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...cold fusion Towards the end of 1989 saw the appearance of breaking news in the media on the invention of cold fusion, a type of nuclear reaction. Researchers, martin Fleishmann and Stanley Pons of Utah University, USA and pioneer reporters conducted an experiment using Palladium Deuteride crystals. The assumption was that the environment of transitional metal deuterides makes fusions of two deuterons realistic, increasing their probabilities by a certain magnitude. The research drew a lot of criticism about its reality making several energy researchers and engineers around the world dive into the issue....
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...Cold Fusion | ASP | CSS | JavaScript HONORS McKinney Writing Award Topper Award ACTIVITIES Project Literacy New England Poetry Club Massachusetts State Poetry Society... Agbasi | virtualvicky3@gmail.com EXPERIENCE and Editor Freelance | 2004-Present Academic and content on a wide variety of topics including technical projects. Editor and proofreader of articles set for publication. Closed captioned videos for accessibility and transcribed associated transcript. Update and maintenance of a group of auction websites including revising web content and images. Web Developer/Writer and Editor/Desktop Publisher/Database Developer Consultant SciComm, Inc. / www.scicomm.com | 2001-2004 Maintained and ma...
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Paper on Arabidopsis cold responses
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...cold. (Baker et al., 1994) isolated a DNA fragment that contained a promoter region and a few amino acids from the cor15a gene. They then joined it to the gusA gene, thereby producing a cor15a-gusAtranslational fusion which was introduced into Arabidopsis thaliana using Agrobacterium. This reporter gene is used in monitoring the response of the cor15agene in varied plant tissues. In this laboratory investigation, transgenic Arabidopsis plants containing the cor15a/ GUS fusion gene were used. The expression of the gene in four different temperature conditions was determined by assaying for GUS activity. Method Cor15a-GUS transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana seeds were... ? The Effects of Cold Stress on the...
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World Fusion
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...Fusion Introduction World fusion music is a term that was first introduced in 1978 by the group leaders of ‘AncientFuture’ (Hadden, 87). Evidently, it was a description of the unique mixture of musical traditions from around the world that was synonymous with the band’s music. According to Mathew Montfort, the author of “Ancient Traditions—Future Possibilities: Rhythmic Training Through The Traditions of Africa, Bali, and India,” he defines it as music consistent of a variety of musical ideas from the world’s traditions. World fusion music is a variant definition of the term world music. To this end, Dr. Robert Brown, an ethnomusicologist from the Center of World Music, used world music... World Fusion...
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'Stalin blundered into the Cold War.' Discuss
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...Cold War. In fact, he is seen as a conscious initiator of the events that led to it, while the US is represented as merely reacting to the threatening desire Stalin held for world domination. Influenced by “Marxist Internationalism” and “Czarist Imperialism”1, Stalin had a personality that was conducive to paranoia and insecurity. It is this fusion of ideologies, coupled with an insecure personality that led to the Cold War. Gaddis therefore, sees Stalin’s ideology as a key figure in the Cold War. In its essence, Gaddis sees the Cold War as an ideological war between America and the Soviet Union, where American pluralist democracy and capitalism is argued... ? Cold War Joseph Stalin has been, without...
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Fusion style in Jazz
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...Fusion Style in Jazz The fusion style of Jazz was developed in 1966. It started out as a mixture of jazz and rock. The rock bands in an attempt to improvise added jazz elements to their music. According to wikepedia.org (Web, 2008): “Jazz fusion is a musical fusion genre that developed … from a mixture of elements of jazz such as its focus on improvisation with the rhythms and grooves of funk and R&B … the beats and heavily amplified electric instruments and electronic … of rock.” According to Scaruffi, 2008: “Credit for "inventing" jazz-rock goes to Indiana-born white vibraphonist Gary Burton, … experiment with rock rhythms on The Time Machine (April 1966), that featured... Your Full 6 December Fusion ...
