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Book Report on "The Lost World" Characters: The main character in the book is Ian Malcolm, a middle aged mathematician and a little bit of an explorer. The man who set up the exploration, Richard Levine, is a rich and reckless yet well known adventurer who spends a lot of his time and money exploring different places around the world and helps at a middle school to give students of ideas of careers in science. Sarah Harding is a zoologist who was hired to possibly deal with some of the animals.
The Creation of the Universe In my short life on this planet I have come to question things that many take upon blind faith. We all know that we must some day die; yet we continuously deny the forces at work inside ourselves, which want to search out the answers of what may or may not come after. It is far easier for humanity to accept that they will go to a safe haven and be rewarded for their lives with pleasures and fantasies of an unfathomable scale than to question the existence of a suppos
Existentialism in the Early 19th Century Major Themes Because of the diversity of positions associated with existentialism, the term is impossible to define precisely. Certain themes common to virtually all existentialist writers can, however, be identified. The term itself suggests one major theme: the stress on concrete individual existence and, consequently, on subjectivity, individual freedom, and choice. Moral Individualism Most philosophers since Plato have held that the highest ethical go
\'A Critical Analysis of Tennyson\'s In Memoriam A H H \' A Critical Analysis of Tension’s In Memorial A. H. H. During the Victorian Period, long held and comfortable religious beliefs fell under great scrutiny. An early blow to these beliefs came from the Utilitarian, followers of Jeremy Bantam, in the form of a test by reason of many of the long-standing institutions of England, including the church. When seen through the eyes of reason, religion became “merely an outmoded superstition” (Ford
Analys Swift ANALYS SWIFT When I first started reading the book I thought its only purpose was to talk about the political system in England. But after some pages I found that there could be a deeper message concealed, between the lines somewhere. The book is divided into four minor novels. The first is about the Lilliputian\'s the second about Gulliver visits the giants, the third about the flying island and last about Gullivers travels to the land of Houyhnhmland. In the first book Gulliver ge
Book Report on Micheal Crichton\'s LOST WORLD 394 pages Book Report Title: The Lost World Author: Michael Crichton Characters: The main character in the book is Ian Malcolm, a middle aged mathematician and a little bit of an explorer. The man who set up the exploration, Richard Levine, is a rich and reckless yet well known adventurer who spends a lot of his time and money exploring different places around the world and helps at a middle school to give students of ideas of careers in science. Sar
Serial Killers in the U.S Before we can discuss what serial killers do, we must first define what a serial killer is. Some people might place serial killers into the same group as mass murderers. This would be incorrect because they are two totally different types of killers. While both of these individuals may kill many people, the difference lies in the reason they kill and the period over which they kill their victims. An event or a build up of circumstance triggers mass murderers and causes
Creation Vs Evolution In my short life on this planet I have come to question things that many take upon blind faith. We all know that we must some day die; yet we continuously deny the forces at work inside ourselves, which want to search out the answers of what may or may not come after. It is far easier for humanity to accept that they will go to a safe haven and be rewarded for their lives with pleasures and fantasies of an unfathomable scale than to question the existence of a supposed omni
Criminological Theories There are many different aspects of criminal justice policy. One in particular is the different theories of crime and how they affect the criminal justice system. The Classical School of criminology is a theory about evolving from a capital punishment type of view to more humane ways of punishing people. Positivist criminology is maintaining the control of human behavior and criminal behavior. They did this through three different categories of Biological studies, which a
Educational Psychology Educational Psychology ? Mr. ? Psychology 16 Oct. 1996 ? Mr. ? Psychology 16 Oct. 1996 Educational Psychology The field of psychology that deals with the ability to solve educational problems and to improve educational situations is the field of educational psychology. Educational psychology is sometimes referred to as an applied field, meaning, one in which the objective is to solve immediate practical problems (James 29). The beginnings of educational psychology were ini
