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Porsche
Porsche
Porsche I have narrowed down my project to just Porsche vehicles. I am not going to talk about the man behind the car to much. I have found several web sites that have criteria about Porsche and their different models and their performance. I will discuss these subjects along with others. The history of Porsche will be discussed. I will also talk about some different models such as the 911 GT3. I will also discuss the GT1 and GT3 race seriesI will also discuss Porches latest press releases. His
It was a Saturday afternoon and I was sitting in the living room recli
It was a Saturday afternoon and I was sitting in the living room recli
It was a Saturday afternoon, and I was sitting in the living room recliner watching my normal morning cartoons while eating my bowl of Lucky Charms. All of a sudden, a newsflash appeared on my screen. A newscaster appeared and stated in a serious voice, We interrupt this program for an important announcement. It has been discovered that a large meteor is traveling at a fast pace towards the Earth and has been calculated to hit the Earth at approximately 12:00pm, Tuesday. We urge everyone to mo
Problems Caused By Air Pollution
Problems Caused By Air Pollution
Problems Caused By Air Pollution Some people think that air pollution is not harming the earth or the people, but it is doing worse, by killing the earth and getting people sick. Air pollutants, according to Gay, are known to cause respiratory diseases, cancer, and other serious illnesses (12). Air pollution not only threatens the health and life of humans but also causes damage to the environment (Gay 13). First, air pollution causes a great deal of health problems. Wanting clean air is a g
Black Holes
Black Holes
Black Holes Table of Contents I. What are black holes? II. Where do they come from? III. Interesting facts about black holes. IV. How are they discovered? A. X-ray Emissions B. Exotic Energy Sources C. Star speeds D. Masers E. The Baseline Array F. Hubble Telescope G. Satellites V. Quasi-Stellar Relations VI. Locations A. M87 B. Milky Way C. Andromeda D. ?????? E. NGC 6240 F. A0620-00 What are black holes? Black holes are the remains of a massive star that has collapsed and shrunk to a tiny poi
Ethology
Ethology
Ethology The biological study of animal behavior is called Ethology. All behavior is a reaction to a stimulus. John B. Watson influenced animal behavior in the twentieth century. He published a book in 1924 called Behaviorism. Jakob von Uexkull and O. Heinroth started a school that taught about animal behavior. There are two categories of animal behavior: genetically determined or environmentally determined. Animal behavior is the different ways that animals do different things, such as hun
Illuminating the Path of Progress
Illuminating the Path of Progress
Illuminating the Path of Progress Thomas Alva Edison is the most famous inventor in American History. Edison designed, built, and delivered the electrical age. He started a revolution that would refocus technology, change life patterns, and create millions of jobs. He became famous for his scientific inventions, even though he was not a scientist. His real talent was his ability to clearly judge a problem and be persistent in experimenting. He was the master of the trial and error method. Thoma
Lenoir Community College
Lenoir Community College
Lenoir Community College Frederick Winslow Taylor Ì Business Management David Mercer Tuesday, February 04, 1997 CONTENTS I. Introduction 6 II. The Younger Years 7 III Midvale Steel Company n IV Inventions n V. Pig-Iron Handling Experiments n VI. Shoveling Experiments .....................................................n VII. Conclusion .....................................................................n APPENDIX n SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY n LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 1. Illustration 1 n 2. Illustrat
Great Expectations: God's Law vs. Human Law
Great Expectations: God's Law vs. Human Law
Great Expectations: God's Law vs. Human Law In his book Great Expectations, the problematic nature of moral judgement and justice that stems from a conflict between God's law and human law is one of several topical themes that Charles Dickens addresses. This paradox regularly surfaces in his treatment of plot and setting, and is more subtlety illustrated in his use of character. To facilitate the reader's awareness of such a conflict, the narrator often uses language that has Christian connotat
Early Western Civilization Egyption Tomb 5 Egyptologists had lost inte
Early Western Civilization Egyption Tomb 5 Egyptologists had lost inte
Early Western Civilization Egyption Tomb 5 Egyptologists had lost interest in the site of tomb 5, which had been explored and looted decades ago. Therefore, they wanted to give way to a parking lot. However, no one would have ever known the treasure that lay only 200 ft. from King Tut’s resting place which was beyond a few rubble strewn rooms that previous excavators had used to hold their debris. Dr. Kent Weeks, an Egyptologist with the American University in Cairo, wanted to be sure the new p
I love this business exults Robert Kaynes Jr vice president of sales
I love this business exults Robert Kaynes Jr vice president of sales
