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Singers Solution to World Poverty

- The writer behind “Singers Solution to World Poverty” advocates that U.S. citizens give away the majority of their dispensable income in order to end global suffering. Peter Singer makes numerous assumptions within his proposal about world poverty, and they are founded on the principle that Americans spend too much money on items and services that they do not need. Singer uses some extreme methods in order to achieve his goal of getting readers to truly believe in his ideas and change their values and lifestyles....   [tags: Singers Solution to World Poverty]

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P Xylene And Toluene Solution

- The freezing point of p-xylene was calculated by taking the average calculated Kf of the three trials of the p-xylene and toluene solution. The average of the three trials was computed as 4.56(C/m) as shown in Table 1, however, the theoretical value was slightly lower than calculated, 4.3(C/m). This resulted in a 6.04% error as shown in Equation 5; possible causes of error could have resulted from adding too much solute or too little solvent, then the calculations would have been off given that the solution was not dilute enough....   [tags: Solvent, Solubility, Melting point, Solution]

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The Beauty Detox Solution and Foods

- “The connection between food and beauty is incredibly powerful. Just by changing the foods you eat you can radically change the way you look and feel” (Snyder, 2013). Kimberly Snyder is the author of the Beauty Detox Solution and Beauty Detox Foods. While backpacking for three years throughout 50 countries, she learned how health and beauty are viewed. Because of her fascination with what she learned, she became a certified nutritionist when she returned to the United States (Snyder, 2013). Not only has she shared her health tips on Good Morning America and the Dr....   [tags: american diet, detox solution, kimberly synder]

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Cons of the Good Samaritan Law and Its Solution

- On March 13th, 1964, a woman named 'Kitty Genovese' was stabbed by a psychopathic stranger on the street near her home in New York City. While she was being murdered brutally for 35 minutes, 38 neighbors were witnessing the crime scene. In spite of her desperate cry for help, none of them had offered any help. Even after the criminal had left, only one neighbor called police, but by the time police had arrived, she was already dead. This incident is well-known as 'Genovese Syndrome', which refers to a social phenomenon where a person is less likely to offer help to another person who is in danger....   [tags: bystander, society, law, solution]

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Solution Focused Therapy For Children And Families

- As we grow up, we begin to forget what it is like to be a child and how sweet and innocent we were. We forget these things because of the daily stressors that are thrown at us as mature. In my future, I want to be able to help children hold on to their innocence; because for some, it is taken from them far too early. By providing counseling for children in need there is hope that therapists can guide their adolescent patients onto a path that will allow them to live a great life no matter what their goals are....   [tags: Family therapy, Solution focused brief therapy]

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Is There a Solution?

- It is 2:15 a.m., and you have just finished creating a paper for your English class. Your eyelids are drooping, so you decide you will drag yourself to bed for a few hours of sleep. You no more than fall asleep (it feels) and your alarm clocks goes off. It is 7:00 a.m. and you think, "I'll just lay here for five more minutes." Next thing you know, it is 7:45 a.m., you are just getting up, and you have class at 8:00 a.m. You rush around and make it to school on time, but realize that you forgot to do your physics and calculus homework because you were so focused on your English paper....   [tags: Ethics ]

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The Extraction Procedure For Separate The Acid, Base And Neutral Components Of The Solution Into Separate Phases

- The extraction procedure was undertaken in order to separate the acid, base and neutral components of the solution into separate phases. This procedure was executed using different solvents with different polarities in order to extract the different solutes. The recrystallization procedure was undertaken in order to purify the solutes further by removing any contaminants. This was done by using hot solvent and then allowing it to cool, which causes the compound to precipitate out. This creates purified crystals that have less other associated compounds....   [tags: Solubility, Solvent, Solution, Acetic acid]

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Problem Solution: Kuiper Leda

- Problem Solution: Kuiper Leda The ability to manage supply chains effectively is a key component of corporate success. Adopting a supply chain management strategy (inventory strategy) that works to minimize costs, enhance quality and efficiency of products and services rendered, and maintain sufficient levels of inventory while reducing associated carrying costs is ideal for all businesses. Achieving such a goal, however, is quite challenging and most businesses adopt inventory strategies that best enable them to fulfill their most primary needs (e.g....   [tags: Business, Case Study, Analysis, solution]

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The Bullet System as a Production Solution in the Linen Industry

- The Bullet System as a Production Solution in the Linen Industry Background/Problem: “Linen company A” cleans linens for local hotels and restaurants. The linen company has had a drastic increase in their amounts of work to the point that their labor force is insufficient. To hire more labor is feasible, but they would like to keep from doing this, allowing themselves to save money in the long run. They’re problem is lack of labor, and the want to maximize efficiency in the workplace. Solution: The best solution for the company is to use Automation Dynamics....   [tags: Case Study Solution]

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Riordan Problem Solution

- Problem Solution: Riordan Manufacturing Riordan Manufacturing is a global plastics producer employing 550 people with projected annual earnings of $46 million. The company is wholly owned by Riordan Industries, a Fortune 1000 enterprise with revenues in excess of $1 billion. Production is divided among three plants: plastic beverage containers in Albany, Georgia; custom plastic parts in Pontiac, Michigan; and plastic fan parts in Hangzhou, China. Research and Development is conducted at corporate headquarters in San Jose, California....   [tags: Problem Solution Case Study Riordan Manufacturing]

