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  • In The Dark Side Of Science Book Review

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    In The Dark Side of science by Heather E. Douglas that published in the November (2011) issue of The Scientist, promotes the use of forethought on studies done by scientists. Dr. Douglas focuses on the great need for the studies done to include the negative outcome on life vs just the positive. In a closer reading Dr. Douglas is humanizing the situation to connect with scientists explaining why we need to take responsibility for our actions. Dr. Douglas feels it is in the scientist of who discovers

  • Is The Book 'The Giver' By Louis Lowry: Science Fiction Or Reality?

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    The Giver by Louis Lowry is an exceptional book that is indeed science fiction, which fits in the genre of modern fantasy. According to Tunnell and Jacobs, “Science fiction differs from fantasy not in subject matter but in aim, and its unique aim is to suggest real hypotheses about mankind’s future or about the nature of the universe…Science fiction also concerns the way in which scientific possibilities might affect societies of human or alien beings or both. Therefore, it is sometime called futuristic

  • Galen's Book Of Science

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    1. Even the best scientists have been wrong about some things. Give two examples from this video where well-known scientists were wrong. First, Galen’s book of anatomy is a helpful book of life, but Vesalius corrects his mistakes after mistakes. Although Vesalius needs to use Galen’s book as a material to teach students, Vesalius still encourage the students what they actually see. Second, Giovanni Borelli as a mathematician broke down a body into different component parts and he defines that life

  • The Example Of Perseverance In The Nonfiction Literature

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    there were countless times that she was faced adversity and still achieved success. My third example is Earl Simmons (DMX) from the book “E.A.R.L”. He went through a tough time at almost all time growing up and he never gave up and achieved success. Perseverance creates success; therefore, when you stick through something you can accomplish what you want. In the book “Warriors Don’t Cry” Melba Pattillo Beals and the rest of the Little Rock 9 were faced with racism as they were trying to go to a all

  • The Importance Of Current Science Books

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    chapters of their science books and digging up 'experiments' that simply used a mirror, water, and sunlight to demonstrate the formation of rainbow colours. The results challenged the mind and instantly brought up questions that would not rest until their answers had been sought out. This sort of healthy curiosity was common in the past but is gradually decreasing with time. Nowadays science has become just another boring subject

  • Bad Science Book Essay

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    Bad Science Book I have learned many new things from the reading of Bad Science. I have a few of them that I will discuss because they caught my interest. To start off, I would like to talk about the exploration of cosmetics in the book. Everything ranging from significance of ingredients to its marketing is falsified. It is presented as a breakthrough innovation yet it is an iteration based off of Vaseline. Scientists wanted to replicate Vaseline and remove the grease associated with it. It

  • The New Science Of Winning Book

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    In the New Science of Winning book, (Davenport & Harris, 2007, p.7) analytics is defined as “the extensive use of data, statistical and quantitative analysis, explanatory and predictive models, and fact-based management to drive decisions and actions.” [1]. To be successful in today’s competition, my current employer, DLL Financial Solutions Partner (DLL), is competing on analytics and fully aligned its core strategies to be supported by extensive statistical and computer based decisions. DLL is

  • Book Analysis: The Science of Muddling Through

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    A Summary of: The Science of “Muddling Through” By Charles E. Lindblom ------------------------------------------------- Public Administration Review, Vol.XIX, No.2 (Spring, 1959), 79-88 I. Introduction This article discusses two different strategies for comparing policies. The first strategy, Lindblom entitles Root, or Rational-Comprehensive Lindblom refers to the second strategy as Branch, or Successive Limited Comparisons. After a brief explanation of the two systems, he goes on to argue

  • My Daily Life In Everyday Life

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    Books are essential to everyday life. They provide entertainment to the masses. They allow students to learn without teachers. They can contain anything that someone might want to read. Books have shaped my life and made me the person I am today. Just as Sherman Alexie found his calling as a child in books and reading, books taught me things that teachers couldn’t and were there for my learning when no one else could be. When I was in kindergarten, I was the only child in my class who didn’t know

  • Book Striiff Book Report

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    York’s Best Selling Books Stiff by Mary Roach was a delight to read. I personally think this book was very informative, but in such a way that the reader wants to keep reading. Not only was the book entertaining and informative while reading, but it seemed as though time was not be mentioned, because of how fast the book went by. Starting off with the introduction part of the book was a bit longer for me to get through, but after I passed that part, I really enjoyed the rest of the book. I would recommend