I love this business, exults Robert Kaynes Jr., vice president of sales (and grandson of the founder) at Bron Shoe, the Columbus, Ohio-based company responsible for putting millions of pairs of bronzed baby shoes on bookshelves in the homes of loving parents across America for the past 75 years. It may sound schmaltzy Kaynes concedes, but it's a schmaltzy business. We're selling sentiment. Still, how do you market a memory? For companies like Hallmark, FTD, Bron Shoe, and others in the se
Carrot
Carrot
Carrot. Whadda ya mean carrot? Nothin' don't worry about. Dude, what's yer problem? Nothin', chill. Whatever. This work sucks! God I hate havin' to do work. I wish I could just crawl in a big hole and stay there. Today sucks. Oh well it'll get better after I ask that girl out later. She was totally flirtin' with me. Dude, ya know that chick I was talkin' about the other day. Which one? 3rd hour. Yeah, what about her? I'm gonna ask her out today. Cool. Hey, you two, be qu
A Streetcar Named Desire
A Streetcar Named Desire
A Streetcar Named Desire Based on the evidence in scenes 1-5 (inclusive) of Streetcar, explore the relationship between Stella and Stanley. The couple met at some time when he was still in the army or some such thing. We are not told exactly where or when they met, but we know that he was in uniform when they first met, because of Blanche’s rather disgusted speech. Blanche: I understand how it happened-a little. You saw him in uniform, an officer, not here but- As we can see, Stella was probably
Acid Rain
Acid Rain
Acid Rain Acid rain forms when sulfur and nitrogen dioxides combine with moisture in the atmosphere to produce rain, snow, or another kind of precipitation. This kind of pollution may also be suspended in fog or deposited in a dry form. Acid rain is most common in North America and Europe. Acid rain has also been detected in other areas of the world such as tropical rain forests of Africa. Canada has placed limitations on the sulfur emissions. The United States has not, so the emissions may stil
Horse
Horse
Horse For this discussion we will assume that the horse is doing a descent stop at a slow lope. When you say “Whoa” your horse will consistently stop in one stride and slide a couple feet. Now it’s time to start building on that. (If your horse isn’t doing a simple stop like this, he’s not ready to be stepped up. Get a solid foundation on him first). There are several different factors that influence the length of a horse’s slide. They are: o The horse’s natural ability and aptitude for stopping
Invisible Man
Invisible Man
Invisible Man English II Hon. May 16, 2004 Invisible Man, by Ralph Ellison, is a fictitious, however truthful for the genre, expose on racism in the Deep South. Invisible Man was Ellison’s first and only novel. He left a second novel unfinished at his death. Flying Home and Other Stories was published posthumously in 1996. In the 1920s, this story is told by a black man who believes that since he is treated without respect or equality that he will become invisible. At first the concept seems str
Justice can not be served until the debate on capital
Justice can not be served until the debate on capital
Justice can not be served until the debate on capital punishment is resolved and all states have come to agree that the death penalty is the best way to stop crime completely. The bottom line is, one method of execution is just as brutal and as barbaric as the next, says Mr. Breedlove of the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty. This comes straight from the mouth of a member of a national organization against capital punishment. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Langu
Thomas Edison
Thomas Edison
Thomas Edison Edison was born in the village of Milan, Ohio, on Feb. 11, 1847, and his family later moved to Port Huron, Mich. In his early life as a kid he played jokes on people and got into trouble. One time he set his father's barn on fire because he wanted to see what fire look like when it burned. His schooling was three months long because he quit when too many people made fun of him. At the age of seven his mother taught him, and he loved to read books. The book Schoool of Natural Philos
LAND AND RESOURCES
LAND AND RESOURCES
LAND AND RESOURCES The republic of South Africa is located one the southern-most tip of Africa. It's bordered on the north by Namibia, Bostwana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Swaziland; on the east and south by the Indian Ocean; and on the west by the Atlantic ocean. South Africa occupies a land area of about 1,221,037 sq km (471,445 sq mi). South Africa's population almost reached 39 million people in 1991. South Africa is a multiethnic, multiracial society comprised of 75.2% black Africans, 13.6%
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION: Photosynthesis is the process by which chlorophyll-containing organisms-green plants, algae, and some bacteria capture energy in the form of light and convert into chemical energy (Microsoft Encarta, 1995). The chlorophyll found in plants is essential to the process of photosynthesis, as it absorbs light energy. Once it captures light energy in the violet and red portions of the spectrum, it transforms it into chemical energy through a series of reactions (Microsoft Encarta, 1995).
