Eastern Science: Providing a Different Perspective to Current Western Science
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According to the report Western science goes for systems, standards, measurements, and would not accommodate crude methods that are characteristic of Eastern science without validation efforts to back up claims. In the field of medicine, until now there is the reluctance of Western science to acknowledge what Eastern science can do.
Astronomy and astrological studies
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The first theory developed was the Ptolemaic Universe. This describes a motionless earth surrounded by nine spherical containers of a sort. The seven closest ones were seen as different heavenly bodies which were observable to humans.
Qualitative and Quantitative Research
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One of the outstanding differences between qualitative and quantitative research is the fact that it adopts an exploratory nature in a bid to help researchers construct theoretical propositions, while these propositions are tested using quantitative research. Qualitative research is significant in the initial phase of research.
Are Neuroscientists Able to Explain Human Consciousness?
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As whatever consciousness ultimately might be, it is somehow based on the workings of the central nervous system. For centuries, the brain was considered to be a relatively unimportant organ used to cool the blood. By contrast, at present, the brain is the most complex chunk of ordered material we have encountered in the universe so far.
Effect of drugs on the brain
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It is the communication or the transfer of information between these neurons that makes it possible for the brain to perform the various functions (thinking, reacting, doing, sensing, etc) that it does.
Extinction of Dinosaurs
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Almost everyone has some knowledge about dinosaurs and can picture what at least one or two kinds of these prehistoric creatures looked like. This information about animals that lived so long ago comes from scientists who have pieced together the dinosaur's ancient world from fossil remains.
Insights into the interplay between gut microbial organisms and Type 1 Diabetes in affected rats
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Experiments were conducted on rats to bring about the desired results. Seven normal rats and five diabetic rats were used in the experiments. Using animal model, we aim to understand the extent of change in the gut microbial count of streptozotocin-injected diabetic rats with respect to that in normal rats based on a comparative assay.
Stem Cell Research: What It All Means
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The purpose of this essay is to give a brief summation of what stem cell research is as well as what it means for the scientific community and what they hope to accomplish. Also the verbal battle it has caused to ensue between entities ranging from a scientific lab, the White House, and going all the way to Rome and the Vatican.
A Better Russian Space Program
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The Russian space program was once the best , it designed the first artificial satellite was called Sputnik 1 in 1957. The word artificial refers to man-made and not naturally occurring and satellite denounces that it has an elliptical orbit around a planetary body, in our case the earth. 1961 marked the year of the first human in space.
Finite Element Analysis
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The author of this research states that the finite element method is generally employed by the engineers, scientists, and mathematicians to derive solutions for differential equations. The scientists and engineers have been able to find solution of several physical and non-physical problems through finite element analysis.
Scientific Standing of Alfred Russell Wallace
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Science and scientists have earned a special place because of their inherent curiosity to unravel the mysteries of the world through proven scientific experiments and reasoning backed by hard facts. This essay discusses the scientist, called Alfred Russell Wallace, who came up with the theory of evolution, in an independent research.
Carbon dioxide emissions
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The researcher states that it is evident that global warming effects lead to a high expense on the government, therefore in order to reduce disasters, it is important for a country to put effective measures in place in order to prevent losses. The clean energy initiative is a possible measure that has little or no pollutants.
Different Kinds of Scientific Fraud
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In many lands, scientific bodies have defined stringent regulations that govern all the steps and processes involved in research. A successful research venture begins with the formulation of a research question, the selection of an appropriate research paradigm, identification of reliable data collection strategies.
The Mystery Lights Seen Near Marfa, Texas: Space Aliens or Simply Gas?
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Larger part of this essay describes not only he lights, but also two opposite meanings about it. The lights are most often observed during dusk and right after the sun has set. Their variable nature makes it hard for both believers and skeptics to prove they exist or don’t exist. It all depends on how you look at it, both from where you literally stand and philosophically stand.
Hydrogen fuel cell technology
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The author states that though the technology has economic and environmental advantages, there are certain obstacles to be surmounted. Composed of a single electron and a single proton, hydrogen is the simplest and most common of all elements and will therefore seep out of any container regardless of its material strength.
Pseudoscience and Astrology
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The author states that from the viewpoint of modern academic knowledge, astrology is a pseudoscience, and this statement is normally supported by the facts that the methodology used by astrology is non-compatible with the modern scientific methodology, hence astrology is referred to as a system of superstitious beliefs or fortunetelling.
Logistics
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Such an intensity of the research activity can be easily explained by the fact that well-tuned and efficient logistics system creates the competitive advantage for the company. An organization wishing to implement integrated business logistics management faces many great challenges, but can potentially reap considerable benefits.
