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    Radiation Protection

    Radiation is all around us and has been present since the beginning of time. Naturally occurring radioactive materials were discovered in 1896. Less than 50 years later, the physicist Enrico Fermi split the atom, producing the first man-made radioactive materials (Robert Brent MD). We used radioactive materials for beneficial purposes, such as generating electricity, diagnosing and treating medical problems. Man-made source of radiation from medical, commercial and industrial activities contribute

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    Black Swans 42

    2007 book The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable by Nassim Nicholas Taleb (1960 - ). It is hardly an obscure tome, having been on the New York Times bestseller list for several weeks. Before I get to the essence of this essay I believe explaining what the term “Black Swan” means and saying a few words about the author would be in order. It was once thought in the Old World that only white swans existed. Then from Australia came the realization that there were black swans. And no,

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    Tears of a Tiger and Holes

    and it made me cry at the part where the people write letters to Andy. Holes By Louis Sachar A conflict I can make a prediction about is that since Stanley is overweight and people used to make fun of him, he might hurt himself, or someone else. Or because the holes Stanley digs he might loose weight. And because he’s going to be at Camp Green Lake for 18 months he might even get stronger because of the holes he digs. Maybe even gain weight because of the Camp Green Lake food.

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    When Radiation Therapy Kills 1

    When Radiation therapy Kills? Case Study Mar, 5, 2012 Submitted To: DR. Hassan M. Selim Prepared by: Group 4 Khaled Al Qubaisi Waleed Al Zaabi Ali Al Tamimi Mohamed Al Jefri Summary The new radiation therapy comes with high expected from manufacturers, doctors and technicians a long with the hospitals and state oversight agencies to cure people illness from cancers; however, what if these complex machines show the negative impact of technology and its power to kill people and steal

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    Radiation Protection Among Patients and Staff in the Imaging Department

    A STUDY ON RADIATION PROTECTION AMONG PATIENTS AND STAFF IN THE IMAGING DEPARTMENT AT KENYATTA NATIONAL HOSPITAL. RESEARCH DONE BY: DENIS NOVENA MUNG’AHU COLLEGE NUMBER: D/MIS/10007/191 RESEARCH PROPOSAL SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL IMAGING SCIENCES-NYERI CAMPUS IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE STUDY. JANUARY 2013 KENYA MEDICAL TRAINING COLLEGE P.O BOX 466 NYERI. Contents DECLARATION 1 DEDICATION 3 List of abbreviation

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    Black Holes

    According to the article Black holes first, galaxies second it has been found out that each galaxy has a black hole in the center (16). By observing motions of gas it had been suggested that early galaxies were 30 times as huge as central black holes. Therefore, it has been suggested that galaxies are formed around black holes (16). Doppler shifts show the black hole mass. Astronomers believe that both the hole and the galaxies can stop growing (16). As stated in Spinning Hearts of Darkness “Astronomers

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    Black Feet Indians

    Prof. Rains NAMS 2/8/11 Black Feet Siksika is translated in English to ‘black feet’. Black feet is thought to be their name because of the discoloring of their moccasins by the ashes of the prairie fires, or possibly because they painted their moccasins black. The Black Feet are a people of great spirit and confidence in their way of life. This is what allowed them to keep the black foot tribe alive to this day. The spirit of the ‘black feet’ is due to their rich heritage, customs, beliefs

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    Black Holes

    Electromagnetic Fields, Telescopes and Black Holes Astronomy is defined as the scientific study of the universe and the objects in it, including stars, planets, nebulae, and galaxies. Astronomy deals with the position, size, motion, composition, energy, and evolution of celestial objects. Astronomers analyze not only visible light but also radio waves, x-rays, and other ranges of radiation that come from sources outside the Earth's atmosphere (American Heritage Dictionary, 2002). This particular

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    Hole in the Wall

    computing l iteracy on shared public computers:children and the “hole in the wall” Sugata Mitra, Ritu Dangwal, Shiffon Chatterjee, Swati Jha, Ravinder S. Bisht and Preeti Kapur Centre for Research in Cognitive Systems NIIT Limited Synergy Building IIT Campus Haus Khas New Delhi 110016 India Webmaster’s e-mail: himanshut@niit.com Website: www.niitholeinthewall.com Abstract Earlier work, often referred to as the "hole in the wall" experiments, has shown that groups of children can learn

