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A Report On The Vehicle Car Project

- Many industry analysts say that consumers may see level four autonomous driving capable cars starting as early as 2020, with level five, fully autonomous vehicles arriving starting 2025 [2,4]. If that is the case, does that mean that by 2020, we will all be able to purchase a level five fully automated car. Unfortunately, this is likely not the case. Many analysts oppose these predictions and believe that truly functional and reliable driverless vehicles won’t appear until decades later [3]. The common misconception is that any car that can drive itself is considered fully autonomous, but that is simply not true....   [tags: Automobile, Driverless car, Vehicle, Walking]

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New Technology : New Age Chevrolet

- New Age Chevrolet I have a new 2014 Cruze made by Chevrolet. These cars replaced the Chevrolet cobalt. In 2010 I was in need for a new vehicle, I had a 1998 Chrysler Sebring with too many miles and too many repairs needed. I started to look at cars and my only expectation was to have great gas mileage and I stumbled upon the Cruze which seemed to obliterate the competition in its class. This car had the look of a mean clean running machine, and I wanted the best car to give me what I needed. I got the RS package too which is more of a sports engine....   [tags: Automobile, Walking, Internal combustion engine]

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Why Summer is my Favorite Season of the Year

- My favorite season of the year is summer because of the warm weather, the school vacation, and the endless fun. I really enjoy the warm weather because it’s the perfect atmosphere to do outdoor activities. My favorite part about summer has to be the fact that school is closed for two months. During summer, you’re free to do whatever you want, not worrying about curfew or waking up early for school. Summer time is a great time to relax with friends and family by soaking up the sun at a beach or simply having dinner together....   [tags: Favorite Season, Descriptive]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' After The Party '

- Julio Cortazar’s poem “After The Party” is a poem about what is happening to the narrator after a party, and what all he is feeling. It is the narrator thinking and appreciating all he sees and has. The form is a three stanza poem with three lines to start and gradually building until there are six lines to end, without any kind of rhyme. The poem begins with the narrator describing the setting. He starts off by saying that there is no one else left except himself and his significant other. He is describing the feelings that he has with this person, and how he looks at them....   [tags: Poetry, Stanza, Cigarette, Julio Cortázar]

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The Lessons Learned On Retail

- The Lessons I Learned in Retail Over the past five years I have been a full time student as well as a part time worker at two very distinct stores, one being a grocery store and the other a major retail department store. Through my experience at these places I have seen both the good side and the bad side of humanity. It is truly amazing what people will do just to save an extra dollar. Although it hasn’t always been the best, I have learned a lot about the way the world works and I have many lessons that will help me throughout my life....   [tags: Customer, Customer service, Walking, Trousers]

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Case Analysis : Client History

- Client History • Philander Owensby was convicted in Delaware County of Possession of a Controlled Substance, a Class C Felony in 2006. He was also convicted of Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance within 1000 feet, a Class C Felony in 2007 in Delaware County. Both convictions are being used to support the prosecutor’s case to seek habitual offender status. • In 1995 and again in 1998, he was charged with possession with intent to distribute. The 1995 charge was possession of cocaine with intent to distribute....   [tags: Automobile, Walking, Controlled Substances Act]

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Benefits And Benefits Of Privilege

- The benefits of privilege tend to be invisible, which is why it can be so difficult to acknowledge it or even realize you have it. Whither it is having a job handed to you, having a car or even not having an illness. Whatever the case may be everybody have some type of privileges. Firstly obtaining a job only by the people you know in an industry is a privilege. Other people was not able to use the same resources and left out of a chance because the spot was already given away. I obtained a job at a daycare only because my God mother is a teacher their and she buddy with the boss....   [tags: Bus, Automobile, High school, Walking]

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Sample Resume : Off Roading

- Introduction Off-roading there is a lot of thing that needs to be consider when going off-roading and the biggest is the checks on the vehicle and making sure the vehicle is well maintained that it is up to scratch and has no problems because don’t want to go on your trip and your vehicle is having trouble because you were too lazy to actually have the vehicle checked. There nothing wrong with spending money on some modification to improve the performance but you can simply get good performances by having the vehicle run good and having services on it regularly and making sure you have a fuel service every 100,000 kilometres and making sure your vehicle is running well so decent tires and t...   [tags: English-language films, Automobile, Walking]

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Wedding Speech : My Friend

- January 16, 2016 will remain a memorable night for me and five of my friends. It was the day that we celebrated my friend Blake’s 17th birthday. His girlfriend was out of town so he chose to spend the night with some of his friends. The party’s location was at my friend Tyler’s shop, and we were all looking forward to it. Tyler was going to handle the food, but I was in charge of the cake. Because I work at Dairy Queen, I was naturally assigned to bring dessert. Dairy Queen employees are given one free ice cream cake per year, so I chose to use my free one for the party....   [tags: Automobile, Walking, Garage, James Brolin]

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Doctor´s Regime Prescription for Cough Ridden Patient

- The Case: Maria Castro, a scholar, is suffering from a reoccurring and phlegmatic cough. The cough is present each morning upon waking and seems to dissipate by midday; however, any time the patient has to go outdoors the cough returns. The patient is about twenty years of age and has a melancholic complexion. She is prone to long bouts of studying alone, during which she gets little real exercise. While she attempts to sleep for the standard eight hours, it is more likely that she sleeps for six or seven....   [tags: Phlem, Illness]

