Coal ash is rich in minerals including large quantities of aluminum and iron , which haven 't been fully looked into . If the government could really regulate coal-fired plants , these would be great advantages of having them . In conclusion , coal-fired plants are hazardous to human health , animals , and nature especially for those of us living in the Great Lakes region . Instead of the Michigan Coal 5 government looking at just the economic advantages of coal , they should also be focusing on...
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It can even help parents in saving up to 10 ,000 per child annually while providing a better and much conducive academic environment to the child at home . Options other than the home-schools cost more since they charge for allied services and facilities they offer which are in addition to the tuition fee . Whereas in home-schools , parents only have to pay for the books and stationary items and no other expenses are required to be borne by the parents (Poyoh...
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DNA damage so that DNA repair can be carried out , and triggering apoptosis if the damage cannot be repaired , thus preventing mutations from spreading . Tumor suppressor genes are actually transcription factors that are triggered by DNA or cellular damage , such as ultraviolet irradiation or oxygen deprivation , which often result in loose genetic material that ultimately lead to the activation of...
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At a localized level , it sometimes become very hard to define a disaster or an emergency . It would largely depend upon the nature of the event occurring at a certain place , effecting particular people . A major fault in the telephone switching system may be termed as an emergency for people employed there , a storm can bring disaster to power lines...
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There is the semiarid deserts of scattered trees , scrub and grasses coastal deserts , like the Atacama of Chile and the deserts on the polar ice cap of the Antarctic and Greenland (Grolier , 2000 vol .6 ) Oases are pockets of fertile land in a dry desert . These occur where an aquifer , or underground stream , comes to the surface . These deserts can...
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Step 7 when he /she is prepared to release the ball at its highest point . This is when the throwing arm is above the thrower 's head (in a slight manner ) while being out towards the side . Step 8 is when velocity and spiral is added as the thrower releases the ball only when he /she first flicks his /her...
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For almost 70 years , Frank Lloyd Wright was able to create a striking variety of architecture forms . Wright 's works ranged from traditional buildings typical of the late 1800 's to ultramodern designs , such as his plan for skyscraper 1 mile (1 .6 kilometers ) high (see Storrer , William Allin . ``The Frank Lloyd Companion . Frank Lloyd Wright became internationally famous as...
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But close examination of the contractile event reveals that the actin- and myosin- containing filaments do not change in length as the sarcomeres shorten , instead they remain the same length during the muscle contraction . So how can muscle cell shortening be explained ? It can be explained through the sliding filament theory of contraction . Here , shortening of the sarcomeres is produced...
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Structural abnormalities of any part of the female reproductive tract , such as fallopian tube scarring or improper growth of the endometrial lining (endometriosis ) may prevent a woman from conceiving . Similarly , obstructions to the male spermatic ducts may physically prevent proper ejaculation and therefore conception . In both males and females , a substantial proportion of reproductive system pathologies result from absent or...
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Brownell and Horgen 2003 . Studies have also showed that poorer neighbourhoods have more fast- food restaurants , fewer grocery stores and fewer options of healthy food choices in the stores (Kring 2007 . People are also all subjected to impacts of different advertisements that promotes high fat and high calorie products such as snacks , desserts and meals in fast-food restaurants (Brownell and...
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The ecological hierarchy is certainly been dismantled but militant level of fishing . We need to revitalize and better manage our sea resource , which is otherwise neglected . The case of deforestation and extinction of wild animals seems move visible , but the dangers included in sea exploitation are often ignored by our society , which at the same time is equally dangerous . We...
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The existence of these genres was widely accepted but debates arose as to the exact time of their existence . There were also concerns on whether which one is the ancestor of which or if they lived all at the same time . If we are to base conclusions on fossils and ancient tool discoveries associated with the hominin history , it is...
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Installation art is perhaps one of the more abstract schools of art in the modern age . Installations often highly symbolic and representative of a social or historical event . ``Plight (1985 ) by the artist Beauy consists of 43 rolls of black felt placed upon a black table along with a thermometer . The work is three -dimensional and measures 310x810x1813 cm . This...
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Braille (National Geographic13 . Thus , nerve regeneration experiments is a very promising undertaking which would provide help to solve problems of treatment to Alzheimer 's , Parkinson 's , and other diss of the brain (National Geographic12 . Another feature of the brain is its ability to recognize facial expression which is associated with a universal basic emotion as proven by the experiment conducted...
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