Alternative therapies
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...Alternative Therapies Nursing work March 11, Alternative Therapy in Bipolar Disorder The treatment of bipolar disorder entails keeping in check manic and depressive symptoms. Manic symptoms include spontaneous behavior, extreme petulance, and worry while depressive symptoms include low mood, loss of appetite, and emotive unresponsiveness. Fewer alternative treatments for manic disorder exist compared to those of depressive indicators because most patients with bipolar disorder suffer from depressive tendencies. As a nurse practitioner, I would advise the patient’s family on the available alternative therapies for bipolar...
Alternative medicine
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...Alternative Medicine Literature Review The prominent question surrounding the use of alternative medicine is whether there is enough evidence that confirms the benefits accrued from its use. The scepticism is based on the fact that the health benefits of the alternative medicine have not been fully assessed in a satisfactory way. According to Micozzi (2006), “Allopathic medicine is considered the “scientific” healing art, whereas the alternatives have been considered “non-scientific” (p. 3). Allopathic medicine is more popular across the health care divide because satisfactory research and evidence is available to support its use. According to Kaptchuk (2002), most research studies related... ...
Alternative media
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...Alternative Media In regards to alternative media the topic I chose to analyze was Adbuster’s culture jammer campaign, wherein advertising is co-opted in creative ways to advance political points. One of the major such means is through the taking of adds that were initially intended for one purpose and altering them as a means of making a political statement on what is believed to be the insidious nature of their message. In these regards, a wide variety of advertisements have been implemented. Once such example concerns tobacco advertising; in the Adbuster’s add Joe the Camel is featured much in the same way one might expect except that rather than...
Alternative Energy
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...Alternative Energy Sources Alternative Energy Sources Introduction The world is facing several crises due to lack of sustainable energy sources. Humans are increasingly competing for the existing energy sources, which are limited. Moreover, numerous conflicts have arisen due to the increasing demand for energy. Most of the current energy sources are not sustainable and their usage results in excessive pollution in addition to global warming. There is thus need for alternative energy sources to resolve the existing energy conflicts. The alternative energy source should enable humans to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. The...
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...Alternative Media In the modern age nobody goes to the market and bus productswhose names are unheard of. The only way to tell people about a specific product is through advertisement. Now adays you see advertisements everywhere, from the front page of the morning newspaper to the breaks in between the late night TV shows. Innovative methods have been invented to catch the eye of the consumer; from the covers of cigarette packs to huge billboards on main highways. The conventional methods are getting old for consumers and a new method which caught my eye when I received a text message informing me about the new pizza place that had opened recently, in my vicinity. I had no clue... and Section # of...
Alternative Medicine
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...Alternative medicine: Alternative medicine like the suggests is the type of medicines used other than the conventional doctor-prescribed-pharmaceutically produced medicines. It is also referred to as complementary medicine. The origin and use of alternative medicines can be traced back to ancient cultures and civilizations in China, India, Native America and even Africa. (Complementary or alternative medicines, 2008) According to Silverstein and Spiegel, alternative medicine can be defined as ways of medical intervention that are neither taught as part of medical school curriculum nor are they normally...
Alternative Energy
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...Alternative Energy The use of alternative, sustainable sources of energy such as wind, solar, hydro-electric and geothermal is essential for the future of mankind. Presently, the majority of energy consumption is from coal which is used for electric generation and oil in the form of gasoline for transport. These “fossil fuels” are poisoning the atmosphere and are a limited resource. In addition, the supply of oil is dependent on the political whims in an unstable region of the world, the Middle East. The economy of the 21st Century and beyond will be powered by alternative means. Electricity will not be generated by coal and oil will not...
