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Anabolic Steroids
Anabolic Steroids
Anabolic Steroids The History of Steroids During the 1930ís scientists discovered that Anabolic Steroids could facilitate the growth of muscle (skeletal) in laboratory animals. This discovery paved the way for steroids to be introduced for human use. Throughout the following decade the trend of steroids became more pronounced, the first documented use of anabolic steroids dates back to World War 2; it is believed Hitlerís German soldiers were administered steroids to increase their confidence an
The Port of Halifax; a System Strained by Globalization
The Port of Halifax; a System Strained by Globalization
The Port of Halifax; a System Strained by Globalization Logan Horrocks A00372572 Geography of Transportation Dr. Ryan Gibson November 9th 2015 The Port of Halifax is located on the East Coast of Canada with direct access to the Atlantic ocean. The basin is situated between the municipalities of Halifax (to the south west) and Dartmouth (to the north east). The Port of Halifax has several locational advantages. It remains ice free all year long, the tides have little impact on vessels and there a
Londonís Airport Expansion
Londonís Airport Expansion
Logan Horrocks A00372572 November 30th 2015 Londonís Airport Expansion The expansion of the Heathrow airport will best serve the city of London, allowing it to remain a major European hub. This would include the addition of four new runways to the west of Heathrow. Two runways would be added on to the existing ones (though acting as independent runways), while the latter two runways would be added in between the existing ones. (The Economist, 2013) This plan would maintain the width of the noise
Social Media Report
Social Media Report
Logan Horrocks A00372572 November 30th 2015 Social Media Report During the last three months our Geography of Transportation class has gathered a number of stories pertinent to new developments in the world of transportation. These stories were posted to Twitter under the hashtag #smugeog3332. Each class the new stories were explained by whomever had posted it, the story was then discussed amongst the whole class. These stories share multiple common themes as they relate to the broader topics of
(Re)Planting a tree
(Re)Planting a tree
Logan Horrocks A00372572 December 7th 2015 (Re)Planting a tree We donít normally afford trees the respect they deserve in considering their impact, roles and implications within the garden. Pollanís chapter Planting a Tree follows his journey and considerations when it comes to properly planting a tree and the multiple perceptions humans have attached to trees. At the beginning of the chapter Pollan references the maple tree as a haven, providing shade, an elevated spot to rest and branches that
The Stars can Change
The Stars can Change
Anne Tracy History 17A Professor Rankin March 3rd, 2015 The Stars can Change A brief look at the life of Olivia J. Hooker, the first black woman coast guard, a former Professor of psychology at Fordham University, and a woman who has seen the injustice of the world and taken a stand against it. The coast Guard is planning to name one of their most popular buildings on the base on Staten Island after Dr. Hooker, due to her service in the Guard and her efforts in helping people. Dr. Hooker has bee
Ignorant yet Powerful
Ignorant yet Powerful
Anne Tracy Professor Rankin History 17 A April 22, 2015 Ignorant yet Powerful The LA times wrote an article about a proposal William Shatner made concerning the California drought: ďWilliam Shatner: Solve Californian drought with Seattle pipeline.Ē His idea is to raise money in order to build a pipeline, not unlike the Alaskan pipeline, that will connect to, ďsome place like Seattle,Ē In order to move the water to areas that need it in California. Shatnerís idea is similar to plans made in the 6
Global Warming
Global Warming
Lady Rose Ramos Prof. Laura Powell English 100 23 October 2015 Global Warming Dear Mr. President I am composing a letter today about an issue that is very important to me and a millions of Americans across the nation. I know there are numerous imperative things to be done in your term, yet I trust that taking action to environmental change is at the highest priority on your rundown. As I am sure you are aware, environmental change threatens life as we probably aware it on the planet, and it is a
Cycle of Poverty
Cycle of Poverty
Lady Rose Ramos Prof. Laura Powell English 100 19 October 2015 Cycle of Poverty When it comes to poverty, there is the magnitude of definitions explaining the term. The definition of poverty has important implications from point of view of policy making, politics and academic debates. Each view has its own value judgments and explanations. Over the times, new definitions have surfaced the debates and yet, there is not a single universally acceptable definition of poverty. Definitions usually set
Aliceís Adventures in Wonderland
Aliceís Adventures in Wonderland
Lady Rose Ramos Prof. Laura Powell English100 27 Oct 2015 Essay #4 ďAliceís Adventures in Wonderland is one of the most famous and enduring childrenís classics (Aliceís Adventures in Wonderland Review)Ē. Full of fantastic characters, such as the White Rabbit, the King and the Queen of Hearts, the Mock Turtle, the Duchess, and the Mad Hatter it draws attention of children readership all over the world. Not only little ones are fond of this story, but also adults admire it for authorís excellent u
Nicaragua
Nicaragua
Nicaragua Nicaragua has a republican form of government, with an elected president, a congress, and a supreme court. Nicaraguaís official language is Creole. Miskito is the main indigenous language and its related dialect. Creole as a first language and Spanish fluently as a second language. The seven indigenous peoples of Nicaragua live in two main regions: firstly, the Pacific Coast and Centre North of the country (or simply the Pacific), which is home to the Chorotega (221,000), the Cacaopera