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    The Rabbit Hole

    In the story “The rabbit hole” the author Ann Beattie, challenge us to think about the conflict among family members when dealing with an aging parent with a serious illness. As a person ages In today’s society there is a role reverse between parent and child. Children are taking care of their parents and assuming all the responsibilities and decision making about their parents health care needs. The story raises a question about family relationships among family members, more specifically the

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    Blacks

    Marcus Garvey was a Jamaican-born black nationalist who created a 'Back to Africa' movement in the United States. He became an inspirational figure for later civil rights activists. Marcus Garvey encouraged African people around the world to be proud of their race and to see beauty in their own kind. A central idea to Garveyism was that African people in every part of the world were one people and they would never advance if they did not put aside their cultural and ethnic differences and contrast

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    Investigation of Averaged Radiation and Co2

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    Effect of Electromagnetic Radiation from Mobile

    EFFECT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION FROM MOBILE PHONE ON THE LEVELS OF CORTICAL AMINO ACID NEUROTRANSMITTERS IN ADULT AND YOUNG RATS Y.A. KHADRAWY*, NAWAL A. AHMED**, HEBA S. ABOUL EZZ**, N.M. RADWAN** *Medical Physiology Department, National Research Center, Giza, Egypt **Zoology Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt Abstract. The present study aims to investigate the effect of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) generated by mobile phones on the levels of amino acid neurotransmitters;

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    Hole in the Wall

    Jessica Garcia Eng 60, CRN 30663 Assignment-Essay 1 Mr. Silva 1 July, 2013 Hole In The Wall The weekend prior to finals, on May 23, 2013 my boyfriend , Christian, took me to a movie theatre called Four Star Cinemas. It was a small, hole- in- the- wall, movie theatre. As we sat down on our individual pillow-like reclining seats, Christian had no difficulty at six- feet- tall reaching the black hardwood floor. On the contrary, I sunk slowly in between the seat like if I had sat in quicksand

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    A Look at Black Holes and Their Counterparts

    A LOOK AT BLACK HOLES AND THEIR COUNTERPARTS For as long as the Earth has been around, humans have looked up in awe at the night sky and wondered about the intricate pieces that make up what is our universe. For most of Earth’s history, the universe only encompassed what was visible to the naked eye. In 1609, however, everything changed when telescopes were invented and the realm of the universe opened to unveil new and mysterious aspects never before seen. Interestingly enough, though technology

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    Black Holes and Their Mysteries

    Black Holes and Their Mysteries Black holes are one of the most popular Hollywood science fiction topics also one of the most mysterious entities in space. Astronomers still have many questions regarding the darkest entity in space, black holes, but over time they began to analyze more and more clues and data, and are now able to explain what a black hole really is. Astronomers have come up with theories of the formations of black holes, the component of black holes as well as many other new discovered

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    Radiation

    What is radiation and how it damage people. Radiation may be defined as energy traveling through space. Non-ionizing radiation is essential to life, but excessive exposures will cause tissue damage. All forms of ionizing radiation have sufficient energy to ionize atoms that may destabilize molecules within cells and lead to tissue damage. (http://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/food/foodsafety/the-nuclear-accident-in-japan/) History of radiation Japanese radiation generation How radiation influence

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    Black Body

    Quantum Mechanical theory was established after the collapse of classical mechanics. It starts with the discovery of electromagnetic energy quantization by Max Planck needed to explain black body radiation distribution as a function of frequency and temperature. He explained it by a model where resonators can emit radiation only by quanta of energy. Later Bohr predicted the Quantum Mechanical model for the Hydrogen atom, using Planck’s constant as a measure for angular momentum quantization1. An important

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    Radiation Effects

    Radiation Effects at the Tissue and Organ Level * Response to irradiation- measures the radiosensitivity of tissue or organ * Loss of moderate number of cells- does not affect function of organs * Loss of large number of cells- display clinical result * Severity of change depends on dose and thus amount of cell loss * Repairable damage- moderate dose to localized area * Death from damage to most sensitive system- comparable dose to whole organism Short- Term

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    Radiation Protection

    that the same thing that you are enjoying is also hurting you. The sun is one of the largest bodies that produce radiation. Since it is so big and so powerful it produces a wide range of radiation. We have seen the effects of that when there are solar flares. This is an explosion on the surface of the sun so big that you can fit earth in it. The flare produces a large amount of radiation and some of that reaches us. When that happens a lot of our satellites and electrical equipment goes hay wire because

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    Black Women Relationships with Black Men

    Dear Ms. Educated Black Woman                             Dexter R. Conner Upon realizing that my baby daughter would one day read this, I re-examined every word. To the most beautiful girl on earth – Daddy loves you. 1|Dear Ms Educated Black Woman Preface I began having serious thoughts pertaining to the dynamics of Black romantic relationships in college upon traveling to Atlanta and conversing for hours with Spelman College’s exceptional Black women. It was like the television show

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    Black Holes: What Do We Know?