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Multiple Sclerosis and Alzheimer's Disease Defined
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...cold fusion of medical research. For the first time since the disease was identified more than a century ago, doctors are closer to uncovering its secrets. The disease is thought to be caused by a buildup of protein-based plaques in the brain, and investigators now believe they have an understanding of possible ways to interrupt that process. Technology is helping too, as researchers exploit new ways to scan the brain... ? Definition of Multiple Sclerosis and Alzheimer’s Disease This paper will succinctly tackle the disease entity of Alzheimer’s disease and multiple sclerosis. The two neurologic disorders were defined and distinguished from each other in terms of pathogenesis, onset, diagnosis,...
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Jazz Fusion Musicians
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...Fusion Musicians Phone Number Email address The term Jazz fusion is a combination of two words: Jazz and fusion. Fusion vaguely refers to a catch-all which trivialized what became in the 1970s a vigorous movement in the American music. People often wonder where the term Jazz fusion came about when originally it was jazz-rock. Fusion, as a term has erroneously been expanded over the years in order to take other forms of music resembling pop and the lightweight Rhythm and Blues, for instance, the Grover Washington Jr. or Kenny G brand by use of instrumentals. Therefore, the term jazz became distorted to accommodate rock and pop groups back in the 1960s by adding horns for flavoring (Sweat... ? Jazz Fusion...
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History of Jazz Fusion. Social Changes and Jazz Fusion
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...fusions of the 1960s and 1970s, it can be seen that there is a direct relationship to both the expression of artistic advancement as well as the commerce which is associated with this. The combination of both intents by the various artists is one which has created several formulas for jazz fusion and has led to different sounds as well as new commercial opportunities for musicians. The formats and the interest which is surrounding this continues to remain as a main initiative with the idea of jazz and the promotion of specific formulas which can be used... ?Introduction The artistic advances and expressions which take place in different time frames occur for a specific intent. When looking at the jazz...
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Fusion of face recognition method
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...FUSION OF FACE RECOGNITION METHOD - EIGENFACES (BIOMETRICS) METHODOLOGY Eigenface face recognition system comprises chiefly of two parts. Firstly eigenface basis are created (procedure of constructing eigenfaces). Then, once the eigenfaces are constructed, face recognition or detection of a new face follows. Figure 1 outlines the general flow of the eigenface face recognition system. "Learning" a face Transform it to face space Record the resulting vector (which will be much smaller than the image). Recognizing a known face Transform the image presented for recognition to face space. Take inner products with each of the learned face space vectors. If one of these inner products is above... OF FACE...
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Artifical Intelligence
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...cold fusion illustrated in 1989, even the staid science of physics is not immune to exaggeration and false... Artificial Intelligence A recap from its nascent stages to what future holds for it History of AI One of the hardest topics of debate in Artificial Intelligence is what sort of subject it is. Some researchers reckon that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a science, whose goal is to work alongside psychology and neurobiology to explain the workings of mind and brain. Others believe AI to be part of engineering, whose raison d''tre is to make tools. [1] Emerging as it does from many fields - philosophy, mathematics, psychology and even neurology - AI raises basic questions about human intelligence,...
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Alternative energy sourses
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...cold fusion and hydrogen fuel cells which require more time to research, develop and implement. References Elliott, D. (2003). Energy, Society and Environment, Routledge Geothermal Power... ?Running Head: OIL DEPENDENCE Are Alternative Energy Sources the Answer to Ending Human Dependence on Oil? Title] [Date of Submission] Are Alternative Energy Sources the Answer to Ending Human Dependence on Oil? Introduction Any discussion of problematic trends in contemporary energy industries has to begin with an analysis of the international petroleum system. Oil consumption, which currently provides majority of the world’s commercial energy, is again on the rise. If oil remains the world's pre-eminent source of...
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Technical Aspects of Energy Policy: Integration of Zero Emissions Vehicles with Renewable Energy
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...cold fusion and solid state systems which are being utilized by the Arata in Japans or Mills at the Black Light Power (Froarty, 2010) . Apart... and Section # of Technical Aspects of Energy Policy The devastating impacts on the environment resulting from the internal combustion engines and harmful emission of greenhouse gases in the air has led to increased recognition of alternative replacements for fossil fuel powered vehicles in the society, which has led to the development of electric cars and hydrogen powered jet planes. However, despite the numerous endeavors on part of the automotive industry, these new era vehicles are far from becoming the norm in the transportation sphere, due to their lack of ...