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KPMG Three Little Pigs Inc. Solution

- KPMG Three Little Pigs Inc. Solution Several factors including increased supply have caused declining prices for live hogs on the spot market. Also as shown below, futures prices will remain below the carrying cost for live hogs until nearly the end of the fiscal year. However, processed pork products such as bacon, loins, and ham remain above the current cost of production. Three Little Pigs Inc. is capable of processing hogs into these products internally at some locations. Unfortunately, not all hogs can be transported and processed at the main processing plants and must be sold as live hogs to third parties at spot market prices....   [tags: Business, Finance, case study, solution]

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Preparation A Solution Of Sodium Hydroxide Solution

- Purpose: The following experiment was conducted to prepare standardized solution of sodium hydroxide solution (NaOH) and to determine the concentration of given unknown sulfuric acid (H2SO4) solution. Analysis: This experiment is divided into two parts. In the first part; the standardized solution of sodium hydroxide is prepared by titrating it with base Potassium hydrogen phthalate (KHP). Phenolphthalein (range 8.3 to 10.0) is used as indicator to determine whether the titration is completed. Part A: Standardization of a sodium hydroxide solution NaOH Code sample code: R1 Trial 1 Mass of KHP transferred = 0.41 g Volume of NaOH used = 21.14 mL Molar mass of KHP = 204.22 g/mol No....   [tags: Sodium hydroxide, PH, Pink]

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Revenge Is Not The Solution

- Revenge is not the Solution People often assume that revenge will make them feel better. This important theme is shown throughout Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein. The monster in this novel portrays this evil character because of the actions he took and because of revenge toward his creator, Victor Frankenstein. Revenge controlled the monster’s life and caused him to kill many of the people Victor loved. Revenge often motivates people to take actions toward their offender because they think that is will help console them....   [tags: Frankenstein, Mary Shelley, Percy Bysshe Shelley]

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Is Suicide the Solution?

- Is Suicide the Solution. Throughout time, death has been viewed in a negative light. In general, it is an event to be mourned and is seen by some as the end to existence. People do not usually seek death as an answer to their problems. In various pieces of literature, however, suicide is contemplated by the characters as the only solution to the pain and grief that they experience. The National Library of Medicine’s website states that most people who commit suicide do so because they are “trying to get away from a life situation that seems impossible to deal with” (“Suicide”)....   [tags: instances of suicide in literature]

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A Solution to Foreclosure

- A Solution to Foreclosure The current issue of home foreclosure is based off of a long series of bad loans to people who were not able pay those debts off. Based on nightly news reports over the past year, it appears that the majority of these foreclosures are on very modest homes. My solution to this problem is to invest in those homes using green technology. President Obama has been a strong proponent of weatherizing homes. Simple additions such as a rubber strip under the front door and a sealant around windows can lower air conditioning and heating costs tremendously....   [tags: Economics]

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The Solution

- The Solution The business man behind a desk, the scientist in the lab, the artist approaching his canvas, the mathematician examining the symbols he placed on the blackboard--the thoughts going through each of their heads are very different in many ways, yet amazingly similar. For example, the business man must come up with an idea to cut costs and increase revenue for his company. He must find a creative twist to an old idea, a new combination of numbers that allows the company to increase profit and drop costs....   [tags: Philosophy Philosophical Papers]

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The Solution Foreclosure

- How do we solve the ongoing breakdown of our economy. Simple we look at how others solved their economic problems. In October 29th, 1929 the day now notoriously known as black Tuesday or the great depression, 11,000 out of 25,000 of the United States banks had failed. The origins of the depressions are lengthy and disputed but what is relevant to this focus is that they found a solution to their quandary. Two Economist Waddill Catchings and William Trufant Foster speculated that there is an inequality of wealth and income to simplify their theory it was that the population did not have enough wealth to purchase the merchandise that was producing....   [tags: foreclosures, economy, ]

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A Natural Solution

- A Natural Solution Cancer is a term that, for many, is a word that carries fear with it. Humans do not want cancer to be part of their lives, because of the pain and harmful outcomes that occur with it. Marijuana, like cancer, is another word that humanity fears. Marijuana is, for the most part, abused and causes problems for people associated with the misuse of marijuana. The attitudes towards both words are similar, but it should not be that way....   [tags: Medical Research]

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Two-State Solution vs. One-State Solution

- Israeli-Druze’s feel integrated into Israeli society, while simultaneously also feel alienated due to “lack of full equity, and linguistic-cultural differentiation” (Nisan). Regardless, the Maghar Druze community living in Israel identify as Israeli over Palestinian and even over an Arab nationality. The separation of identity from Arab to Israeli is due to long and violent religious conflicts between the Druze and Muslims in Palestine (Nisan). These hate crimes have created an obvious transition for Maghar Druze to align with Israel over neighboring Arab states....   [tags: israeli, nationalist, ideals]

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The State Solution : Israel And Palestine

- As Israel and Palestine struggle to compromise over the notion of a two-state solution, the possibility of a one-state solution could change long-standing opinions, and could impact the futures of both sides. The highly controversial two-state solution is possible because of Israel’s aversion to the one-state solution, the changing youth of Palestine, and the balance required to regain peace. While the two-state solution is dreaded by Israel’s government and people, becoming a binational state with Palestine is more concerning to Israelis....   [tags: Israel, Proposals for a Palestinian state]