Plant any member of the plant kingdom comprising about 260000 known sp
Plant any member of the plant kingdom comprising about 260000 known sp
Plant, any member of the plant kingdom, comprising about 260,000 known species of mosses, liverworts, ferns, herbaceous and woody plants, bushes, vines, trees, and various other forms that mantle the earth and are also found in its waters. Plants range in size and complexity from small, nonvascular mosses, which depend on direct contact with surface water, to giant redwood trees, the largest living organisms, which can draw water and minerals through their vascular systems to elevations of more
Spectral Analysis
Spectral Analysis
Spectral Analysis Objective: To discover how spectral analysis assists scientists in gathering facts about our universe. Background: Scientists gather evidence about our universe in a number of ways. Stars come in many different colors from blue stars, to yellow stars such as the Sun, all the way to red stars. To study starlight, astronomers use a spectroscope. This instrument consists of slit for admitting light from external sources, a group of lenses, a prism, and an eyepiece. It is able to
Utah's State Symbols
Utah's State Symbols
Utah's State Symbols State Flag The original Utah State Flag consisted of a solid white state seal on a light blue background which was adopted by the State Legislature in 1896 and revised in 1913. The Utah State Flag, as we know it today, was originally designed for the battleship Utah in 1912. It was later made the official flag of Utah when Governor William Spry signed House Joint Resolution I in 1913. Explanation of the Symbols on Utah's State Flag The Utah State Flag has a blue background
Justice can not be served until the debate on capital punishment is re
Justice can not be served until the debate on capital punishment is re
Justice can not be served until the debate on capital punishment is resolved and all states have come to agree that the death penalty is the best way to stop crime completely. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Third Edition defines execution as the act or an instance of putting to death or being put to death as a lawful penalty. Many people who are against capital punishment are only thinking of the criminal and how cruel it is for them. But, shouldn't we think of the fa
The main purpose of this paper is to inform people about the causes th
The main purpose of this paper is to inform people about the causes th
The main purpose of this paper is to inform people about the causes, the effects, and the solutions of a major environmental concern, global warming. First the greenhouse effect will be explained and the greenhouse gases will be identified. Each of these gases will be explained in detail and then the effects of these gases will be discussed. Following the effects there will be some solutions as to what can be done to reduce the gases and reduce global warming. Then the conclusion will follow to
Analog Video
Analog Video
Analog Video Most of the video material today is captured with analog equipment like a regular VHS camcorder. Like analog images, also analog video has to be coverted to digital before being usable in computers. But before going into digital video, let's studdy some of the aspects of the analog counterpart. How does a video camera work? As with all cameras, the image being captured is continuously reflected on the lens of the camera. To be able to transform a changing scene into an electrical s
SOLAR POWER
SOLAR POWER
SOLAR POWER In this article, solar energy's bad points were analyzed. Donald E. Simanek does not feel that using the sun for our energy needs is a good thing, and he clearly states that. The article produces many good points on how scientists might jump to conclusions when thinking of using the sun for our energy. Many times, you might see people such as scientist, or the government, trying to get you to pay money for new sources of energy systems. They are trying to replace where we get out en
Thomas Alva Edison
Thomas Alva Edison
Thomas Alva Edison the invention of the light bulb by Chad Bear 5/12/97 social studies Thomas Edison and the invention of the light bulb Thomas Alva Edison is credited to be the first man to ever invent the light bulb. He invented it in 1879. An earlier man named Sir Joseph Wilson Swan invented a light witched used the same principal as Edison's but it never got patented. Edison called it the Incandescent Lamp but the name was soon changed to the Light Bulb. The Incandescent Lamp is a device fo
The natural greenhouse effect keeps the earth at a temperature suitabl
The natural greenhouse effect keeps the earth at a temperature suitabl
The natural greenhouse effect keeps the earth at a temperature suitable to life; some of the gases responsible for the greenhouse effect are increasing at an unpredictable rate because of human activities. Green house gasses occur in different quantities in the atmosphere and have different physical properties the climate change that is occurring now is disturbingly different from the slow steady cycle of the ice ages and marmings that have sculptured the face of the earth for two million years
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction Science and technology are advancing at a very rapid rate, but do we really understand all that is going on? Probably not. This paper will identify current issues related to science and technology from the business, governmental, and societal perspectives. However, before we can begin to understand the advances in science and technology, we must know the definitions of them. The Microsoft Encarta 97 Encyclopedia on compact disk defines science as the observation, identification, d