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Implement a marketing solution - Gillette fusion razor
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...fusion razor is the first electronic weapon used for wet shaving. It has certain advanced technological aspects to attract customers. The product aims at customer satisfaction as the basic factor. The main feature of Gillette is that it boasts of a five blade surface technology. Product Life Cycle- The product life cycle of Gillette fusion razor is described below: New Product Development Stage: During this stage, it is essential to conduct a market research about the fusion razor, which is necessary to evaluate whether the customers will accept... Marketing Marketing is a which is very vast in nature, and it has an origin and destination for the operation of a business in a profitable manner. Gillette...
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Cold Weather
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...Cold Weather Introduction There are many causes of diseases in the contemporary world. As much of many causes are related to bacteria and viruses, exposure to other factors such as cold weather can also cause diseases. It is not uncommon to find parents or guardians insisting that their children must dress in warm clothing especially during cold seasons. This is attributed to the fact that many people believe that cold weather makes people sick. This paper explicates how cold weather makes people sick. How cold weather causes diseases Many people believe that flu and...
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Cold War
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...Cold War COLD WAR Beginning in 1947 and lasting until 1991, the Cold War can be defined as the sustained of military, as well as political, tensions that existed between western hemisphere countries and their NATO allies and the Eastern hemisphere that was dominated by countries in the Warsaw Pact dominated by the USSR1. Following the success of the wartime alliance formed temporarily against Hitler’s Nazi Germany, the only two superpowers in global affairs were the United States and the Soviet Union. However, these two countries had profound differences in their political and economic ideologies, and this led to the beginning of the...
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Cold War
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...Cold War and al Affiliation Cold War How useful a phrase is ‘cold war’ in thinking about the world from 1945-1989? Is it an accurate phrase? Assess the period of the cold war from a global perspective. What were the impacts of the cold war on the so-called first, second, and third world? Introduction Cold war is an accurate phrase as it involved undeclared conflicts and tensions between the Soviet Union and United States whose causes, and the exact start date have not been exactly identified. Consequently, the commencing of the cold war is still a contentious issue today...
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Cold war
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...Cold War Larry Barras Historical Contexts & Literature Lib 316 Prof. Stiene 16 May Cold War According to diplomatic terminologies, there are three basic types of wars. They include the hot war, warm war and the cold war. The cold war is the term used to illustrate the association between the Soviet Union and America (1945-1991). In essence, the war can be described as the persistent state of military and political tension between the two states. The Soviet Union and its associates were branded as the Eastern bloc while the United States and their allies were referred to as the Western bloc (Leffler, 2008). This paper will address the cold war topic into details. The cold war was the tension... ? Cold War ...
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Cold War
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...COLD WAR: The cold war started after Second World War. The main participants and the enemies were Soviet Union and United s. This war is said to be Cold War as during this war none of both countries directly attack on each other, never said directly even a single word. They used words as their weapons. They tried to show their opponents lower from each other. They played havoc with conflicts in different regions of the world as in case of Hot War, there would be much danger due to use of nuclear weapons. Over the years the leaders of both side of countries changed but this war continued for a long period of time. There were three...
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Applied Research Project Capstone: Fusion Center Branching Scenario Paper
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...Fusion Center Branching Scenario Paper The creation of Fusion Centers was a brilliant idea that sought to enhance integration among various facets of the society with the view to curbing cases of terrorism among other emergencies thereby making the country safer. However, getting such cases of emergencies whenever they occur continued to become challenging both in the United States and globally. This continues to portray that the existent measures and policies are not effective. The ineffectiveness of such measures arises from the intricate features of the centers such over centralization, entrenched politics, poor leadership and complacency among others. This study... Applied research project capstone:...
