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    Figuring on both sides of the stone forest can see many waterfalls and vegetation connoting that this is not a human world but a paradise, which accounts for the environment and the story background of this poster. The poster is centered by Sun Wukong, while the orientation of the dragon sight and the lower right corner of the building both focus toward Sun Wukong, which means Sun Wukong is the leading role of the poster and he is the visual center. This is an important visual performance technique which use the composition clearly to tell audiences where is the focus of the image. When it comes to the layout, using the right depth of field highlights the main role and makes the frame increasingly layered and becoming much…

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    When a person can’t accept their vulnerability then they feel forced to cover up the things that make up their identity which cause them to not be the person they want to be because they think that people will just tear them apart. Everyone has some vulnerability in their life but it's how you handle the vulnerability that determines their true identity and whether they can live a more full life. When a person first is affected by their vulnerability it is hard for them to share it with other…

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    There are many trials and tribulations that colored people in America have to deal with. These Stereotypes have a drastic affect on both children and adults. What is a stereotype? A stereotype is to believe unfairly that all people or things with a particular characteristic are the same. This concept can do both mental and physical damage to a human being 's psyche. If a person is introduced to stereotypes at a young age, they may have insecurities that will hinder their mental, physical, and…

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    As people grow up in a world full of standards to live up to, they might begin to lose themselves throughout the journey. For example, an individual may adjust their identity to reach the ideal life that every person dreams to aspire. We are never happy with who we are and what we have, we always want more; however, people are dismissing the conception of acceptance. In the book, “American Born Chinese” written by Gene Luen Yang, the American religious experience is accepting yourself. Once a…

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    Sun Observation Report

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    important thing on our planet to keep all things running is the sun. It gives off rays that help the plants and trees grow which give us oxygen. Within the twenty-four hour rang we have in a day the sun splits it into two halves; Night and day. However the path of they sun is always changing and is never the same. Just like any other star it rises in the east and sets in the west. As time goes by you begin noticing the sun changes its exact paths. The sun’s path through the sky is farther north…

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    Star Formations Every star you see at night in the sky is bigger and brighter than our sun. Stars are born within clouds of dust and gas that is spread throughout most every galaxy. The life of a star includes many stages from nebulas to the mysterious black holes. Stars are responsible for the creation and circulation of heavy elements such as carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen. The elements characteristics are informally bound to the characteristics of the planetary systems that may consolidate…

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    using Kant’s categorical imperative, Duckenfield and the Police Superiors decisions can be said to be immoral. However, analysis that uses Kant is only useful to an extent due to criticism of his theories. One issue is the complexity leads to difficulty in application (Crane and Matten). Kant details many three multifaceted maxims for ethical decision. However, Police during the incident had to make quick judgements based on limited information. Another is that people tend to make exceptions…

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    Climate Change; Explained By NASA Some people think “climate change” is a fancy word invented to cover up “global warming.” Global warming sounds so scary, but climate change sounds like something we can help combat or something less scary than the thought of our planet burning up because of a hole in the ozone layer. It’s remarkable how word-choice can have such a big impact on our ideas and feelings towards things. It’s also interesting to see politically how people react to each set of…

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    addition, the overwhelming of the atmosphere with carbon dioxide makes this new kind of energy a new hope because is commonly seen as the solution to the environmental problems. As a result, the benefits are considered the only point of view in many discussions about the theme, even though the drawbacks are significant and can be a barrier in the development of some energies like the solar. The benefits of the solar energy are commonly related to the natural resource characteristics, like the…

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    it and experience it, yet each and every one of us has different interpretation of it. For Spencer Murphy he sees the magnitude of power and vastness nature encompasses, yet his relationship nature consists of seeing themes such as mortality, desolation, beauty, despair, and some hope. While for me nature signifies youth, freedom, hope, life and comfort. While I respected Murphy’s series and messages he was conveying, the one particular photo that stood out the most to me was an image of a…

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