    Black Holes: What Do We Know? Carl Antoni Everest University Abstract Answering the questions we have about black holes brings us closer to understanding them and the many ways they can benefit us. They give us clear insight on Einstein's law of relativity, help create cutting-edge technology, give us extraordinary insights to the universe and most of all it gives us amazing journeys of imagination where we can contemplate their amazing properties. The mysteries of the black hole exemplify

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    Five Hole for Food

    Background Richard Loat, founder of the non-profit organization, Five Hole for Food, begins his successful operation in 2010, in an effort to raise food donations for the Food Banks in Canada. His initial idea of organizing street hockey games on a cross-Canada road trip tour using online social media and volunteers, with the goal of gaining food donations to benefit the Food Banks in various cities along his journey proves to be successful. Much to his surprise, his adventure turns out to be, not

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    Conduction, Convection, and Radiation

    Conduction, Convection, and Radiation By: Spencer Smith Physics 2010 – Online Dr. Stone 30 April 2014 Physics is a controlling factor in our vast universe. It literally controls how our reality operates and how our existence came to be in this universe, it actually it what made our universe. When you think about physics you probably think about friction and forces but it is a much broader idea. Physics is what controls how the atoms that make up everything work with each other to form

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    Radiation

    radioactive radon gas on your health but I’m here to assure you that you are not in too much danger and do not have to over worry. First, let’s consider the short-term effects of radiation damage to cells. If a whole body exposes to less than 100 rem (1 Sievert) dose of radiation, people will experience no short-term radiation illness. You will expose to approximately an extra 1 milli-Sievert whole-body dose per year due to the leak. The dose is far below 1 Sievert. So you will not be sick because the

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    Health Care Holes

    Hole in Your Health Insurance I enjoyed reading this article and learning that other people in this country are facing Bankruptcy due solely to their medical expenses that are not covered by their personal insurance companies due to chronic illnesses, high out of pocket deductibles, limitation of benefits and the ever so famous pre-existing condition clause. My mother (the patient) and her doctors (the providers) are two of the key players in this article. My mom has worked for a large organization

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    Imrt Radiation Therapy

    Radiation Physics 10/24/14 Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy Intensity-modulated radiation therapy is a high-tech precise way to deliver prescribed cancer treatment. It is more effective in killing cancer with far less chance for reoccurrence than conventional radiation therapy. The advantages of intensity modulated radiation therapy out-way the disadvantages. As IMRT technology advances and spreads more cancer patients will have the benefit of the technology. The theory behind IMRT

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    Holes

    Holes This novel’s author is Louis Sachar and their also is a movie out that is also called holes. The part of the story I was reading was at the time Zero or Hector Zeroni. Zero whacks one of the guards with his shovel. Then the next day Zero runs away from the camp called camp Green Lake which used to have a lake a few hundreds of years ago. After a week Stanley Yelnats, a fat and long kid who is not really that strong runs away too because he wants to find Zero. After walked about five miles

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    Black Space and Black Places

    Jasmine Jones SOC 431-01 11/29/2014 “Black Spaces, Black Places” Summary Things evolve and recurring in history which is very amazing how those things happen. People have been involved in interracial relationships far back as history have been recorded. Just like has research has claimed how the world was one big continent at one point then there was a continental drift. People were then mixed into different cultures and “races”. Even dated back to slavery times, Slave masters were sleeping

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    Black Holes

    Black Holes – Bending Time and Space Authors Note Explaining this phenomenon would literally take hundreds of pages, so I will try to be brief but yet provide meaningful explanations. It must be noted that some details must be dealt with in an abstract manner to avoid intricate mathematical explanations. Theory Definition Black holes are considered by many to be the most bizarre objects to ever exist in this universe. It is a theorized phenomenon in which an object or a region of space

