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  • The Deep

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    him on a project spanning multiple years. Nicknamed “Project Atlantis” by the students, engineers, and Dr. Denton himself (and fueled by eccentric, wealthy donors and well-off engineers), the project focused on the creation and testing of extreme deep-water machinery. But not by using some kind of robot- but by using people. They spent years of their lives attempting to develop submarines and suits, when used in unison, that would allow human beings to travel to the bottom of the deepest points

  • Deep

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    Ideally, classrooms in any colleges or institutions should facilitate learning no matter what subject is being taught, no matter how many students will attend, no matter what; there are no exceptions. In “Intercultural Communication Stumbling Blocks” by LaRay M. Barna discusses the difficulty of understanding each other culturally facilitates learning process. Therefore, Barna suggests that learning can be easier if we understand each other better. In “Creativity in the Classroom” by Ernest L. Boyer

  • Deep Ecology

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    Deep Ecology/Ecosophy      The ideas behind deep ecology have major implications today. They allow people to think more profoundly about the environment and possibly come to a better understanding of their own meaning. People are intensely concerned about the world’s technological adolescence, massive consumerism, and overpopulation. A man named Arne Naess, former head of the philosophy department at the University of Oslo founded an idea that can direct people’s

  • The Deep Web

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    Today my purpose is to inform you how to access the deep web and about the wonders and dangers of the deep web. First, in order to connect to the deep web, users must connect to a special browser software in order to peel back the onion-like layers of the web. Because user must connect to a special server to access this information, a simple Google search will not bring up any results from the Deep Web. The most common way to connect to the Deep Web is using a software called The Onion Router, commonly

  • Ocean Deep

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    Snelgrove and Grassle in The Deep Sea: Desert and Rainforest published in Oceanus, volume 38 in 1995 argue that the popular belief that the deep sea is little more than an “ocean desert” is a pure fallacy. Contrary to such thinking a multitude of benthic organisms dwell on the ocean bottom; despite the frigid temperatures and high pressure, a large heterogeneity of creatures, rivaling in variety and number those inhabiting tropical rainforests, thrive in this environment. The “analogy of the ocean

  • Deep in Thought

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    in and one for eating and watching television. I thought I’d walk to my grandma’s house, as she would be lonely and scared. As I stepped out my front door, locking it behind me I thought, “I must be careful where I stand as the ice is thick and deep.” I walked cautiously out of the street making sure I was steady on my feet and wasn’t going to fall. I was wrapped head to toe with clothing-my eyes were the only part of me showing. I felt like the abominable snowman, as I was the only soul on the

  • Deep Thoughts

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    Rozan Al koleb is a painter who I have known for 4 years. She is 22 years old, and she likes to draw an unusual painting. Her interesting paintings g " Deep Thoughts ” created in 2012, and the size of this painting is painting is 16.5 x 11.7 inches. She used watercolor, and her style is expressionism style. There are black Arabic words on the light yellow background, and a woman with large forehead in the middle. Down on the left side, she signed the double P with a red pen. The woman who has

  • A Deep Connection

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    infamous for its boisterous bars. I noticed, a grand theater and street named after Eugene O’Neill. Of course, in my naiveté, I did not know why the city of New London had given such homage this man. Truth be told, I had recently learned about the deep connection between Susan Glaspell and Eugene O ‘Neill. They are the two most influential Playwrights in our American history. “They are the founders of the Provincetown Players, the first modern American theater company. Glaspell and O’Neill became

  • Skin Deep

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    Skin Deep We drove all the way down to New Jersey. We usually reserve NY/NJ trips for Korean grocery shopping and long weekends. It was a perfectly nice March day out—brisk, but sunny, with just enough warmth for a light jacket. This was my dad’s idea. I was pretty against the whole thing, but I decided to give it a try; it wouldn’t hurt to try, would it? Ever since I was young I have had scars on my face from a severe case of chicken pox. The doctors worried that my face would be scarred much


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    Dusk has fallen, and now it’s just starting to penetrate the canopy of the forest. The trees seem to be dancing to the music of the evening breeze and the gentle rustle of leafs compliment the overall atmosphere. The songs of birds have been totally replaced by an orchestra of crickets and other insects, and I seem to be their sole audience. My eyes peer into the gloom trying to make out what lies ahead, without much success. Soon I realize that I have to let my other senses take over in order