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Cold War
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...Cold War from 1946-1965 After the fall of Germany, for President Harry Truman, the Soviet leaders’ reluctance to retreat from the wartime frontline in Europe and the Middle East was essentially a clear sign of the Communist Imperialism which could severely hamper the United States’ interests in the oil-rich countries in the Middle East and European. After the Potsdam Conference and the uprising in Greece, several factors were clear that the Soviet leaders were not going to give up their control over the Eastern Europe and the Middle East. This perception of Truman’s Administration about the communist Russia’s expansionist intention played a crucial role... A Critical Evaluation of the US Policy For the...
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Cold War
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...Cold War had many causes, but the fundamental causes were the fact that the United s and the Soviet Unions were by far the two most powerful countries in the world during the Cold War years (Chafe 2009: 117), and the fact that the two believed each other’s existence to be anathema to the other: that either capitalism or communism would need to be a new world order. The United State’s strategy during the Cold War shifted slightly, but also remained surprisingly constant. One of the pillars of this strategy was not ever involving the United States in direct confrontation with the Soviet Union: there was a very real fear that any direct confrontation between the two would lead to a nuclear... Prof’s The...
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Cold war
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...cold war and these were America and the USSR. Essentially, the notion of the cold war is enigmatic since the major counties in the center of it never actually took up arms against each other in “hot wars”. American and The USSR were embroiled in an ideological contention; American was democratic and capitalistic, whereas Russia was a communist country, this meant that it was led by a single dictator who exercised control all the economic aspects therein. Each tried to spread... ?After the Second World War, the unification between America Britain and the USSR came to an end world was replaced by a bitter rivalry between the two countries that came to be the major world powers for the duration of the cold...
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...cold war Cold war was a silent war between the US and the Soviet Union. The Soviet Union wanted to spread communism in the Eastern Europe and the US saw that this spread from Soviet Union was most likely to spread and very quickly to Eastern Europe, Asia and even Africa in a domino effect and it therefore tried to contain it using different strategies and policies. Soviet Union was on the other hand afraid of US and what it could do and hence put in place its own strategies to prevent US affecting its communism spread plan. This distrust and suspicion was the basis of cold war and it led to worsening of economy in Europe and decline of Soviet Union, cutting of military... Causes and consequences of cold ...
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Cold War
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...Cold War Cold war was not an actual war; but it was more than an actual war for United s and former Soviet Union. It was all about political conflicts, military tensions, proxy wars or economic competitions between America and Soviet Union during the period between 1947 to1991. Even though the Second World War ended in 1945, another undeclared cold war started immediately between America and Soviet Union for capturing supremacy in global political and economical matters. The different political ideologies prevailed in these superpowers (America is under democratic administration whereas Soviet Union was under communist administration)...
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Cold War
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...Cold War came up because of the competition on a global scale of the world’s two superpowers, the United s and the Soviet Union. There was a great fear in the United States of the Soviet Union’s ambition to spread the ideology of communism, which it followed, worldwide and this was not acceptable to the American government. In response, the American government chose to shore up those regimes, which were allied to it all over the world not only financially but also militarily to ensure that they combated the potential communist forces and parties which were to come up against them (Mueller 172). Moreover, the Soviet Union was very fearful of the American acquisition of...
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...Cold War The Cold War between the United s and Russia got its for a variety of reasons, but the most dominant reason for the name lies in the fact that weapons were not fired throughout the entire 45 year duration. There are a myriad of reasons as to why the war never turned “hot,” but it is fair to assume that it was the potential consequences of the use of nuclear weapons that deterred these two countries from turning the war into a hot one. If one country were to actually use these weapons, they would essentially be sealing their own fate in terms of retaliation and utter destruction both in terms of loss of life and their overall economic/political landscapes. In the end, both... and Number The Cold ...
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Cold War
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...Cold war occurred just after World War 2. This war was referred as cold as it was sustained political and military tension (Gaddis 20). The emergence of super powers after world war two was among the contributing factors to cold war. The western block (consisting of United Statesof America and other NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) country members) against eastern bloc eastern bloc (thesociety union and its Warsaw Pact allies members). A neutral block founded by India, Egypt and Yugoslavia. They rejected affiliation from either of the other two blocks. There was no direct engagement between the two superpowers but the blocks armed themselves heavily for a nuclear world war... Introduction Cold w...