Alternative Energy
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...alternative energy the solution to dependence on oil? Essay and Number Submitted Introduction There has been growing concerns recently over the possible implications of overdependence on oil. Scientists predicted that the world has reached the peak of oil production, which suggests that oil reserves are near total exhaustion. Hence, advocates of alternative energy stepped forward to promote the use of renewable energies as a solution to dependence on oil. They mentioned some of the major environmental advantages of alternative energy. However, there are those who argue that alternative energy sources have more...
Alternative therapist
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...Alternative Therapist: History and Role in Modern Medicine Alternative medicine has increasingly gained popularity for the past 25 years and a lot of the credit for the revamp of this health system is due to the Alternative therapists that have been professionalizing their practice and placing standard for proper scientific evaluation. From being dissed by the modern medical world to its status today, Alternative medicine and its practitioners – the alternative therapists are indispensable tools for holistic healing. In the future, more scientific evidence of the effectiveness of...
The Alternative
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...Alternative Introduction The Alternative, Healthier Options for People on the Go, is a fast food chain that will conquer most major cities in Australia offering a healthier product line in the fast food arena. It will address the growing concern of people on the go to have a better choice when it comes to food served at speed, so that image conscious individuals from the university to young urban professionals will have great-tasting low calorie salad, burger with white meat patties, fat-free meat pies and refreshing fruit juices. Using the hybrid segmentation approach called demographic and psychographic profiles, The Alternative's...
Alternative Tourism
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...Alternative Tourism Introduction Under conditions of modern globalized world there are many different options for development of various human activities. Cultural interchange between different countries and the ability of one country to support developing nations by means of tourism cannot be denied as a perfect alternative of economic and social development of the country. Nevertheless, it should be mentioned that there are numerous forms of tourism nowadays. Alternative tourism is positioned as a part of sustainable tourism. This niche of tourism comprises cultural tourists, environmental tourists, geotourists, pop culture tourists,...
Alternative Assessment
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...Alternative Assessments Schools are just but a factory that manufactures useful men and women out of boys and girls in that respect. In this regard, schools are meant to instill academic skills in students which will eventually make them responsible members of the generations to come. It should be noted that schools are not only meant to teach but also required to measure the child’s individual mastery of concepts and skills and also to gauge the individual acquisition of the entire study. This paper therefore is about a critique on reaction report based on alternative assessment, focus being on performance-based assessment and curriculum-based assessment. Research has demonstrated... affiliation...
Alternative energy
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...Alternative Energy Introduction Solar energy refers to power derived from the Sun; it is a crucial form of energy that supports and drives life on Earth. For many years, solar energy has acted as a reliable source of power because of the large energy amounts that it avails. With the use of modern technology to harness solar power, energy from the sun can significantly contribute to the well being of humans. In the contemporary world, the emergence of solar panels has rendered solar energy effective. Solar power can be harnessed using solar panels, and this energy can be used to serve many purposes. The use of solar panels requires the use of the appropriate strategy, which...
Alternative cinema
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...Alternative Cinema The film Stranger Than Paradise was written and directed by Jim Jarmusch in America in 1984. The dead-pan comedy became famous inU.S. It is a story about exile concerning oneself and the state. The film won various awards in the film industry the same year it was released. In 1984, the film scooped the Camera d’Or award among other coveted awards. The following paper discusses the alternative forms of filmmaking and content and what the filmmaker achieves through such deviations and how the film contrasts to convectional Hollywood filmmaking. these deviations include performance, sound, rehearsing and cinematography. The film Stranger...
Alternative methodology
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...Alternative Methodology Introduction As opposed to the scientific approach to research, the constructivist approach views research in a different way. From an analysis of Swain and Hammond’s (2011) research on the motivations and outcomes of studying for part-time mature students in higher education, it is evident that the research takes a constructivist approach. This research theory or paradigm is a theory that is mostly used in qualitative research. From Swain and Hammond (2011), it can be seen that the research is qualitative, since it does not quantify the data or the results. From definition, the constructivist theory is one where mankind construct their own...
