Bossworth, that the Red Sea was an evolving

Bossworth, 2015 (Intro)             Red sea is  recognized as one component of a continent scale rift system that reaches from the Dead Sea to Mozambique. The rift system is popularly known as Afro- Arabian rift system. Red Sea and Gulf of Sden are suggested to be oceanic rifts at divergent plate boundaries with a triple junction with East African Rift at Afar. (Nature of red sea crust- diff arguments)             In 1972 wells of Glomar Challenger Leg 23B in and near axial trough con?rmed that basalts and ?uids with mantle-derived lead isotopes have been emplaced into the sediment column along the Red Sea axis. This supported the hypothesis that the Red Sea was an evolving oceanic rift . Based on this Coleman (1972) compiled a geological map of the entire…
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Relationship be characterized and classified as inappropriate/ impairing

                    Relationship of Exercise and Amount/ Intensity of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Symptoms in Adults Diagnosed with ADHD.   Synthesis of Literature   Morgen Lyon   Cleveland State University   HSC 503-502       Introduction             Attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a very common neurodevelopmental disorder that is often first diagnosed in childhood, but can continue and persist into adulthood (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, 2017). Symptoms of ADHD include inattention to detail, difficulty paying attention or performing tasks, poor planning, following through on instructions, easily distractible, hyperactive, talks in excess or interrupts others, impulsive, anxiety, intrusive thoughts, etc. (CDC, 2017). ADHD can then be characterized and classified as inappropriate/ impairing hyperactivity, impulsivity, and/or inattention based on…
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Do the grains of sand in the stone.

Do some Internet research on Chevron's use of seismic imaging technology. Briefly explain how it works and how it has helped Chevron discover new oil and gas reservoirs. Seismic Technology: How It Works: Hey, Today, we're going to discuss how we utilize innovation to help us in the scan for oil and gaseous petrol far below the surface of the earth. Oil and flammable gas are typically found in what we call supply rocks. These are rocks, including sandstone, that are interestingly suited to hold oil and petroleum gas between each of the grains of sand in the stone. There're all these little pore spaces, sort of like the pores in your skin, or in a wipe, that can clutch these negligible particles. To discover the repositories, we utilize seismic…
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What appreciate their responses. In order to pass

What is the difference between computer and brains? Can  computer memory be compared with the human brain?  The first scientist who experimented to answer these questions related with the differences between machinery and humans was Alan Turing, one british scientist. The first  idea for measuring artificial intelligence was famously  known  as the "Turing test". In the 1950 paper, "computer machinery and intelligence"  Turing propose the following game.  A human judge had a small talk with  players that they could not see. Their tasks was to appreciate  their responses. In order to pass the test a computer machinery,  must had the capability  to substitute  one of the game  players without shifting  results. In more easily  words, a computer would be considered intelligent if the conversation could not be easily differ  from…
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Human and development have struggled to meet the

Human resource management plays an essential part in the function of an organization. All parts of a company are touched by the human resource department. They provide an essential role in providing knowledge, training, and coaching to help an organization be successful. The development of an adequate training program for both existing employees and new hire employees can be a company's biggest challenge. An adequate training and development program is essential to helping a company be successful. Training and development have struggled to meet the demands from management to provide a program that produces results. While nearly 164 billion dollars is spent on training and development by human resource management, many programs have failed to yield the results that these programs are set to do (Phillips, 2016). The following is…
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Although monolithic; in addition, they are strongly dependent

Although there is plenty of research that shows positive relationship between attainment and motivation, it is not free from limitations and criticism. In complex dynamic systems theory (CDST) literature it has been argued that a generalization about the interaction of variables across individuals is not warranted when we acknowledge that language development is essentially an individual process (Molenaar, 2015). Dornyei argues that IDs are not distinctly definable, not stable, and not monolithic; in addition, they are strongly dependent on time and context. (Dörnyei, 2009) The variable nature of IDs over time was also found in a study by Wan- ninge, Dörnyei, and de Bot (2014) on motivational dynamics during a Spanish lesson. Even at a short timescale, which was the focus of their study (5-minute steps), motivation was highly variable…
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Firstly, pale form of an actual contract; it

Firstly, Dworkins question the practicality of the original position. For Rawls, justice is a contract amongst two persons behind the veil of ignorance. Dworkin refutes this notion, by suggesting that justice is not a genuine agreement, but rather a hypothetical one which reinforces Dworkins difficulty in understanding the practical nature of the original position.  As Dworkin states "A hypothetical contract is not simply a pale form of an actual contract; it is no contract at all" thereby arguing that theoretical agreements, have no power to bind individuals to fulfill the promises they have made, unlike real agreements.1 On the other hand, Rawls could suggest that justice as an agreement shouldn't be considered as the fundamentals of his theory, but rather a director concerning the principles of justice. In this situation,…
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Use were obtained from 2015, National Youth Tobacco

Use of Tobacco Among Middle and High School Students-United States, 2016 Background Tobacco use is one of the major cause of preventable death and diseases, it causes almost 443,000 deaths per year in the United States. The purpose of this paper was to examine tobacco use among middle and high school students in United States. Methods Data were obtained from 2015, National Youth Tobacco Survey (NYTS), a self-administered school based questionnaire, given to middle and high school students to get vital information on the results of impact of tobacco control program and policies. The NYTS is a three-phase cluster sampling method and a cross-sectional representative sample of students in 6th to 12th grade. NYTS data were examined for current use of tobacco according to middle and high school, sex, race and…
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In many of its inhabitants. This was the

In the years following World War II the European continent was busy rebuilding towns and cities after the cataclysmic destruction of 6 years of war. City fathers in America too were trying to build a better society and eradicate the sickness that was the squalid and substandard living conditions of many of its inhabitants. This was the next battle to be won, a battle for hearts and minds to persuade the population of the benefits not only to themselves individually, but to society as a whole. Typical of the time were methods of persuasion, such as the following information campaign: / Any morning in Cabbagetown is a horrible morning. The dreary climb up the stairs to the only bathroom in the house, kettle in hand ready to be filled. The…
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This study of the national economy as a

This essay discusses the impacts smartphone technology, on micro and on macroeconomic approaches. In Microeconomics, it will shed the lights on demand and supply models, market structure, and to discusses spillovers to other markets. On the other hand, macroeconomics lay emphasis on the study of the national economy as a whole. It will be discussed how industry globally affected by emerged structure (ecosystem), impacts on social, employment and contribution to the public funding.    Despite the technology can generate harmful and inconvenient results to corporations that couldn't adapt their visions of market modernity, but without controversy, technology became and remain the transformation key in the majority of contemporary and traditional industries toward positive performance, quality, demand growth and pension reduction. Below table Illustrate the average unit price and quantity demanded of smartphones…
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