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    Evolution Of Weapons

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    A weapon, according to Oxford Dictionary, is defined as “a thing designed or used for inflicting bodily harm or physical damage”. Due to the fact that humans have always fought and killed each other, it is hard to determine an exact time in which weapons were first used, but according to ancient cave paintings dating back from 10,000 to 5,000 BC weapons such as bows were used. Over centuries weapons steadily advance till the 16th century when guns were invented. In the beginning of the 19th century

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    Weapons on Campus

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    allowed to carry a weapon to protect ourselves and our families from those that want to bring harm to us. Gun control is a topic that seems to be one of our nation’s biggest concerns. Every night it seems as if we watch a new horror story of innocent lives being taken by bullets from a locally bought gun. Our free nation has become a war zone right before our eyes. Our schools and college campuses have become the target to those who abuse the rights to carry a concealed weapon. Our constitution states

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    my weapon

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    my weapon wake up! wake up! did you hear me say WAKE THE FUCK UP!? serene sunlight gleaming in my eyes i slowly rise with a crooked-face expression, eyebrows half way off my face, the taste of that overnight blunt stapled to the tip of my tongue and shopping through my taste buds. i take a deep breath, inhaling life into my lungs and salute the new day as a blessing. i see a pen resting. it's pleading me to pick it up and filter my being. gotta have it, so i grab it. feel the fragile but fluent

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    Weapons of War

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    Weapons of War “War on Iraq” and “sexual identity” showcase instructive new tactics for contemporary politics. If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. In conventional warfare. The US military no longer needs nuclear weapons for its better-publicized outings when they’ve built a 10-ton conventional bomb and aren’t above firebombing civilian centers. At a moment when anti-militarist criticism had crystallized around activism against specialized forms of military machinery (the Bradley was too expensive

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    Medieval Weapons

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    Medieval Weapons Medieval society, in spite of its stereotypes, was not inherently more violent than modern society. “Although there was no state in the modern sense, and therefore no set of laws that inherently took away the power of the average man or woman to exercise violence, the violence of the day was considered differently, and with out the inherent sense of criminality that accompanies it today. Our understanding of the weapons of the medieval world is skewed by the vast disarming of

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    Assault Weapons

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    past fifteen years. In all of these instances assault weapons and semi-automatic assault weapons have been used to slaughter men, women, and children. Due to this issue the common citizen bearing an assault weapon is prominent in the United States, also due to the loose gun laws, the lack of mental assistance, and the video games we play today. We currently have no nationwide laws passed by Congress regarding the use of semi-automatic assault weapons. However, some states have decided to create their

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    Medieval Siege Weapons

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    Medieval Siege Weapons This is a brief paragraph or two on each of the major siege weapons. For the not just the besiegers but also the defenders. Please note most of these weapons were not used alone and often had many different versions of the same weapon. KNIGHT At age seven a son of a noble family was sent to a nobleman or lord, often who was a relative. Here he was a page and taught how to ride a horse, and his manners. At the age of fourteen he was apprenticed to a knight. As the squire

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    Chemical Weapons - Weapons of Mass Destruction Chemical weapons and their use is one of the most important issues facing the world today. Not only is the use of such weapons highly controversial, but also the very idea of such weapons of mass destruction being in the hands of dangerous leaders. Next to nuclear weapons they are the most feared, and the prospect of these weapons not only concerns people, but also frightens them. As a result of these fears, America has entered a new war that could

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    mental illness, lack of parental control and illegal gun sales as other factors that can contribute in the negligent use of concealed weapons and the safety of Americans. Having worked in law enforcement for the past twenty years, I can attest that the typical criminal background check only allows gun sellers limited information regarding persons purchasing weapons. These bac...

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    Nuclear Weapons

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    Nuclear Weapons In the beginning The Atomic Bomb was constructed to end a war and save lives. Since that time fear and power have risen because of the threat of world destruction. Coming from Los Alamos, New Mexico a town that makes nuclear weapons I have a different view than most. In Los Alamos we always have protesters with big signs calling the scientist, that work at The Los Alamos National Laboratory, killers. Now when I drive by and see these signs I can not help but think of my father

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