Alternative Therapy
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...alternative remedies, one of the most important aspects that these oftentimes seek to integrate is an improvement in the overall quality of life of the individual. In case of terminal... Although the level of medical knowledge has greatly increased and expanded within the past few decades, there are still number of areas in which the traditional medicinal approach to dealing with disease and wellness falls short. One these shortcomings is the fact that public policy with regards the way in which therapies are integrated with the patient are almost always based upon the means by which the action will integrate with the disease or illness in question (Cheng & Ives, 2010). However, with regards to...
Alternative media
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...Alternative Media In regards to alternative media the topic I chose to analyze was Adbuster’s culture jammer campaign, wherein advertising is co-opted in creative ways to advance political points. One of the major such means is through the taking of adds that were initially intended for one purpose and altering them as a means of making a political statement on what is believed to be the insidious nature of their message. In these regards, a wide variety of advertisements have been implemented. Once such example concerns tobacco advertising; in the Adbuster’s add Joe the Camel is featured much in the same way one might expect except that rather than...
Alternative Assignment
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...Alternative Assignment Paper Outline Introduction Techniques Selected Technique I. Background II. Process III. Example IV. Strengths & Weaknesses Technique 2 I. Background II. Process III. Example IV. Strengths & Weaknesses Technique 3 I. Background II. Process III. Example IV. Strengths & Weaknesses Comparison of Techniques Conclusion Introduction This project is a review of the processes that operate in Maple Ridge Engineering. From the Business analyst perspective, the management of MRE is in need to implement a change process, which in this case involves the processes of strategic planning. It uses specific tools for implementing the process. MRE focused on the...
Alternative Energy
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...Alternative Energy The world is highly dependent on fossil fuels for its energy needs. The biggest disadvantage of fossil fuels is that it causesglobal warming and environment degradation. Moreover, fossil fuels can last for 100 years or so as consumption rate of fossil fuels is much higher than the rate at which they are now discovered. In view of this, it becomes essential to find alternative sources of energy that can replace fossil fuels. The paper attempts to explore the possible alternative sources of energy that can be harnessed and the impediments that come in way in using these sources of energy; the most potential energy source that could be part of human life in future. Proven... ...
Alternative advertising
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...Alternative advertising example. Due at the beginning Find a specific example of "alternative advertising."  The example can be something youve seen or read about. The promotion should not be one of the 7 major media types (pg 441). I would like to cite a personal experience about alternative advertising that is very effective that I immediately bought the product after watching the film. This is called brand integration or the imbedding of a product in a film that makes the target market want the product. What company is it and what innovative way are they conveying their message?   In this case I will use the example of Under Armour T... ___________________________ Group # _____ EX 15B (6 points)...
Alternative Fuels
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...Alternative Fuels A business opportunity for future England is one of the few countries which have enticed huge investments. The rapid investments are predicted to be mainly from the huge foreign exchange flow due to the mergers and acquisitions. The economy is largely driven by the industries and its allied firms. The energy consumption has increased to a considerable extent at a rate of 10.6% from 1991(Industry consumption & energy outputs, NETCEN).The main fuels utilized are the fossil fuels. The consumption of these fossils fuels has increased to a considerable extent. England government has The above graph clearly depicts the growing need for the fuels in various sectors. Considering... ...
Alternative energy
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...Alternative Energy In the present age, scientists are trying hard to explore environment friendly and green sources of energy in an attempt to protect the environment as well as minimize the dependency of humans on the traditional sources of energy like fossil fuels and oil. “Some predict a hydrogen economy. Others say solar is the way to go. Wilder schemes involve sky-high wind turbines or antimatter engines” (Than, 2005). The main sources of energy in the future include but are not limited to wind energy and solar energy. However, numerous challenges lie in the utilization of these sources in the future. The Guinness Atkinson Alternative Energy Fund’s...
