inconvenient. The principal functions that will hold drones are to monitor the public places and also the potential criminal sectors. Moreover, artificial intelligence will help maintain the privacy on social networks, this is going to keep the trust of the users and will also provoke a feeling of security while using the web . In conclusion, Artificial Intelligence contributes to our daily life in many different ways. This is because this new…

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    end of 2011, Canada went through a transformative process that changed the way research is conducted on a national level. In December of that year, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), and the Social Sciences and the Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) (hereafter referred to as the “Agencies”) unveiled the Tri-Agency Framework: Responsible Conduct of Research. This policy document was coupled with…

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