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    Not all people are lucky enough to cherish two babies at once. Havings twins is one of the greatest gifts of all that could be given to any parent no matter what the situation is. Whether they have struggled for years to have a child or it happened by chance. Love is the greatest gift of all. There might be a lot of ups and downs with twins, but by the Grace of God, it will be a gift that most people would give anything to receive or adore. Everyone is alone at a point in time,but being a twin they are never truly alone. When twins feel alone, they always have someone to turn to, no matter the situation. Before they are born into the real world they are “wombmates” so they have always been tied together in some way, shape, or form. There are times when twins really need to talk to someone and they want to talk to a sibling and the closest sibling they will ever be too is with their twin weather they like it or not. At point in times there is always a time when someone is really needed especially at school, they have been together in the same class and the same grade, which they are always going to lean towards the other to ask for help and ask for an assignment if they have forgotten one so there is no one left behind. No matter where they are there is always the question of should twins be alone? If they let themselves think it, then they always have their twin to look upon to. Twins that are never alone means there will always be a friend throughout life to share…

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    Andy Serrano May 28, 2017 WR 121 The Effects of Being an Identical Twin When people see a pair of twins there are many questions that they ask, they first try to find the similarities between each other. Twins are always thought of something special and magical, now don’t get me wrong they are special, specially with the bond and the relationship that they build between each other. Even though just like any other thing it has its pros and cons. Being a twin is determined by several factors,…

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    Chateau Fight Analysis

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    been a huge fan of The Matrix so the chance to review it made me instantly jump on the chance to. While watching the Chateau Fight, I saw how the Wachowskis implemented many audio elements to create an awesome fight scene that ranks above many others. Sound is purposeful and if organized correctly adds a range of emotions as it fits towards the overall picture. In this follow up to the classic Matrix, Neo finds himself in the middle of things as the Sentinels are reaching Zion. As the clip…

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    Why Curiosity Did not Kill the Cat Some species have gone extinct due to lack of adaptation, however humans have consistently conformed to their surroundings to survive. Without adaptation, there would be no difference between humans and animals. Other species have limitations regarding their habitat, but humans use a more advanced thought process to find resources to adapt. In order for a human to discover a resource, they need to be curious about the purpose of an object. Curiosity enhances…

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    Allegory Of The Cave

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    The Allegory of the Cave is a hypothesis put into perspective by Plato, regarding human awareness. In the short story a group of prisoners have been confined in a cavern ever since birth with no knowledge of the outside world. They are chained facing a wall unable to turn their heads. While a fire behind them gives off a faint light. Sometimes people pass by carrying figures of animals and other objects that cast shadows on the wall. The prisoners believe that the shadows are real and they begin…

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    the movie The Matrix. However, the work of Plato, can be seen on having the largest impact on the movie. The Matrix has several instances where it parallels Plato’s “The Allegory of the Cave; although the biggest parallel can be seen within the character of Neo. The image of the prisoner who escaped from the cave in “The Allegory of the Cave” can be seen as having an influence on the Wachowski sibling’s character Neo from The Matrix. In “The Allegory of the Cave” a group of humans are…

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    accept this truth, but once it is understood, it will change their life. In both “Allegory Of The Cave” by the philosopher Plato, and The Matrix by the Wachowskis’, it can be seen that when man is blinded by his own ignorance and given an opportunity to learn, he is pained by the visions of enlightenment, but with time, will seek out those who are not as knowledgeable, and teach them his ways. In both “Allegory of the Cave” and The Matrix…

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    realistic and fluid, they maneuver much slower and lack direct eye contact of course. The use of these synths can range from being used in personal households for chores and taking out the trash, to general help for the public and collecting tickets for the subway station. In contrast, the synths used in “Humans” do not have distinct personalities like the one Neuromancer developed. However, both display similar abilities to think and calculate decisions for themselves, especially in favor of…

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    I Am Number Four:Lost Files:Secret Histories is a series of three stories that all tie together in the end. These novellas tell you about how the Mogadorians don’t want you to know about how they operate. The Mogadorians appear “normal” but under their houses they have labs and other buildings where they monitor Loric activity. Their future plans to attack the planet Lorien, and about how the main character, Adam, turns on his own flesh and blood all plays out in a three part story called I Am…

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    In The Matrix, Neo is living in what he believes is a true reality because it’s so unbelievably vast and doesn’t often show signs of falsity and when it does, for example when we experience déjà vu, it’s common to shrug it off like it’s some strange trick of the mind. Neo is a special case because he is having trouble accepting that this world is the real truth. This is what distinguished him from the rest of the world, making him “The One”. The Matrix and the allegory of the cave bring up many…

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