Alternative Benchmarking
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...alternative arrangements to join forces with other players to ensure it’s current and long term survival. Some of the options available for the two companies to interchange resources are joint ventures, strategic alliances, hostile takeover, minority ownership, partnerships and exporting. The Lester Electronics scenario demonstrates a case in which many players are negotiating and evaluating different alternatives to buy equity sell equity or join forces with another player in the industry. Lester Electronics had an exclusivity agreement to purchase its electronic supplies... Part I The business world in the 21st century has become an extremely competitive environment in which corporation seeks...
Alternative media
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...Alternative Media In the modern age nobody goes to the market and bus products whose names are unheard of. The only way to tell people about a specific product is through advertisement. Now adays you see advertisements everywhere, from the front page of the morning newspaper to the breaks in between the late night TV shows. Innovative methods have been invented to catch the eye of the consumer; from the covers of cigarette packs to huge billboards on main highways. The conventional methods are getting old for consumers and a new method which caught my eye when I received a text message informing me about the new pizza place that had opened recently, in my vicinity. I had no clue... ? and Section # of...
Alternative Medicine
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...alternative to drug therapy for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease and several other common ailments is the herb known commonly as yarrow. There are a number of different... Dietary Supplements There is a strong tendency among people to read an article in a magazine and believe everything it claims to the degree that it is presented in a professional way. This tendency seems to be even stronger when the article contains information about one’s health – how to improve it or what might be threatening it. This is one of the main ways people have of learning about various herbal remedies that might cure what ails them. Another way people gain information about new herbal treatments are through...
Alternative Fuel
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...Alternative fuels not only burn cleaner producing lower emissions, but some are even renewable, unlike fossil fuels, which means we could develop a continuous supply of them. The alternative fuels in use today include ethanol, biodiesel, methanol, natural gas, propane, electricity, and hydrogen. Biofuels are renewable since they are produced from biomass i.e. organic matter, such as plants. They generate about the same amount of carbon dioxide (a greenhouse gas) from the tailpipe as fossil fuels, but the plants that are grown to produce the biofuels actually remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere (ERCL, 1999... Michael Lenser Miller Chemistry 104 July 20, 2007 How to convert vegetables into usable...
Alternative energy
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...alternative supplier of energy that mounts the availability of solar energy; passive solar energy technologies minimizes... 3 November A Technical Report on Solar Energy Since time immemorial,sun is considered as a natural source of energy. It is massive, nonthreatening to the environment and, by and large, harmonious with daily and periodic energy demands. Solar energy, which generally comes from the suns heat and beaming light, has been exploited by earlier civilizations through the use of evolutionary technologies. Today, innovative technologies have been invented to generate and store solar power from the sun: solar photovoltaic, solar thermal power, and solar architecture among others, which is...
Alternative assignment
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...Alternative Assignment: Music within 24 Hours Music is all around. It is true that music is not only confined to the songs that people hear on the radio or on one’s iPod. Music is everywhere. As one reflected on the amount of sounds and the different types of musical tunes and elements that one hears within a 24-hour time frame, it is just amazing that all of the sounds form part of an individual’s daily routine. In this regard, the current essay aims to present an identification of different types of music and sounds that could be considered music to one’s hear within 24 hours. One initially documented the experiences on all the sounds and musical tunes that were heard...
Alternative Assgiment
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...alternative social identity, which may change the current accessibility to information about self in the memory. In cases where the stereotype is taken as irrelevant, it may be because of not identifying with the negative stereotype. The implication for the stereotype threat is that the present work provides the most direct and up to date process model for how these treats affect women performance in mathematics. It was found during the experiments carried out that reduced working memory capacity affected the performance due to the negative stereotypes... Psychology This paper is a summary of three psychological articles written by different people. The first paper is called ‘Multiple Social Identities...
