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CNTs Toxicity in Real Time - ... Also, Most of these assays require intensive sample preparation and the use of markers that interfere in the cellular processes. These limitations hinder our understanding of the cellular behavior associated with CNTs. In this research, we are introducing a novel technique to study and assess the cellular behavior post exposure to CNTs with different physical and chemical properties. Our approach relies on using the insulating nature of the cellular plasma membrane to monitor and analyze the cellular behavior of human lung epithelial cells in real time....   [tags: carbon nanotubes, stronger than steel] 842 words
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Real Time Decision Making and Networking - Project Objectives The biggest challenge we are facing across the globe is the ‘real-time decision’ making challenge. Mostly the decisions are made manually which means they cannot keep up with the changing needs of business environment. We need a real time decision making capability that can help streamline our business process which will not only help us achieve the profitable growth but will increase network efficiency thereby reducing congestion in the network. With the explosion of data in the form of usage data, network performance data, devise information, location- based information we need the end-to-end view of the data and the ability to discover unique insights which will help u...   [tags: Data, Analytics, Project] 1292 words
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Review of Economics in Real Time - Book Review of Economics in Real Time: A Theoretical Reconstruction In a Walrasian auctioneer market, the auctioneer calls out the demand and supply prices. An agreement is reached between a single buyer and seller. The two parties come together to make an exchange in instantaneous time. The transfer of services/goods is full and fair. After the exchange has taken place, there is no further attachment between the seller and buyer. These are familiar concepts to students of economics. Of course, familiarity is not the same as believability....   [tags: Book Review Economy Economics]
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Problem in Active Real-Time Database Application - Problem in Active Real-Time Database application The active database and real-time databases have increased in recent time. The real-time databases system is an important part of the technologies now a days for supporting the real-time computing (RTC), applications such as automatic tracking and object positioning application. Computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) process to control air-traffic. Multimedia server for real-time streaming-commerce-business and credit card transactions. In real-time database application the data changes very rapid and is dynamic....   [tags: CIM, query processing, performance] 1005 words
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Overload Management Issues Within Real-Time Databases - Testing The reason for the selection of this topic is because it falls under the computer science category. We have been studying databases for four years and so the this topic area will be of great use when venturing into the cooperate world. Knowledge gained will assist in tackling real life situations when it comes to real-time database transactions. Diagnosing problems related to the topic area will prove slightly easier. Real-time databases are being utilized within the manufacturing for the benefits associated with the these databases compared to conversional ones....   [tags: manufacturing, transactions, resource]
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Relative and Absolute Quantitative Real-Time PCR - Relative and Absolute quantitative Real-Time PCR (qRT-PCR) Introduction Quantitative Real-Time in PCR (qRT-PCR) The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a revolutionized technology used in molecular biology for detection and amplification of DNA generating thousands to millions of copies of a particular DNA sequence. Quantitative real-time reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction PCR (RT-QPCR) is regarded as the golden standard technique in molecular biology and has been seen as a bench-marking analytic for DNA and mRNA detection, this technique is also used in a wide variety of bio-analytical science areas (Burns et al, 2005)....   [tags: molecular biology, DNA]
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Real Time Article - The term's misuse creates misunderstanding both inside organizations and out in the market. Real time is expensive. Creating and managing technology applications that operate in real time require a lot of infrastructure, people, and processing power. These are unnecessary if you don't mind if an action occurs "just in time" or "some time later on." A few examples: · Real-time analytics and reporting. Does it matter. Depends on the use. For people only concerned with strategy insights, such as paths different visitors types take, or those focused on use of different navigation tools, real time is meaningless....   [tags: essays research papers] 528 words
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Utrasound and Spatial Compunding - ... 2012). Figure 1A (Lin et al. 2002) shows the reduction in image contrast, which results in a grainy appearance, and furthermore limits lesion conspicuity for regions of low contrast. The appearance of speckle is particularly obvious with on homogenous regions (Lin et al. 2012). A method to minimise this, is through spatial compounding whereby information is collected from several coplanar frames at different angles, hence artifact patterns from each frame is also collected (Lin et al. 2002)....   [tags: real time imaging, transmission] 916 words
