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    Technology in Greg Bear's Blood Music

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    Greg Bear's Blood Music Different genres of literature are particular responses to society; therefore, cyberpunk, as a genre, is a response to our contemporary society, known as the information age. One of the attributes given the genre is that it has an apocalyptic or post-apocalyptic tone, warning the reader of the perils of technology, while at the same time celebrating the possibilities of technology, usually through a strong character in the novel. In Greg Bear's Blood Music, technology

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    Does Music Affect Blood Pressure?

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    in Figs.1-4). His initial blood pressure was 92/53 mmHg; this stayed consistent throughout the entire experiment. The first genre of music that was tested was rock music (Fall Out Boy: My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark). The first time the experiment was performed, his blood pressure was 98/55 mmHg, the second time it was 99/56 mmHg, the third time it was 99/55 mmHg, and the fourth time it was 98/56 mmHg. The second genre of music that was tested was country music (Carrie Underwood ft. Sons

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    Phases

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    itself is quite simple: What is real? The idea of reality is significantly more complex: What makes something real? This is the sort of question that depends greatly on the individuals interpretation of the reality that surrounds them. In the novel Blood Music, Greg Bear shares his thoughts on how people within a rapidly changing reality are affected. Bear explores several theories that help answer questions like: What if reality as we know it could be altered? How would this changing reality affect the

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    little distance in the novel category between The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, Dune, and Stranger in a Strange Land; in the novelette category, "The Big Front Yard" was only just ahead of "The Bicentennial Man", "Sandkings", "Unicorn Variations" and "Blood Music"; and in the Short Story category, "I Have No Mouth and I must Scream" was a little more convincingly ahead of "Neutron Star", "'Repent, Harlequin!' Said the Ticktockman", and "The Star".

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    Blood Music by Greg Bear and Movie The Matrix Throughout the novel Blood Music, by Greg Bear, remarkable similarities to the movie Matrix are observed. From the fact that both stories create an entirely new world to the main characters ultimately being in control, these two stories are one in the same. Seen in both the novel and the movie, the question of what is real? arises quite often. The characters also share the quality of being in more than one place at a time. The most incredible occurrence

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    The first potential risk of listening to music under anesthesia involving the cardiovascular system is the concentration of the anesthetic. Since each individual has his or her own way of processing anesthetics, each individual metabolizes the drugs at their own rate. When the brain processes auditory stimuli, heart rate can increase, causing an increased metabolism. This increased metabolism allows the body to metabolize the anesthetic faster, potentially causing a patient to become more conscious

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    When studying for classes, many students believe a beneficial aid for focusing is putting on background music. While most may think this is a good idea, the music or outside stimulus can affect the focusing of a person in a negative way, causing impaired performance. Although having a distraction like this while studying or performing a daily task may not sound so bad, having doctors listen to music while operating on patients raises some concerns. Since a majority of people have at least one operation

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    Blood Pressure And Reducing Your Risk High blood pressure commonly also called as silent killer affects every one in three adult in India. High blood pressure or hypertension is growing in alarming rate bringing concerns of doctors, health experts and nutritionists. There is no proven facts about why a person suffers from blood pressure, although only through regular health check ups you would be aware of your high blood pressure. Health experts believe that blood pressure can be due to various

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    Ice Scream

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    logical. Reasonably speaking, sugar does have the potential to cause the typical human to have violent outbursts. It has been well documented that sugar raises blood pressure by causing an insulin release from the pancreas. Insulin has an inflammatory effect on all parts of the body it comes in contact with, which includes the lining of blood vessels. When the lining of blo... ... middle of paper ... ... On the other hand, there’s always the possibility that murderers simply have a sweet tooth

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    intensive care units to pulmonary step-down units for the weaning process (Hunter, Bryan C., et al 2015 pg 200).” Researcher have decided to take a different approach to easing the stress and anxiety related to ventilated patients by the using soothing music instead of pharmaceutical

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