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    Blackbody Radiation

    Blackbody Radiation At issue here is how radiation interacts with matter. When heated, a solid object glows and emits thermal radiation. As the temperature increases, the object becomes red, then yellow, then white. The thermal radiation emitted by glowing solid objects consists of a continuous distribution of frequencies ranging from infrared to ultraviolet. The continuous pattern of the distribution spectrum is in sharp contrast to the radiation emitted by heated gases; the radiation emitted

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    The Black Hole

    CIN105Y: Introduction to Film Study Modercism Lecture Outline 1. the classical film nothing should be ambiguous. Topic: The Art Film formal attributes Date: 13 January 2015 2. classicism (make people easy to understand ) modernism (ironic, b½ ) „a artistic movement, thing belong to M is futurism, so it is an umbrella term; M was characterized by a stridently self-aware artistic practice and a corresponding break with two other artistic movements: realism and Romanticism (definition of M) realism:

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    Computer Radiation

    Computer Radiation In: Computers and Technology Computer Radiation Chapter I INTRODUCTION Nowadays, computers are very common in a household. Computers are very advantageous which actually has unlimited capabilities; in seeking a certain information, for recreation, for entertainment purposes and many other uses. But despite those infinite uses of computers, some say that computers cause detrimental effects to those who are exposed to its radiation. Radiation, in Physics

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    Adverse Effects of Radiation

    EXPOSURE TO RADIATION Radiation is the process that involves the travelling of energetic particles and waves containing unrequired media. The two types of radiation include non-ionizing and ionizing radiation caused by spontaneously decaying of radioactive materials. Both non-ionizing and ionizing radiation are harmful to the human organism and can cause a change in the natural environment. Nevertheless ionizing radiation is more harmful to living organism. The effect of radiation depends on

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    Black

    Yet, the term that Ghettopoly game uses are offensive and looks it pointing to the black people. For example, they use like, playas, pimps, Marijuana, hos, crack addicts refers to Americans imagined in black experience; Those terms and images are spread throughout our young society. but it is a stereotype to just point it toward black people because not all black people use those kind of terms, and it makes black people look bad and irresponsible. The game could reinforce negative perceptions in

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    Radiation

    ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANT RADIATION Technology has a significant role in today’s world. It can also affect many peoples’ lives. It makes life easier and more efficient. However in today’s world, there are some who have considered about the danger it may cause. People have started destroying our environment by using destructive weapons to defeat and lead with possession. There is dangerous equipment which had been manufactured throughout the world. Nuclear weapon is one of the most destructive

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    Movie Critique - Black Swan

    Movie Critique The focus of this critique is on the film Black Swan, directed by Darren Aronofsky and starring Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, and Vincent Cassel. A movie about a young woman’s consuming desire for perfection as a ballerina in the role of a lifetime. Throughout this film the mise-en-scene was raw and grainy with diverse camera angles that gave an out of control feel that added to the instability within the scenes. As the film progresses the viewer becomes increasingly unsure

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    Worm Hole

    such as impersonation, modification, fabrication and replication. Layer | Types of Attack | Application | Malicious code, Data corruption, viruses and worms | Transport | Session hijacking attack, SYN Flooding Attack | Network | Black hole, Worm Hole, sinkhole, link spoofing, rushing aaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa aattack, replay attack, Sybil attack etc.spoofing, rushing attack, replay attack, Sybil attack etc. | Data link | Selfish misbehaviour, malicious behaviour, traffic analysis. | Physical

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    Black Hole Research Paper

    Expository Writing 01:355:101:SE (Fall 2015) Instructor: Stephen D. Seely sdseely@scarletmail.rutgers.edu (Please include “Expos” in your subject line) Class Meetings: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:35-6:55 p.m. Hickman Hall (HCK) 118 Office Hours: Thursdays, 12:00-2:00 p.m. (Or by appointment) Douglass Student Center “Thinking is what we already know we have not yet begun” –Jacques Derrida About this course Course Description In this course you will read and

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    Black on Black Racism

    Black on Black racism : The Dominican republic ethnic cleansing What is the difference between an Haitian and a Dominican? People usually respond to race-related discussion in various emotional ways that range from deep culpability and embarrassment to extreme pride and hatred toward another group. Recently several stories reported in national or international news seem to add more focus to the ongoing debate about racial discrimination between black and white. But my concern is how to deal