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...Cold War Introduction The world history is marked by numerous significant events, movements, and figures that shaped the history of the world in various ways. The Cold War is one such an event. It is a name given to the nature of the relationship that primarily developed between the Soviet Union (USSR) and the United States of America (USA) after the Second World War (McCauley, 2004). It dominated the international affairs for several decades. It was an open yet restricted rivalry between the two major powers that emerged after the Second World War. It was waged on economic, propaganda, and political fronts and the recourse to weapons was limited. The term...
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Cold war
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...Cold War Several aspects of the American society had been impacted by the ‘Cold War’ for most part of the second half of the 20th century. As the ‘Cold War’ emerged out of the opposing values fought mostly through propaganda and secret tactics, the global battle for supremacy shifts the balance of power between the United States and democratic countries on one hand, and the Soviet Union and the allied communist nations on the other. This event provided stimulus for continuously sustaining and expanding the U.S. military capability after the end of WWII and to a higher end, remedied the ‘great depression’ by converging to resolve with political changes the economic and cultural crises alike... ...
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Cold War
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...Cold War was a unique phenomenon of post WW2 international relations when the two nations, especially the two superpowers: USA; and USSR had developed hostile relations defined by sharp conflicts within political diplomacy and Economic areas. According to Murrin et al. (2011) cold war was not only confined to international relations but it had encompassed myriad aspects of domestic and international conditions which had huge impact on the people at large. He affirms that in international relations, Cold War affects social conditions at the national and local level and may also remain in background and serve as catalyst that may adversely...
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Cold War
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...Cold War The Cold War, which followed World War 2, was given its as no direct military conflict took place during this time. Instead, the involved parties focused on gaining influential power worldwide so as to have a main say on the ideologies that would be held on a global scale. Although both superpowers took part in the struggle for influence, the United States was generally responsible for the onset of the Cold War. The Cold War is often said to have occurred between 1945 -1991, and was between the United States and the Soviet Union. After the 2nd World War, most of the countries that were involved such as Germany,...
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Cold War
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...COLD WAR The cold war was greatly influenced by the fact United s did not trust communists and Russia didn’t trust the capitalists. It was partly due to the fact that Russia was upset due to the idea of U.S. developing atomic bomb without their knowledge. It was all about differences of the world’s two leading superpowers of that time in terms of ideas, geopolitics and economic struggle (Johnson & Parta, 2010). Truman’s administration adopted the policy of containment. This policy was based on blocking the spread of communalism throughout the world. Whereas Nixon’s administration seemed to continue this legacy of Truman’s anticommunist, he had...
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...Cold War Cold war is a situation existed between Soviet Union and United s within the time span of forty years starting from the 1940s.As both the parties possessed nuclear weapon, threatening from both sides endangered the social security of their respective citizens. Due to the equal possession of nuclear weapon, both the countries refrained from battle as it could result in mass destruction. Looking back in history the enmity of U.S with communalism is which led to the U.S. invasion of Vietnam.“ Preventing Vietnam from becoming a major battle background between American troops and either Chinese or Soviet forces seemed a war objective not to be taken lightly”. However, the cold war... Topic:  Cold War ...
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The role of state fusion centers in preventing terrorist acts
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...Fusion Centers fusion centers have come to be of extreme importance to the security of the United States in the past few years, and this has ensured that the nation has not faced a crisis of that magnitude again. The security posture of the United States before the September 11 attacks was very different from the one that came after these attacks. Before September 11, the federal government played a very restricted role in the internal security of the nation and most of the security matters were left in the hands of the state and local governments. Furthermore, most of the security agencies were not on a very high alert for any foreign attacks on the United States because such threats were... ? Role of...
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Cold War
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...Cold War Conflict and Policy Development to the Prime Minister of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics: May 1988 The Place of the USSR in the Cold War The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics is one of the official super powers in the thick of the so called “cold war” pitting us and the United States of America as the main opposing sides. It is apparent that our social and economic policies are ideally different, and as much as we intend to advance the benefits presented by a communist approach, the USA is equally willing to further their capitalist ideologies and overtake us in advancing capitalism. In my opinion, the country needs... World Political History 11th August, White Paper on the Cold...