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Time-Predictable Network for Real-Time Data-Centric Computing - 1. Introduction: With the advance of computer and communication technologies, the data centers support the characteristics of large scalability and high-performance data-intensive supercomputing capability. Also, the next generation data centers need to manage and process exponentially growing data volumes, often arriving in time-sensitive streams from arrays of sensors and instruments or as the outputs from simulations [1]. Therefore, these time-sensitive streams demand the real-time response from the data centers, which becomes an important challenge to the next generation data center network....   [tags: Computer Science]
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Empathic, Virtual, Real-Time Methodologies - Empathic, Virtual, Real-Time Methodologies Symbiotic technology and thin clients have garnered improbable interest from both analysts and cyberinformaticians in the last several years. After years of typical research into superblocks, we disprove the synthesis of the UNIVAC computer, which embodies the intuitive principles of cryptography [18,16]. In order to overcome this grand challenge, we use empathic methodologies to disprove that e-business and linked lists can interfere to realize this goal....   [tags: essays research papers] 2288 words
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A Real-time Scintillation Crystal Identification Method and Its FPGA Implementation - A popular method for gamma ray detection utilizes scintillation detectors which consist of crystals optically coupled to a photomultiplier tubes (PMTs). Scintillators are widely used in the medical radiation fields such as CT scanners, gamma cameras and positron emission tomography (PET) scanners ‎[1]-‎[5]. The scintillation crystal responds to the absorption of gamma ray by the emission of a light pulse. This light pulse is characterized by the special properties of the crystal such as the decay time constant....   [tags: gamma ray, energy, domain]
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Real-time Overlay of Map Features onto a Video Feed - Cognitics, Inc. proposes a novel software system that combines a geospatial database and a 3D-simulated environment with technology developed by Lockheed Martin for targeting systems. The new software system will be able to precisely identify the camera position and orientation for each frame of video, and use that information to accurately overlay the video frames with a wide variety of geospatial and map features. This technology can dramatically increase the situational awareness of UAV pilots by displaying and/or highlighting the location of targets, troops, landmarks, or any other item that has a geographic location component....   [tags: Project Proposal] 884 words
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AVG Antivirus: An Antivirus Program that Provides Users with Real Time Protection - Antivirus programs can have many differences between applications or they can be very similar. There are programs that can be paid for or programs that can be acquired for free. Because having an antivirus program installed to protect the computer and its user is essential for optimal performance and online safety, a program must be evaluated to make sure it fits the requirements for each user’s need and that the computer meets the software’s requirements for installation. One such antivirus program that provides users with real time protection against viruses and protects the user’s sensitive personal files and information is AVG Antivirus....   [tags: Computers, Technology, descriptive, informative]
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Selective Encryption Algorithm for Highly Confidential Real Time Video Applications - ... Motion vector encryptions are proposed by several authors [4-9]. However, analysis shown in this paper said that 45-50% of motion vectors for each frame are not encrypted. Thus, a better encryption method is proposed at here in expense with compression bandwidth. Overall, we should create the balance between security and the increase in compression bandwidth. Four selective encryption methods are discussed here. A First method named ‘NZs in CAVLC’ encrypts level_suffix values with sign bits of up to three lowest frequency non-zero DCT coefficients in CAVLC encoding for all macroblocks....   [tags: communication systems security]
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Selective Encryption Algorithm for Highly Confidential Real Time Video Applications - ... Hence, the encryption of intra-prediction mode also has the threat of brute-force attack. So, the values of level_suffix with sign bits are encrypted with higher length of bitstream (6 bits for luma and 4 bits for chroma), to reduce the threat of brute-force attack. However, this affects the compression bandwidth. We have also analyzed that without making motion vectors encryption, we can’t get temporal redundancy. Motion vector encryptions are proposed by many authors [4-9]. However, analysis shown in this paper said that 45-50% of motion vectors for each frame are not encrypted....   [tags: selective encryption, security]
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Real Time Decision Making and Networking Part II - Project Constraints: Internal constraints:- Constraints Impacts 1. Installation constraint: The initial analysis and configuration might consume time and hence the time allocated to this initiation phase would be 6 working months for all the big data centers deployed across 14 states. This includes installation of hardware and software and corresponding verification, testing, monitoring and assessment of use cases from Idea to filter out irrelevant data and set the stage for actual deployment. This impacts the time to deployment and eventually launch of the project....   [tags: Restraints, Analytics, Project] 1163 words
