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    structures solved by the players, could be used to generate an antivirus that would stop an “Aids-like” virus in monkeys. While I wasn’t able to participate in that, biology had become a major interest for me. I started looking up and learning all I could in the field of biology all of my junior and senior year. Then, I learned about CRISPR, a gene editing tool, which could be used to change and replace DNA. Gene editing tools have been around for a while, but CRISPR’s ease of use and efficiency made it more groundbreaking. According to some experts, CRISPR will be used to cure genetic diseases and help us terraform planets. It was that moment I realize where I wanted to go. I wanted to help pave the future and just like my internet password. I plan to get my AS from Grays Harbor College, stay in Aberdeen for a couple years and transfer to big research university. The reason I’m staying in Aberdeen is to try and accumulate funds for my education and not burden my family. If I get enough funds, I would travel to a big university and start majoring in Biology and Computer Science. I would use these 2 majors to get a job at a pharmaceutical company. After working at the company for a period of time, I would branch out and start my own. My company would focus on using CRISPR and gene editing tools to cure and treat previously untreatable diseases.…

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    created. In 1879 Thomas Edison created the light bulb. Since then the light bulb has been perfected countless times and it is truly a gigantic millstone on human history. If the light bulb were never invented we would miss out on all the activities that could be done at night. For example imagine driving without your headlights? I can’t imagine that because it is really dangerous. A far less drastic example would be just walking around your house after the sunsets. You would have to light…

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    year old chemistry professor believe that emailing is the solution to everything such as creating appointments or hanging out with friends. Tara supposes “when you ask for a phone call the expectation is that you have pumped it up a level”(Turkle 375). That is, when you ask for a phone call you are calling for something that can not be discussed over email that may be meaningful. For example, a family member that has been deceased. Additionally, Leonora claims that she uses emails to make…

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    My passion for Communication started from my high school when my teacher introduced me to the fact that telephone was first invented by Alexander Graham Bell. It made me curious that approximately 100 years ago when the telephone was invented; communicating with people who were far away from us was very difficult. The telegraph had already been invented, but it hasn’t been fast enough. It has caused some problems in urgent events. Telephone came and has solved these problems and also this was…

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    light bulb/electricity which is mainly associated with Thomas Edison, the airplane created by the Wright Brothers, the telephone created by Alexander Graham Bell and his partner Thomas Watson, and the automobile/assembly line which is mainly related to Henry Ford. These people and their inventions have had an unbelievable effect on our world today. I cannot imagine this world without any of these inventions. There are many prominent inventions of the late 19th century, but I truly believe that…

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    Technology has helped yet hinder everyday life. It affects everyone and how they communicate to each other. It connects people and businesses to be able to share anything they would like. It also keeps families in touch whenever they need to talk. There are a variety of options to communicate with others. It is also the simplest form of communication when connecting to family and friends from far away. You can catch up on their lives through pictures and quick updates. As the world is rapidly…

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    Technology has rapidly consumed the lives of men, women, and children throughout the modern world. Some would even go as far as saying society as a whole has become obsessed with technology. When people hear the word technology they automatically think cell phones and social media. Technology is much more than the world wide web. Technology involves the creation and utilization of technical means and their relationship with life, society, and the environment. Forms of technology one would not…

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    We live in a text based society where the art of making a phone call seems to be almost nonexistent among young adults. Aziz gives a list of statistics proving this point. Making a phone call makes people nervous. It takes practice to be confident when you’re asking someone out over the phone. He gives an example of a boy talking to a girl over the phone, the way it used to be. With each call the boy gains confidence. He takes small steps, trying to break the ice. Finally he builds up enough…

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    overview by Pew Research Center, led Feb. 18-21 among 1,002 grown-ups, finds that practically indistinguishable shares of Republicans (56%) and Democrats (55%) say that Apple ought to open the San Bernardino suspect’s Phone to help the FBI 's continuous investigation(www.people-press.org). By differentiation, independents are isolated: 45% say Apple ought to open the iPhone, while about the same number of (42%) say they ought not open the telephone to guarantee the security of their other…

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    There are many disputes debating on whether the Patriot Act should be legal or not. The Patriot Act’s purpose is to “[make] it easier for the government to obtain the orders and allowed for greater coordination among intelligence agencies and law enforcement”(Philadelphia, par 14). But at what point is obtaining information from the American citizens too far? The issue for this debate is does the Patriot Act violate the people's rights. This debate has been going on since 2001 as some view the…

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