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Cold Mountain
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...Cold Mountain Introduction Evidently, this work of literature was written by Charles Frazier in the year 1997. Notably, the novel can be categorized as fictional work of art and it champions the theme of historical events in the United States. On the same point, the novel narrates a story about P. Inman an American soldier who apparently is an injured individual in the desert following the civil strife in the United States of America. Essentially, he tries to trace his way back to his soul mate Ada Monroe. On the same note, Ada is a minister’s daughter who recently relocated to Charleston near the cold mountain. It is worth noting that this two individuals...
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Learning disability is a growing problem in the UK
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...cold fusion A case analysis of gentle teaching. In Perspectives on the Use of Nonaversive and Aversive Interventions for People with Developmental Disabilities, Chapter 13 (Repp A.C. & Singh N.N. eds). Sycamore Publishing... Running Head: CRITICALLY EVALUATE APPLIED BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS AS A Critically evaluate applied behaviour analysis as a method of reducing behaviour analysis in people with learning disabilities [Writer's Name] [Institution's Name] Critically evaluate applied behaviour analysis as a method of reducing behaviour analysis in people with learning disabilities Introduction This paper shall analyze and discuss learning disability in the UK and how applied behaviour analysis helps in...
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Cold War
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...Cold War The Cold War, which followed World War 2, was given its as no direct military conflict took place during this time. Instead, the involved parties focused on gaining influential power worldwide so as to have a main say on the ideologies that would be held on a global scale. Although both superpowers took part in the struggle for influence, the United States was generally responsible for the onset of the Cold War. The Cold War is often said to have occurred between 1945 -1991, and was between the United States and the Soviet Union. After the 2nd World War, most of the countries that were involved such as Germany,...
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Cold War
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...Cold War Matt Barras Historical Contexts & Literature Lib 316 Prof. Stiene 27 May Cold War According to diplomatic terminologies, there are three basic types of wars. They include the hot war, warm war and the cold war. The cold war is a term used to illustrate the relation between the Soviet Union and America (1945-1991). The war can be described as the persistent military state and political tension amongst the two states (Leffler, 2008). The Soviet Union and its associates branded the Eastern bloc while the United States and their allies referred to as the Western bloc. The cold war was the tension that...
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Network Management Group and Individual Project
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...Cold Fusion MX Account Access By means of using the Windows web hosting, we can access the account in the course of FTP, Virtual FTP, C-Panel, various Sub-FTP Accounts, and Web Shell etc. So these are few features that I have discussed but lot more are still there, I have tried to elaborate the most significant features. Domain Name Now I will discuss about the domain name of the Payland’s governmental website. I have accessed that selecting a good quality domain name is vital for a website particularly if we are designing a website... Network Management Group and Individual Project Roll No: Teacher: 28th January 2009 Table of Contents Table ofContents 2 Abstract 3 Introduction 4 Background 5 Web hosti...
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Kugak Fusion and the Politics of Korean Musical Consumption
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...Fusion and the Politics of Korean Musical Consumption Although the most dominant music culture in Korea has been westernized, Kugak, the traditional Korean music, is still popular among the tourist bronchus, historical films, and TV drama, and in many academic articles and books. The author of the article argues that, initially, kugak appeared that it was gaining popularity, and it was widely consumed, but the reality is that the kugak is struggling in the market. Promoters and performers of a new genre kugak are attempting to customize kugak for new audiences and make it more commercial and ensure it remain in the market (Howard 1988). The author made clear to us that, although a number... Kugak...
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The Common COld
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...cold is term used to describe mild infections of the throats and nose, which are notorious in young children. It is an inflammation of the upper respiratory tract that is known to treat a variety of different viruses. They are also prevalent in adults who are within the surrounding of the infected children. These mild infections are usually caused by a myriad of viruses. This viruses cause viral illness in turn cause a combination of symptoms such as runny nose, runny eyes, ear fluid, stuffy nose and fever. Common cold is an infection that starts to show it fully symptoms after 3 days of feeling ill however the symptoms can last up to one or two weeks. However it is not as serious... as the...