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One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest

- Jeff Saccone 12/16 Per. 4 Cuckoo The value of experience plays a major role in the poem The Waking by, Roethke and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by, Kesey. Both portray a similar message, which seems to suggest that in life you must learn to live by gaining different experiences, which contribute to making you the person that you are. The quote “I learn by going where I go” from The Waking would be the same philosophy that Mc Murphy used in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest to teach the ward members how to live on their own and gain a sense of individuality....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Implications of Emotional and Mental Capabilities of Fish on Welfare

- Many of us have had a pet fish or two in our lifetimes; and most of us have eaten some type of fish in our lives. But for a long time it was believed that fish are not capable of emotions, such as fear or pain, and for this reason fish have been unethically exploited. Because of the belief that fish cannot feel pain or experience fear, not much concern is given to the welfare of fish or to the morality of how they are handled. This idea stems from the fact that fish lack the area in the brain, found in mammals, that is responsible for such emotions....   [tags: emotions, brain, biologists, ethics]

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What Happens in Your Brain while You Sleep?

- ... Also the house being on fire represents burning down something that caused me pain. (“DreamMoods,” 2014). Right before I started having the dream repeatedly I went through a traumatic experience. A friend of my dad’s snuck into my room and ran his fingers up and down my leg late into the night. My dad was outside and his friend had came inside to get something out of the fridge and use the restroom. After he was gone longer than my dad felt necessary my dad came inside, that is when my dad found him....   [tags: the mystery of dreams]

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Dreams And Its Effects On Our Lives

- Dreams are something everyone experiences whether it’s during our deep sleep at night, or dozing off during the day. Dreams can be scary to the point of waking us up in the middle of the night, or dreams can be so good it’s hard to wake up in the morning. What exactly is a dream. What exactly are we experiencing when we fall asleep. Dreams seem so normal, but are they really. Oranges start raining from the sky so I quickly run into my cookie house where my dog greets me with a cup of lemon juice; this seems like such a normal event while dreaming, but is it really all that normal....   [tags: Unconscious mind, Sigmund Freud, Dream, Psychology]

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The Theory Of The Transcendental Self

- As these states of consciousness are exclusive to but vary within each state they cannot be relied upon to be true. This view is upheld by the second of the three classic laws of thought developed by Plato, Socrates, Aristotle and others that contradictory statements cannot both be true in the same sense at the same time. In other words anything that changes cannot be true. Therefore knowledge derived from the waking, sleeping and deep and dreamless sleep states of consciousness is always incomplete and therefore cannot be the basis of a fulfilled life....   [tags: Mind, Consciousness, Philosophy of mind, Brain]

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Philosophy: Plato’s Theaetetus

- Plato’s Theaetetus is one of the most read and interpreted texts under the subject of philosophy. Within the dialect, many topics and questions are analyzed and brought to light. Leon Pearl is the author of Is Theaetetus Dreaming?, which discusses the positions taken on the topic of ‘dreaming’ and ‘being awake’, which is conferred about within the Theaetetus. Pearl critiques the question: “How can you determine whether at this moment we are sleeping and all our thoughts are a dream; or whether we are awake and talking to one another in the waking state” asked by Socrates within Plato’s Theaetetus (Pearl, p.108)....   [tags: pearl's section, dreaming, awake]

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The Scientific Mystery of Dreams

- Since the beginning of time, people have been trying to understand the different functions of the human body, how we move, talk, act, and for the most part many of these physiological behaviors have been explained on some level. However, one area of the human body that has had researchers and scientist confused for a long time is the mind. Many things go on inside the mind that don’t make sense and so far have no tangible explanation of why it occurs and how. One of the most fascinating and mysterious sections of psychology is that of dreaming....   [tags: dreams, psychology,]

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Dream Interpretation of Sigmund Freud

- Everyone in the world has had at least one dream in their lifetime. Most people don’t think much about the dreams they have, unless they are recurring. Most people today wake up from a dream or nightmare saying, “thank heaven that was a dream,” or “too bad that was just a dream.” Many times these dreams or nightmares have more meaning than we think. After a friend told me about some weird dreams he had been having I decided to research the meaning of dreams. I will focus on Sigmund Freud’s idea that understanding our dreams can help us to understand ourselves, and live a much happier and fulfilled life....   [tags: nightmare, private thoughts]

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Why I Don 't Know

- “It’s so cold where I am,” she confessed as she sulked into her own awareness. “Where are you?” he asked. Benjamin sat tensely along the edge of his bed. He had seen her many times before, but something about this time felt different. “I don’t know.” “Describe your surroundings to me. Maybe I can help you figure it out.” He knew the only way to see her clearly was to dig into his deepest emotions. This usually meant quite a bit of liquid courage. Then again, he needed all the courage he could get to spend a moment with her....   [tags: Debut albums, 2007 singles, 2007 albums]

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Utilitarianism And Common Sense Morality

- Does one’s happiness transcend to others and create happiness for society. The concept of Utilitarianism is that of which the average individual must endeavor to obtain maximum happiness by doing whatever means necessary to better the world as a whole. This goal is not only for people of the present but also the future. This goal can come with a lot of skepticism especially from that of common sense morality. These things conflict with one another because although Utilitarianism tries to bring the best out of everybody with happiness; it lacks the self interest for others when making decisions....   [tags: Morality, Religion, Ethics, Pregnancy]

