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    Influential Tube

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    Influential Tube Time has brought about a new past time for this generation of children. Within the grab bag of talk shows, one has surfaced to be the most talked about and harshly recognized. The infamous Jerry Springer Show. The Jerry Springer Show has perfected the ability to taint our airways with unfavorable materials. The show could have a damaging effect on children because it contains the ingredients that can influence them to adopt the unacceptable behaviors of its guests. Many mature

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    Osmosis in Potato Tubes

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    Osmosis in Potato Tubes Osmosis: Osmosis is the movement of water molecules through a semi-permeable membrane from a high concentration to a low concentration. Diagram: [IMAGE] [IMAGE] Aim: To see the effects of different concentration of sugar solution on Osmosis in potato tubes. Key factor: In the investigation we change the sugar solution from: 0%-10%-20%-30%-40%-50% this is the independent variable; the dependant variable is the change in mass. Prediction:

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    The Focal Length of The Lens in the Tube Plan I plan to set up the apparatus as shown below and change 'b'. To then make the image focus, I will have to change 'c'. When the image is focused, I will measure 'c' and also the magnification of the image. Using this information I will then be able to calculate 'a'. [IMAGE] Hypothesis ========== I predict that using the equations stated in the justification, after measuring values for 'c' and 'm'. I will be able to plot them on

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    According to the Encyclopædia Britannica (2014), a neural tube defect is “any congenital defect of the brain and spinal cord as a result of abnormal development of the neural tube.” This birth defect is “the most common congenital defect of the central nervous system, affecting the brain and/or spinal cord of 300,000 newborns worldwide each year” (Ricks et al., 2012, p. 391). The exact cause of these central nervous system defects is unknown, but there are many contributing factors that are evidenced

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    an emergency and hospital setting, two tools stand above the available options in maintaining a patient’s airway in an respiratory emergency; the endotracheal tube and the dual lumen combitube. The Endotracheal tube is an airway management device used in both emergency and surgical medicine settings. Depending on manufacturer, an ET tube ranges from twenty four to twenty seven centimeters in length and varies in width per patient age, size, and gender. The distal end is fitted with a universal adapter

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    An Investigation to Observe the Effect of Different Sugared Solutions on the Mass of Potato Tubes Introduction: Diffusion is the natural random movement of gas and liquid particles, from a high concentration of that substance to a low concentration. An example of diffusion in body is in the lungs. Oxygen in the alveolar air spaces diffuses in to the blood capillaries. Osmosis it the diffusion of water particles through a partially permeable membrane, from an area of high concentration to

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    Between day twenty-five and twenty-seven of pregnancy, normally before a woman even knows she is pregnant, the neural tube that ultimately becomes the brain and spinal cord begins to develop and eventually close. When the neural tube fails to close, the outcome is a neural tube defect called anencephaly. Anencephaly is a congenital birth defect and is characterized by the absence of the prosencephalon (fore-brain), cerebrum, cerebellum, and cranium. Part of the brain-stem is usually present. The

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    Trouble with the Tube

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    When I was growing up, our parents allowed us only a small amount of virtual entertainment including television. Even before we could be in the same room as the television, we had to meet a few requirements; our homework had to be completed, our rooms had to look decent, and we had to have our chores thoroughly completed. Even after all these things were completed, we found little interest in actually watching television, instead, we would usually end up in our backyard playing soccer, drawing on

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    Violence On The Tube

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    Violence on the Tube One Saturday morning many years ago, I was watching an episode of the ‘ Roadrunner' on television. As Wile E. Coyote was pushed off of a cliff by the Roadrunner for the fourth or fifth time, I started laughing uncontrollably. I then watched a ‘Bugs Bunny' show and started laughing whenever I saw Elmer Fudd shoot Daffy Duck and his bill went twirling around his head. The next day, I pushed my brother off of a cliff and shot my dog to see if its head would twirl

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    The Old Tube

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    Over 1 Billion individuals visit the most popular video viewing website, YouTube, every year. YouTube is a website where anyone can upload videos and share them with the world! In fact, over 100 Hours of video are being uploaded every Minute! By the time you're done reading this paper, hundreds and hundreds of hours of video will have been uploaded! But, how did YouTube start? Where did the idea come from and how did it become the most popular video viewing website? The idea of YouTube was created

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