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Materials And Methods Of The Acid Solution

- MATERIALS AND METHODS: Before the acetic acid solution could be titrated with sodium hydroxide (NaOH), the actual concentration of NaOH needed to be determined. By way of standardization, the actual concentration of NaOH was established, to account for the fact that the solid is not pure and for its tendency to react with carbon dioxide in the air. A 50 mL burette (±0.01 mL, Kimax) was rinsed thoroughly, twice with reverse osmosis water, and then twice with approximately 5 mL of ~0.25 M NaOH solution (Fisher Scientific, Certified ACS Pellets, S318-3)....   [tags: Titration, Sodium hydroxide, Vinegar, Acetic acid]

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Six Steps For A Solution Of Problem

- Six steps to get solution of problem: Before the solution always identify the problem. Then generate idea to solve it. To focus on one problem at a time. To generate solution to the problem. To generate and select criteria to get the solution. After generating criteria we need to apply criteria to our ideas to solve problems. Finally put you plan to solve problem in to action. The FPSPI divide the levels of competition: Junior grades 4-6 Middle grades 7-9 Senior grades 10-12 Levels Practice competition: where students are given problems to practice to solve them....   [tags: Problem solving, Problem, Competition, Idea]

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Solving The Problem Solving A Solution

- Problems in our lives, big or small, often have a variety of solutions. Yet, finding the best solution comes from understanding the problem. As Informatics Problem Solving lecture noted, the process of building a solution comes from a series of general steps: gathering data, analyzing that data, formulating a solution, and implementing that solution. With that, it is very important to dismiss solutions that come from “common problem solving mistakes”. For example, one common mistake is jumping hastily to a solution (Onesti 2016, Problem Solving [PowerPoint slide 45])....   [tags: Problem solving, Problem, Wicked problem]

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The Solution Of The Refugee Crisis

- Between January and November of this year more than 750,000 migrants have been estimated crossing into the EU’s borders compared to only 280,000 in the whole year during 2014 ( This influx of refugees and asylum seekers from the Middle East has become a heavy burden for European Union policy makers. Many state leaders have opposing viewpoints and varying solutions to the crisis that is plaguing their region and as a result there has been little to no actions taken to solve this ever growing problem....   [tags: European Union, Europe, Angela Merkel, Germany]

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The History of Fingerprinting for the Solution of Crimes

- Just like every individual, every fingerprint is unique. Whether it is between two friends or two people from the opposite ends of the Earth, the fingerprints that they contain will not be identical. Fingerprints are very fascinating because of this fact. Fingerprints are unique to the person, and therefore, fingerprints have a great use to law enforcement agencies throughout the world. This use of fingerprints in forensic science has caught my interest because the overall concept is very interesting....   [tags: characteristics unique to an individual]

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The Fear Of The Democrats And Presents A Solution

- Three weeks ago, Trump’s title elevated from GOP candidate to president-elect. Following this revelation, protests erupted and injured countless civilians and law enforcers. Even high schoolers, trapped in the wrong place at the wrong time, have been tear gassed and endangered through the protests. Yet, these protests determine nothing: on January 20th, Donald Trump will still become president. While hatred continues to simmer below the surface, protesters slowly realize that their street performances cannot ensure a better future, only a violent present....   [tags: President of the United States, Democratic Party]

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Different Concentrations Of Sucrose And Water Solutions

- The four different dialysis tubes containing four different concentrations of sucrose/ water solutions, in two different concentrations of solutions was a great representation of osmosis (Fig. 2). The water in the dialysis tubing of A, (1%) left the areas of low concentration in attempts to equal out the areas of high concentration of sucrose (10%), in the container to reach equilibrium. The bag had started with a total mass of 10.4g and was weighed in 15 minute intervals for an hour. In the first 15 minutes, bag A had weighed 10.2g, losing .2g of water....   [tags: Concentration, Solution, Tonicity, Chemistry]

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An Experiment Of A Liver Extract Solution

- Abstract In this experiment, a liver extract solution was obtained from a freshly killed female white mouse by placing in a 100 ml sucrose-Tris phosphate buffer, homogenized, and separated by centrifuged. The extract was mixed in two tubes with different components, one with buffer, succinate, liver extract, and the dye 2,6-dichlorophenolindophenol (DCIP) - the control tube. The second tube with these solutions in addition to cyanide –experimental tube. The rate of electron transport and the effect of cyanide on the rate of reduction 2, 6-dichlorophenolindophenol, was measured and tested....   [tags: Cellular respiration, Adenosine triphosphate]

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Organ Shortage Solution For An Organ

- Organ Shortage Solution There is a large shortage of organs, causing thousands of people to die. Every day someone else is added to the growing list of applicants waiting for an organ transplant. According to UNOS there are approximately 122,649 people on that list, and most of them have been on there for more than one year. Some suggested solutions for the organ shortage are: paying dead donors, which in all reality would mean that their family would get a bit of money to help with funeral costs, presumed consent with an opt out choice where someone could choose to be a donor but have the chance to opt out if they prefer....   [tags: Organ transplant, Organ donation, Organ, People]

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Water Scarcity: Privatization is Not the Solution

