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    Connor Calvert Jeff Burdick English 1AH TTH 10:00am 24 August 2017 The Measure of Darkness Travelling has been a passion of mine ever since I was a child. The best memories of growing up are the many times my parents took my sisters and I on road trips to see the many wonders of the world. This is what got me interested in nature and how the world works. Of the many trips that our family took across the world, the most memorable was only a few short summers ago. In the summer of 2014, our…

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    The following paper is on each of four subjects: black holes, dark matter, dark energy, and the multiverse theory. The first subject is black holes, which are regions of space having a gravitational field so intense that no matter or radiation can escape. Their existence is greatly debated over, and it still has not been determined whether they exist. The second subject is dark matter. Dark matter is a placeholder that cannot be seen. It accounts for 27% of the matter in the universe, but like…

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    Essay On Uranus

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    Messier objects are not even close to the total amount of deep sky objects in existence, but they make up some of the brightest examples of each type of deep sky object (open star clusters, globular star clusters, spiral galaxies, elliptical galaxies, supernova remnants, emission nebulae, and planetary nebulae), making them some of the most famous. The Messier objects are labeled from M1-M110, where the “M” obviously stands for Messier. The following are some astronomical objects that represent…

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    In the play American Century by Murphy Guyer, we find a woman waiting on her husband Tom to return from war. Upon his return while they’re reuniting, they are interrupted by a stranger, Tommy, who claims to be their son. Although at first Tom doesn’t believe him and thinks it’s a scam, the woman name Margaret knew the entire time because of motherly instincts. He goes on to tell them about the future and how he got back by taking drugs because he is a schizophrenic. He then continues to describe…

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    Ever since 624 B.C., humans have always dreamed of space and all of its wonders. Thales was a Greek philosopher that theorized that the Earth was just disk floating in a dark ocean. Today humans are calling this dark ocean the universe. Ever since this discovery there are now astronomers, astrophysicist, and astronauts working towards mankind’s greatest achievement: The International Space Station (ISS). IT began as just an idea in the Industrial Revolution later being grown to a huge project.…

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    Discovery Of Magnets Essay

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    North Pole attracts the "north" ends of other magnets, it is technically the "South Pole" of our planet's magnetic field. The most powerful magnet in the universe is actually a star called a magnetar. These are stars that have died off and had a supernova explosion. The magnetars are what is left over, and they are strong enough to destroy small planets if they get close enough. There are three…

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    Sherlock Holmes Narrative

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    3. Choose one film or an episode of television drama and write an analysis of its narrative, plot and genre. Outline the plot, make use of theories of narrative in your analysis, and provide an account of its genre in relation to the chosen film/episode and any relevant illustrative examples. Having been depicted on screen 254 times; Sherlock Holmes is the most portrayed character in literary history, it is possible for one to study the development of cinema simply through the many…

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    Scientific Revolution to Enlightenment Gregory R. Bowen History 2321: World Civilizations II March 05, 2017 Science, Enlightenment, and Revolution The effect the Enlightenment had in shaping the modern world as we know it, is undeniable; the notion of reason, thought, and democracy all find their origin in the movement. It quickly followed the Scientific Revolution, which saw blind trust in the how the church defined the nature of the universe, based on the learning of the…

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    Dinosaur Extinction Essay

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    of how the dinosaurs dissapeared. There are many different ways to explain the extinction which took place 65 million years ago. One of the main reasons was the possibility of a sudden change in the climate or atmosphere. For instance, a nearby supernova explosion could heat up the upper atmosphere, disturbing the ozone layer. Disturbing the ozone layer could produce large ice clouds which would cool the environment. If the dinosaurs were cold blooded they would not have been able to survive…

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    The spectacle that we call the Super Bowl is nonetheless amazing to the senses; not only the eyes, but the heart. The money making super giant that is the NFL, continually surprises, amazes and ultimately disappoints us in ways we forget, year after year. In this discussion, football shall be a focal point, but not the main topic. Our topic concerns something much larger than football (Huh? Gasp! Couldn’t be!), a topic that is intertwined with everything and anything we do; the sociology of our…

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