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How I Changed My Life

- In life, we have choices; those choices we make can greatly impact the outcome of our days. For example, every morning we wake up we have the choice to think positively or negatively. What I have found is that these initial thoughts when I wake up can greatly impact the outcome and feel of your day. Going through high school, I would always wake up in the mornings with a glass-is-half-empty feel. Due to this thought process, I was never really happy; I walked around with a depressed feeling. I never really got to enjoy my days....   [tags: Thought, Mind, Human, Psychology]

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sleeping poll

- Many people have a hard time sleep sleeping, about two in five surveyed in this article are sleepy during the day that it causes them to nod off or interferes with work and activities during that day. Julia Sommerfeld, who wrote the article, "Poll paints portrait of a sleepy nation." Shows how if people got a little more sleep, it can stop a lot of little mistake that happen in everyday life. From getting impatient with the kids, overeating, and making mistakes at the work. These are all probably people have from not getting enough rest at night....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Democracy and Education Issues

- Mahatma Gandhi once said, "If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards him." The world we live in today is so full of negativity that our democracy and education are going down-hill fast. The reasons being are we don't take the time out to recognize the problems that escalade with our democracy and education before they get bigger, we as a whole don't care about our children’s education, and we are not properly discussing issues using public discourse but instead we are arguing, turning arguments into fights and fights into death....   [tags: democracy, education, change]

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The Dreamer and the Dream

- The Dreamer and the Dream Even after all these years of dreaming I am still dumbfounded by the intricacy and originality of the "props" that lie scattered across the dream stage. One of my dreams, for instance, featured a carefully crafted letter from a past love which included a map of the Pacific Coast near Seattle with a cardboard sailing ship that slowly sailed south by southwest as I lifted the page. It was so clever that I wondered out loud "how did she do that?" and turned over the page to discover a small slit made rigid with a careful application of black wax....   [tags: Personal Narrative Essays]

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How Alzheimer 's Really Have That Much Of An Impact On Your Daily Routine?

- Could Alzheimer’s really have that much of an impact on your daily routine. From working in the hospital for a short amount of time we learn how to pace ourselves with patient’s and form a routine of how to provide them with care. In the hospital or nursing facility, all medical professionals limit on their time and must work efficiently. In some cases we may provide one patient with more time than the rest. The simplest task may prove to be harder with an Alzheimer’s patient. Alzheimer’s impairs a person 's ability to perform everyday functions and makes everyday a constant battle, but when dealing with patient a walk seems as easy as can be, but in fact it was the farthest thing from it....   [tags: Health care, Health care provider, Walking]

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The Death Of The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Gordon

- A sunny day in Augusta, Georgia could turn upside down for Gordon from a mass murderer. Ten years ago in 1978 a murderer killed Gordon’s sister and her body was never recovered. Gordon had never really met his sister and his birthday was one day after that. He would have finally met his sister in person but time was cut short from the hands of an unknown killer. As the years have gone by Gordon has been fascinated with joining the CSI since his dad and brother are both crime scene investigators....   [tags: Old age, Middle age, Death, Walking]

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Bizarre Elements of Dreams

- Bizarre Elements of Dreams In this Experiment, eighty-eight subjects were asked to individually recall and transcribe dreams and daydreams over a one-week period. It was also requested that they note anything prominent that had happened to them over that week. Results worksheets were the filled out and data was handed in for analysis. The hypothesis was to test Hobson & McCartley's activation-synthesis hypothesis that dreams would have more bizarreness than other waking narratives, Our results, however, failed to support this, instead showing a higher significance of bizarreness when daydreaming, and supporting the findings of Reinsel, Antrobus & Wollman....   [tags: Papers]

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Making A Vehicle Work For The Blind

- Sometimes I wonder how it feels not to know what the world looks like, or how green the grass might be, or even getting the full experience of tasting the foods in the world that bring such comfort to one 's heart. But it is sad to say that this happens to be a blind person’s interpretation on life every day. But with the new technology coming out every day, the blind will no longer have to feel excluded from the world. Dr. Dennis Hong, the founder and director of RoMela, came up with the thought of,” What if a blind person could physically drive an everyday vehicle?” When I saw this TED talk it automatically touched my soul to the point that I knew I had to research more....   [tags: Automobile, English-language films, Truck, Walking]

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Summary Of ' The Great Gatsby '

- “I stood up for you when Rebecca was being mean to you... but when she was mean to me, you didn’t you stand up for me. Whys that?” Stella asks. Without a response, Eleanor slips out of her hands and lands on the floor with a thud. Knock Knock. “Hey Eleanor!..Penelope, I’m here to help unpack!” Vivian says cheerfully. Stella stepped over Eleanor’s body and grabbed the table lamp off the side table. She walked over to the light switch and turned all of the lights off then proceeded to unlock the door....   [tags: Debut albums, English-language films, Walking]

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The Symptoms of Narcolepsy

- The symptoms of narcolepsy involving diagnosis and treatment on patients Being able to stay awake is important. There are many tasks that a person will need to stay awake and be alert. For example, a surgeon will need to stay focused to not harm a patient during surgery. Being awake while driving is vital if one does not want to risk an injury or death. There are some people that may have trouble to stay awake. A sleep disorder that affects the function of sleep and ability to stay awake is called narcolepsy....   [tags: patients, treatment]

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What Is A Sleep Regression?