- Although water is all around, very little is drinkable. Six billion people live on earth and 1.1 billion in 31 countries are unable to access safe, clean drinking water. California has only 20 years of water supply left. Ironically, even the wettest place on earth, Cherrapunji, India, has often water shortages. After years of millions of people dying of thirst and disease, a corporate movement to find a solution to the water crisis has now swept the world. Water, a fleeting resource vital to every life, every single day of the year, is now being taken out of the governments control and becoming a commodity bought and sold by big business, a.k.a privatization....   [tags: Global Water Crisis]

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An Integrated Solution to the Foreclosure Crisis

- Foreclosure. Only recently has the term become a buzz word among the American public and various media. The crisis that has enveloped the United States has initiated widespread questioning of the very financial systems in which the American innovators have grown to prosper. Although the foreclosure crisis is often viewed as a product of greedy financial institutions, causation cannot be distilled to individual constituencies; further regulation on various components of the crisis can develop the preconditions for recovery, but 2009 has elucidated a stunning reality: the American financial system possesses an independent resiliency that is currently rebounding and developing recursive and fut...   [tags: foreclosures,]

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A Description for a Solution to Armageddon

- The world is caught between diminishing energy resources and increasing climate change. Countries around the world (like Russia, China, India, South Korea, France, UK, USA) with their growing population highlight how important the demand for energy is fueling the global economy. If this demand is met by the massive carbon emissions from fossil fuels, then we are headed to a climate Armageddon. The most realistic solution for this exponential demand is nuclear energy. The use of nuclear energy will provide sufficient energy to power economies without the need to cause global warming....   [tags: nuclear energgy, climate changes, armageddon]

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Police Brutality : The Reason, And The Solution For It

- Police brutality is the considered use of unnecessary force, usually physical, carried out during law enforcement activities with the population. This type of behavior also includes verbal attacks and psychological intimidation by a police officer. Police brutality has an adverse effect on society, and it has lead to critical injury and even death. There are three different was to explain police brutality: the history, the reason, and the solution for it. The history, including the beginning or the first case of police brutality, the different police brutality through the times, and present day police brutality....   [tags: Police brutality, Police, Constable]

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A Practical Solution to the Foreclosure Crisis

- It is no secret the foreclosure crisis has played a significant role in the financial meltdown of the past year. The collapse of the housing marketing has brought thousands of families across the country to financial ruin, forcing many out on the streets. Although the common consensus is that something must be done to stabilize the foreclosure crisis, the agreement ends there. Proposed solutions to the foreclosure crisis have drawn controversy from all political affiliations and walks of life. This controversy is largely due to the fact that no one can determine for certain, a single factor that led to the housing market meltdown....   [tags: foreclosures,]

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Abortion is the Problem, Not the Solution

- Legalized abortion is an extremely controversial and often volatile issue talked about around the world. Abortion was legalized in the United Sates in 1973 after Roe won the lawsuit against Dallas County District Attorney, for not permitting her to terminate the pregnancy that had occurred as a result of a rape, which later was revealed as a false statement (“Roe v. Wade” P.2) From then 38010338 children have been aborted until 1998. In addition, specialists have estimated an increase of more than 9 million abortions until 2005, making a massive total of more than 40 million, which is 24 times greater than American war causalities since American Revolution to the Gulf war of nineteen ninety...   [tags: The Right to Life, Pro-Life Essays]

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Effects of Bullying and a Possible Solution

- ... 3. Third time offender: Out of school suspension. 4. Fourth time offender: Charges for harassment. Depending on what the offense the bully commits, the punishment could be more extreme. This solution is completely reasonable and can be done. “Cyber bullying has become an increasing public concern in light of recent cases associated with youth suicides that have been reported in the mass media” (Gould). Suicide. This is never the answer, but when someone bullies you to this point it becomes a last resort....   [tags: mental and physical abuse]

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Polygamy : Cause And Effect / Solution

- Kelly Swanson Topic: Polygamy Organization: Cause/Effect/Solution Specific Purpose: To influence my audience to believe that polygamy is unhealthy I. INTRODUCTION A. Attention getter: In April 2008, 416 children from San Angelo, Texas were taken from their home and were led into a world that they were constantly taught to fear. These children grew up in a polygamist community consisting of 139 women and one man. (Hilton/Austin, 2008). B. Relevance: For those of you who don’t know, polygamy is the practice of having more than one wife or husband at a time....   [tags: Polygamy, Marriage, Monogamy]

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Standardizing a Sodium Hydroxide Solution

- PURPOSE The purpose of this experiment is to use our knowledge from previous experiments to determine the exact concentration of a 0.1M sodium hydroxide solution by titration (Lab Guide pg.141). QUESTION The question that was proposed for investigation was: Can the exact concentration of 0.1M sodium hydroxide solution be determined by titration (Lab Guide pg. 141). BACKGROUND DISCUSSION For this experiment we used titration to standardize the exact concentration of NaOH....   [tags: esperiment report]

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Solution for the IT Security Banking and Ethics

- ... Disconnect your computer from the Internet when you are not using it. Carefully consider your security settings. Examine all system settings, particularly the security settings, and select options that decrease your risk of data loss or intrusion.  Back up your data. Protect your backups. When you make your data backups, make sure they are kept in a safe, secure location. It does no good to secure your PC and leave the backups where anyone might find them.  Don’t store sensitive information in portable device without strong encryption  Don’t leave your computer / sensitive documents unlocked  Don’t discuss anything sensitive in public place....   [tags: practices, society, authorization, think]

