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    Comparing Weight Loss Diets and Energy Supply Ironically, for a country where the majority of its population is considered obese by its own standards, dieting is more popular than ever in the United States. With the heightened popularity of dieting in American culture, it’s no surprise that a plethora of commercially endorsed weight-loss diets exist, however the effectiveness of these diets vary. Despite the large amount of existing weight-loss diets, a substantial amount of popular diets

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    The Five Hour Energy Supply

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    The Five Hour Energy Supply The small drink that promises big energy and alertness without have jitters plays a role in most teenage and adult lives. This 5- Hour Energy’s audience is multitasking, working professionals. The market demand has increased a tremendous amount since the product had hit the store shelves in the year 2004. Each bottle contains high doses of vitamin B, caffeine, and energy blend. "This is a no-nonsense drink," Sperber said. "It is not a fashion statement. It doesn't

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    Following Hubbert (1956) and his Peak Oil theory, there was a remarkable increase in the efforts made by the environmentalist to find replacements to oil as a way of satisfying the world energy demands, but one century before nearly all energy already came from renewable sources. Even when the first use of biomass for fire is well documented several hundreds of years ago, it is widely accepted that its use did not become common until much later. Related to sustainability measures to reduce the

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    Using Photosynthesis to Supply Clean Energy

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    Photosynthesis to Supply Clean Energy Introduction One of the things that most intrigues scientists is the ability to create new methods to harness clean energy. This desire to discover new ways of producing clean energy has lead scientists at Stanford University and other universities to discover a way to harness the electricity produced during the process of photosynthesis. After the initial experiment scientists saw photosynthesis as a viable means to harness and produce energy for the public

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    For electricity to be generated there is a need for a source of energy. Some of these sources will include Wind, liquid water forced to move at high velocity or steam projected at high pressure. The energy harnessed from these sources is used to run large turbine devices which in turn run attached generators that produce electricity that is the extracted and distributed. These sources produce mechanical and kinetic energy that is extracted by massive turbine devices that have blades spinning at great

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    Environmental Effects of Fossil Fuels

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    this is kept in the atmosphere for such a long time it is very difficult to see or predict the harmful effects of this gas. Nearly fifty percent of the nitrogen oxide in the atmosphere is directly produced by coal. According to www.eia.gov the US energy supply and demand predicts that annual coal usage will increase from 1146 million short tons to 1175 million short tons. This means that the environmental detriments from coal usage will only increase. Currently, there is no sure way to relieve the environmental

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    consumerism

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    astronomical profits. On an anti-consumerism website, these chilling statistics are given to show that America and the world’s richest are destroying our planet rapidly. “The United States, which has 6% of the world's population, uses 30% of the world's energy supply. 20% of the worlds population, (in other words its wealthy consumer class), is responsible for over 50% of its 'greenhouse effect' atmospheric pollutants, 90% of its ozone-depleting CFC gases, 96% of its radioactive waste... and so on “(enviroweb

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    Do Humans Use 100% of Their Brains?

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    vast majority of the brain is active (2). Perhaps this is an evolutionary adaptation: to conserve energy and prevent an electrical and chemical overload from all the neurons firing and inhibiting. The brain is about 3 pounds, using an inproportionate 20% of the bodys oxygen- rich blood, but is only 2% of the bodys total weight (3). The significance of the brain receiving so much of the bodys energy supply, reveals its ability to perform important functions. The heart and the lungs main function is to

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    was able to put it together logically . He showed a strong sense of his audience’s needs by grouping the results of the research articles under clear topics. Introduction The human body uses creatine phosphate to produce ATP, the primary energy supply for working muscles. Creatine phosphate is formed through an enzymatic process from creatine, which is composed of the amino acids arginine, methionine, and glycine. Creatine is produced primarily in the liver, but may also be made in the pancreas

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    Biomagnetic Therapy

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    (2) says that, in addition to relieving pain and discomfort, magnets can reduce inflammation and stress, improve circulation, help the body ward off invaders such as viruses, bacteria, and fungi, correct central nervous system disorders, enhance energy supply, quicken healing, increase athletic endurance and performance, and positively influence conditions such as aging, amputees with phantom pain, appendicitis, asthma and bronchitis, breast fissures, burns, cancer, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Cervicitis

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