Aeorodynamic and Myoeslastic forces
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The author states that the process involved in the production of voice is an interaction of muscular and aerodynamic events. When the aerodynamic forces build up of air pressure below the vocal folds force the abducted folds open: Bernoulli effect aids the muscular forces in closing the vocal folds.
Life on Other Worlds
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The author of the text comments on the other worlds life, for example, the conditions for life there, namely, what chemical, spatial, mineral, or other conditions are necessary for microbial life to come about. It is mentioned that a “Goldilocks” planet is one where the conditions are “just right” for microbial life.
The Meaning of a Research Paper
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When we talk about a research paper we refer to an assignment that involves an in-depth gathering of information and study on a distinct and specific topic. However, research papers do not only involve a broad gathering of information from a wide range of sources but also interpretations of the writer of that particular research.
How science should inform drug policy
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Obviously, young people are more malleable and more susceptible to various kinds of peer pressure. Since young people are more impressionable and easily influenced, it is important to stress the importance of prevention. In order to stop drug and alcohol abuse, young people in the UK must be educated about the dangers of long-term effects that substance abuse can have on people.
The Organization of Experimental Reports
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The scientific method which applies in the experimental report arrives to availability and existence a physical object and event at the end. In writing or coming up with the report, a lot of scientific measures have to take place in order to identify the whereabouts and existence of the event or object being reported. 
The Linguistics Theory
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In linguistics, Lexis is the total bank of words and phrases of a particular language, the artifact of which is known as a lexicon. Lexis is the more technical synonym of vocabulary. Lexical semantics fits into linguistics curricula. A semantic field of a word is the set of distinct meanings expressed by the word.
Relationship Between Food And Mood outline
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Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the relationship between food and the mood of an individual. Thesis: The food an individual consumes has the ability to alter the mood of an individual because food contains ingredients to alter and stabilize the mood of the consumer.
Critique of Science Fair Fun: Designing Environmental Science Projects for Students Grades 6-8 by The U.S. Environmental Policy
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This analysis will be based on the accessibility, usability, and relevance of the Science Fair Fun project to aid in making a conclusion on the effectiveness of the project as a form of technical communication.
Research Design and Analysis
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Research is a backbone of most predictions. Currencies fluctuate, market behaviors change, and trade differs, which makes the banking industry dependant on such data in making projections about future patterns. The meteorological department makes good use of research data in making predictions of future weather patterns.
The Vanishing Gender: Institutional, Cultural, and Workplace Barriers to Women Scientists and Engineers
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This paper explores the causes of gender inequity in science and engineering fields. It argues that institutional, workplace, and cultural barriers contribute to the gender wage and employment gap in STEM jobs, and that introducing changes in legislation and social norms and practices can reduce these barriers.
Phosgene
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The UN Number of phosgene is UN1076, EINECS Number is 200-870-3, DOT Label (U.S.A.) is PG, and DOT hazard Class (U.S.A.) is Poison A. Its CAS Number is 75-44-5. (Air Liquide SA, 2006) Phosgene is a colorless gas at normal temperatures of 21oC or 70oF (bin.pdf).
Chagas Disease
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The sources that are examined and checked for the presence of parasites and microorganisms are mummified tissue, hair, fibres, fossilised bone fragments, and fossilised faecal matter. The term 'Archeoparasitology' has been proposed by researchers as the study of parasites in context of archaeological excavations.
Normal Distribution
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Then, the data collected is evaluated to find the mean, mode, median, variance and standard deviation. Using the collected data, frequency distribution graph and normal distribution curves are drawn. The normal distribution table is then subjected to the X 2 tests.
Nuclear Fission
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In nuclear fission, the Uranium nucleus is bombarded with low energy neutrons which split the Uranium atom into smaller atoms and some mass which is converted into large quantity of energy. An example of a fission reaction is demonstrated in the following chemical reaction:
Computational fluid dynamics in filters
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So, recently many software companies have sprung up that provide requisite software tools for the same (most notably FLUENT). The operational protocol of such companies (e.g. FLUENT) is briefly outlined below.
The IDEA Project
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As a requirement, we are tasked to identify a topic or variable- one for GSS and one for WVS. After accomplishing this, we must conduct a cross-tabulation of the variable where we are controlling for race and differentiating response by gender. Thus, the sex variable is placed in the column while the race variable is chosen for the control.
Climate Change and Soil Formation in Southern England
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Soils are considered to be mature when they have obtained the necessary nutrients and organic matters to make them equal to other soils in their environment. Over the past million years in southern England, a variety of changes have occurred in the climate which has caused change in soil.