- What Is A Sleep Regression. Ahh, sleep regression. Those two words are enough to send intelligent, highly capable parents running for the hills (and the coffee).  By definition, a sleep regression  "generally describes a phase or season in which a baby who normally sleeps well suddenly starts waking more often at night, and refusing naps (or taking very short naps) – for no apparent reason at all."  In those cute little babies defense,  I have actually found that many of my children 's sleep regressions also tend to coincide with growth spurts and developmental leaps.  Even though it is good to know that your baby isn 't intentionally trying to torture you, knowing this only makes the sleep...   [tags: Sleep, Sleep disorder, Infant, Sleep deprivation]

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Applying Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass” by Lewis Carroll to the Mind

- ... The part of the brain that controls dreams is called the Pons. This region of brain near the base of the skull transports information to the thalamus, which controls the learning and thinking aspects of the brain. Sigmund Freud believed that dreams acted as a “safety valve” for desires. This could mean that Alice truly wanted a world of ridiculousness, but knew better, but just had to prove it to herself, subconsciously. Thus, it was like a safety net, because she never really did any of the nonsensical things, but still learned from it....   [tags: unconscious, dreams, society]

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Sleep Deprivation : What Causes The Sleeplessness And How Long It Lasts?

- Can’t Fall Asleep. You Could Have Insomnia The feeling of getting a good night’s sleep and waking up rejuvenated in the morning is a great feeling that is hard to beat. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to get the hours of sleep that the body needs usually needs, which as been shown to be at least 8 hours of sleep and sometimes even more depending on the person. According to the Saudi Arabian Encyclopedia of Health, studies have proven that one out of ten people suffer from sleep deprivation, which makes it an extremely common problem....   [tags: Sleep, Sleep disorder, Sleep deprivation]

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Theories of Sleep: The Role of Slow-Wave Sleep in Memory Consolidation

- Introduction Sleep is defined as a reversible, natural state of reduced responsiveness to external stimuli and relative inactivity, accompanied by a loss of consciousness1. This state of inactivity has been evolutionary conserved across species against many selection pressures. This suggests that sleep holds a vital function. Multiple studies have suggested that sleep enhances both declarative and procedural memory 2,3. Consequently, memory consolidation is one of the ostensible functions of sleep....   [tags: neuroimaging techniques, memory]

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John Locke And Rene Descartes ' Views On Personal Identity

- Many of the problems of philosophy are thousands of years old just like the argument of personal identity. In philosophy the problems that are often more important that one solution. They are ways of seeking an understanding. John Locke and René Descartes’ views of personal identity helps one increase the understanding of our self. John Locke’s answer to the problem is that there is a sameness in body overtime. His views can be found in his work “An Essay Concerning Human Understanding.” René Descartes’ views on personal identity can be found in his “Meditations on First Philosophy.” According to John Locke, the 17th century philosopher, identity means being one thing and not another....   [tags: Consciousness, Mind, René Descartes]

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Lucid Dreaming : The Subconscious Effect On Our Conscious Minds

- Lucid dreaming is a phenomenon that has plagued the world since the beginning of time. The idea of Lucidity in dreams has been shunned until the recently in the 21st century, but what is it. With the help of Gavin Lane and Matthew Gatton, we will delve into the mystery that is Lucid Dreaming: the subconscious effect on our conscious minds. Lucid Dreaming, by book definition is “a dream state in which one is conscious enough to recognize that one is in the dream state and which stays in one 's memory” (Lucid Dreaming)....   [tags: Dream, Dreaming, Rapid eye movement sleep, Sleep]

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Rise And Swim : A Speech On You Tube

- Rise and Swim (Welcome to the Grind) Rise and Swim is an inspirational speech on you tube. This is a very interesting and powerful speech. It is an athlete related speech but it not only encourages them but everyone. It claims that if you really want to achieve something, you have to strive for it because there would be lots of different voices in your head that may put you down, but listening to the one voice that says “You got this, you’re ready”, you know then you are on the right path. Everything and anything is possible if you put your heart and mind to it....   [tags: Motivation, Goal, Regulatory Focus Theory]

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The Effects Of Sleeping Disorders On College Students

- College students face many difficulties and stressors in college, both academically and non-academically. Some of these challenges include, but are not limited to can be financial issues, health issues and personal issues. The workload that students can receive from classes as well as the college environment may result in issues that are more health related, such as stress disorders, depression and anxiety. These in turn may lead to other issues such as sleeping problems or sleeping disorders. This may cause more problems down the road....   [tags: Sleep, Sleep disorder, Insomnia, Circadian rhythm]

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The History and Career of Avenged Sevenfold

- ... Hail to the King charted as #1 on the US Billboard 200, the UK albums chart, as well as the Finnish, Brazilian, Canadian, and Irish charts. To date, Avenged Sevenfold has released six studio albums, one live album/compilation/DVD, and eighteen singles and sold more than 8 million albums worldwide. History Formation and early recordings The band was formed in 1999 in Huntington Beach, California with original members M. Shadows, Zacky Vengeance, The Rev and Matt Wendt. M Shadows came up with the name as a reference to the story of Cain and Abel from The Bible, which can be found in Genesis 4:24, although they are not a religious band....   [tags: albums, rock, members]

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John Locke’s Theory of Personal Identity