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Cloud Computing's Impact on Accounting and the World - Technology is definitely the driving force in our world today. All it takes is one look around a room to see someone either on a tablet or smartphone, but how does technology impact business and what trends are there in the information technology field. Currently, cloud computing is one of the most talked about trends in the IT field and for good reason. The cloud gives unprecedented amount of the way a business is run from accounting systems all the way to process control. What is even greater is the impact it has on the global economy....   [tags: financial reports with real time numbers]
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DataStorm Project: Developing Integrated Real-Time Monitoring Framework for Cloud-Based Systems - DataStorm project is developed by University of Stavanger (UiS) and Stanford University (SU) and is based on previous BioSTORM project. It aims at developing integrated real-time monitoring framework for cloud-based systems. BioSTORM (Biological Spatio-Temporal Outbreak Reasoning Module) project created ontology-driven framework for developing JADE agent systems. Project demonstrated that rich modeling environment that allowed for declarative model definition and its validation was a success in disease outbreak detection modeling....   [tags: Research Proposal] 667 words
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An Innovative Real-time Distance Estimation Method for Distance-only navigation of a Mobile Robot - Abstract— Autonomous mobile robots have been employed in wide applications in human life such as industry, disasters, military, and security. Meanwhile, robot secure navigation and guidance toward targets became an attractive subject for researchers. In most recent navigation methods, both the line-of-sight angle and the relative distance between the robot and target are assumed to be available. On the other hand, some navigation algorithms are based on distance information. For example, Equiangular Navigation and Guidance (ENG) law is a range-only navigation law....   [tags: Research Analysis ]
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The Real Heroine in the book, In the Time of Butterflies by Julia Alvarez - ... I'll let you toss for the privilege. You win, you get your wish. I win, I get mine" (115) Minerva not only stands up to Trujillo by telling him she wants to be a lawyer, but she takes a huge risk just to get what she wants and deserves. Minerva meets a young man named Lio who her parents disapprove of and he is also running from the government, why would Minerva take the risk of being with Lio when she has to go against the government and the people she loves. Minerva has started to act very sneaky around the house and she is starting to fall in love with Lio....   [tags: revolution, love Minerva] 637 words
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Generating Real-Time Visual Meaning for Live Indian Drumming - Generating Real-Time Visual Meaning for Live Indian Drumming Abstract: In this essay, a system developed to generate visual meaning for live performed music is described. Specifically, this system is calibrated to respond to North Indian classical and folk drumming tradition, using custom designed digital musical interfaces, such as the Electronic Tabla and Electronic Dholak. A drum, when struck, does not generate its sound as a record of the force applied, but as an artifact of a physical response to that strike within the artistically controlled conditions of its material state....   [tags: Music Rhythm Drums Musical Essays]
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The Influence of Real-Time Technology on E-Voting Technology - Abstract Many cyberneticists would agree that, had it not been for web browsers, the deployment of link-level acknowledgements might never have occurred. Given the current status of homogeneous models, theorists famously desire the evaluation of online algorithms, which embodies the confirmed principles of separated programming languages. We present a solution for the refinement of Markov models, which we call Drabber. Table of Contents 1) Introduction 2) Drabber Study 3) Implementation 4) Evaluation * 4.1) Hardware and Software Configuration * 4.2) Experimental Results 5) Related Work 6) Conclusion 1 Introduction The emulation of symmetric encryption is a key quagmire....   [tags: essays research papers] 2324 words
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Kinetics of Parasitic Load in Different Tissues of Murine Toxoplasmosis after Immunization by Excretory Secretory Antigens Using Real Time Q-PCR - Among different antigens, it has been demonstrated that T. gondii tachyzoites ESAs are highly immunogen and in different studies depending on a mouse model, used adjuvant, method of antigen administration, intraperitoneal dose of injected antigen, and method of antigen preparation, different and sometimes conflicting results have been reported [6, 12, 14]. ESAs are released by three secretory organelles including micronemes (MIC), rhoptries (ROP), and dense granules (GRA). Host cell invasion is mediated by the sequential secretion of the content of all three organelles [20]....   [tags: medical research] 1073 words
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Real Dynamical Systems - A time lag between a change of an input and the corresponding change of the output that real dynamical systems often show has a whole range of causes. For needs of mathematical modelling, it is aggregated into a total phenomenon called time delay or dead time [3]. In process control, one often encounters systems that can be described by transfer functions with time delays [1]. If a dynamical system with time delay is modelled as a time invariant linear system, its transfer function (rational function) becomes due to time delay a transcendental function [3]....   [tags: Time Lag, Input, Corresponding Change]
