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    Recent studies are focused on an important question regarding civilization: “Will civilization fall to an irreversible doom?” There have been countless examples of societal collapse for many reasons and it all comes down to one conclusion. Progress will lead to our nigh collapse, thus, making it a trap. The very start of civilization can be traced back to when agriculture first started. Jared Diamond claims in his article, “The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race,” that agriculture is the most primitive mistake we have made. As civilizations advance, they become more complex and those that reach their peak of power collapse not long after. Civilizations grow up to “the extent to which advanced, complex and powerful societies are…

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    ideology . In addition, Piggy’s logic and intelligence when talking about advanced topics on the island also show how identity is formed through a lack of societal laws. Ralphs identity can immediately be seen when he tries to form his own tribe based on his own ideals. This happens at the beginning of the book after Ralph and Piggy find the conch. “Ralph waved the…

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    In Norse Greenland the societal collapse because they don't take care or preserve the amount of trees they cut down, and because they don't search or find a way to preserve. Also, because the cold climate was killing all the crops, each time it was getting colder and the crops cannot survive with that climate, so they don't have food to feed the people. Environmental Damage, destroy the environment around us. Climate change kills the crops, animals and people. Hostile Neighbors, forces death and…

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    prologue of his novel, “Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed”, explores the demise of communities throughout history and how such a thing could occur. He believes, as can be inferred from the title of the book, that societies primarily fail as a result of the decisions they make in response to other issues. In the prologue, “A Tale of Two Farms”, Diamond presents his definition of a collapse, his framework for analyzing a collapse, and how he compares the stories of societies…

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    For many years, Little Orphan Annie has been a source of entertainment for Americans, both during the Great Depression and after. The Great Depression was a hard time for everybody and caused a national crisis due to the stock market crash within the United States. During the Great depression, more often than not, families would have to be separated in order to find work. During this time of struggle, the protagonist on the radio show Little Orphan Annie, Annie, became a figure of courage and…

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    They arise from the core collapse of massive stars which reside in regions of space experiencing new and active star formation (Savaglio, 2013) and as they are intensely luminous and high in both gamma-ray emission and multi-wavelength afterglow their rate is relative to the star formation rate (Gehrels & Meszaros 2012). However, the core collapse from a supernova explosion from the death of a star that results in the formation of a neutron star is not powerful to create or explain LGRBs.…

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    The Great Depression, an economic collapse of worldly proportions. Citizens all around the world were struggling to just make by. America also fell, even though it 's great economic boom during WW1. The Depression left millions of Americans without jobs. Many middle-class individuals found themselves in poverty. Even the wealthy fell victim to this economic collapse. It was a terrible time for everyone. During this time, there were some who were doing better than others, job and economic wise.…

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    Next let’s talk about Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). As we can see from previous paragraphs, bees help us live a healthier life without the need to use any chemical in the food we consume on daily basis. Therefore, it is important for us to be inform and worried as to why many bees are vanishing. Our bee colonies are going through a massive breakdown which was discovered in 2006. Near the end of 2006, well known commercial beekeeper David Hackenberg stepped outside to supervise his 3,000…

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    Over the past century, the human population has been exponentially growing and developing past 7 billion people. During this time period, many scientific advancements have been achieved. One of the less popular successes of the twenty first century include the concept of robotic bees. While at first bees may not appear to be of major concern, statistics and research studies tend to dictate otherwise. According to Crystal Ponti, whom is a science, technology and health reporter, “last year, the…

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    LET’S TAKE A LOOK AT CCD: COLONY COLLAPSE DISORDER POTENTIAL CAUSES FOR DISAPPEARING BEE COLONIES OVER THE LAST DECADE When you think of bees, you may first think of an annoyance. They want ruin your picnic, they might sting you, and many people are allergic to them. Take a closer look. Bees are a cornerstone in the production of many mass-produced foods. (Images from…

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