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Water Scarcity: Privatization is Not the Solution

- Water is vital for humanity as it sustains human life and is a fundamental aspect in most of the products which are consumed by an average living person. This is why water supplies are crucial, because through them this substance is provided sadly these services are being perturbed by various obstacles that at the end are provoking a severe water scarcity around the globe. This has been attempted to be solved by privatising water services, since it is believed that water available for free has generated an overexploitation of this resource....   [tags: Drinking Water Shortage]

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Proposed Solution to the Foreclosure Crisis

- Today’s America is in crisis; we are in a recession. The greatest factor driving this major recession is Foreclosure many Americans are forced to face every day. In simple terms, the foreclosure crisis was caused by greed in the banking industry and too much optimism of the American people. This resulted in a bubble of subprime mortgage lending, which eventually collapsed once leading mortgage firms in the banking industry such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac needed to be bailed out by the government....   [tags: real estate, economics]

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Solution to the Decreasing of Number of Whales

- The world consistently undergoes ecological change, and each change, whether positive or negative, affects living creatures differently. Some of these changes are biological, stemming from the natural processes that envelope our complex ecosystem, while others are brought about from mans neglect for the delicate world we live in. One of the most controversial topics within the last century surrounding the perpetual damage life on earth, has been the declining population of cetaceans, or whales. Their decreasing numbers are sometimes due to natural factors, but for the most part the unnatural factors outweigh these....   [tags: cetaceans, ban, law, mammals, IWC, Japan]

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A Child Is Not A Solution For A Bad Marriage

- Jack and Rose, were a couple since highscool, the got married right after college, everything seems happiness, but sudenly, everything changed. Jack and Rose fight every single day, every fight getting worse than the other, but they still “love” eachother, and they had a magnific idea, lets have a child. According to the Washington Post, “Nearly 40 percent of cohabiting twenty something parents who had a baby between 2000 and 2005 split up by the time their child was five,” (Washington Post). A child is not a solution for a bad marriage....   [tags: Fiction, Short story, Anton Chekhov]

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Foreclosures: A Solution and A Silver Lining

- If you live in the United States and have access to a television or radio, then you are constantly hearing about the financial problems that are plaguing our country. Thanks to the media, most of the American public is aware of the current financial crisis, in its myriad of forms. Financial distress and instability has come to define this decade, and the government is scrambling to find a solution. The root of the instability is arguable. Many claim its beginning in the housing market, but behind that market is a banking and lending culprit....   [tags: Foreclosures, economy, USA, ]

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The Holocaust and The Final Solution Plan

- ... Being able to spread his racist ideals with ease. His hatred was directed for the most part, towards the Jews. He blames the Jews for the loss of World War 1. Hitler inspired the German people by, promising that after suffering that humiliating defeat in their previous World War, that the German pride and, supremacy would once again be restored, and the Aryan race would be the dominate race. But, drawing close to the end of the second World War, Hitler knew his time was growing short, so he had a plan, he called this plan....   [tags: hitler, jewish people, survivors]

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The Final Solution By Adolf Hitler

- Night The “Final Solution” was idea made up by Adolf Hitler in theory but not any proof of this is found anywhere. So the origin is still officially uncreation. “The Final Solution” was the idea to eliminate all Jewish men, women, and children in Germany. Hitler believed that this would solve all of Germany 's problems. After prison Hitler became part of the Nattzi regiment and raised to power. Once he was head he started his Final Solution by step. Finally by rounding up all Jewish people into ghettos and then eventually into concentration camps....   [tags: Nazi Germany, World War II, Adolf Hitler]

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Capital Punishment - No Solution to the Controversy

- The death penalty has been used in the United States since its inception. Throughout American history Federal and State governments have clashed over the morality of capital punishment as well as the most humane way to carry it out. Executions are carried out by the state, which means each state can sentence someone to death by any means that they see fit, provided that it meets constitutional requirements. After the recent execution in which a man died by firing squad, it made me curious as to the current methods that are used and have been used....   [tags: Capital Punishment, Death Penalty]

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Phobias: The Cause, the Effect and the Solution

- Phobias: The Cause, the Effect and the Solution Phobias that happen during early childhood can lead to social anxieties and to certain life changing disorders. Phobia, by definition is an extremely strong dislike or fear of someone or something. However it is not just a dislike, it is a factor that can rule someone's entire life. The individual that suffers from this disorder commits great lengths to avoid the object. If unavoidable the individual with go through the situation with great distress....   [tags: Psychology, Disorder, Dislike]

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Microsoft : A Viable Solution For A Company

- Introduction The reason that I have chosen to do this question is that I want to discover whether there is a viable solution for a company as large as Microsoft to increase their profit margins or if Microsoft 's size prevents them from further increasing their profits. It is important to find out as if there is a clear way to increase profits it may be possible for other similar firms to also increase their profits. Since Microsoft 's establishment in April 1975 they have grown into a monopoly within the technology market, bringing huge innovation to the technology market....   [tags: Operating system, Microsoft, Microsoft Windows]

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The Solution At The United States Of America

- Gun Control: The Solution to Ending Mass Shootings. “We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America” (US Const. Preamble). In the last 30 years there has been at least 72 mass shootings in the United States of America. Astonishingly enough, of the 143 guns possessed by the perpetrators, more than three quarters of them were purchased legally (Follman)....   [tags: United States, Firearm, John F. Kennedy]

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Is Government Assistance A Solution Or A Problem?

