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    A map projection is defined as “a geometrical transformation of the earth’s spherical or ellipsodial surface onto a flat map surface.” Although many things have been written about these projections, people still find this subject to be one of the most contraversial aspects of map use. Many professionals admit that they don’t completely understand map projections. This shortcoming unfortunately can have consequenes. First, it hinders their abilty to understand to understand the international relationships

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    What Happened Next in Rip Van Winkle ? Rip Van Winkle acquired a belief the day he fell asleep---July 3, 1766, say---a belief that that day was a fine day. He held this belief under the character ``Today [the day of this thought] is nice.'' Then he slept for twenty years and two days, until July 5, 1786, and walked back to town.  What happened next? The possibility that struck Kaplan and Evans is that Rip merely updated his belief. On July 3rd he never forms any explicit belief other than ``Today

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    We have eyes to see with, ears to hear with, why then do we err? We have been blessed with five senses that we are expected to survive with. But as technologies improve and our knowledge is broadened, the more we realize that our senses are not as glorious as previously thought. Indeed, man has been blessed with eyes and ears, yet he still errs. What he sees before him, is it correct? What he hears and what he is told, is it inaccurate? Our perception of our world has been shaped by centuries

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    in 1728, Lambert died at the age of forty-nine. He is widely regarded for his invention of the Hygrometer, which is used to measure moisture in the air. Lambert is also credited for his achievement in Lambert-Beer-Bouguer Law and Transverse Mercator Projection. Johann Heinrich Lambert didn’t come from the wealthiest of families. His parents were tailors. Therefore, at the age of twelve, recognizing his family’s financial condition, Lambert ceased traditional education and dropped out of school. He

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    Geographic Greece

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    -     6241 miles NE of Dallas, Texas -     324 miles S of Sofia, Bulgaria -     457 miles SSW of Bucharest, Romania -     646 miles ESE of Rome, Italy Size: Greece = Alabama Mercator Map of Greece ca. 1598 Conic Map of Greece o     Equidistant Conic Projection Planar Map of Southern Europe o      Using azimuthal equidistant projection PLACE Physical Characteristics Physical Characteristics o     LAND USE -     8% permanent crops -     41% permanent pastures -     20% forest and woodlands -     19

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    Buddhism and the Matrix

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    yearning, which keeps humans locked in an illusion until they are able to recognize that their reality is false and they are able to renounce this false sense of self. This is related to the matrix because Morpheus explains it to be merely a “mental projection of your digital self,” and ...

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    Sports and Gender

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    and aesthetic pleasure (based on largely male standards). A sport is labeled as masculine if it involves the following: 1) attempts to physically overpower the opponent(s) by bodily contact; 2) a direct use of bodily force to a heavy object; 3) a projection of the body into or through space over distance; and 4) face-to-face competition in situations in which bodily contact may occur. These characteristics are believed to be appropriate expressions of masculine attributes such as aggressiveness, effectiveness

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    Trusting and childlike, she begs her husband not to leave her home alone. He admonishes her for doubting him. There is no reason to conclude that Faith has anything but perfect trust in Goodman Brown. Any such idea that he may have is merely a projection of his own feelings of guilt and shame (Colacurcio 390). Hawthorne never describes Faith in anything other than tender and glowing terms. She is all that Goodman Brown could hope for in a wife. He himself refers to her as "a blessed angel on earth"

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    The Malignant American in Surfacing

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    however, uses the word in the context of her guilt over her abortion and consequent emotional numbness.  The narrator's vituperative definition of American as an individual who is unempathetic and destructive is largely attributable to the narrator's projection of her own feelings of emotional dysfunction and guilt. Consider an individual who is incapable of empathy.  Such a person has the potential to be enormously destructive to their surroundings.  Without the ability to identify with others

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    Project Plutarch

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    Project Plutarch The chronometer superimposed over the edge of Floyd Garcia's vision displayed the year 28, A.D. This was the farthest projection yet, by nearly a thousand years, and at this temporal distance the computers were having trouble keeping up with the uncertainty calculations. This made the scene quite nauseating as Floyd adjusted the Virtual reality goggles and wiped the sweat from the place where the cushioned rim was held firmly against his cheeks by the tight elastic headband

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