Alternative Energy
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...alternate energy methods that could be used and how these methods would impact the environment. Global warming will also be discussed in this paper and major contributors towards global warming will be comprehensively analyzed. Alternative Energy Gasoline crisis is not a new problem; the same problem was first experienced by the US during... ?Client’s 11 December The activities of human beings are certainly beyond the pale, the ozone layer has been depleting at an alarming rate and it is very important to find energy sources that would not pollute the environment but this needs to be done at the drop of a hat otherwise it could be all doom and gloom for human beings. This paper will sheds light upon...
Alternative Energy Sources
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...Alternative Energy Sources and Energy Conservation Oil has been the principle source of energy in the world sincethe beginning of the twentieth century. Majority of the important industries in the world depend on oil products, thus, the supply and price of oil products have become an integral determinant of the global economy. The problem with oil has been its reliability in terms of supply and price, with the latter often experiencing abrupt changes because of crises in exporting countries (on a national and international nature). Moreover, the fact that oil is a natural-occurring commodity threatens its perpetual supply. Additionally, consumption of oil as a source of...
Alternative Fuel Vehicle.
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...ALTERNATIVE FUEL VEHICLES The need for fuel transportation in the world is rising, and minimizing consumption of fuel and pollution us a crucial priority and an obstacle. The automakers and governments long-term objective is to reduce reliance of fossil fuels by enhancing the effectiveness of operations and inventing modern technologies. Automobile industry’s strategy of emission reduction involves lowering consumption of fuel and developing alternative fuel and vehicle Introduction Various alternative fuels are in productions for utilization in hybrid or alternative fuel cars and sophisticated technology cars. Global...
Alternative Energy Sources
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...Alternative Energy Resources in a Sustainable World The use of alternative energy resources such as solar power, hydel power, tidal power, wind energy, geothermal energy and biogas as a substitute to fossil fuel-based energy resources is being discussed at various levels. The issue is being analyzed from technical, economic, environmental and political perspectives, with a number of arguments coming in favour of the use of alternative energy resources as well as arguments against it. In the sections below, the arguments made in favour as well as against the substitution of alternative energy resources for fossil fuel resources are identified and discussed. Arguments in Favour... of...
Alternative fules-----history
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...Alternative fuels-History Introduction Alternative sources of fuel relates to the sources that do not cause depletion tothe natural resources as well as not causing any harm to the environment. The history of the alternative fuel sources can be traced back to ancient times. In fact any form of fuel that is discovered by human beings definitely falls in the category of alternative fuels as they replace the former ones. For example, in the middle ages coal became an alternative to wood fuel that was initially used by people commonly to cook as well as to heat and light their homes. Later in the early 19th...
Alternative Energy Source
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...Alternative Energy Source This research on alternative energy source will enlist a range of sources that cover various dimensions on the subject of alternative energy source. It is important to consider the fact that the sources include various publications on such subjects as green energy and the development of sound frameworks that might be used to explore the major themes that attend to the subject matter. On this level, I will consider arranging the dominant subjects of the research in the categories of challenges, merits, cost implications, and stages in the development of alternative energy sources. Also important is the matter of environmental conservation as understood together... ...
Alternative medicine: Music
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...Alternative medicine: Alternative medicine like the suggests is the type of medicines used other than the conventional doctor-prescribed-pharmaceutically produced medicines. It is also referred to as complementary medicine. The origin and use of alternative medicines can be traced back to ancient cultures and civilizations in China, India, Native America and even Africa. (Complementary or alternative medicines, 2008) According to Silverstein and Spiegel, alternative medicine can be defined as ways of medical intervention that are neither taught as part of medical school curriculum nor are they normally...
Alternative Fuel Vehicles
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...alternative fuels available today, we briefly discuss the reasons, which led the automotive industries and governments to discourage conventional fuels and invest in alternative technologies. The main factor that triggered governments’ interest in alternative fuel research was the oil crisis of 1973 and 1979 which was followed by a steep rise in oil prices. Moreover, the increase in green house gases (GHG) emission and other environment concerns have... Ever since the birth of first commercially available vehicle in 1886 (Benz Motorwagen), life style of man has been revolutionized. Distances have virtually reduced as travelling has become easier, faster and more comfortable. Today, the total number of...