- Poverty is a phenomenon that affects more than 1 billion people worldwide (Roser, 2015). It does not discriminate based upon one 's age, sex, ethnicity or the color of one 's skin. According to the United State 's census website 15.6% of people live in poverty in the United States alone. This could be due to addiction problems, health issues, natural disasters, job shortage (or loss), and various other unfortunate events. With such outstanding statistics one is left to ponder what we can do about it....   [tags: Poverty in the United States, Poverty]

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Is Marijuana A Solution For The Opioid Epidemic?

- Is Marijuana a Solution to the Opioid Epidemic?: A Review and Analysis An Opioid Epidemic in the United States The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently published an analysis that showed drug overdoses are the leading cause of accidental deaths in the United States – surpassing even that of automobile accidents (“Opioid Addiction”). A majority of these deaths are related to prescription opiates and heroin use. Opiates are drugs commonly prescribed as pain relievers, including oxycodone, codeine, morphine, and fentanyl....   [tags: Morphine, Opioid, Heroin, Drug addiction]

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No One Truly Knows The Solution

- If ending world hunger is possible, why hasn’t it been done. The answer to this question has been attempted for decades. Yet, no one truly knows the solution. Scott Kilman, Roger Thurow and Paul Turner decided to search for the answer and teach the world their findings. Roger Thurow was a reporter at The Wall Street Journal for 30 years, 20 of them as a foreign correspondent. For the 2 decades that he was based in Africa and Europe, he covered stories about the Cold War, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the release of Nelson Mandela, the Olympic games, and numerous other important events....   [tags: Famine, Malnutrition, Africa, Poverty]

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The Best Long-term Parenting Solution for Bella and Dante Martin

- This letter to will assist you in determining the best long-term parenting solution for Bella and Dante Martin. It is my understanding that Eric and Elizabeth Martinez are requesting permanent custody, specifically as adoptive parents. The ideal candidates are Eric and Elizabeth. They possess requisite attributes of character, family history, community service, and provide a family home that is healthy, safe, and loving. Furthermore, they are diligent in their pursuit to instill character and uncompromising values, and provide all essential resources to afford their children opportunities for life-long advancement and personal growth....   [tags: parenting solutions, adoption, ]

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Finding a Solution to Global Warming

- ... Using the electrical devices, which have heat radiations, represent the third cause of the buildings and the greenhouses. The electrical devices effects come from transferring electrical power to heat energy. Many old transformers and lamps use the double amount of electrical power than the new devices. Now, (90%) of the buildings and the greenhouses use the old devices such as for lighting (2). Despite of the economic effects for using the old devices, these devices have the negative effects for increasing the earth's temperature by radiation and convection....   [tags: environmental issues]

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Dealth Penalty Is Not a Solution

- ... Many years later, new scientific evidence exonerated them but their innocent lives were already gone forever. Another big issue with capital punishment is morality. Death penalty is unhumane- it treats human life as disposable and unimportant. Some say that the criminal treated the victim’s lives unimportant as well and therefore they deserve the same punishment. In reality, capital punishment itself is an atrocity in which the court is commiting the same horrible crime that has been taken out on the victims by the killers....   [tags: crime, punishment, prison, morality]

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Unique Solution To The Foreclosure Problem

- The foreclosure crisis has been devastating. Families no longer able to afford mortgage payments are forced into bankruptcy, while banks find themselves with properties valued at less than the loan principal. Solutions proposed thus far have primarily focused on loan re-modification measures that only slightly relieve the financial burden for homeowners and frustrate lenders who are forced into less attractive loan terms. However, one solution not being discussed in congress may resolve the housing market slump while benefiting families and investors alike....   [tags: Economics]

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- According to Lee Tunstall, homelessness is a social problem that “has been growing since the 1970’s” (2009, para.1) and has caught the attention of both the Canadian government and the general public (Tunstall, 2009) . Predominantly, the homeless are individuals or families with no permanent residence who also lack the resources or abilities necessary to arrange for their own adequate housing and living (Stearman, 2010). This matter affects a diverse demographic of the Canadian public. In 2003, the Toronto report card on housing and homelessness reported that out of 32,000 people who used homeless shelters, 15% were families, 22% were youths between the ages of fifteen and twenty-four, 18% w...   [tags: Poverty ]

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Government is the Problem, Not the Solution

- Ronald Reagan once claimed “government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem." Over time history has been able to back up what Reagan once asserted. In a nation rich in history such as the United States, it is easy to go in either direction with this debate yet the state of the nation usual depicts which direction the people choose. A time such as now, where our great nation has been less fortunate in its last decade yet has found a way to climb out of the dust, it is a perfect time to debate on such a topic....   [tags: The Problem with Government]

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The Final Solution to the Jewish Question