Ernest Hemingway - An American Contemporary Jason Milford April 2000 Ernest Hemingway Ernest Miller Hemingway was an American novelist, journalist, writer of short stories, and winner of the 1954 Nobel Prize for literature. He created a distinguished body of prose fiction, much of it based on adventurous life. He was born on July 21, 1899, the second of six children, in Oak Park, Ill., in a house built by his widowed grandfather, Ernest Hall. Oak Park was a Protestant, upper middle class suburb
Existentialism in the early 19th Century Existentialism in the early 19th Century Major Themes Because of the diversity of positions associated with existentialism, the term is impossible to define precisely. Certain themes common to virtually all existentialist writers can, however, be identified. The term itself suggests one major theme: the stress on concrete individual existence and, consequently, on subjectivity, individual freedom, and choice. Moral Individualism Most philosophers since Pl
interview with dr ian malcolm The Lost World Private Interview with Dr. Ian Malcolm 1. Dr. Malcolm, what is it about dinosaurs that interests you? Well, for me it\'s the primitive nature. The way they hunt, seek and kill. We have learned so much from that island about the way in which dinosaurs live together and how their behavior is so much different from what we had theorized. That is the one thing that this was so useful for. Studying ancient bones can only give you an idea on how they look a
Jurassic Park Michael Crichton, a master of suspense, has created a novel for your imagination. This book involves prehistoric animals and plants from the Jurassic era. Steven Spielberg took on this book, as a movie project to add to his collection of visually mastered Science-Fiction motion pictures. Both the movie and the book have captured the imagination of people around the world. In this paper, it will show the similarities and differences for the first third of these two superb creations.
Kurt Vonnegut\'s Portrayal of Society in Breakfast of Champion Outline Thesis: In Breakfast of Champions, Kurt Vonnegut portrays a prepackaged, robotic society, and an American culture plagued with despair, greed, and apathy. I. Introduction II. Social problems A. Racism B. Commercialism and materialism C. Violence D. Lack of culture E. Greed III. Destruction of America A. Pollution B. Destruction for wealth IV. Conclusion Vonnegut\'s portrayal of society in Breakfast of Champions "The country V
ABBREVIATION IN ENGLISH An abbreviation is a shorter way to write a word or phrase. People use abbreviations for words that they write a lot. The English language often uses the apostrophe mark \' to show that a word is written in a shorter way, but some abbreviations do not use this mark. Some abbreviations use the period mark, especially the ones that come from the Latin language. Some examples of common English abbreviations are don\'t for do not , shouldn\'t for should not , etc. for et cet
Utopia In the work Utopia,which is a product of imagination,More tells us about the flawless system of governing which he establishes.In his writings More reflects the aspirations of a Renaissance man.This both caused him to be considered as the Socrates of Europe and to be executed in the face of his disobedience against the king.Ideas of Humanism and Reformation had found refuge in More’s mind.While carrying such qualities in theory,he was in fact a staunch radical in real life.Although he had
Heart of Darkness 20th Century Novels Essay To what extent could Heart of Darkness be described as a disturbing novel that reflects some of the major concerns of 20th Century fiction? Line: 5 Due: 4th June 2004 Joseph Conrad’s literary classic Heart of Darkness serves as a powerful indictment of the hypocrisy of imperialism and the evils of racism. It reflects the savage repressions carried out in the Congo by the Belgians in one of the largest acts of genocide committed up to that time (Brians,
Agent Orange Throughout wars, armies are constantly introducing new technologies to stay ahead of their enemies. In the Vietnam War, the Americans used Agent Orange, so their enemies would be more visible. Agent Orange was a herbicide for warm, tropical climates and the American’s and Canadian’s started testing this chemical in the 1940’s, however, it was never tested on humans until nearly the end of the Vietnam War when it was finally discontinued in 1971. Agent Orange was a 50-50 mix of two c
Ancient Greek Medicine While Greek Medicine particularly from the 5th century B.C onwards, increasingly used scientific method to develop cures, there still however remained people that considered medicine to be a religion. The ancient Greeks (Hellenic) made important discoveries about the human body and health, so by the sixth century BC, medicinal practices focused largely on a more clinical approach involving observation. Their discoveries were made by firstly studying the human anatomy using