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Commercial Real Estate - Commercial real estate is any property other than a single family home or a residential lot in a neighborhood. The commercial real estate market is handled very similarly industrial and residential real estate markets. The commercial real estate market goes through ups and downs just like any other investment market however investments into commercial real estate can be a very wise decision. Commercial real estate is similar to industrial and residential real estate in that when you buy it you are buying a building or land....   [tags: Real Estate]
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How to Receive Maximum Return on a Distressed Real Estate Purchase - Nowadays, economic predictions in any sector of the economy are difficult to make under conditions of the globalized economy when a political conflict or environmental disaster may trigger new waves of economic crises and slow down the general development of a country. While some sectors of the economy might be less influenced by crises or are easier to be revitalized, the real estate sector is the one that needs long-term stability and clear predictability in the field. Although the current recession is not a one-day issue, the real estate sector has benefits for investing in both short- and long-term perspectives....   [tags: Real Estate ]
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IT In Real Estate - IT In Real Estate ABSTRACT Real estate is a very vast field it is growing day by day and it's not easy for buyer, seller or renter to get the information they require. There are many agents and agencies to whom people have to contact or visit to get the information which waste a lot of time and tiring and sometimes they are also not reliable ,so for easing this problem IT is playing it part by making real estate websites so that its easy for the buyer to find their desired property by searching all the properties available in different areas ,in the same way seller add their property and get it sold easily and people who are searching for property to rent can also find all the property ava...   [tags: Information Technology Real Estate] 944 words
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My Self Improvement Project: Time Management - I write this clear and concise reflection to identify and evaluate an academic problem that I feel is negatively impacting my studies which is time management; otherwise, I find lot of difficulty to manage my time. This problem influences my academic and personal life because I cannot manage my time correctly in order to be successful. Firstly I am not organized and I don’t have any plan to set and apply. This shows clearly the difficulty of my critical situation. I became to feel anxious and nervous all the time and also it affects on my grade....   [tags: time management,] 1497 words
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Distressed Real Estate and Foreclosure - Foreclosure.com Scholarship Program In existence is $150,000, specifically set aside for the purchase of distressed real estate. This essay will outline a detailed strategy ensuring a maximum return in regard to the financial investment made on the home. Including a description of distressed real estate and foreclosure in addition to how utility can play a role in the decision-making process. Distressed Real Estate and Foreclosure Distressed Purchase Collateral for the defaulted loan. Distressed real estate involves making a distressed purchase....   [tags: Real Estate ]
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Analyzing McTaggart's Theory of Time - John McTaggart in his essay “Time” presents a radical argument that claims time is unreal. While the argument is interesting and has attracted much attention for his arguments, I remain unconvinced of the argument he makes. This paper will lay out McTaggart’s argument that time in unreal, critically analyze why I believe McTaggart’s argument fails and present an alternative idea about time, utilizing aspects of McTaggart’s argument. Here is an explanation of McTaggart’s view. McTaggart wants ultimately to prove that time does not exist....   [tags: A-series existence, B-series, Static time] 1096 words
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A Career as a Real Estate Agent - The most formidable aspect in real estate has to be maintaining one’s career. Although there are many agents in this career field, the competitive environment portrayed daily makes this career one that may prove to be unsuitable for the meek. Negotiations, persuasion, debate and often a frequent contest for supremacy in the agency are recurring tasks when trying to sell property to clients. One could think of this as similar to the board game “Monopoly”, in reverse. Rather than trying to own all the property around, these “players” attempt to sell as much land as they possibly can....   [tags: Real Estate Career Essays]
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H.G Wells' The Time Machine - Influence Thomas Huxley, a famous biologist and H.G. Wells' teacher, once said that "We live in a world which is full of misery and ignorance, and the plain duty of each and all of us is to try to make the little corner he can influence somewhat less miserable and somewhat less ignorant than it was before he entered it" (Zaadz). In other words, we all have the duty to leave the world a better place by leaving our influence on others. At some point of our lives, we've all had someone or something close to us that has left their influence on us and H....   [tags: H.G.Wells Time Machine Analysis] 1599 words
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The time machine - On pages 57-58 Wells elaborates on his ideas of the situation between the Morlocks and Eloi further than in earlier parts of the book. He explains the struggle between the Morlocks and the Eloi including altered ideas about the hierarchy of the civilization - how the human race evolved into two different species. The Time Traveller comes the conclusion that the Morlocks are similar to the working class and the Eloi the upper-class of his time. This started when the Morlocks were pushed underground for so long that they evolved to find “the daylit surface intolerable” providing much evidence that they are definitely the most downtrodden species of the two....   [tags: time travel] 634 words