- It all started almost 80 years ago and the history of it will never be forgotten. The Holocaust was the mass murder of approximately six million Jews that took place during World War II. There were nine million Jews who lived in Europe before the Holocaust, that means approximately two-thirds of them were killed. There were over one million Jewish children that were killed in the Holocaust, and there were almost two million Jewish women and three million Jewish men were also killed in the Holocaust....   [tags: Holocaust, WWII, World history]

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The Solution to the Growing Energy Crisis

- The Solution to the Growing Energy Crisis The world that we live into today affords us the expectation that the flip a switch will turn the lights on. As populations increase and developing nations undergo dramatic economic growth, this energy demand will only continue to grow. The International Energy Agency (IEA) believes that “the world’s energy needs could be 50% higher in 2030 than they are today” (ElBaradei). Given this projected growth, it is necessary for world leaders must take action to secure the energy supply....   [tags: Economy, Environment, Safety]

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The Pure Evil of the Final Solution

- ... Before any county had declared war on Germany they had successfully overtaken Czeckoslovakia, Albania, Western Poland, and Hitlers place of birth Austria. Before The Nazi's had overpowered any more counties WWII had began. First to declare was Britian, followed by France, Australia, and New Zeland. War had began on the continant of Europe. Although war was declared souly on Germany, their allies who signed the Tripartided act had a counter attack by Italy and Japan declaring right back. Even though war had been declared, Germany was still overthrowing countries....   [tags: hitler, prison, frank, van daans]

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Is Psychological Profiling the Solution to Terrorism?

- Is Psychological Profiling the Solution. History Between 1940 and 1956, a profound killer known as the Mad Bomber disturbed New York City’s streets. For sixteen years, the Mad Bomber evaded New York City’s police officers and planted over thirty small bombs in public places. In 1956, the infuriated investigators decided to ask for the help of a psychiatrist, James Brussel. Brussel analyzed the notes and photos that were taken at the scene of the incidents. These objects allowed him to come up with a detailed description of the suspect: He would be in his 50’s, unmarried, self-educated, and foreign....   [tags: mad bomber, crime, police]

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Children : The Problem And The Solution

- Roman Mendez Prof. English-Bircher WRC 1203. 0H3 10 Oct. 2015 Overweigh Children, The problem and the Solution One in three children in American is overweight. The possibility of being outcast by piers based on their appearance is the least of their troubles as they grow older. Obesity in children can cause physical damage from restricting regular bodily movement as well as bring on a world of problems later on down the road such as death from stroke or diabetes. It is best to address the problem of being overweight while large amounts of individuals are accessible through the school system....   [tags: Obesity, Physical exercise, Exercise, Nutrition]

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Space Exploration : Funding A Solution

- Space Exploration: Funding a solution. From the United States to North Korea people constantly encounter droughts, famine, war, and disease. Currently, the approach is to handle each of these situations independently and reactively. People are encouraged to donate money, energy, and time to resolve these issues, but because the focus on resources, time and energy is unilateral, efforts tend to get duplicated. This puts the citizens of earth in a cumbersome position to compete over finite resources....   [tags: International Space Station, Space exploration]

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Gmos : A Solution With Problems

- GMOs: A Solution With Problems With the world’s population exponentially increasing, massive hunger in third world countries, and an ever-changing environment due to climate change, conventional crops can no longer sustain the world’s population. The solution to this conundrum lies in the introduction of genetically modified crops: a new breakthrough in the agricultural industry. GMOs (Genetically modified organisms) have resistance to new aggressive sources of weeds, pests, and other diseases to thrive in harsh environments....   [tags: Genetically modified food]

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Homelessness Is The Cause The Solution?

- Homelessness in America; is the cause the solution. Take a look on any street corner in any state in America and you will see them. Sometimes, their ragged clothes and dirty face’s cause us to cringe and turn away in disgust. Other times, maybe it’s a couple with a sickly looking dog, or maybe even a family with children, much like your own. Homelessness carries with it a cacophony of faces and stories. Sometimes it’s mental health problems, other times its substance abuse problems, or even a woman running from an abusive relationship....   [tags: Homelessness, Homelessness in the United States]

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Proposed Solution to the Foreclosure Crisis

- The economic crisis has become pervasive and no one is immune from its effects. Families are finding themselves in situations that they had only heard of others experiencing and are finding their circumstances spinning out of control and fast. There is an obvious need to assist families with real solutions now and fast. Mortgage companies are not quick to be compassionate or offer practical solutions to those who find themselves living paycheck to paycheck and then not having a paycheck and/or nothing in savings....   [tags: foreclosure, economy, financial]

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The Solution to the Welfare Debate

- For years, the welfare topic has been debated, and throughout history, both failed and thriving solutions have been seen to this dispute. The settlement of the matter of welfare came from independently sponsored programs only to be replaced by government funded organizations and devices to benefit the less fortunate using taxes, aids, and deductions. With the only hope to overcome the grief stricken state our country has been in over the centuries of seeing the destruction of nations over the word that stirs up a variety of emotions, welfare, to be the decreased amount and time government support should be offered....   [tags: poverty, community, taxes]

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Solution of the Cubic Equation