Cloning Is It Right
Cloning Is It Right
Cloning: Is It Right? The biological definition of a clone is an organism that has the same genetic information as another organism or organisms (Cloning, 1997). From this definition and from information about the science behind cloning, my current view on cloning is that it is ethical. This statement ignores information about how we can misuse cloning and what consequences occur when the procedure is unsuccessful. I currently do not think cloning should be used until it is perfected. I doubt
Zirconium
Zirconium
Zirconium Hi! I am Zirconium. You probably just looked at my name and figured that I came from the Arabic word zargun meaning gold color. Well, you are partially correct. Truthfully I do not have a gold color in my pure form. The gold color comes from the mineral zircon which I am actually derived from. I guess you could call zircon my parent. My grandparents are jargon, hyacinth, and jacinth. They are the elements who contain my parent zircon. When I am with my first parent zircon, I am a sili
Howdy Buckaroo My name is Archibald Argon but my friends call me Ar I
Howdy Buckaroo My name is Archibald Argon but my friends call me Ar I
Howdy Buckaroo! My name is Archibald Argon, but my friends call me Ar. I was born on 1894 in Scotland. My parent’s names were Sir William Ramsay and Lord Rayleigh. I was such a cute little gaseous tike, but I didn’t like to play with the other little kids, I still don’t now as a grown-up. My dads told me that I didn’t like to play with the other kids because I come from a stable, or inert, family. They said that means I have no loose marbles (valence electrons) like the other maniac kids that go
Argon
Argon
Argon Argon is an inert gaseous element. It is the third most prevalent noble gas in the earth’s atmosphere. It is present to the extent of .94% by volume. It’s symbol is Ar. The name Argon came from the Greek word argos meaning inactive. Argon is colorless and odorless. It is in group 18 on the periodic table. It’s atomic number is 18 and it’s atomic weight is 39,948 U. Argon melts at -189.3 degrees Celsius and boils at -185.86 degrees Celsius. Argon is the third lowest in weight of the Nob
Ayn Rand and Objectivism An Introduction
Ayn Rand and Objectivism An Introduction
Ayn Rand and Objectivism: An Introduction opinions and beliefs, but he finally accepts that they will not leave his mind and his destiny is sealed. In his recognition of his core belief (individual freedom), he knows that he cannot resist this immutable freedom. Briefly, this sentence is the summary of man's existence. Man knows he is selfish and those who allow self-interest permeate their being are often called greedy or evil. However, without selfishness, man is reduced from an advanced mind
Time Consideration
Time Consideration
Time Consideration November 12 1998 After taking this matter into consideration, I have come to several conclusions, which would allow me to better manage my time. By implementing a few small changes into every ones' normal workday; I would be able to accomplish more of the major tasks and spend less time on mediocre and thoughtless tasks; making my time at work more fruitful. The few extra minutes required by the staff, will make a world of difference to the amount of serious projects I am able
Early Western Civilization
Early Western Civilization
Early Western Civilization Egyptologists had lost interest in the site of tomb 5, which had been explored and looted decades ago. Therefore, they wanted to give way to a parking lot. However, no one would have ever known the treasure that lay only 200 ft. from King Tut’s resting place which was beyond a few rubble strewn rooms that previous excavators had used to hold their debris. Dr. Kent Weeks, an Egyptologist with the American University in Cairo, wanted to be sure the new parking facility
Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla Were we to seize and eliminate from our industrial world the results of Mr. Tesla's work, the wheels of industry would cease to turn, our electric cars and trains would stop, our towns would be dark, our mills would be dead and idle. Yes, so far reaching is his work that it has become the warp and woof of industry... His name marks an epoch in the advance of electrical science. From that work has sprung a revolution... -B.A. Behrend If you were to go to an encyclopedia and tried to
Frederick Winslow Taylor Business Management
Frederick Winslow Taylor Business Management
Frederick Winslow Taylor: Business Management Lenoir Community College Frederick Winslow Taylor Business Management David Mercer Tuesday, February 04, 1997 CONTENTS I. Introduction......................6 II. The Younger Years.................7 III Midvale Steel Company.............n IV Inventions........................n V. Pig-Iron Handling Experiments.....n VI. Shoveling Experiments ............n VII. Conclusion .......................n APPENDI................................n SELECTED BIBLIOG
Food Processing
Food Processing
Food Processing Throughout the history of mankind science has searched into the realms of the unknown. Along with it bringing new discoveries, allowing for our lives to become healthier, more efficient, safer, and at the same time, possibly more dangerous. Among the forces driving scientists into these many experiments, is the desire to preserve the one fuel that keeps our lives going; FOOD. As early as the beginning of the 19th century, major breakthroughs in food preservation had begun. Soldie
Transitions of Reptiles to Mammals
Transitions of Reptiles to Mammals
