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    be (essentialism). Education as defined by Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary is “the action or process of education or being educated.” I believe that the way education was presented in the past worked well and that education should remain to be taught the same. For education to be taught the same as it were in the past, many things have to change. There are too many electives being taught in public schools today, there is too much acceptance on certain things like tardiness, absences, and behavior

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    to. In The Mole People, by Jennifer Toth, the eighty’s are referred to as the “decade of the tunnels” (Toth 14) because that is when the police found all of the homeless underground. From what the police saw down there they saw it all as not being fit for human living, but isn’t that the case for some above ground as well? There are locations through out the entire world that are seen as unfit to live in, and in some cases, like in third world countries, the entire country is seen in that way

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    Charles Darwin's Theory of Evolution

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    their implications paved the way for Darwin's explanation of Evolution. The term "Survival of the Fittest" has been made synonymous with Darwinian ideology, yet to fully understand this idea we need to know what it truly means to be "fit." As discussed in class, being fit does not necessarily imply fitness on a physical or mental level. Rather, the principle entails how well-suited one is for its environment or a readiness for a species to adapt, whether to a new habitat or possibly changes in food

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    body mass. Advertisements for diets can sometimes be very dangerous though. Pretty well all the people used in these particular ads are slim and beautiful and it can therefor be very misinterpreting to someone who is overweight. The pressure of being fit can lead to very damaging disorders such as anorexia and bulimia. These two very serious conditions affect a very large amount of women and men in North America these days and can be quite lethal if not cured. So it is important to be careful not

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    considered overweight or obese? Staying fit is important because you deserve it. You want to live up to your fullest potential and be as fit as you can be. It helps how you feel about yourself. The body is the same way. You can go through life without performing and living our best, but if you do that you are just hurting yourself.You wouldn’t be living up to how great you could be. When we don’t exercise and stay healthy the body becomes more stressed. Being overweight hurts the heart, lungs, and

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    For years, so called experts have argued that strength training is harmful for prepubescent children, and therefore should be done away with for this age group. A lot of this has to do with the fact that the definition of strength training was being looked at narrow-mindedly in that it was directly linked to power-lifting. However, strength training exercises are not only about finding your three rep max on the bench press or back squat. Instead they are "exercises designed to increase an individual's

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    Divergent

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    If I were to be born into a specific faction, I believe I would most likely relate with the Dauntless group. This faction believes in its members being brave and showing random acts of bravery with everything they do. This includes standing up for other people and also standing up for what you believe in and what you know is right. The Dauntless manifesto states, “We believe in ordinary acts of bravery, in the courage that drives one person to stand up for another… We believe in shouting for those

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    Unfortunately, the proposal fails to take into account several major flaws in the law and its implementation. The first problem the proposal is its principle of removing judicial discretion, severely hindering a judge's ability to make the punishment fit the crime. One man in Washington is faced with life in prison if convicted of his third felony: stealing $120 from a sandwich shop by putting his finger in his pocket and pretending to have a gun. His prior two convictions were for similar crimes. While

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    Research Paper

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    Intro In today’s world, it is a difficult thing to escape technology. Although technology has made life easier, it has also made it more sedimentary. Technology has now ingrained itself in the way we play and in this research paper I will be discussing how technology has affected the way we play. For the research paper I choose the subject of active gaming because playing video games is one of my favorite pastimes. Also as a father, I now see my children showing interest in video games and my concern

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    Capital Punishment: Argumentation Essay The death penalty is a controversial issue to discuss. There are some who believe that the crime should fit the punishment. There are also many people who oppose the death penalty. They believe that life imprisonment without the possibility of parole is a just punishment. I am strongly opposed to the death penalty for many different reasons both moral and ethical. My strongest reason for opposing the death penalty is a moral one. In the Bible, the first

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