- Solution of the Cubic Equation The history of any discipline is full of interesting stories and sidelines; however, the development of the formulas to solve cubic equations must be one of the most exciting within the math world. Whereas the method for quadratic equations has existed since the time of the Babylonians, a general solution for all cubic equations eluded mathematicians until the 1500s. Several individuals contributed different parts of the picture (formulas for various types of cubics) until the full solution was reached; these men included Scipione dal Ferro, Nicolo Tartaglia, Girolamo Cardan, and Lodovico Ferrari....   [tags: Math]

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A Solution To the Foreclosure Crisis

- The foreclosure crisis has reached new heights since the all-time high deficit in the economy. U.S. foreclosure rates went up more than 81% and 861,664 families lost their homes to foreclosure in 2008 (Les Christie). Also, 54 households received a foreclosure notice last year (Les Christie). So what is the solution. Bold action is needed to address this serious issue. I suggest a “real estate pause” for a temporary amount of time, similar to what Roosevelt did with the “bank holiday” during the Great Depression....   [tags: Economics]

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Microcredit: The Solution to Global Poverty

- Over 1.4 billion people live on less than $1.25 per day (Singer 7). In impoverished nations, the life expectancy is below fifty, compared to the average of seventy-eight years in rich nations. The mortality rate of children is twenty times greater in “least developed” countries than in developed nations. Nearly 18 million people die every year from avoidable, poverty-related causes (UNICEF). On the other side of the spectrum, there were more than 1,100 billionaires in the world in 2007 (Singer 9)....   [tags: world poverty, microfinance]

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The Best Solution To Youth Obesity

- What if I told you that there was one solution to all of America’s problems. Would you believe me. We live in a world that has many issues to solve. One of those big issues is in our own back yard. This issue is known as obesity. I firmly believe that obesity can only be control when adults become better educated concerning the causes of it. I also firmly believe that in order to prevent obesity from spreading, that the youth must become better educated than their ancestors whom caused it. In order to do that in today’s world, we must seek to educate the parents and their youth to prevent obesity....   [tags: public health, overweight infant]

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Gun Control Is Not The Solution

- More Gun Control is not the Solution Lately, as a nation, it seems that we can’t go more than a month without hearing about some type of shooting on national news. Every shooting that occurs is gaining the national media spotlight. This is prompting leaders and politicians around the country to call for more gun control to answer this current epidemic. Creating more gun laws is not the solution. This only creates more problems with law-abiding citizens obtaining a firearm and infringing on their second amendment right of the United States constitution which states “a well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall...   [tags: Firearm, Gun politics in the United States, Crime]

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Coffee Drop Is An Electronic Solution

- Coffee Drop is an electronic solution to several problems that local coffee stores experience. Many of these small businesses can only afford to hire only a few baristas and occasionally have problems finding baristas to hire. Though small businesses account for the employment of 55% of employed America. So it is important for small businesses to thrive. However, because small businesses cannot afford to hire multiple people it is important that the customer service is extremely high. Coffee Drop will allow these coffee stores to increase customer satisfaction to have reoccurring customers, and to gain new customers....   [tags: Coffee, Business, Customer, Coffeehouse]

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The Council As A Peaceful Solution

- The council has decided to meet again after the attack on Edessa. The council is has come to talk about what sort of action needs to take place to get back Edessa and prevent other cities from being taken as well. The council meeting is taking place at Acre. The members have all came to give their ideas and their opinions on what is the best solution for the problem. During the council meeting, many different ideas and proposals were given. The main idea that the council was debating was whether or not we should attack, or if we should find a peaceful solution....   [tags: Peace, War, Need, English-language films]

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Human Trafficking: Searching for a Solution

- Thailand is very well known for its high proportion of human trafficking. The men and woman are constantly sold for their resources. Labor and prostitution are the most common cases. In Thailand there has been an uprising of human trafficking on the fishing boats or trawlers. On the trawlers many men are forced to work without pay under the impression that they owe money. The men come from neighboring countries of Cambodia and Burma. Among many boats, abuse is a normal practice to keep the men detained and to continue forcing them to work....   [tags: Thailand, Human Traffick, Children, Men, Womes]

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A Solution to the Foreclosure Crisis

- If Americans would like to stop foreclosure on their homes, we need to address the root or the heart of the problem, not just a branch or limb. Solving foreclosure would be like putting a band-aid on a wound which needs surgery. The real problem resides in human behavior and governmental policy concerning the environment which we inhabit. So, with this information, I will address how to come about a real solution in terms of preventing foreclosure (and better than that, solving what causes foreclosure) (which is interrelated with environmental health)....   [tags: Economics, Mortgage, Housing Crisis]

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Proposed Solution to the Foreclosure Crisis

- The foreclosure crisis that the United States faces is not one of a singular mistake or instance, but one of several factors all coming into play in the same period of time. One can not merely solve the foreclosure crisis, and there can be no step-by-step process to “fix” what has been done to the American economy and industry, and ultimately, its citizens. However stabilizing communities ravaged by the current foreclosure crisis will be the most important first step in solving the problem at hand....   [tags: real estate]

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A Solution to the Foreclosure Crisis

- I can provide a solution to the foreclosure crisis with a two part plan that will provide increased home equity and employment. The plan provides loan modification opportunities, financial rebates and new jobs in infrastructure construction and alternative energy resources. There are many flaws with the United States current plan of action and it all begins with our president’s $650,000 program. President Obama’s Mortgage Relief Program is aimed at helping stop foreclosure by lowering monthly payments....   [tags: Economics]

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