Complimentary Alternative & Intergrative Medicine
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...Alternative Medicine (CAM) for treatment of certain medical conditions. In a nationwide survey conducted among 31,000 American adults, thirty-eight percent resorted to some form of CAM in the previous 12 months, that percentage excludes the use of prayer and megavitamins which will raise the figures to 62% ( Stone & Matthews, 1996, p.64 .).Why is this trend steadily gaining acceptance? What are the factors that can be attributed to the increased acceptance of CAM? Presently, what are the obstacles in the acceptance of CAM in some groups in the US? This research attempts to answer these questions... In the past two decades, the American population has increasingly resorted to Complementary and...
Alternative Energy Resources
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...Alternative Energy Resources Introduction The increasing energy requirements of the world have started debate about energy deduction using alternative resources. Energy is the ultimate source of gaining power, advancement and development. The conventional methods of producing energy are expensive and require several protocols (Jorgensen 22). The energy requirements of the world are ever increasing therefore substitutes exploration phase needs enhancement. In the lieu of energy production; researchers, scientists, analysts and several innovators have suggested numerous reminiscent measures through which energy can be generated so that humanity would not be...
PAIN AND ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES
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...ALTERNATIVE THERAPIES What a postoperative nurse should know about mastectomy Mastectomy paints require extensive care. For this reason, nurse should be aware of the role of axillary lymph node dissection (Weaver, 2009). The nurse’s evaluation might assist in recommending help like sentinel lymph node biopsy. In addition, the nurse should determine a patient’s awareness of the risk factors and postoperative care recommendations. In regards to this, the nurse should be able to advise the patient on appropriate fitness plan to minimize the formation of scar tissue, care for bandage over the incision and the surgical drain. Most important, the nurse should acknowledge psychological status... PAIN AND...
Hydrogen as alternative energy
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...alternative energy “Hydrogen is one of the most important elements in nature for its qualities and use in fuel production.” (Williams, Chris "Pond life: the future of energy". Science (The Register). (2006-02-24). Introduction: Hydrogen constitutes the biology of our body in the form of NADH and serves as a vital natural substance. It produces energy and water as a by-product of the reaction between hydrogen and oxygen. Hence the life of any organism depends on the amount of energy produced by this reaction. Some decade’s age, a Nobel Prize winner biochemist, Szent-Gyorgyi enlightened the world about the extensive advantages of hydrogen use and declared it even more important than... Hydrogen as...
The New Alternative Craft
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...Alternative Craft New alternative craft can be described as unconventional, eccentric or exceptional. It however, takes a leaf from the mainstream art in terms of creativity and creation. In the new age today, younger artists have attempted to revolutionalize the aspect of creating by incorporating skill and spontaneity in design to have an alternative end product in crafting. The conventional aspects of art are constantly brought out in a fresh through reinvention, repurposing and redirecting of objects according to (Engestrom, 2005). This study investigates the growing popularity of the alternative craft among the young people. In addition to that, there will be an exploration of three... The New...
INTERNATIONAL ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
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...alternative causes of action that would be brought before the court that are related to the underlying contract, while not really a part of the underlying contract. This means that the Fiona court stopped short of stating that arbitrators may decide issues relating to the contract if the contract... ?Introduction Whether an arbitration clause survives the death of the contract, or the invalidity of a contract, is one of evolving law in England. Starting with the early days, arbitration clauses were considered just another contract term, therefore were not deemed to survive the death of a contract, let alone its invalidity. However, this evolved in steps – first, the arbitration clause began to be...
