Timothy Treadwell

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    to seek out reason, and get back to their roots to see true nature. Timothy Treadwell was one of many who attempted to go back to the wilds, but one who captured the concept of Transcendentalism beautifully. Treadwell connected with his bears on a spiritual…

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    Timothy Treadwell’s understanding of human relations to animals (specifically to bears) is that they are his soul mates and his salvation. Timothy has dedicated his life to protecting and studying the bears in the Alaskan land. The bears, he says, are inspirational, gave him a life, and they helped him become a better person (i.e. help him give up drinking). Timothy exclaims several times that he will die for the animals. Timothy behaves like the bears and lives in their territory. Perhaps,…

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    Living Like Weasel

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    The concept of Living Like Weasels promotes the unconscious thinking Treadwell experienced, and to reverse the normality that humans must think before they act. Beholding a Weasel’s careless senses has been lost within human culture because we are constantly thinking about what occurs in the past, present, and future rather than using a Weasel’s “plug into that pulse” mindset. For example, when Timothy Treadwell reciprocated direct eye contact with a Grizzly bear (more specifically, Mr.…

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    only one to do such an out of the ordinary thing. Timothy Treadwell, "the bear expert", gave up on civilization and went to the comfort of the wild. Both Mccandless and Treadwell were successful in being unsuccessful. With many obstacles, lessons learned, and opinions of others, both young men led a life of pure adventure. Timothy Dexter (April 29, 1957-October 3,2002) had a passion for film-making and aspired to be a movie director. After his aspirations being crushed by not getting the part…

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    Timothy Treadwell Wasn’t a Hero He Was a Preventable Tragedy Grizzly Bears are ferocious, furry creatures that may appear to be soft and cuddly but come armed with sharp claws, and huge teeth. The males can weigh up to 600 pounds and the females can weigh up to 440 pounds. Every year in North America alone there are at least three fatalities of humans who are mauled by bears. According to Boy Scouts of America the best advice to prevent attacks from Grizzly Bears is to avoid them all…

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    The story The Bear That Wasn’t, covers the concept and idea of people never changing due to outside influence. When the bear awoke from hibernation and found himself in the middle of a factory, he was an outsider to the factory workers. Because the factory workers had never seen a bear at the factory and the only bears they had ever seen were either in the circus or at the zoo, they made an assumption that it couldn’t be a bear. Instead, they insisted that the ‘bear’ was actually a silly man…

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    calamity and learning experiences. We all live in a world where happiness is hard to find. For each of us happiness is something different. To define happiness is harder than to be happy. Because happiness is an emotion, a way of thinking, feelings and life itself. It tends not to be something we can understand, have a recipe and just make it. Happiness must be discovered by ourselves. In the documentary Grizzly Man directed by Werner Herzog and the book Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer they…

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    According to many crimes that have been committed the one that seemed more intriguing to discuss was definitely the Oklahoma City Bombing, which was carried out by three individuals, but Timothy McVeigh seemed to get the biggest notoriety for the crime and also labeling him as one of the most well known mass murders around the world. In this paper it is proven that an individual 's situations will cause them to act out in a time in their life which include criminal acts doing what even seemed…

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    Domestic Terrorist

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    fifteen, the Federal Bureau of Investigations began to keep close tabs on Sadequee. At the age of nineteen while Sadequee was in Bangladesh celebrating his marriage, the FBI kidnapped Sadequee bringing him back to the USA on the charge of providing information to terrorist groups. At the age of twenty-three, Sadequee was sentenced to seventeen years in prison and thirty years of probation where he would not be able to have a telephone, a computer nor a smart television. Although there are a…

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    In 1995, the cost of a gallon of gas was $1.09, a dozen eggs were 87 cents, a loaf of bread was $1.15 and the average cost of a new car was $15,500 (The People History). Timothy McVeigh caused an upset that would be known as the biggest terrorist attack at the time. The O.J. Simpson trial will be one of the most famous verdicts in history. Windows 95 and EBay were invented and became popular quickly. 1995 was a year of homegrown terrorism, the shock of the century and computer advances that…

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