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A Plan to Invest in Real Estate Despite the Recession - The Great Recession has shuffled the deck of playing cards. Seasoned investors and first-time home buyers alike have been hit – and hit hard. The challenging and volatile real estate market has created a flood of distressed asset sales all across the nation. However, the flipside to the coin of disaster and distress is almost always opportunity. Now that I have acquired $150,000 in cash to purchase distressed real estate, my detailed strategy below outlines exactly how I will personally benefit, and perhaps more importantly, how the community I invest in will benefit....   [tags: Real Estate, Economics]
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The Way Real Property Can Be Used - Real Estate is a tangible asset. You can see and touch it. Unlike shares, if your investment is performing badly you can do something about it, by upgrading the property or perhaps get a better tenant. Requires Maintenance Fixed property is tangible, therefore, it requires maintenance. The property needs to be painted, lawn needs to cut or sometimes some emergency repairs are needed such as an electrical faults or plumbing repairs. Heterogeneity Fixed property is heterogenic in that no two properties are the same....   [tags: real estate, fixed property, property value]
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The Theme of Humanity in the Time Machine - The Theme of Humanity in the Time Machine H.G Wells was born in Bromley Kent on the 21st September 1866. He had attended school called Midhurst Grammar in 1883, soon after he had gone to the normal school of science in London. There he had learned biology, which could lead to why he had written science fiction novels. He had left the school without the qualifications to become a writer. He began his career as a writer in 1893 and then continued to create stories, such as the Time Machine. H.G Wells had studied the fourth dimension as he felt very strongly about this issue....   [tags: H.G. Wells Time Machine Literature Essays] 1922 words
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In The Time of Butterflies, by Julia Alvarez - The Dominican Republic in the twentieth century can be summarized as brutal. The novel In The Time of Butterflies, written by Julia Alvarez was set during the time period 1938 to 1994. During part of that time dictator Rafael Trujillo ruled the island. Although this book is considered historical fiction, it tells the story of four Mirabal sisters: Dede, Patria, Minerva, and Maria Teresa. They called themselves “Las Mariposas”. The four Mirabal sisters exist in real life. In the book as well as in real life, the sisters are seen as a symbol of courage and strength to the people in the Dominican Republic....   [tags: In The Time of Butterflies Essays]
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The Black Counter-Culture in We Real Cool by Gwendolyn Brooks - The Black Counter-Culture in "We Real Cool" by Gwendolyn Brooks After reading the poem "We Real Cool," by Gwendolyn Brooks, most people think that Brooks is making an ironic statement. Most will read the poem and think that Brooks is being sarcastic by using simple language and in the end asserting that the seven pool players will die soon, or more broadly that all who speak in this manner will die soon. No doubt some people will see Brooks' statement "We/Left school" as the beginning of her disapproval of a lack of an education, and that the lines of the poem represent the thoughts or statements of the pool players....   [tags: Gwendolyn Brooks We Real Cool Essays] 2020 words
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Sciene Fiction: Time Travel - The possibility of time travel has been explored extensively in the science fiction genre of literature, movies, and television shows. Time travel has an assortment of theories, with views on the definition of time travel, the metaphysics of time, causation, and arguments against the possibility of time travel with responses to counter them. Definition of Time Travel Time travel does not have one standard definition. A popular definition of time travel is by David Lewis, where the time elapsed for the time traveller to get to a destination is different from the time between the departure and arrival time....   [tags: future, past, time machine, curve, space-time]
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The Search for Time in Yoknapatawpha County - Setting is an important aspect of any story, movie, poem and novel. Setting enhances many aspects of a story by adding time, location and mood into the works. Imagine how different Harry Potter would be if it took place in South Africa, instead of the magical kingdom of Hogwarts. Setting also enhances the tone of the narrator by adding effects, such as, weather changes, time of day, time of the year and the time period of the story. Furthermore, in the short story “A Rose for Emily” by William Faulkner, the setting is a source of conflict....   [tags: setting, conflict, tradition, time, place] 1918 words
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Wormhole Is Best Bet for Time Machine - Time travel, is it possible. For now no, but wormholes could make it a reality. Wormholes are a much unknown part of the universe they have been theorized to be used for time travel based on Einstein’s theory of relativity, which states that any mass curves space time. If they are found to be used for time travel they could cut down the amount of time needed to get to another universe and would create great leaps in science. Furthermore, wormholes are the key to more advanced space travel and maybe even time travel....   [tags: Wormhole, Time Travel]