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    Into a Black Hole

    tyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm Into a black hole Lectures by Stephen Hawking 31/03/2015 DUBOIS Arnaud | ------------------------------------------------- Contents 1. Introduction 3 2. Main Part 3 2.1. Stephen Hawking 3 2.2. The evolution of a star 4 2.2.1. Small star 4 2.2.2. Large star 5 2.3. The black hole 6 2.3.1. Wormholes 6 2.3.2. Back to reality 7 2.3.3. Supermassive black holes 7 2.4. Critics 8 3. Conclusion 9 4. Personal Opinion 10

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    Black Holes Evidence

    So what exactly are black holes? Lets put it this way. A black hole is just another thing a star can turn into when it runs out of fuel, in this case it is simply a massive ex-star that has collapsed. Black holes are very interesting and the properties that define them are how they are in mass, size, and what makes them black, how they are created, how they are observed. The creation of black holes is very interesting in my opinion. Basically you have a star with “critical mass” that has collapsed

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    Holes

    Yellow-spotted lizards. Mr. Sir. Curses. The Warden. All these are things that can be very scary in this book. Being with friends can help. Stanley Yelnats did not always have friends. At the beginning of Holes, Stanley was scared, but because of Zero he was brave by the end. Stanley was scared in the beginning because he did not know anybody. He was the new guy at Camp Green Lake. He had to go to the camp because they thought he has stole shoes, but he did not steal them. He thought he

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    Radiation Exposure

    Radiation Exposure Karen Glave University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, Texas Author Note Karen Glave, ARRT, RT (R) is the Lead Radiologic Technologist at the UT Physicians, Cinco Ranch Health Center in Katy, Texas. A multi-specialty, community based clinic that is a division of the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, Texas. Correspondence concerning this report should be addressed to Karen Glave, RT, Department of Radiology, UT Cinco Ranch Health Center, 23923

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    Holes - a Novel Study

    The novel “Holes” is a fictitious tale, with mystery, comedy, and adventure. “Holes” was written in 1998 in Texas by multi-award winning author Louis Sachar. Sachar was born March 20, 1954 in New York. He developed a love for reading in high school. He entered college and studied law. He needed to pick up a course, so he signed on to be a teacher’s aide. It became his favorite class (his first book mirrored his life as a teacher’s aide – “Louis the Yard”). Sachar practiced law until 1981

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    Black Holes: the Epic Mystery of Space

    Professor Bodus Astronomy Matthew Ryan Scott December 6th, 2015 Black Holes: The Epic Mystery of Space Black Holes: The Epic Mystery of Space The one aspect of space that provides a sort of horror element to the universe, to me, has always been the Black Hole. There is a very deep mystery surrounding Black Holes, and that uncertainty is very scary. Last year, my wife and I sat down on a Friday night, with pizza, and began watching the amazing movie, Interstellar. The one aspect of that film

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    Black Lives Matter

    way we are set up with the culture we should come together as one. Hatred always comes up and we became prejudice towards different racial group. African Americans came up with a movement called “black lives matter”. Black lives matter is an activist movement founded in the United States by three black activist: Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi. Similar to the “all lives matter” movement that was in after Bush left the office. On Huffpost, David Goldberg came up with “"All lives matter"

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    Black Holes

    Comp & Rhetoric I  30 September 2015  Black Abyss   Black holes make up some of the most mysterious objects in space. Black holes go  around our way of thinking by generating mind­bending illusions and defying physics. They  possess different laws that to any ordinary human being would seem impossible. Since their  discovery, scientists conduct experiment after experiment trying to unlock their greatest secrets.  Bundles of information has been discovered about these dark, massive holes in space, but even 

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    Computer Radiation

    infinite uses of computers, some say that computers cause detrimental effects to those who are exposed to its radiation.        Radiation, in Physics, it is defined as the process of transmitting energy through space. There are two types of radiation exposure—82% is from natural resources such as cosmic and solar rays and 18% of the exposure is from man-made radiation.        Radiation injures the body by destroying cells and parts of cells. It hinders cells from dividing which gives rise

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    Blace Hole

    BLACK HOLE A black hole is a theoretical region of space in which the gravitational field is so powerful that nothing, not even electromagnetic radiation (e.g. visible light), can escape its pull after having fallen past its event horizon. The term derives from the fact that the absorption of visible light renders the hole's interior invisible, and indistinguishable from the black space around it. . The idea of an object with gravity strong enough to prevent light from escaping was proposed in

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