- The question of personal identity is very intuitive, yet very difficult to define. Essentially, what makes you, you. John Locke was one philosopher who attempted to answer this question. He proposed a psychological theory to define personal identity. His theory does have some merit, but it is not a correct definition of personal identity, since there are some counter-examples that cannot be accounted for. My argument will prove that Locke’s theory of personal identity is false. Locke’s theory states that A is the same as B if and only if B remembers at T2 something done or experienced by A at T1....   [tags: Empiricists, Empiricism]

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The Fallacy of the American Dream

- “The essence of the American dream is the understanding that we are here on this earth and in this land for a higher purpose…Anything that stands in the way of the dream, we must fight. Anything that enhances the dream, we must support.” Steve Forbes could not have said it better. The American Dream is continuing to prosper and flourish since our founding fathers sat together in a room and created a document in which every man may follow. For years the idea of the American Dream has been sturdy, however, as America aged so did the idea of the American Dream....   [tags: Essays on the American Dream ]

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The Sphinx by Ralph Waldo Emerson

- What one believes and does it in the world, has to do with what has happened in the past. History effects what happens today and it never ends. Understanding what someone does can only occur by looking at their past. This very controversial poem, "The Sphinx" written by Ralph Waldo Emerson, displays the religious aspects of his life, but also the mystery and sorrow of his life. Throughout the poem, the reader sees that the all knowing Sphinx has seen history past, yet still struggles to understand....   [tags: poem, figurative language, symbolism]

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Importance of Sleep and Sleep Behavior

- Sleep is an important aspect of any humans life, we rebuild lost muscle ,repair damaged body parts and rework all the work we did during that days. As we age we require less sleep because we aren’t devolping as much as an earlier age. When infants we need 16 to 20 hours of sleep a day , then by the age of 3-5 it decrease to about 11-13 hours a sleep a day. During the age of adolescence it is a healthy choice to sleep 9 hours a night. Adults recommended about 8 hours of sleep. Although some people claim that even after a long binge sleep session they still feel sleepy and groggy....   [tags: body repair, energy replenishment, insomnia]

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Taking a Look at Sleep Apnea

- Sleeping is an important part of human lives. Without sleep mankind cannot operate at the proper functioning levels required by everyday life. Sleep apnea affects many Americans today, but many do not understand what it is, and how it poses problems to health. Whether it is obstructive or central, sleep apnea is a serious condition that can cause many problems and should be treated. Sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder where breathing stops several times, and starts again often waking the person with the condition....   [tags: sleeping disorders, importance of good sleep]

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The Sun Rising by John Donne

- “The Sun Rising” by John Donne is an aubade all about two lovers getting woken up by the sun when all they want to do is lay in bed all day. The entire poem is the speaker, presumably Donne himself, is talking to the sun and telling him to go away. This poem is broken into three stanzas with a rhyme scheme of ABBACDCDEE. Each of those stanzas represents what Donne is telling the sun to do, which is, to go away, I am stronger than you, and that he and his lover are the center of the world. Donne uses diction throughout all three stanzas to make his three points and to give the overall point of the poem, that love is not affected by time....   [tags: story and character analysis]

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The Time An Average High School

- The time an average high school starts in the United States is before eight in the morning. Even though many are for school starting later, school is still starting early. Research has showed that it affects students waking up early because teens need at least nine and a half hours of sleep. However, many say it is because it is better for the students to go to school early, so the rest of the day is theirs. So, is it better for students to have school early or later. American high schools have not always started before eight in the morning....   [tags: High school, Sleep, Sleep deprivation]

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A Study On Parent Infant Sleeping

- A very controversial topic in the world today is, parent-infant sleeping, otherwise known as, “co-sleeping.” Parents want to know if there’s any risks or is sleeping with their child actually beneficial. A longitudinal study was invented to test the effects of co-sleeping within the first year of an infant’s life. Researchers took a sample of, “139 families at one, three, six, nine, and twelve months of infant age in the central Pennsylvania area” (Teti, Shimizu, Cosby, & Kim, 2016). At each of the above ages, parents’ filled out questionnaires about their families....   [tags: Sleep, Sudden infant death syndrome]

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Are Protest Songs Politically Effective?

- In a dictionary the word ‘protest’ is explained as “an expression or declaration of objection, disapproval, or dissent, often in opposition to something a person is powerless to prevent or avoid” (, n.d.). As definitions have to be written in a formal style and to make sure they are often is used mitigation. In this case words (like ‘expression of disapproval’) also seem to imply that protest is a harmless action. In the reality though if talking about protest the most common associations would be about mass demonstrations, pickets, strikes or even blood and violence and no wonder as in most of the cases it really involves all of those things....   [tags: Political Science]

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I Interviewed My Husband Lucio

- I interviewed my husband Lucio. I really wanted to express the seriousness of his obstructive sleep apnea and the effects if he does not take care of himself properly. After getting a brief history from my husband and asked about his experience with his obstructive sleep apnea needing positive airway pressure. He is really stubborn and is not one to go to the doctor for himself; I had to threaten him about two years ago, I was going to sleep on the couch until he went to get a sleep study. This is how a lot of men end up going to the doctor, due to their significant other complaining about being woken up by their snoring through the night or because their husband was always tired and won 't...   [tags: Sleep, Sleep apnea, Polysomnography]

