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  • Essay on Cause and Effect

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    buy the recall were the Radial ATX, Radial AXT II, and some Wilderness AT tires. Only the versions of these tires that have "VD" at the beginning of the serial number are affected. These tires are found mainly on the Ford Explorer and the Mercury Mountaineer. "We made some bad tires and we take full responsibility for those" said Firestone executive John Lampe (Naughton). The effect of these 6.5 million recalled tires is starting to show through. "We have seen an alarming number of serious

  • Essay about A Killer Profit

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    The uncertainty of where the burden of responsibility begins and ends within the consumer and manufacturer relationship has continued to fuel many moral controversies. In a free enterprise system, where government regulation is limited, it is critical to examine this issue as billions of transactions are occurring daily and in some extreme cases become deadly. An instance of this can be illustrated in the Ford Explorer Rollover lawsuit. Although there have been several theories to explain this

  • Dodge Durango And The 2015 Ford Explorer

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    The 2015 Dodge Durango and the 2015 Ford Explorer are both sport utility vehicles, SUV for short, with lots of class and style. These two vehicles are widely sold across the United States. They are known for their sleek style and appearance. The 2015 Dodge Durango is in its third generation. It is a three-row unibody SUV that shares its platform with the Jeep Grand Cherokee and the last generation of the Mercedes-Benz M-class. The Dodge Durango stretches 202.1 inches long, 75.8 inches wide and 70

  • The Edsel: Ford's Failure of the 50's

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    First produced in 1958, The Edsel was produced by inspiration of Henry Ford’s Son, Edsel Ford, who passed away on May 26th, 1943. The Edsel was only on production for 3 years. Only about 160,000 Edsels were produced in that time period due to the lack of sales (Skinner). This model of car was discontinued in 1960 and the failure cost Ford Motor Company millions of dollars. There are still a few thousand Edsels in existence and there are clubs around the world founded exclusively for owners of the

  • American Muscle Speech Essay

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    Title: American muscle Purpose: After listening to my speech my audience will be familiar with the three American muscles of the 60’s. Thesis: Although there were many American Muscles cars created in the 60’s only three were widely recognized. I. Introduction A. Attention Getter: A loud roar is heard in the distance as the driver revs his engine. Eight cylinders of Intense power with its five speed transmission. Cars that are meant to be raced and compared to each other

  • The Vaccine Of Autism Connection

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    symptoms including defects in coordination and motor skills, visual disturbances, and immune suppression. What researchers like Larry Trivieri Jr. have realized over the last decade is these symptoms are extremely similar to the effects of mercury poisoning. Mercury makes up 50% of Thimersal, a preservative found in vaccines; “The increases in the occurrence of autism are closely linked to the widespread use of thimersalcontaining vaccines,” says Trivieri. While the possible link between autism and

  • Toxic Waste And Hazardous Waste

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    In the world that we live in today, it is unfortunate that we hear about people being exposed to hazardous waste and think nothing of it. When any person is exposed to hazardous waste it is a serious situation and it should not be ignored. Any type of contact with the waste could also expose many people to life threating health problems. In this paper I will discuss what hazardous waste is defined as, those who have been effected by it and the health problems that will come with being exposed to

  • Psysics Behind Changes in Planetary Orbit

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    Physics behind changes in planetary orbit April 07,2014 “Oh no, a small field of asteroid the size of Pluto is heading towards Earth on a direct collision course!” The Earth and all of its inhabitants are now facing certain extinction. What are the Earth’s inhabitants to do? Is it possible to move the planet out of the way in time? Fortunately for humanity, there are many ways to actually change the Earth’s orbit both plausible and unrealistic, but one must completely understand the physics

  • Lee Iacocc An American Business Leader

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    Abstract Lee Iacocca is a businessman in the American automobile industry. He progressed up the ranks at Ford Motor Company to ultimately become its president in 1970. He is credited with such automotive hits as the Mustang and the Lincoln Mark III. He was fired by Henry Ford in 1978 due to personal differences. Chrysler Corporation was in a state of near bankruptcy in 1979 and called upon the leadership and expertise of Lee Iacocca to help save the company. Through his toughness and perseverance

  • Johannes Kepler 's A Perfect World

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    Johannes Kepler was a modern individual and he believed that God would have created a perfect world and in that world everything was geometrically perfect. In Banville’s book about Kepler it says, “The search for knowledge everywhere encounters geometrical relations in nature, which God, in creating the world, laid out (Banville 1981, p.145).” As he pursued the answer to planetary motion, he assumed that the planets orbited the sun in a perfect circle. He tried to seek order in his chaotic life through