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The highest scoring individual in attractiveness out of all of the celebrities was Gigi Hadid. Gigi Hadid had an average score of 8.7 and was also the highest scoring celebrity based on proximity to the golden ratio; Hadid scored a 9.5. A score of 10 would represent near perfection/perfection to the golden ratio, Hadid’s closeness is a biostatistical phenomenon. The majority of other celebrities tested in the experiment tended to have higher average rates of attractiveness when they were most approximate

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the poem “ Crushing” is a narrative with a central theme of the youthful years of under-privileged juveniles with vivid images of theft, racing, intoxication, and calming ending of a beach vision. The poem is a wholesome picture that goes from being wild in the beginning to a calming image of a beach and stars at the end, which is also a technique of the poem that is taking readers on a journey. It spectacularly builds up images of fancy and elegant partying, to a calming end of evening beach scene

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faces more attractive than real faces? Composite faces are multiple faces layered on top of each other to make one image. What affects how attractive people are? Studies from multiple scientists all other the world found that maturity, symmetry, averageness, and healthy skin, are multiple characteristics that make a face more attractive. Maturity does a great deal for a person's attractiveness. Maturity is how old one looks or is. In order to evoke the nurturing instinct in adults, infants have become

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There are mathematical equations, such as the golden ratio, which can be used to supposedly create the ideal human body. This proportion was used by Da Vinci to draw the “perfect” male body. An individual is said to have a beautiful face when it has a ratio of 1.6180339, or approximately 1.62. Facial symmetry can be measured by dividing the length of a face by the width of the widest part of the face; the closer quotient is 1.62 the more beautiful a face is according to the golden ratio. The golden

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He states, “Ordinarily Mr. Clutter’s mornings begin at six-thirty; clanging milk pails and the whispery chatter of the boys that brought them…” (Capote 7). This excerpt from In Cold Blood depicts the averageness of Herb Clutter’s life day in and day out. At that time he was wealthy enough to own and work on a farm but not too sophisticated to help out as opposed to budgeting for enough hired help. At this time farming was the norm for many families and

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Rules of attraction: Biological and evolutionary reasons of mate choice ABSTRACT Within the past decade we have witnessed a series of new developments and an enormously growing interest in the understanding of human behaviour, especially when it comes to the basic principles of human mate choice. Mate preference is something which is often considered a very individual choice and appears to be influenced by cultural and economic norms. However, on the basis of numerous research works, it is

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The term attraction will refer to a quality or feature in which it summons interest, liking or desire (Webster 2017). However, this essay will challenge why numerous people are more attractive than others. A new study claims that men who are long distance runners are more attractive in light of the fact that they have greater levels of testosterone which makes them all the more masculine and prolific. Firstly, this essay will investigate physical attractions. Secondly, it will discuss the non-physical

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caught up in symbolism it loses the syntax. Not that the story is incoherent— it's rather simple. It is the story of Justine, the veterinary school bound second child of militant vegetarians. She begins the film insisting upon her unassuming averageness: plain clothes, plain spoken, hesitant to party or confront. And as all horror films go, something goes terribly wrong with her sister and she starts craving human flesh. She then slowly realizes that she is not alone in this craving and also wants

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The concept of beauty is an integral part of human nature. For centuries men and women have designated a part of each day dedicating their time to their physical appearance. In many cultures beauty is made a priority of life. This is reflective of the expectations the media places on men and women to have a certain look. What most do not realize is beauty is not just defined by the aesthetic pleasure of faces, hair, bodies, and clothes, it is driven by many other factors. The concept of beauty does

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The End of the Tour directed by James Ponsoldt follows the story of an interview done by David Lipsky about David Wallace. The all the scenes in this movie are very intimate and give the feeling that they viewer is right there as a fly on the wall. This feeling is very important for this movie because David Wallace is a very private and socially awkward person. These scenes reflect his preference of social settings in his famous and private life. A quote from the movie that contains the essence

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