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    Religion is very controversial subject to talk about, let alone to argue about. Richard Dawkins, author of Viruses of the Mind, does that exact thing he takes religion and in terms dissects it. While most people will be terribly offended by what Dawkins has written about, he is essentially laying out the facts about religion. Many “extremists” of a religion would say that Dawkins has malicious intentions since he is going against what their beliefs are. Religion has been a part of the human way for thousands of years. Humans have taken this concept of god creating everything and his ability to manipulate anything in the universe. While this concept may seem valid to people the reality is that none of the theories presented by a religion can not be proven or disproven. Therefore, enforcing that religion can never be said to be false, which is essential for the survival of religion. Religion itself is a mind virus. It fits all the symptoms of a virus. Its not only a successful virus but the…

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    Zombie Virus

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    zombie outbreak happening is impossible. Zombies are nothing more than pier fiction in comic books, TV shows and video games. That a zombie is just a character thought up with our minds and is used to create fear and entertainment for ourselves. But is there a possibility of zombie virus, which already exists in the world. Ker Than, for National Geographic News discuses in his article “Zombie Virus" Possible via Rabies-Flu Hybrid?” discusses how the rabies virus is very similar to what we would…

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    that PC has the same system then they all are powerless on the off chance that one PC has infections on the grounds that infections are frequently shared by sharing documents. Additionally, that if a noxious bit of programming discovered its way in, it is remotely conceivable that it could traverse the system. 3. What would I be able to do to ensure my system? Most framework accompany some kind of security suite or antivirus programming. Utilizing this product can secure your framework and…

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    High fevers, rashes, miserable coughs, and possibility of blindness or even death.Since the measle/ mumps/ rubella vaccine was invented these viruses have become a thing of the past as no one can list the risks and symptoms. However this preventative measure has been used less and less within Ashland, Oregon, which can also cause outbreaks to occur. A cluster of Ashland parents have chosen not to immunize their children, creating a dangerous community brewing with viruses ready to erupt.…

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    Apple Vs Microsoft

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    opinion and what you're in need for. Apple products are very reliable with rarely any errors and crashes. Like other computers, there are viruses for MacOS but usually, Apple always does their best to immediately patch any security flaws and send an update fixing the issue right away. Another reason why there aren't many viruses for the Mac besides the fact that Apple fixes the issues is that the majority of users are running windows as their daily computer operating system. Hackers have more…

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    Many people sometimes forget that many of the diseases for which we now have can be caused by not being vaccinated. Like a whooping cough, and also measles which can be deadly. It’s very important to be vaccinated because it keeps you healthy, vaccines can prevent diseases that haven’t been gone away, and the last reason is it’s your responsibility to protect your family. In the past few years, as the rate of many disease has fallen from the result of vaccination progress. Many years ago…

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    The Evolution Of Facebook

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    Right now Facebook has created a whole new world for its users because it gives them an unlimited opportunity to connect with other people in a fast pace. This is similar to Albert- Laszlo Barabasi’s second chapter of Linked when, “The random network theory of Erdos and Renyi has dominated scientific thinking about networks since its introduction in 1959. It created several paradigms that are consciously or imprinted on the minds of everyone who deals with networks” (Barabasi 23). This is also…

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    Mac’s. Each individual may have a different perspective on why one should own a Mac over a PC and that perspective varies depending on personal interest. Though it may interest consumers differently, the fact that Mac’s are much better computers overall is evident in many ways. Mac’s not only have a reputation for being the most secure computers in existence with their capability of not acquiring viruses and malware, but are also known for being a painless, smooth operating machine. PC’s…

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    Scher’s, other studies have shown us that the microbes in our gut affect far more than our digestion and in fact, effect the health of our brain, heart, weight, skin, and mood, to name only a few more things. Those microbes outnumber our cells by 10-1, which should give you a quick awareness at the vastness of this important system. But beyond this daunting number of organisms are the viruses that live in your gut. That’s right, you also have viruses that outnumber the bacteria by 10-1 as well.…

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    “Good science fiction is intelligent. It asks big questions that are on people's minds. It's not impossible. It has some sort of root in the abstract,” said actor Nicolas Cage. This quote means that good science fiction asks questions and makes the mind wonder if the story is real or not. Science Fiction is about future advancements in science and technology and how it effects a character or society. Unbreakable by M. Night Shyamalan, The Hot Zone by Richard Preston, and World War Z by Max…

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