Transitions of Reptiles to Mammals A long long time ago, in a galaxy not too far away, was a little blue planet called Earth, and on this world not a single mammal lived. However a lot of time has past since then and we now have lots of furry creatures that are collectively called mammals. How did they get their? Where did they come from? These are the kinds of questions that led me to my subject of choice. I will endeavor to provide examples, using specific transitional fossils, to show that ma
Homo Aquaticus
Homo Aquaticus
Homo Aquaticus? I. Introduction When the human brain is compared with the brains of apes there are several obvious differences; the centers for the sense of smell and foot control are larger in apes than in humans, but the centers for hand control, airway control, vocalization, language and thought are larger in humans. In my paper, I will describe the most defined differences of brain size and centers between humans and their closest relatives, chimpanzees, to compare them with other mammals an
Seasonal Affective Disorder
Seasonal Affective Disorder
Seasonal Affective Disorder Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is a common problem of people living in northern United States. People who are affected by this disorder commonly suffer from depression, lethargy, inability to concentrate, overeating and weight gain. People from the north tend to suffer more from this disorder because of the shortened days. It appears, that due to the deficiency of sunlight some people suffer from these symptoms. The shortened days have a hormonal effect on the b
The Noble Gases
The Noble Gases
The Noble Gases The Noble Gases are the far right elements on the periodic table. On the earth they are scarce so we don¹t see much of them. They are do not react well with anything. In fact until around the 50¹s they hadn¹t found anything that they would react with any of the gases. But then someone found out that Fluorine one the of most reactive elements could form compounds with Xenon. Later they found that it could react with most of the other nobles. Helium is one of the more scarce nobles
Xenon
Xenon
Xenon Xenon is element number 54 on the periodic table of the elements. It has a mass of roughly 131 atomic mass units. There are 77 neutrons and 54 protons in the nucleus of the atom. The symbol for xenon is Xe and it belongs to the family of elements called the noble gases. It is called a noble gas because the valance shell of one atom contains a full shell. Xenon is one of the most stable elements on the table. The 54 electrons are arranged, so that there are 2 in the 1st shell, 8 in the 2nd,
The History of Cloning
The History of Cloning
The History of Cloning The theory of being able to make a genetic copy (a clone) of another animal has been around for quite a while. In this section as the title reads I will show the history of cloning. 400 million years B. C.- Plants have been cloning themselves since not to long (as far as the Earth is concerned) after their introduction to our planet. They send out runners that create an identical copy of the parent plant. 1938- Hans Spermann, of Germany, envisions what he calls the fantast
UFO's
UFO's
UFO's Unidentified Flying Objects have dazzled us for many years. The controversy over the existence of alien life forms began March 23, 1909, in Peterborough, UK. “This was unusual because neither nor New Zealand had any aircraft at the time” (Wilson 14). This left no explanation for the strange sighting. The debate continues in present day because there are still no answers to the many sightings that have occurred since. UFO’s are real because the government is hiding their existence, the USA
Machines Are They Helpful Or Too Much Trouble
Machines Are They Helpful Or Too Much Trouble
Machines: Are They Helpful Or Too Much Trouble? The historiography and various phases of the Industrial Revolution were very important. Population increase and the expansion of capital, credit and commerce were one of the phases. The role of entrepreneurs, workers and inventions in boosting production were another phase. Textiles, coal, transport and public services started becoming of value to people. The social consequences included women and children working in factories and mines. Hard livin
Psychology
Psychology
Psychology Psychology INTRODUCTION The study of the way people think and behave is called psychology. The field of psychology has a number of sub-disciplines devoted to the study of the different levels and contexts of human thought and behavior. Social psychology, for example, deals with human thought and action in a social context, while physiological psychology is concerned with thought and behavior at the level of neurology. Another division of psychology, comparative psychology compares the
Anthem
Anthem
Anthem The book anthem by Ayn Rand is about a person named equality7-2521. This book takes place in the future where everything is quite different. The word I does not exist and all the people, or brothers, of the world must refer to themselves as we or our instead of I and my. Everyone is equal and have names with numbers and a different prefix. Their name is written out on an iron bracelet on their hands. If a brother is different from the rest he is considered to be bad; such as bein
The End of Work
The End of Work
The End of Work by Jeremy Rifkin What I wrote on the Canadian unemployment rate website: “Mark is correct. Unemployment rates are only based on people who are on unemployment insurance. Only about 50% of unemployed workers today are eligible for unemployment insurance in Canada and that rate is decreasing with higher requirements set by the government. To prove that you are looking for work, people are generally required to go to unemployment offices to prove that they had gone to interviews wit