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Real Estate Industry In The Rental Market - Real Estate Industry in the Rental Market Abstract “Real estate is land, all of the natural parts of land such as trees and water, and all permanently attached improvements such as fences and buildings. People use real estate for a wide variety of purposes, including retailing, offices, manufacturing, housing, ranching, farming, recreation, worship, and entertainment.” (Answers.com) In order to more specifically focus on a specific area of real estate this discussion will deal with the housing industry of real estate....   [tags: Real Estate Renting Housing] 1264 words
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First Time Homebuyer - First Time Homebuyer      The first thing to do when you're going to buy your first home is to go right ahead and be pre qualified for a loan. In order to do this you need to sit down with your lender and learn about the different types of loans. Together you and your lender can come up with the best loan for you. The main three are FHA, VA, and Conventional loans. FHA loans limit you to an $118,750.00 buying power. But, the bank is more lenient on slow credit and you can use 100% gift funds....   [tags: Buying House First Time Directions Essays] 1297 words
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A Hero of Our Time by Mikhail Lermontov - In his novel A Hero of Our Time translated by Vladimir Nabokov, Mikhail Lermontov creates a character named, Pechorin based on his opinions to 19th century Russian society. Pechorin is cruel, selfish, and careless to the people but ironically, Pechorin’s refusal to marry either Princess Marry or Vera, reveals him to be as an honorable man. Although, Pechorin describes his life as full of boredom and his opinion to love is different, Lermontov again explains he should be represented as a respectful man....   [tags: Hero of Our Time, Vladimir Nabokov] 993 words
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Death and We Real Cool - Death and We Real Cool "The sluggard’s craving will be the death of him, because his hands refuse to work" (Proverbs 21:25). The Bible makes a very clear statement in this passage as to how being lazy can be the cause of one’s death. "We Real Cool" is about seven African-American high school dropouts who want everybody else to think that they are cool. These teenagers explain how they stay out late playing pool, fighting, sinning and drinking. Though they think they have everybody else fooled, they know themselves that the destructive behavior they are taking part in will lead to their death....   [tags: We Real Cool Essays Gwendolyn Brooks Bible]
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Complicated Interaction with Morality: Money Corrupts, and Time Perfects? - ... Diener and Wallbom (1976) reported the self-aware group was more likely to cheat than the non-self-aware group. Even though the effects obtained in this study cannot implicate to the real situation because of the sample size limitations, it provides evidence for effects of mirror on self-reflection and stresses that self-awareness or self-reflection reduces the behavior of dishonesty (Diener & Wallbom, 1976). However, researches interested in the same topic but focused on different aspects had evidence to support their own findings....   [tags: wealth, moral identity, time] 907 words
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Who Is the Real Author of Shakespear? - The big question is who is the real author of Shakespeare. Most people say that’s obvious and say Shakespeare, but is that the real case. Well, in this case they are wrong. The real author of the Shakespeare is Edward de Vere. The evidence is in the education, mysterious behavior, information saying Shakespeare wasn’t the real author, Shakespeare being the undercover name, and the clues that Oxford is the real author. Most people just want to jump to the conclusion that Shakespeare couldn’t have written the plays....   [tags: author, education, behavior]
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The Real Stabilization Plan of Brazil - Brazil faced many struggles with its currency throughout the last half century, eventually changing its currency five times before reaching what most would argue was their best stabilization plan. The stabilization plan that Brazil concluded with and is currently practicing is known as the Real. Each of the five currencies mentioned lasted at most three years, however since the creation of the Real Plan, the Real has been used for over twenty years. Compared to each of its predecessors, the Real Plan can easily be considered the most successful strategy followed by the Brasilian government....   [tags: inflation, brasilian economy, currency]
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Evolution of MTV's The Real World - Fish in a Fish Bowl “This is the true story… of seven strangers… picked to live in a house… work together and have their lives taped… to find out what happens… when people stop being polite… and start getting real” (Robinson par. 8). The reality television program, The Real World, by MTV, had its first airing in 1992 and is one of the longest-running shows in MTV history. Initially, the program was designed as an outlet for young individuals to express common issues of adulthood ranging from prejudice, religion, AIDS, sex, and substance abuse, but eventually it evolved into a showcase for immature and reckless behaviors....   [tags: MTV, reckless behavior]
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Becoming a Real Estate Agent - Career Paper: Real Estate Agent Everyone will experience buying a house at one point or another. Why not have a real estate agent help you and guide you through the process. I chose this occupation because it interests me for many different reasons. Wouldn’t you like a job where your schedule revolved around your life. Or you could control the growth of your business. Or basically over time, be your own boss. These are a few of the many reasons the real estate industry has caught my eye....   [tags: career choices/opportunities]
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