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The Cold War
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...Cold War Cold War – The Real Intentions of the Superpowers Cold War The Cold War refers to the continual of conflict on political, military and economic grounds that evolved between the western world powers and lasted over forty years (Painter, 1994). During this period, the super powers including US and its NATO allies and Soviet Union remained engaged in intense economic competition, proxy wars and military tensions. While people widely believe that the Cold War was fought to protect each superpowers homeland and defend their interests, it is also widely observed and argues that the overt and covert...
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The Cold War Essay
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...Cold war The cold war refers to a hostile rivalry between the United Sates and the Soviet Union that begun in the late 1940s and it ended after the collapse of the Soviet Union the early 1990s. The war did not have any direct military confrontation despite the threat against each other to annihilate each other with nuclear weapons. They were involved in high profile proxy wars where they supported rival against each other in locations such as Korea and Vietnam. Causes The war was the result of the clashing between capitalism and communism which at the moment were two opposing world views. For the two countries involved, the war was a battle between the two civilizations capitalism... by the...
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The Cold War
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...Cold War CONTEXT The Cold War period started from World War –II onwards in 1945 till the end of USSR in 1989. In World War–II USA was an ally of USSR against Germany led by Hitler. In this era many alliances were formed and broken. Millions of people lost their lives. The war ended with complete destruction of Nazi Germany on one side and tragic Atomic Bomb attack on Japan by USA. The war shaped many new Nations and their boundaries. After the objectives of world war were achieved USSR and USA parted ways and pursued conflicting interests. This resulted into a conflict known as Cold War in which both sides never attacked each other...
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The cold war
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...COLD WAR The Cold War was a period that began after the Second World War. It pitted the United s and the free world against the Soviet Union andits evil empire. The Soviet Union imposed its will on much of Eastern Europe. These people were not free. In 1989, the Berlin Wall, which separated Western from Eastern Europe fell, and the people of Germany were free again. Soon after the Soviet Union collapsed and the United States was victorious. The Soviet Union simply could not compete with the U.S. It didnt have the money and resources. Its system of government was incredibly corrupt and inefficient. It made its citizens its slaves. During this period, both...
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...Cold War J. F. Kennedy was an iconic personality given the great contribution of his role to the war. The rule of Kennedy had two notable approaches to the cold war. Besides his negotiations with their rivals, the Soviet Union, Kennedy is renowned for his efforts to react to rivals’ efforts setting up military bases during the war. He was an influential leader who faced the firm decisions of the cold war. The advancement of technology by Kennedy’s government to respond to the threats from their rivals remains plausible. The technology that led to the landing on the moon started during the Kennedy’s regime. This was his response to the space race that heightened between... Task: J. F. Kennedy in the...
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What are fusion centers and how are these a part of homeland security Are they effective
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...fusion centers" and how are these a part of homeland security? Are they effective? Tutor name: Date due: Introduction Fusion centers are the joint efforts of the local state and federal agencies to offer their resources, special skills, and share information with the centers so as to be able to maximize their capableness of detecting, avoiding, investigating, and taking necessary measures to combat terrorism and other unlawful activities (Masse and Rollins, 2008). Numerous fusion centers were jointly brought to existence between the year 2003 and 2007. This move of establishing fusion centers was prompted by the 9/11 attack in 2001. The attack made it clear... that there was a need to find...
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...Cold War Number Using your understanding of the cold war was the demise of communism in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe relatively orderly or could/should it have been more organized and managed? Substantiate your thoughts with relevant evidence. According to my understanding of the conclusion of the cold war and the demise of communism in the Soviet Union as well as Eastern Europe, I believe that the process could have been more organized and managed in order to avoid the great economic consequences that occurred as a result of the change from communism to consumerism. The disintegration of the communism in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union was the most unexpected and rapid... Demise of the Cold...
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