Alternative Energy Sources
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...Alternative Energy Sources Alternative energy resources are the only possible way to prevent global warming and preserve natural environment from degradation and extinction of species. World growth cannot continue without energy constraints at rates near historic highs. In the first few decades some increase results in dependence on oil and gas, but this increase need be no more than is readily accommodated by world excess capacity. The main advantage is low cost and environmentally friendly design of collectors. Thesis Wind energy is one of the most cost effective solutions to traditional resources like coal, oil or nuclear power. The threat of future shortages of liquid and gaseous... 12 October 2009...
Alternative Fuels for Automobiles
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...Alternative Fuels for Automobiles Introduction The current age we live in is run by the use of fossil fuel and as everybody knows the fuel source is getting depleted at a high level, which is raising high concern to the human population all over the world. We have been utilizing petrol and diesel over a span of century and now the time has come that we switch on to another alternative fuels in an effort to save the living standard of the people of the 21st century. According to (Wald)“One of the nation’s biggest energy problems is that nearly all of its ground transportation fuel is derived from oil”. So in order to continue with our sophisticated class of living and protect nature... , the...
Null and Alternative Testing
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...Alternative Testing A. Null hypothesis, alternative hypothesis, test statistic, type I error, type II error, rejection region,significance level, one-tail and two-tail hypothesis test are some of the terms that one encounter during hypothesis testing. Null and alternative hypotheses have to be mutually exclusive because only one of them can be true in the given circumstances. That means if the null hypothesis is proved incorrect with sufficient certainty, then one can conclude that the alternative hypothesis is true. B. One-sample t-test is used for comparing a sample mean with the population mean. A t-test is most suitable for a single sample hypothesis test when researcher... Null and...
Strategic-Alternative Bundles
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...Alternative Bundles s Strategic-Alternative Bundles The business environment isextremely uncertain. In this regard, the business managers need to be flexible as well as innovative in order to survive. Strategic alternatives enable the companies to gain competitive advantage. The strategic-alternatives bundles have various elements including exclusivity, plausibility, and if they are worthwhile. First, Abraham (2012) argues that there is need to know if the bundles are mutual exclusive. It implies that doing one means eliminates the ability to do the others. In order to be sure, the components of one element can be common with the other. The question is directed to the whole alternative... Strategic-Alter...
Predictors of Alternative Monitoring
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...Alternative Monitoring Predictors: When the Grass Looks Greener on the Other Side" by Sylvia Niehuis offers significant insights about the predictors of alternative monitoring. This is an article published by North American Journal of Psychology in the year 2005 and the author makes an important attempt to determine the predictors of potential romantic partners. In fact, Sylvia Niehuis clearly summarizes the major findings of the study in the abstract of the article and, accordingly... Postcard to Mrs. Jenks Hi Jenks, I write this to share with you about my most recent reading as part of my studies in psychology and I am definite that you would be happy about the new learning in my course. The article...
Derivatives and Alternative Investments
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...ALTERNATIVE INVESTMENTS by Question The managerwants to hedge the interest rate risk on bonds to ascertain or dispute this it is necessary to consider why a firm should hedge or not. In an ideal assets market, corporations may not require to hedge exchange risk. But corporations can boost their worth by hedging if markets are unsatisfactory. The asset manager is correct to propose hedging the equity risk using future bonds and equity. First, if management understands about the corporation’s risks better than shareholders, the corporation, not its stakeholders, can hedge. Subsequent, corporation could be capable to hedge at a lower cost. Corporate hedging can be justified if default... ?DERIVATIVES AND...
Alternative medical practice
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...alternatives in the field of medicine that pertain to the specific medicines, the treatment and healing mechanisms which can help finding alternates and possible multiple options for better health care structure in the country. The entire program aims to construct patterns and paths for alternative medical treatments, therapies and remedies which may not be possible through the conventional manners. Alternative fix: The term has been in vogue since the last decade of last century and since... Introduction: N.C.C.A.M is basically a health care and medication agency(Lindquist & Snyder, 4) working under the direct control of government of United States of America. It works for the purpose of searching for...
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