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  • Using the Laws of Physics to Decrease Car Collisions

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    Every year, thousands of people lose their lives in car crashes. There are many factors that come into play when a car collision occurs, however only one factor stays constant throughout every single collision, and that is the laws of physics. The laws of physics are the fundamental base of understanding the world we live in, but unfortunately many people seem to be completely oblivious to them. A lot of the time, we try to deny our ignorance to physics but usually end up proving the opposite. For

  • Safe Driving

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    habits to maintain. For example, a while ago a young man was killed in an accident due to a bad habit: the driver was drinking and driving. As stated in a journal, “Alcohol involvement among drivers fifteen to twenty years old involved in fatal crashes, in 2003, numbers of surviving was 4227, and fatally injured was 3657”(Best, 663). Therefore, the numbers keep going each year and it is a reoccurring problem that can be stopped immediately. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

  • Fear

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    Knights in shining armor. Hope and courage. Different phrases with the same meaning. If so, then what does Death represent? Fear, despair, destruction, void. These loom omnipresent in this world, keeping us in order by fear of punishment, keeping us alive by influencing humans to distance ourselves from dangerous things, and freeze us in our steps at the slightest imagination of danger. Throughout the evolution of humankind, we have been wired for survival. The rule of nature is survival of the fittest

  • Health of High School students

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    From the early seventeenth century to the late eighteenth century, the east coast of North America was divided into thirteen English colonies. For most of this period, the colonists accepted English rule, even though they had no political representation in English Parliament. Their acquiescence ended in 1764, when Parliament began passing a series of legislative acts that heavily taxed the colonists without their consent. Leaders in the English government began to see the American colonies as

  • Reckless, Speeding Drivers Endanger Innocent Children

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    speeding cars. In fact, the Delaware Department of Transportation, or DELDOT, has gathered research proving that speeding in neighborhoods leads to a large number of fatalities and injuries. The Department of Transportation reports, “Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children of every age from 2-14 years” (“Barnstorming Neighborhoods”). Shockingly, this explains that out of every possible cause for the death of a child, getting hit by a car ranks as the number one most common

  • The Dangers of Texting While Driving

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    shows that that texting while driving is a widespread epidemic. When a survey asked teenagers whether they text and drive,“seventy five percent of teens admitted to texting while driving” (7).Distracted driving causes seventy-eight percent of car crashes(Bernstein). “No distraction causes as high of a risk of an accident as texting while driving” (Gardner). Also with these statistics, it is not hard to understand why accidents in teenagers that are driving have risen. The Bluetooth capability in cars

  • The Taste of Death

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    eagerly recruit. According to the Automobile Club of Southern California, our state has some of the nation's strictest laws for driving under the influence, which has contributed significantly to our state's sharp declines in drinking and driving crashes (1). Yet, when visiting Temecula wineries, no concern regarding this matter is evident. When questioned about their wine tasting protocol, representatives from all three of the largest tasting rooms, Thorton, Maurice Carrie, and Baily's, revealed

  • Should the Driving Age be Raised to 21?

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    driving age do not realize the negative effect that that would cause. For instance, if the age increased, teenagers would lose independence and freedom, parents would have to sacrifice their time and freedom, and even though teenagers die in car crashes every year, it would not decrease the overall number of deaths per year. Driving a car and obtaining a driver’s license does perhaps seem to provide people with a great sense of independence and freedom. Teenagers need to feel independent in order

  • Texting And Driving Essay

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    distraction (Kaplan 1). Texting while driving is a widespread damage. “ Driver distractions have become a national problem, especially because cell phones use has increased (Jackson 1).” The National Safety Council estimates that nearly 28% of all vehicle crashes, or about 1.6 million each year, can be linked to talking on a cell phone or texting while driving (Jackson 1). And U.S. teens between the ages of 16 and 17, some 26 percent have texted from behind the wheel according to a Pew Internet & American

  • Proper Aircraft Maintenance

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    As the development of aviation industry grows, more and more aircraft crashes occur. There are many reasons that lead to aircraft crashes, but one of them, is because of improper aircraft maintenance. Why is proper aircraft maintenance so important? Proper aircraft maintenance is critical in order to keep the aircraft can function properly, every aircraft part is in good condition and ensure the safety of pilots and passengers. Proper maintenance has many parts. The most common part is inspections