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    Being different from environmentalism, green engineering is to develop a better method to produce and solve the problems concerning both environmental needs and human being’s desires. This eventually creates a perfect cycle which human waste promotes the environment and the environment’s waste contributes to human development. People cannot live or even survive without others’ assistance and compromise, in the same way humans heavily depend on the environment. So, green engineering is putting the

  • Cyber Mission Assurance – Defining a Framework

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    america’s cyberspace: National plan for information systems protection: Version 1.0: An invitation to dialogue. The White House, Washington, DC: author. Retrieved from Winter, M. W. (1995). Software fault tree analysis of an automated control system device written in ada. (Master’s thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA). Retrieved from

  • American Symbolism and Mythology

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    the cherry tree, and how Washington admitted saying “Father, I Can Not Tell a Lie; I Cut the Tree."(23) In the story George is a young boy who has a hatchet and starts using it in the garden, eventually cutting down a small cherry tree; and when his father asks about it he admits what he has done wrong instead of lying about it. Washington is extremely glorified in his character, people saw him as a hero and he was portrayed as a hero through many paintings and myths just like in the cherry tree

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    Josephine Tey’s The Daughter of Time shows how Grant, a bed ridden detective, challenges the accounts of the past of Richard the Third and his own ability. As the characters dive into the past and unravel the unquestioned mystery of this documented murder, Grant and his friends find more reasons that the tales are untrue, slightly if not completely. As shown in the book, history is written by the people with pens and authority. History has been constructed in many ways with lies and truth, sometimes

  • Romulus and Remus

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    begin their nation. George Washington carried along with him many legends, two of the most famous ones were about a cherry tree and a silver dollar. The first, begins when Washington was just a young lad. He chopped down a cherry tree, and when his father found the tree fallen to the ground, Washington admitted to his father, "I cannot tell a lie, I chopped down the cherry tree." By doing this it brought a sense of honesty to an office which carried so much power that could be abused. The

  • Hatchet

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    far from the lake where his water was. He found a cherry tree and because he was very hungry, he ate his fill. He filled his windbreaker with cherries to eat later and then managed to find a cave for shelter. He slept very well, but in the morning when he awoke, he saw a bear in the cave. He was terrified, because the bear was only about 20 feet away eating his cherries out of his windbreaker. The bear only looked at Brian and then left. The cherries must have been enough to curb his appetite! The

  • All Quiet On The Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque

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    At the beginning of the 20th Century, the great powers of the world engaged in the largest war concerning deaths in modern times. This war, which is often called the Great War, or World War I, had serious consequences that have affected our world today a great deal. Many great novels were written this century dealing with the Great War. One book, All Quiet on the Western Front, has been considered a classic and possibly "the greatest war novel of all time." The story follows the adventures of a German

  • Knowledge In History

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    Much of the knowledge we believe as accurate facts today is susceptible to being exchanged for new facts in the future. In history, knowledge is considered historical facts. In the human sciences, knowledge refers to scientific findings from that are considered scientific laws, theories, and behaviors. As time progresses, more research and analysis is conducted in history and the human sciences to ensure that the knowledge we “accept” today are accurate, correct in all details. If experts in each

  • 'The Year Of Living Biblically By Jacobs's' The Year Of Living Biblically?

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    I did not have a religious upbringing, excluding the few half-hearted attempts at taking my sister and I to church and the local church preschool, my parents largely left us to ourselves when it came to religion. My preschool experience was soured by the concerned teachers who wrongly assumed that I was drawing devils on my papers, when in fact, they were obviously vampires. My grandma cried when my parents did not baptize me, and my grandpa has called more than once, worried that I did not “know

  • The Pros And Cons Of Global Warming

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    summer homes, some amphibians are depositing their eggs weeks before they once were, and butterflies are being seen earlier than ever before. In Alaska, trees are being found in places that were once too cold for them to survive and in Europe, mountain tree lines are advancing to higher altitudes because of the warmer air. Malaria-carrying mosquitoes (Culicidae) and fire ants (Solenopsis) are moving to places that were once too cold for them with the increase in the earth’s temperature. (Theis 90) The