Global Warming Mission Plan a. Analysis of the Problem 1. History of the Problem Some scientist\'s have been concerned since 1896 about what might happen if there were 5.5 billion tons carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. In 1961 a British scientist did an experiment showing that the carbon in the air was absorbing some of the sun\'s radiation. Afterward a Swedish scientist, Suante Arrhenius, found out if the radiation of the sun was trapped in the carbon dioxide the temperature of the earth would
Lewis and Clark In 1803 President Thomas Jefferson won approval from Congress for a visionary project that was to become one of American history\'s greatest adventure stories. Jefferson wanted to know if Americans could journey overland to the Pacific Ocean following two rivers, the Missouri and the Columbia, which flow east and west from the Rocky Mountains. If the sources of the two rivers were nearby, Jefferson reasoned that American traders would have a superior transportation route to help
Rachel Carson The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us, the less taste we shall have for destruction. -- Rachel Carson © 1954 -Rachel Carson- Rachel Carson was born on May 27, 1907, and raised on a farm throughout her childhood days in Springdale, Pennsylvania. During her childhood, her mother would encourage her to explore the natural surroundings and write about anything that appealed to her. In so doing, she had her first story publishe
Asian Philosophies of Critical Thinking EXTENDED ESSAYAsian Philosophies of Critical Thinking: divergent or convergent to western establishments? MAY 2003 AbstractThe research question of this extended essay came across at a very early stage in my life. Having been born and developed from a family with all its members being University instructors and professors, I was often involved in arguments related to the lack of critical thinking in Asian cultures. As I got older, having had the chance to
The Right of Religious Freedom During our class on Federal Policy we have been discussing the idea of the rights of Native Americans. While doing me research I came across on the underlining freedoms that everyone should process, the freedom of Religion. This freedom is so important in regards to Native Americans because it not only allows them to worship but defines their culture as well. I have decided to focus on just the American Indian Freedom Act of 1978 and it progression through time. R
The Metaethics of Ayn Rand and Objectivism Foundations of Ethics January 2001 Table of Contents o Introduction ……………………………………………….. p. 3-5 Early Ayn Rand …………………………………… p. 5-6 Literary Period ………………………….…………. p. 7-8 Philosophical Period ……………………………… p. 8-9 o Metaethics ………………………………………………… p.9-10 Existence as Primary …………..……....………… p. 10-11 Animate vs. Inanimate Objects ………………….. p. 11-13 Life and Value ………………….…………………. p. 13-14 Fact and Value: The Randian Synthesis ………... p. 15-17 The Rationa
Mongolia Final Exam! May 13, 2004 Describe the different categories of protected areas in Mongolia and what activities are permitted in each. Describe how effective both the national and local government are in implementing their policies concerning protected areas. Mongolia was one of the first countries in the world to adopt the idea of protecting areas for the sake of the environment. In 1778, the Bogdkhan mountains to the south of Ulaanbaatar were designated as a protected area. Even before
Blood Transfusion My best friend Sarah was two and I was three the summer her family moved across the street from ours. One of the first conscious memories I have of the two of us was the following Fourth of July. The neighborhood families had a small fireworks show in the street in families had a small fireworks show in the street in front of my house. The only part of the evening I remember is when I was lying on my mom’s should, I remember looking and seeing Sarah lying on her mother’s shoul
URBAN, MIDDLE-CLASS TEENAGERS, IN THE DECADE OF THE ‘DOT’. INTRODUCTION- Welcome to the decade of the dot. That tiny bit of Internet grammar whose ubiquity in e-mail addresses and web URLs so neatly captures the giddying impact of technology on our lives at the century’s launch. Ten years ago, the Internet was little more than a cyberspace wilderness traversed by nerds, while the Web was an obscure tool unknown to all but a handful of researchers. Today, the Internet is a more potent medium than
Dogma In the American Heritage Dictionary defines Dogma is a doctrine or a corpus of doctrines relating to matters such as morality and faith, set forth in an authoritative manner by a church. In the movie “dogma”, Bartleby and Loki who are two renegade fallen angels, debated about the unfairness of God. Bartleby said that he (God) gave humankind a choice and they choose to acknowledge God or they choose to ignore him. Therefore, a lot of philosophers came down in the world such as Buddha from I
