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An Analysis of the Genetic Engineered Humans
Is it Worth the Risk? Do you ever just look in the mirror and wonder what would happen if you were exactly how you wanted to be? Just think possibly now and in the future, you can somewhat create an offspring and have them look exactly how you want them too. These days, Genetic Modification of Humans or Genetic Engineering...
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Past Knowledge Should Be Reinvented or Discarded as New Discoveries in Areas of Knowledge in History and Natural Sciences Advances
“That which is accepted as knowledge today is sometimes discarded tomorrow.” Consider knowledge issues raised by this statement in two areas of knowledge. As technology has advanced, our ability to make new discoveries in areas of knowledge such as history and the natural sciences has also advanced. However, as new informa...
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A Study on the Methods of Fingerprinting, DNA Typing and Gene Mapping in the Research Related to Human Identity
Humans possess the innate need to simplify and categorize the complexities of human identity. For the purposes of this paper, fingerprinting, DNA typing and gene mapping are modern day manifestations of the idea that identity is located on the skin and in the blood. These methods of determining one’s character, propensities...
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A Literature Review on the Benefits and Controversy of Stem Cell Research
Stem cell research is certainly a controversial issue. With the same individuals and politicians claiming a pro-life ticket taking issue with the fact that this type of research is solely dependent on the use of human embryos, the topic is bound to be divisive all around the world, and more particularly within the United St...
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The Successful Creation of an Algorithm to Increase Fuel Efficiency of a Flight Management System
In the research paper “Flight Trajectories Optimizations Under the Influence of Winds Using Genetic Algorithms” submitted to the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics the authors, Roberto Salvador Félix Patrón, Aniss Kessaci and Ruxandra Mihaela Botez, analyze the flight patterns of aircrafts and create an algo...
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A Toy Car Lab to Determine the Mathematical Models for Two Different Cars' Motions
Toy Car Lab Purpose: To determine the mathematical models for two different cars’ motions. Variables: Independent variable: The progression of time. Dependent variable: The distance the car travels. The more time there is, the longer the car will have to travel. The distance in which the car travels is depend...
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An Examination of the Need for Prosthetics in Our Modern Society in the Article Prosthetics: A Career that Changes Lives by John R. Platt
Abstract: Advanced engineering and technology has solved many of society’s modern-day complications such as losing a limb or two. have allowed us to fix such a problem. An article is in Today’s Engineer called Prosthetics: A Career that Changes Lives that was written by John R. Platt (an American biophysicist and science...
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The 5 Steps of the Engineering Design Process
Engineers use their science and math knowledge to explore all possible options and compare many designs. This is called open-ended design because you don’t know what the best solution will be. The engineering design process has 5 steps: ask, imagine, plan, create, and test. In this class we used this process twice. Ask.Th...
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A Research on Designing a Sustainable, Reusable, Low-Cost Single-Stage-to-Orbit Spacecraft (SSTO)
The topic of research that this bibliographic essay is meant to assist
with is that of designing a sustainable, reusable, low-cost Single-Stage-To-
Orbit spacecraft, also known as an SSTO. An SSTO is a form of rocket that
makes its' orbital ascension without dropping off empty tanks or used-up
engines. Common problems enco...
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Producing an Image of a Celestial Object From Data Acquired From a CCD Camera
In order to produce a usable image of a given celestial object from data acquired from a CCD camera, the equation is utilized. P represents the actual photons emitted by our target object, and gives the final image that we intend to produce, while QE and G are values fundamental to the camera that we use, and S, B and T ar...
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