Atoms Essays and Term Papers
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Spinoza and Descartes: God ExistsShumway, Jerome
History of Philosophy
March 20, 2012
Spinoza and Descartes: God Exists
To Baruch Spinoza nature is everything. Molecules, atoms, people, thought, mass, societies, galaxies, and life is all a part of nature. There is nothing outside of nature and that includes spiritual ...
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Chemistry Ionic CompoundsDavid Phillips
Period 4 Sakaguchi
25 November 2012
Throughout the laws and rules of chemistry, one major factor, which has important rules, can come as confusing to some. This topic is of course ionic compounds. There are rules necessary to tell what ...
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We Need Nuclear Power Plants to Keep the Lights OnWe Need Nuclear Power Plants to Keep the Lights On
“Nuclear energy originates from the splitting of uranium atoms in a process called fission. Fission releases energy that can be used to make steam, which is used in a turbine to generate electricity” (Asaravala). Nuclear power generates ...
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Ender's GameThis book named Ender's Game is a science fiction book about a single boy. The author of this science fiction book is Orson Scott Card. Mr. Card has written four novels in a series about Ender and the story of his life. The publisher of Ender's Game is a big company known as Tom Doherty Associates, ...
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Saint Thomas Aquinas on God's ExistenceSaint Thomas Aquinas
Since the beginning of time, man has been skeptical about the existence of God, causing many heated debates and philosophical discussions. Many philosophers have invested a great deal of time into proving the existence of God. Saint Thomas Aquinas is one such philosopher. ...
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William Wordsworth and William Blake on NatureWilliam Wordsworth and William Blake were Romantic poets that often expressed their opinions and feelings through depicting scenes of nature. Both men were dissenters to the advancements brought on by the Industrial Movement, but each had his own way of expressing this notion. Wordsworth's ...
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