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    “Exposure to tanning beds before the age of 30 increases melanoma risk by 75 percent.” This is a quote on an advertisement in Allure magazine. Tanning beds cause skin to age prematurely. It causes the skin to lose its elasticity and increases skin cancer. Tans are caused by harmful UV radiation from the sun or tanning lamps, and those who have one, have sustained skin cell damage. A person with a hereditary risk of melanoma has a greatly increased risk of developing melanoma during his or her lifetime

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    lava lamp

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    Lava Lamp Science Investigatory Project Submitted by: Keanu Kent B. Gargar IV – St. Ezekiel 10/7/13 Introduction A lava lamp (or Astro lamp) is a decorative novelty item, invented by British accountant Edward Craven-Walker in 1963. The lamp contains blobs of colored wax inside a glass vessel filled with clear liquid; the wax rises and falls as its density changes due to heating from an incandescent light bulb underneath the vessel. The appearance of the wax is suggestive

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    Short Story

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    and the first activity on the list was lava lamps. It was just the old colored water, oil solution with an alka-seltzer creating magnificent bubbles. Of course, we knew how it worked, but the little ones thought it was magic. After the science behind the homemade lava lamps was explained, their eyes lit up with excitement and looked eager to learn more. Before moving on to the next experiment, I announced that the kids could take home the lava lamps they had made. Initial looks of confusion appeared

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    I looked out the car window. Whatever might happen may it be moving to Texas. I used to live in California, but now we are moving to Texas to see if anything exciting would happen. We moved 16 times already, and I’m getting angry. We moved as old as I am. When I was born, we moved to Alabama. Then, when I was 2 we moved to Ohio. Then, when I was 3 we moved to Illinois. When I was 4, we moved to Michigan. When I was 5, we moved to Kentucky. When I was 6, we moved to Indiana. When I was 7, we moved

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    Pakistan's Leather Industry

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    industrial cities. The industry's center items in Pakistan are leather articles of clothing, gloves, tanned leather and footwear. In the 50s and 60s the majority of the tanned cowhide was sent out in crude structure however not long after the nearby tanning industry making semi-completed calfskin made quick advancement in making completed items because of accessibility of crude material, work and developing request in the outside business. The table below shows that leather garments rank 5th among the

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    I. Cyber Edz Internet Café Profile A. History An Internet café serves up a bank of computers with high-speed Internet access for public consumption. The customer gets charged by the minute or the hour, or might purchase a monthly pass. The Internet café might also serve food and beverages, but this isn't always the case. One breed of Internet café that persists to a lesser degree is geared towards multi-player gaming, but generally cafés were intended for surfing the Net. That could mean collecting

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    It certainly is a wonder Valentine can just drop a couple folders on my desk and walk right away trusting I’d make sense of it and get all of the numbers ‘crunched’ as he calls it. So many new things each day and so many strange words to associate. I guess no matter where you go there will always be local words to learn and know. Never knew I talked so funny till I waltzed in here. And there’s another strange one; waltz. The city folk sure have a fancy way of speaking. Sometimes I miss the simple

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    lava lamp a toy? It is a household item? It is science in action.  But what is the science of a lava lamp?  This study will determine how a lava lamp creates the look of floating blobs suspended in a liquid substance.  Through at-home trial it will be determined how factors such as density, viscosity and weight effect a successful lava lamp.   History of the Lava Lamp   The lava lamp was invented in Britain in nineteen sixty three by Edward Craven Walker.  The lava in the original lava lamp was made

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    The definition of globalization given by the writers at globalization101.org is “is a process of interaction and integration among, the people, companies, and governments of different nations, a process driven by international trade and investement and aided by information technology”. This definition, by all rights is a general, all inclusive statement about globalization and its respective components. However, the fact of the matter is, this definition does not truly reflect the importance and

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    Demand Reflection

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    The most important thing I’ve learned in this class so far has been analyzing supply and demand and how different real-life scenarios affect each of them. It seems like everything in this class so far has boiled down to supply and demand graphs, so I am sure these curves are the most important concept we have learned this far. More specifically, I’ve finally learned beyond the basics of supply and demand. Before this course, I could infer when supply and demand change, simply based on logic, but

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