The Great Chain of Being History of Science 333 Most of the concepts about the nature of living things in the early modern era were derived from the writings of Aristotle. Aristotle wrote about the concept of distinct types of organisms that could be distinguished from all the rest. Aristotle was interested in much more than the biological world, and attempted to build a theory of the world as a whole. As part of this theory, he believed that all of nature could be seen as a continuum of organiz
Characteristics of Modern Condition What can I say about the modern society? It reminds me of iron – it is very hard to mould and the process is very slow. Our society is very conservative. It resists any change, any innovation. And one is considered criminal if one tries to go against tradition, against customs, against morality. As Nietzsche said: “To be evil is “not to act in accordance with custom”, to practice things not sanctioned by custom, to resist tradition, however rational or stupid
Cloning Cloning has been a subject of science fiction for many, many years. Though scientists began to experiment with the idea of cloning decades ago, the public was not fully brought to attention on the subject until the declaration that Scottish scientists had successfully cloned a sheep named Dolly in 1997. Controversy soon flew as the morality of cloning was discussed in all religions and societies In the Dolly experiment there were 277 cell fusions, resulting in 29 that began to grow and w
Following the progress of an enzyme-controlled reaction. Aim: To follow the progress of an enzyme-controlled reaction using starch solution and amylase. Hypothesis: It may be assumed that the longer the starch will be in contact with the enzyme the more starch will be converted into maltose. It can also be expected that the more substrate is digested into the break down product the lower color readings will be obtained with the colorimeter confirming the hypothesis that as time goes by the amyla
Naturalistic Observation you can conduct naturalistic observation nearly anywhere. Animals make natural subjects for naturalistic observation. Humans also make good subjects for naturalistic observation. Naturalistic observation is probably the best method around for the process of formulating new hypotheses. By becoming familiar with subjects and their behavior, one can start to make hypotheses about them and their behavior. Those hypotheses can then be tested by other methods. So, the notion t
Science AssignmentScientific Method I 1) hypothesis 2) observation 3) hypothesis 4) hypothesis 5) observation 6) The results are quantitative. For something to be quantitative it must be of, relating to, or susceptible of measurement. The students counted the number of living organisms, which they observed in the local park each day. Therefore there results are quantitative. 7) Between weeks 6 7 and weeks 9 10 the number of bees increased the most. 8) The statement that Demelza said to Jess is a
What killed the Dinosaurs? June 8, 03 Science 8, 6 About 65 million years ago dinosaurs were upon the earth, but dinosaurs did not survive those 65 million years, now what happened to these dinosaurs? Many theories were created, some of the theories that were looked into the most were; one theory was that an object from space landed on earth, this object created forest fires, smoke that covered up the sun, and created cooler temperatures, now due to this they believe that there was a shortage of
ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF ART This paper will show the relationship between the environment and fine arts. Both of these subjects are evaluated on a perceptual basis of what the observer sees and appreciates. As the basis for this report, it will be determined what is considered art and what comprises the environment. Defining what is art has been discussed at least since Plato wrote in The Republic about the place of the artist in society. The importance of art to mankind has peculiarly modern i
Cloning A few years ago if you were to ask someone about the possibilities of cloning they would most likely say it was impossible. This attitude towards cloning has been held into belief up until recently when scientists in Scotland cloned a sheep. And immediately after scientists in Oregon cloned a monkey (Fackelmann 276). The most major breakthroughs of the century in science has occurred and we are not ready for it. The scientific breakthrough of cloning has caused a great deal of controvers
Media coverage of football hooliganism Football hooliganism can be seen as something of an easy target\' for the media. With journalists present at every match across the country, the chances of a story being missed are slim. TV cameras also mean that disturbances within stadiums are caught on video. Since the 1960s, in fact, journalists have been sent to football matches to report on crowd behaviour, rather than just the game 1. The British tabloid press in particular have an enthusiastic\' app
