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Similarities in Darwinism and Social Darwinism

Similarities in Darwinism and Social Darwinism

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“The war of nature is not incessant, that no fear is felt, that death is generally prompt, and that the vigorous, the healthy, and the happy survive and multiply.”                                                                                                           – Charles Darwin (1859)&hellip

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Gold Grows on Trees

Gold Grows on Trees

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Parents of the world be advised: money does in fact grow on trees. A scientific survey done by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation in Western Australia showed trace amounts of gold in the leaves&hellip

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Girls’ Breasts Growing Sooner

Girls’ Breasts Growing Sooner

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We say that children grow up too fast. New science suggests this axiom, sadly, is all too true. Researchers, led by Frank M. Biro, MD from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital recently completed a four-year study of&hellip

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Benefits of Tidal Power

Benefits of Tidal Power

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Most of the world has already begun shifting their energy production from fossil fuels, like oil and natural gas, to renewable energy sources, such as solar, wind and hydroelectric. Another type of energy source that&hellip

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We’re Addicted to Our Phones

We’re Addicted to Our Phones

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Smart phones as we now know them have only existed since 2007, but we’re already addicted. Data recently released by mobile app maker Locket shows the average smart phone user unlocks their phone 110 times&hellip

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Why is Uranus tilted?

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Of all the planets in the solar system, Uranus is probably the oddest. A cool blue planet, it rotates on its side! The faint ring system around the planet gives testament to the fact, and&hellip

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Why is more ram better ?

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Why is more ram better ? With the invention of various technological instruments the human races have been moving ahead. Computer has been one of the greatest inventions of science. And RAM ( Random Access&hellip

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Why do ignition coils fail?

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Ignition coils refer to a bunch of wires that are literally needed by any car engine during the start-up or ignition process.  For engines to work, the right amount of electricity must pass through these&hellip

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Why Do KKK Burn Crosses?

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Whenever KKK burn crosses, it is to intimidate the targeted persons by doing it near their houses or buildings as a sign. However, the association of cross burning with the KKK, or the Ku Klux&hellip

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Why Do Physicists Use Models?

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Physicists use models in order to help themselves and observers understand phenomena and theories in a better manner. Physics deals with various very complex concepts and theories, and without the use of models, it would&hellip

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Why do regular polygons tessellate?

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Tessellation, typically, is defined as the method of tiling floors such that neither any gaps remain nor does any overlapping exists with the help of shapes. Generally a tessellation is formed when a certain shape&hellip

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Why do fruits conduct electricity?

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Fruits are great conductors of electricity because of the simple reason that they contain water and various chemicals that literally allow electric energy to pass through them.  The water content alone is usually enough to&hellip

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Why do unlock codes cost money?

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Many people all over the world have their own mobile phones which are used for various communication needs. Some people are so attached to their cellphones because of the demands of their everyday lives whether&hellip

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Why do rovers travel so slowly?

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Rovers refer to robotic cars that are typically sent to other planets for exploration purposes.  Some rovers are designed to get soil and rock samples from other planets like Mars while other rovers are specifically&hellip

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Why do kindle books cost more?

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Kindle is a popular device for reading so-called ebooks or electronic versions of books.  Through the Kindle device, one may just use a tablet-like computer and browse through the pages of book in its electronic&hellip

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Why are pivot tables used?

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Many people encounter the term “pivot table” when using Excel spreadsheets for example. Some are aware of the functions of the pivot table while others are not familiar of what it can actually do for&hellip

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Why Do Chemical Bonds Form?

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Uncovering Chemical Bonds The attraction between atoms results into a chemical bond. These chemical bonds further bond with other atoms and/or molecules to form chemical compounds. Atoms that are not in a state of stability&hellip

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Why do passwords expire?

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Windows operating system will have an option for the system administrator to generate a policy in which, the password will expire after sometime. According to the system administrator settings, the password will expire in windows&hellip

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Why do tube amps sound louder?

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For people who are fond of listening to music or playing musical instruments, choosing the right amps or amplifier is a priority.  This is because the sound quality and volume will suffer if the wrong&hellip

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