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Symptoms And Symptoms Of Insomnia

- Insomnia is defined as the inability to fall asleep or continue sleep without being interrupted. However, what exactly causes insomnia. This is what Henry Olders, assistant professor of psychiatry at McGill University conducts sleep research to find out. Some of his leading research suggests that certain behaviors can cause people to be defenseless against developing chronic insomnia. The National Sleep Foundation conducted a sleep study of a thousand adults. Thirty five percent of people experienced one of four symptoms every night; waking up feeling tired, trouble falling asleep, continuously waking during the night, and waking up early and having trouble falling back asleep....   [tags: Sleep, Sleep disorder, Sleep medicine]

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Hasty Actions Kill Quickly in the Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare

- “It is too rash, too unadvised, too sudden; Too like the lightning, which cloth cease to be Ere on can say it lightens.” Says Juliet in the play written by Shakespeare “The Tradegy of Romeo and Juliet”.In Romeo and Juliet the death of the “star crossed lovers” could be blamed on Friar Lawrence and Romeo because of their rapidity and lack of common sense. Even though, Capulet forced Juliet to marry Paris, Friar Lawrence and Romeo should be blamed because they both acted with haste. Friar Lawrence should be blamed for the Tradegy of Romeo and Juliet because he acted to quickly....   [tags: blame, consequences, actions]

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The Internal Body Clock or Circadian Rhythm

- Circadian rhythm is the internal body clock that controls psychological and biological processes in a 24-hour cycle. Circadian is the Latin word meaning “about 24 hours”. Circadian rhythms are triggered by cues that signal light and darkness (such as sunrise and sunset) as well as other visual cues (like clocks and television programs) The circadian clock in humans is found in the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN), which is a cluster of cells located in the hypothalamus (a region inside the brain) that respond to light and dark signals....   [tags: sleep, light, schedules]

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What is Biological Rhythm?

- ... During Ultradian there is a small timeframe of wakefulness where the person can change the sleeping position leading them to falling back to their sleep this rhythm is less deep sleep leading to having the REM timeframe longer. Stages of Non REM Sleep Stage 1 The first stage of sleep is a least 15 minutes of sleep this is the stage we often awake from. Our eyes are closed during this stage but we can easily be awakened by no problem. At times of this stage when people have awakened they may feel as if they hadn’t slept at all....   [tags: periodic environmental change, organisms]

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Perspectives on Dreaming

- Perspectives on Dreaming "That you have but slumber'd here While these visions did appear. And this weak and idle theme, No more yielding but a dream…." William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream Each night, visions inhabit our minds during sleep and vanish with the morning light. These visions, these dreams, are without substance. Often, the waking mind recalls dreams only vaguely, if at all. A complete, separate world seems to exist within each of us; a world that can only be found through sleep, through dreams....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]

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Psychology of Dreams

- Psychology of Dreams To many people, dreams are the thoughts that occur while sleeping, having almost mystic qualities. For millennia the significance of dreams has escaped even the brightest of philosophers and intellectuals. Many people have speculated about why people dream and what meanings the dreams have but in recent times two theories have gained credibility in answering those questions. The first theory is Sigmund Freuds and the other is known as the cognitive theory of dreams also known as biological determinism....   [tags: Dreaming Psychological Freud Essays]

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Dream Analysis: Personal Narrative

- “Such are the familiar dreams of falling from a height, of teeth falling out, of flying and of embarrassment of being naked” (Freud 69). These dreams that we experience, are believed to be representations of our desires or fears, according to Freudian ideology. Sigmund Freud also believed that there existed a structural model for our personalities that consisted of the id, ego, and superego. He held the idea that the id was an instinctual drive that relied upon the pleasure principle. Conversely, however outrageous the desire was, it was repressed by the superego....   [tags: pyschology, freud]

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Later School Start Times

- Later School Start Times Everyone has always hated getting up super early to go to school. As children get older they move to different schools, from elementary to middle to high school, and the start times get earlier. In elementary school it was never a problem getting up but getting older, it always got harder to get up and the days were always longer. Schools start so early in the morning that it is hard to focus and students tend to miss more of their earlier classes and attend all of their later classes....   [tags: high school, adolescents, getting up]

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What Do Dreams Mean?

- Dreams are the one place in life where anyone can escape. Why not learn what dreams mean. As stated in the book Beginner’s Guide to Dream Analysis by Sigmund Freud, dream analysis is the process of assigning meanings to dreams. Pamela Ball stated in her book 10,000 Dreams Interpreted, that dreams are said to be the mind's way of making sense of the various issues it deals with at any given time--be it work, family, health, or relationships. Dreams help sort out all the information and events that are inputted during waking hours, creating a way for a person, free of conscious limitations, to understand what is really going on, to solve problems, to gain clarity and insight into a...   [tags: Patrick McNamara, Sigmund Freud]

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Eat Me, Drink Me

- Eat Me, Drink Me: The Effects of Food in your Dreams To all the Foodies out there, did you know that food affect your dreams. Yes, it does. One significant recent study by Canadian psychologists Tore Nielsen and Russell Powell gave us information about what 396 college undergrads perceived to be true about the effects of food on their dreams (1). The conversation about food’s influence on dreams remains quite relative—as evidenced by some sources saying cheese helps you go to sleep and othersaying it causes nightmares (1)....   [tags: Nutrition, Psychology, Food, Eating]

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Where is Donnie?

