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A Brief History of the Internet
Within our society there has been a revolution, one that rivals that of the Industrial Revolution. The Technological Revolution. At the head of this revolution is the Internet. A place full of information, adventure, and even for some, romance. In our society today everyone has heard of this technological wonder, and many use it on a daily basi

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ACL Reconstructive Surgery
Injuries can come in many different shapes and sizes. From a critical head injury from a child falling off of a poorly designed play structure to a football player breaking his arm from a collision. The field of Orthopedics is “the branch of medicine that deals with the prevention or correction of injuries or disorders of the skeletal system and as

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Airport Security
Miami is endorsed as one of the safest US airports



Federal undercover inspectors in the United States managed to get one in four weapons past airport security checkpoints in June.

The fake guns and bombs and other weapons got past screeners during tests at 32 major airports.



How the airpor

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All Hale Radar, Savior Of The Brits
Silence, nothing but silence until there’s a buzz in the air, slowly getting louder, then suddenly dozens of bombers fly over cities and towns destroying everything in sight, without a single plane launching to defend the homeland. This is how many air raids were carried out through World War I because the only defenses to air attacks were hearing

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America Online
Mission Statement

“To become the world’s most respected and valued company by connecting, informing and entertaining people everywhere in innovative ways that will enrich their lives.”
Introduction

America On-line (AOL), the largest commercial on-line service provider in the US, has been presented with a dau

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Analysis of Cribb’s Etiquette for a Wired World
Robert Cribb in “Etiquette for a Wired World” explains the dependency on communication technology such as e-mail, call waiting, voice mail, cell phones, answering machines and chat lines. The new and advanced technology is making us less polite and more isolated. The ability for us to connect with people anywhere and anytime has made communicatio

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Animal Cloning Is Not Justifiable
Ever since Hans Spemman cloned the first animal, a salamander in 1902, there has been an on-going debate on whether it is justified or not. The cloning of an animal may not be as extreme the cloning of a human, but it is still very cruel. Past and recent studies have shown that animal cloning is not as efficient as it was thought to be, and the end

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Apollo 11
From countdown to splashdown, Apollo 11’s mission was filled with some surprising twists and turns. It took a combination of luck, determination and guts for the crew of Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin, and Neil Armstrong to get the Eagle to the surface of the moon with only 30 seconds of fuel remaining! Experience the moments leading up to the lunar

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Artificial Intelligence
Creating a humanoid was a big leap for Brooks. His last venture in to the AI world made a big impression on the artificial-Intelligence community. He created small robots the scurried around like insects. It turns out though, that these small creatures have much in common with Cog. They both do no use the usual AI approach that most other Mobil

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Automated Customer Service
Advantages Outweigh Disadvantages

The marketplace in the world today is more competitive than ever before. Businesses are trying to increase profits and lower operating costs. Stockholders are insisting that companies make money, thus increasing their stock portfolios. Consumers are busier than at any point in the history of man. The

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Biometric Systems
As defined in Computer Security Basics by O’Reilly & Associates, Inc. biometrics is the use of a persons unique physiological, behavioral, and
morphological characteristics to provide positive personal identification.
Biometric systems that are currently avaiable today examine fingerprints,
handprints, and retina patterns. Sy

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Biometrics
Biometrics is the technology of authenticating a person’s identity by verifying a personal characteristic. Biometric device give users access to programs, systems, or rooms by analyzing some biometric trait (Schmidt 54-62). A biometric trait is a physical or behavioral characteristic. Examples include fingerprints, facial features, hand geometry, v

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BlueGear by BlueTooth
From Amazing Technology is a USB wireless network device. With BlueGear you can share files and an internet connection. BlueGear Compares to 802.11b wireless network devices such as Linksys routers. Only without the high price. These come by packages of two selling for $120. Operating at a maximum distance of 120 feet.
This information was c

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Building a Darkroom
My senior project is to research and put together a working darkroom. I chose this project because of my love of photography and everything that has to do with it. So this darkroom was a natural step.
So the first thing that you need to think about buying is the enlarger. This will probably be you’re biggest purchase as it is most likely th

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Calibration in Lab Experiments
The purpose of the lab that was completed was to determine the validity and reliability of an electronic spirometer, using a water spirometer as a reference.



Calibration is an important tool in determining whether or not an instrument is valid and reliable. The validity of an instrument is the extent to which a procedure ac

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CCD (Charge Coupled Device) vs CMOS
A CCD (Charge Coupled Device) is an electronic sensor that can detect and record patterns of light in a way similar to photographic film. But for astronomy, CCDs have several advantages over film, the chief being that they are much more sensitive than film and therefore can be used to photograph celestial objects too faint to record on film. (An ex

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Cell Phones and Brain Tumors
In today’s society, there are a countless number of people: adults, teens, and even kids who all use cell phones. Some find it necessary to have a cell phone. Whether it is for work or socializing few people know of the danger, some scientists say, are in using these devices. I went to a school function recently, and noticed the number of people

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Cloning
In the field of medicine, cloning can be a very useful technique. It is not only just
being able to reproduce the genes, but to be able to transfer them and to study them. It
would be possible to study organs of the human body to learn how they can alter them to
cause them to regenerate after injury. Also, the ways of reprod

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Cloning
Cloning can be defined as the production of a group of genetically identical cells or organisms, derived from a single individual. Those who support this procedure of making humans contend that it will help people who are finding it difficult to conceive. Others charge that cloning is good and sound science that will lead to many scientific discove

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Cloning
Shortly after the announcement that British scientists had successfully cloned a sheep, Dolly, cloning humans has recently become a possibility that seems much more feasible in today’s society. The word clone has been applied to cells as well as to organisms, so that a group of cells stemming from a single cell is also called a clone. Usually the m

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