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  • The Downside of Genetically Modified Organisms

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    Although having seeds that can thrive in extreme environments may sound like a good idea, the side effects may change one’s opinion. GMO’s aren’t as good as they seem because they may contain a high level of allergens, they have killed and deformed some test subjects, and they haven’t had as strict tests as they should. Because these products do not have a designated label explaining what they contain, a high level of allergens can cause serious problems with some people when they ingest them unknowingly

  • Introduction, Upsides and Downsides, Conclusion of Starbucks

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    Introduction Whenever people think of coffee, they will think of the name Starbucks. What is Starbucks? Starbucks Corporation is an American global coffee company and coffeehouse chain. Starbucks opens their first store in Seattle’s Pike Place Market back in 1971, they were only a roaster and retailer of whole bean and ground coffee, tea and spices. Today, Starbucks have more than 19000 retail stores in all over the world. The mission of Starbucks is “to inspire and nurture the human spirit – one

  • Benefits and Downsides to the Double Gloving System

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    layers of protection instead of one, for instance. Greater protection from pathogens is implied in this system. One might assume that in clinical settings, it would be foolish not to require healthcare workers to double-glove. There are, however, downsides to the double-glove system, as well as lack of improvement in preventing the spread of pathogens when comparing double-gloving to single-gloving. These factors must also be explored before double-gloving can be crowned as a superior method for protecting

  • Cell Phones: The Psychological Upsides and Downsides

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    In 2010, there was an estimated 5.3 billion cell phone users in the world. With that many people using this technology, people began to weigh the risks and benefits. While there are many advantages of owning and using a cell phone, there are also many disadvantages. There are many reasons why people choose to use cell phones. It makes it easier to access social media sites, gives in to impulsivity, the need to belong, and boosts self-esteem. Most teenagers find cell phones critical to preserving

  • Analysis Of The Downside Of Cohabiting Before Marriage

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    most religions disapprove this kind of act, couples believe that this will help their relationship lead into the direction of marriage. This is not always true. A woman named Meg Gay writes an excellent article in The New York Times called, “The Downside of Cohabiting Before Marriage.” Her point is straight to it because her opinion is stated in the title of her article. Meg Gay is a clinical psychologist at the University of Virginia, who confesses about one of her own clients stories about cohabiting

  • Fashion Theory: The Downsides Of Strict Dress Codes

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    Zane Wood Kari Carter 31 December 2017 The Downsides of Strict Dress Codes We all have a sense of individuality but is it worth giving it up for a chance to fit in with the crowd? Does the use of school uniforms constrict the freedom of expression or is it possible that conformity provides useful benefits for participants? Are uniforms a tangible measure of the amount of control a school needs to provide to reach their educational goals or a distraction from the real issues that may be at hand?

  • Downside of Technology Exposed in Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury

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    Technology; the use of science in industry, engineering, etc., to invent useful things or to solve problems. It is amazing how technologies significantly affect human as well as other animal species' ability to control and adapt to their natural environments. It affected us so much we use technology for alternatives uses; Entertainment. However, can it improve the human conditions or worsen it? In the book, Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury describes the negative ways of how technology could ruin our

  • Downside of Technology Exposed in Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury

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    Not only do people want to keep to themselves, they also seem to be fond of hurting each other. In the book Fahrenheit 451, everyone is supposed to be the same. Nobody is supposed to be smarter. There are firemen that burn any books that are found. There is a fireman named Guy Montag who questions these rules. He rebels and joins a group of people that feel the same way. The lack of communication and interaction has caused people to become insensitive, uncaring and unkind to each other. People

  • Downside of Technology Exposed in Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury

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    Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 accurately portrays a world in which addictive technologies desensitize society and as a result, make them more prone towards inappropriate behaviors. In today’s society, highly addicting video games involving strong violence and language, explicit sexuality and crime often lead to inappropriate behaviors. Role playing games or RPGs allow us to step into a virtual world, cutting ourselves off from worldly distractions. Nowadays, the age range for people who play these

  • The Downside of War in Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s Slaughter House Five

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    The Downside of War in Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s Slaughter House Five Many people view soldiers in war to have nothing more than a duty that they must perform; so they see war as being outrageous or ridiculous. In the novel Slaughter House Five (1968),written by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., Billy Pilgrim, who is a soldier in World War II, is captured and becomes a prisoner of war. Billy is seen as the protagonist. He is moved to various prison camps until he finally ends up in Dresden. Dresden is bombed and