- “Donnie Darko,” is the first film of writer/director Richard Kelly, starring Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal, Jena Malone, Drew Barrymore and Patrick Swayze came out on October 26, 2001. However, three years later, “Donnie Darko” was re-released in a director’s cut version, with remastered sound, picture, 20 minutes of new footage and new visual effects. This marked the film’s impressive success on DVD sales – taking in more than $10 million to date in the U.S. sales alone. When I first saw this film, I couldn’t quite grasp the meaning of the whole story, but now seeing it for a whopping 7 times I can now call it one of my all-time favorite movies to watch....   [tags: Film Review]

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Opium and Dreams in the Romantic Period

- During what is generally defined as the Romantic period, many poets, scientists and philosophers were greatly intrigued by dreams. Southey kept a dream journal, as did Sir Hymphry Davy, a close friend of Coleridge’s; Thomas Beddoes wrote of dreams from a medical perspective in Hygeia and dreams were often a hot topic of conversation at the dinner parties of those who kept company with poets and the like (Ford 1998:5). There were many contradictory theories on the importance, interpretation and origin of dreams, at this time....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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The Mind: Aristotle Kant And Socrates

- &#65279;Daniel C. Dennet said in A Glorious Accident that, "our minds--if you like-- [are] just as real as our dreams"(Kayzer, 37). The implications of this statement are substantial, for if this is true--if our minds and our consciousness are just dreams or the constructs of our brain, what we perceive, our memories, and our sense of reality are nothing more than illusions. Not only is this scientifically a valid statement, but it forces us to question who we are, and what we know ....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Happiest Place on Earth

- As the bus from the airport slowly comes to a halt, I jerk back in my seat with a grin from ear to ear. The time has really come again as I peer out the window and see the Welcome Home sign I long to see every year, in Disney World. Surrounded by the pale shades of blue on the buildings, the starry sky, and palm trees, I am once again at The Beach Club, my favorite resort in the Happiest Place on Earth. With a silent and still beauty surrounded by the cool evening breeze, the anticipation of the waking morning is too hard to handle, knowing that the magical feeling of the Magic Kingdom the next day will surround me....   [tags: Disney World]

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The Very Idea of Humanity

- The Very Idea of Humanity Why should we believe in such a thing as humanity. Should we accept appearances or take authority as our guide. Should we point to some pragmatic advantage to be gained by believing it, or is there proof. Philosophy offers such proof, contained in the dream hypothesis of the Buddha and Plato (and, more famously, Descartes). The dream hypothesis reveals our common ground. It refers to a familiar experience in terms of which young people of every time and place can understand why routine, authority, definition and first principle, category, criterion, perception and paradigm might fail....   [tags: Philosophy Papers]

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William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

- William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet In this essay I am going to write about Act 4 scene 3 of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. In particular I am going to explore the various ways in which in which Shakespeare makes the scene dramatic. One way in which Shakespeare makes this scene dramatic is through the range of emotions which are shown. In the beginning of the scene she seems happy and she looks as though she will go ahead with the wedding. Juliet also seems to have a happy relationship with her mother as we rarely see her mother communicating with her....   [tags: Papers]

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The Death of My Grandfather

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The Long Hour

- I entered the room wincing with a feel of a deep pulsating sensation over my head. There is a feeling that my head is bouncing like a ball in a soccer field and a constant blink-blink sound is being transmitted internally into my ears. The tingling sensations in my legs and arms with flashes of light before the start of this sensation made me anxious. I looked around the room and saw few more people sharing their pain and feelings with their loved ones. Everyone seemed in problem and is frowning with the wrinkle on their forehead and a down slant lips....   [tags: migraine, beautiful woman, alcohol]

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How I Learned From My First Semester Of College

- I wish I could write my younger self a letter. I want to tell her all the amazing things that will happen in college and not to be so worried, but I also want to tell her the bad things that happen. I know time travel does not exist, so I cannot, and young me would be mad at current me for spoiling stuff. Instead I write this reflection on what I think have been important lessons I learned from my first semester of college. It takes time to adjust to new surroundings. I will not lie, the first night sucked....   [tags: Friendship, Debut albums, Anxiety, Time]

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Analysis Of The Movie ' The Dream '

- Stiles had had this dream before. It starts the same every time. He’d be in a beach house. Scott, Kira and Scott’s roommate had gone out, and he was alone. Apart from Malia. She’d be somewhere in the house, he just had to find her. It would be a different place every time. Sometimes she’d be in the pool, in a tight bikini that left little to the imagination. Or maybe she’d be on the bed in a silk nighty that showcased every inch of her tan legs. She could be on the sofa, completely naked. Where ever she was, she’d be ready, willing and most importantly waiting for him....   [tags: Sleep, Thought, Bed, The Other Man]

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Trip Like I Do

- Trip Like I Do Force and counterforce, resistance and power. What is the space and relation of one to the other. Are they to be understood as in parasitic or symbiotic relation. Does the yes need a no for its function, and in what ways. Could there be a “war” on Iraq without protests of such brutal possibilities. Slavoj Žižek’s “The Seven Veils of Fantasy” provides a relation of sincere hypocrisy within but ostensibly against ideology. Fantasy squirms throughout the piece as concealment of horror, creation of horror to be concealed, and vital sustaining support of an ideological edifice....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Dreams And Its Effects On Children

