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    The world is extremely unequal, not because of race, but because of geography. Few of the main ingredients of inequality are agriculture which affects the kind of animals and specialists a civilization has, domesticated animals that can extremely benefit a nation, germs which can kill off an entire population, and steel which is the strongest man made metal. Without certain geography, civilizations would not be able to benefit from those aspects. These factors or lack thereof can lead to one…

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    Brogan O’Connor Fuerholzer 6th Abraham Lincoln once said that “you cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today. The global population kept growing since last few decades, which cause a series problems. China is first identified when talking about the overpopulation problem. Just like honest Abe stated, China has to take action to control their growing numbers. Yet for them, the future holds a continuation of destruction and demise that overpopulation has already wrought…

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    more explosives and nitrogen warfare which was created long ago but is still being used today (Offit, 77-78). The Haber-Bosch process using nitrogen fixing has allowed the world’s population to grow by allowing farmers to grow more food on the same amount of land as before (EdPuzzle). Through this process the population has been able to keep soaring higher and higher without having to worry about…

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    had a negative impact on Earth. As the human population continues to grow, several aspects of Earth have changed. Due to an excessive amount of greenhouse gasses, the earth’s temperature has increased (Rosenblatt, 174). Deforestation has taken place as well as the eradication of various species (Rosenblatt, 174-175). Although humans have drastically impacted the Earth, there are ways that can prevent some future harm to earth such as managing the population. From a physician’s point of view,…

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    had extreme impacts on the future use of travel networks of the world, as well as future global interactions and popular culture. The greatest causes of cross-cultural interaction from 1000 to 1500 CE were religious and diplomatic pursuits, the emergence of growing commercial centers, and nomadic invasions. The impacts of the interactions included events with the environment including the Bubonic plague, which caused a lesser population, the moving of humans in search of opportunity, and the…

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    research done on it, so we can’t move much further with it yet. In Brave New World, there is plenty of knowledge on it, but the knowledge is just used in the wrong way. The public nowadays isn’t at all ready for technology of such a high controversy, without even mentioning that “these technologies pose special challenges. They are very new”(Hayes, Richard). All of the facts needed to convince the people of today’s world to genetically engineer their own child aren’t quite here yet, and that in…

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    Solving World Hunger

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    Committee on World Food Security Meets on Hunger Challenges states that, in the world today, eight hundred and forty two million people go hungry every day. World hunger is worst in Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Latin America (“Know Your World: Facts About World Hunger & Poverty”). In the United States forty to fifty percent of our food gets wasted every year, but we still have forty eight point one million Americans who do not know where there next meal is coming from (“Solving World Hunger…

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    would help the human race. Scientists should not pursue the Electronic Heart Glove because it would cause over population, decrease in food supply, and an up rise in financial problems. There are countless reasons as to why they should not pursue the Electronic Heart Glove, but there are three reasons that stand out from the rest. One reason is because it would cause global over population. The people of Earth have been struggling with overpopulation since the beginning of globalization. For…

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    Greater than 60% disparities in quality care remained dormant or decreased for African and Americans, Asians, and poor populations (Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality [AHRQ], 2008). Healthcare disparities for 60% of Hispanics remained stagnant or worsened (AHRQ, 2008). Armada and Hubbard reported that the American Hospital Association (AHA) constituted a Distinctive…

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    2. Introduction Nitrogen fertilizer can aid increase crop production and provide more food for the growing population. Since earlier ages, people has shown preoccupation about soil fertility and soil exhaustion (Strawn, Bohn, & O'Connor, 2015). Some management practices such as manure application or crop rotation were known by Chinese 3000 years ago (Strawn, Bohn, & O'Connor, 2015). However, it was just in the last-century that the crop yield increased dramatically. Improvements of hybrids, soil…

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