Discuss the issues of publishing pictures that have been altered using a computer. Picture and subject manipulations have been a part of photography since it was first invented. But because of computer technology, digital manipulations are relatively easy to accomplish, hard to detect and perhaps more alarming, alter the original image so that checking the authenticity of the picture is impossible. Some critics have predicted that in a few years, images -- whether still or moving -- will not be
Brave New World Could you imagine living in a time where everything you knew was perfect. The weather, the animals, and your perception of yourself are all perfect. The world in which you know is controlled by an almighty being, you know nothing but what you are told. This is the world of Adam and Eve living in the Garden of Eden at the very beginning of human beings existence. However this reality all came to a crashing end when Eve and Adam decided to take a bite from the apple off the tree of
ρνk§Υh!ίΥw4 TEST FOR ENGLISH MAJORS GRADE EIGHT (SAMPLE)QUESTION BOOKLET PAPER ONE TIME LIMIT;95 MIN.= PART ` LISTENING COMPREHENSION ;40 min.= In Section A,B and C you will hear everything ONCE only.Listen carefully and then answer the questions that follow.Mark the correct response for each question you hear. SECTION A TALK Questions 1 to 5 refer to the talk in this section.At the end of the talk you will be given 15 seconds to answer each of the following five questions. Now Listen to th
Schizophrenia Schizophrenia is a psychiatric disorder that is characterized by a variety of symptoms and the disorganization of feeling and thought. It is an incurable disease whose causes are unknown, yet whose effects are mind and body crippling. (Young, 1988, p.13-14) This topic was chosen because it is interesting to study a disorder that worldwide, is viewed as a classic example of madness and insanity. Another reason of interest is because unlike many illnesses, schizophrenia doesn’t have
Gender There definitely seems to be a "science" to displaying merchandise to target one gender or the other. There also seems to be a science in "drawing you in." For instance, the toy store was a store for both boys and girls. At the front of the store to get the children’s attention were items for both little boys and girls. Not only was the usual attention getters stores use to attract adult customers, this store also had to get the attention of both genders of the children. Besides being pil
Evolution Introduction: Charles Darwin’s brethren could easily include Karl Marx, Da Vinci and Jesus Christ.. What he wrote in the Origin of the Species shook human belief to the core. He took the commonly accepted idea of where we came from, and smashed it to bits. In exploring two of his most famous theories, Evolution and Natural Selection, we can see why they have effected and changed human thought and belief to such a degree. Definitions: Natural Selection: a process occurring in nature whi
Catatonic Schizophrenics Michael W., a 29 year-old married male, was brought to the hospital emergency room after refusing to eat or speak for four days. An interveiw with with family members revealed theat Mr. W. had had such episodes before, but they had never lasted this long. In addition, he had periods in which he was suspicious of everyone in his family and claimed they were trying to poison him. During these periods, he accused his wife of infidelity and became extremely agitated and host
Benjamin Franklin-Scientist and Inventor American Studies May 20, 1996 Benjamin Franklin has influenced American technology, and indirectly, lifestyles by using his proficiencies and intelligence to conduct numerous experiments, arrive at theories, and produce several inventions. Franklin\'s scientific and analytical mind enabled him to generate many long lasting achievements which contributed to the development and refinement of modern technology. Few national heroes, including George Washingto
The History of Dinosaurs The dinosaurs were reptiles that appeared about 230 million years ago. It\'s believed that they had scaly skin and some ate plants and others ate meat. Scientists don\'t know whether or not the dinosaurs were cold blooded, but they think the smaller ones were warm blooded, and the large ones were cold-blooded. In this report you\'ll learn about the earliest dinosaurs, the kinds of dinosaurs, and how the dinosaurs died. There are two main groups of the earliest dinosaurs:
SPHERICAL PERCEPTIONS Works of Science Fiction are typically written to thrill, amaze, and instil thought into their readers. Science Fiction novels often entail what is impossible or not yet discovered on Earth. Extrasensory perception is surrounded in mystery and uncertainty in today\'s society, and is the basis of Sphere, a chilling novel by Michael Crichton. Extrasensory perception, or ESP, is a method of communicating and being aware of something without using man\'s known senses (Alcock 46