- Have you woken up from an unusual or scary dream thanking god it was only a dream but then wondering why you had a dream like that anyway. Every night as we lay down to sleep our brains stay awake causing us to dream every night even if we do not remember. Researchers have studied dreams and their meanings for years and some believe they mean nothing and others believe there is reasons behind your dreams. Dreams are basically images or little movies our brain actively puts together while the rest of our body is sleeping....   [tags: Dream, Dreaming, False awakening]

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Ending Of My Fabulous Semester Abroad

- Ending to my Fabulous Semester Abroad Well, I have officially been back in the United States for nearly 48 hours. I can hardly describe the feeling. At some moments I feel like I never left, but at others I feel like an outsider in my own country and town. Nothing much has happened in my home life since I have been gone except having Christmas lights in the neighborhood since it’s the holiday season or waking up to ice on the road. For the past 49-hours I have been trying to brag about my entire semester to my family....   [tags: London Eye, London, Shower, Sleep]

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My Life With My Mother

- The engines commence to roar and accelerate to over one hundred forty miles per hour. Suddenly I feel my soul being pull out of my unstable body and I glance at my mom nervously sweating a river for the plane to safely crash in. A caring young boy with a bright future set flight to the land of opportunity, freedom, and education. I was born in Togo where there is little chance to achieve a dream, not knowing that statement was influenced through the words of my parent. I spent most of my childhood with my mother because my dad was working tirelessly to get us documents that held a great amount of value....   [tags: Father, Family, Mother, English-language films]

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Sleep Deprivation : The Effects Of Severe Sleep Loss

- What about long term sleep deprivation exploring the scientific effects of severe sleep loss is limited by both ethical and practical concerns. Sleep deprivation increases stress, making it difficult to separate the effects of sleep deprivation from those of stress. Take the two part test in applying psychology to find out whether you might be sleep deprived. Nonetheless researchers have learned that like disrupted circadian cycles, sleep deprivation poses several hazards. These include reduced cognitive and motor performance, irritability and other mood alterations, decreased self-esteem, and increased cortical levels the consequences of such impairments are wide ranging, from threatening s...   [tags: Sleep, Sleep deprivation, Sleep disorder]

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I Lost My Best Friend Gilbert David Kromer

- Not Enough Think back on the worst experience you have ever had in your life to date, how was it handled. What could have happened to lessen the stress of the situation. Have any regrets. How would you tell that story. Well I will go ahead and tell you of my story where last year on October 11th, 2014 I lost my best friend Gilbert David Kromer. First off lets start with a bit of background information, Gil came halfway through our freshman year of high school, his first few days at school were very awkward for him, and would be something he would speak of throughout the rest of his time knowing him....   [tags: English-language films, Thing, In My Eyes]

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The Effects of a Lack of Sleep

- ... This may leave the person feeling tired and burnt out and not having the energy to burn off the extra calories. (University of Chicago) Sleep deprivation studies in adolescent health, as well as adult health are linked to a large range of negative outcomes. In the adolescent studies researchers have discovered out of 14,382 subjects with fifty percent females; the youth that slept five or less hours were more prone to violent delinquency behaviors than the youth that slept the recommended 8-10 hours....   [tags: insomnia, sleep disorders]

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Sleep Disorders Can Cause Severe Health Problems

- Sleep Disorders Millions of people around the world suffer from a sleep disorder. Sleeping disorders affect over seventy-five percent of people in America. Sleep disorders can cause severe health problems in any person. Sleep is very important when trying to have good health, but sleep disorders cause many people to not get a sufficient amount of sleep. There are many types of sleep disorders such as, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, insomnia, nightmares, and night terrors. Sleep disorders can cause people to not sleep well at night and be extremely tired throughout the day....   [tags: Sleep disorder, Sleep, Sleep disorders, Insomnia]

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What Can You Ever Had A Friend?

- Have you ever had a friend you try to avoid. For me, his name is Spencer. Not to say I don 't like the guy, I do. The root of the problem, we accomplish nothing, when we get talking we can 't stop, the day will be sacrificed to the gods of unproductivity. Perhaps it is because we are similar, if so, that similarity ended quickly, physically different, mentally the same. Spencer always looked like he lumbered out of bed, which was accurate more often than not. With black Einstein-esque hair, his uniform was gym shorts with a tee....   [tags: Debut albums, Want, Taco]

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Exploring Dreams: Why Do We Dream?

- Why do we dream. Many would ask. Does our dream serve a purpose to our lives. Usually we define dream as an experience that we might remember upon awaking that comes through nonphysical channels. Having life goals and wishes for the future is another way we define dream. From the Oxford English dictionary, dream is defined as a series of thoughts, images and sensations occurring in a person’s mind during sleep. Dreams depend greatly on one’s thought and imagination but there is a great possibility that they are related with reality....   [tags: Psychology, Freud, Subconscious]

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Types of Horror Associated with Media

- Rough Draft Essay Topic: What are the types of horrors associated with media. As the main topic suggests, what are the types of horrors associated with media. First off, you might want to think about what your definition of fear is, what unsettles you, and what rubs you the wrong way. Well according to Stephen King, this can be broken down into three types; which is the gross-out, horror, and terror. The gross-out in this case is what it is. It’s things we as humans find disgusting, morbid, or diseased....   [tags: Silent Hill, Video Games]

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