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  • H. A. A. R. P. (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program)

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    H. A. A. R. P. (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Project (HAARP) may seem like a worthless research project when first viewed from a limited viewpoint. However, when you get into more detail about this project you will see just how secret and covert it really is. Since the start of HAARP many people have had questions go unanswered and this lack of information is just another example of how projects are kept quiet. This is why we must have

  • The Northern Lights

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    Northern Lights I hardly see how one can begin to consider Shakespeare without finding some way to account for his pervasive presence in the most unlikely contexts: here, there, and everywhere at once. He is a system of northern lights, an aurora borealis visible where most of us will never go. Libraries and playhouses (and cinemas) cannot contain him; he has become a spirit or "spell of light," almost too vast to apprehend. Harold Bloom, Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human I don’t expect

  • Violence & Scars of The Past

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    In the novel, Solar Storms, violence plays a key and essential role of the story’s plot. The reader is able to observe both the traditional ways in which Angela's foremothers attempt to battle it as well as the current struggle of Angela's relatives to keep their land and water rights from the white government. Bush, whom was Angela's step-grandmother, informs the reader about the Native traditions when she tries to defend Angela from her mother, Hannah, abusive ways. Being convinced that Hannah

  • Coca Cola Advertising Essay

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    1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background Advertising is generally defined as the act of persuading people to one’s services or product. The Coca-Cola Company, founded in 1886 is one of the longest surviving brands in the world. Part of this reason is due to their ability in promoting their products through strong advertising and marketing. With the first few sales averaging a modest nine servings per day in Atlanta, the Coca-Cola beverages are estimated to be consumed at 1.9 billion globally today. 1.2 Literature

  • Argumentative Essay On Climate Change

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    Climate change is a long-term change in regional or global climate patterns. From the mid twentieth century to now, it has mostly been about a significant increase in average global temperatures. Climate change is a major issue in the world today, and a lot of people feel very differently about the cause of it. The common argument about it is whether climate change is a natural occurrence or if the recent increase in temperatures is because of humans. Climate change is a natural cycle in the

  • Benjamin Franklin

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    Benjamin Franklin-Scientist and Inventor Benjamin Franklin has influenced American technology, and indirectly, lifestyles by using his proficiencies and intelligence to conduct numerous experiments, arrive at theories, and produce several inventions. Franklin's scientific and analytical mind enabled him to generate many long lasting achievements which contributed to the development and refinement of modern technology. Few national heroes, including George Washington and Thomas Jefferson

  • The Jovian Planets

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    The Jovian Planets Far beyond Earth in the solar nebula lies an ice belt and beyond that lay the four Jovian planets. They are Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Jovian means "Jupiter- like" in which the rest of the jovian planets do coincide with the name. Uranus Neptune and Saturn, all carry the same traits as Jupiter. The jovian planets are large gas giants that contain mainly a thick atmosphere of Hydrogen and helium. These planets do not have solid surfaces, rather they just get denser with

  • The Roles of Women in Medieval Scandinavia

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    When people think about Medieval Scandinavia they usually think about a cold northern region inhabited by a warrior people who spend all of their time sailing around in Viking warships and plundering from one another or going to war with their neighbors. While our archaeological evidence from this period may be rather scarce, many cite the Scandinavian pagan religions as a evidence of this warrior society due to the fact that men were encouraged to fight in order to be chosen by the gods to live