Role of Biology in Contemporary Criminological Thinking
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Advances in the field of neurology also established lots of connections between a person's brain structure or defects and the probability to commit crime. The notion that biological factors can incline a person to commit crime has been suggested by the Positivist School of criminology and it was Cesare Lombroso who contributed much to the development of the Positivist school of criminology.
Saponification of Triglycerides
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They are distinctive from the fact that at room temperature fats are solid and oils are liquid. In other words, liquid triglycerides are oils, while solid triglycerides are fats (Fessenden et al., 1998). Soapis produced by the saponification (hydrolysis) of a triglyceride.
Charging and Discharging Capacitors
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When a capacitor is being charged, at t=0, the voltage across the capacitor terminals is 0. As the charge builds up in the capacitor the voltage also increases. The increase is exponential, Kirchoff's Voltage Rule (Multi-loop Circuits, 1999), because as the charge builds up the rate of increase in voltage also increases.
Genetically Modified Foods Essay
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According to Evenson and Santaniello (2004), during 2003, around 167 million acres (67.7 million hectares) developed via 7 million farmers in 18 countries were planted with Genetic Modified crops, the major ones being herbicide- and insecticide - opposing soybeans, corn, cotton, and canola.
Human Genome Project
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(Human, 2006). The significance of the project is indicated by the major initiative taken by the Government keeping in view its overall benefits to the public. It is also natural that the private sector which primarily operates on the basis of profit making only seeks projects which have a scope of providing substantial returns.
Pharmaceutical Industry Assignment
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The scientist has to undergo a few years of extensive training on job as a research scientist in antibacterial drug research. A Ph.D. scientist in the relevant field may be absorbed directly as a leader. Before we look at the role of a leader we must understand the need of the antibacterial drug research.
Qualitative Studies
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To achieve this, a number of different sampling strategies are possible. In qualitative studies, the task of sampling typically takes place iteratively. Usually a qualitative research begins by talking with or observing a small number of people who are known to have first-hand experience with the study phenomenon.
Buried bedrock valleys filled with glacial deposits
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Water which evaporates from the earth's surface or bodies of water is ready to start the cycle over again as precipitation. When water is added to dry or unsaturated soil it is held in the voids between particles by capillary forces. Once the voids are saturated, however, the water is free to descend under the effect of gravity.
Peptidoglycan and Lipoteichoic Acidinduced Cell Activation
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When certain bacterial types invade an organism they bind to the host's cell membranes stimulating a cascade of events eventually resulting in NFB activation, its translocation to the nucleus and corresponding cytokine release and activity within the bloodstream.
Arm Crank Ergometry
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These studies have consistently suggested that faster crank rates serve to postpone localised muscular fatigue and result in higher peak physiological responses. However, the use of sub-maximal exercises intensities is important in individuals with coronary heart disease and other cardiopulmonary conditions, patients who present ischaemic symptoms during leg exercise and/or have painful peripheral claudication and physically disabled individuals.
Immunosurveillance
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The second approach (immunostimulation) postulates that the immune system itself promotes noeplasic growths because the neoplasic cells themselves develop a very powerful immune system that tends to recognise the invaded organism's own cells as hostile (Ichim, 2005).
Careers in Math
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This price remained constant for another two weeks, and then proceeded to rise to record heights by September 5, 2005, when the national average reached $3.05 per gallon (This Week in Petroleum 2005). Since that time, gas prices have steadily decreased to about $2.30 per gallon on October 31, 2005 (This Week in Petroleum 2005).
C-reactive protein as a novel biomarker
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In this article, the authors review the role of CRP in the diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment of various forms of ischemic and inflammatory cardiovascular disease. Atherosclerosis is an inflammatory vascular disease characterized by endothelial activation, cellular influx, and production of mediators and cytokines.
Determination of Nitrous oxide in gases
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The use of fertilizers in agriculture, pollution and other human interventions has resulted in increased concentrations of the gas in the atmosphere and work places that has instilled fear for environmental /health safety. In this context, monitoring Nitrous oxide concentrations becomes pertinent.
Synthetic Rubber
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The reactions of monomers may occur by the absorption of heat or light, or through addition of an initiator. The initiator I (a weak organic compound decomposes to produce unpaired electron containing free radicals) is added to a monomer molecule. E.g. Synthetic rubber is also formed during the polymerisation of certain monomers or by co-polymerisation of two different monomers.
Moleecules and the Mind
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Some studies have shown that when potatoes, oranges and leafy vegetables are grown using organic farming methods, they have more vitamin C than conventionally produced vegetables. It has been found that organic vegetables contain significantly higher concentrations of phenolic compounds.
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