Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Decline of Society: Nazi Germany vs Children of Men Prt. 5

History and current films portray the depravities that humans are capable of committing against one another. In times of national stress, mob like reasoning takes hold, which often replaces the conscious with irrational self interest. However all of the acts … Continue reading

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The Decline of Society: Nazi Germany vs Children of Men Prt. 4

The one of the main characters in “Children of Men” (2006) is Theo. Setting the overall plot aside; Theo sacrifices his whole world in an attempt to aide a young girl. Theo risked everything he had worked for his entire … Continue reading

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Science in New Social Media

Media refers to a single medium that can be used to communicate any type of data for any particular reason. As the world seems to progress and become consumed by new social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, texting, and the … Continue reading

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Myers Park Elementary

To begin I would like to say that our class service learning project was a huge success. I want to thank everyone, EVERYONE for their help in making the experience satisfying and successful. So now I find it appropriate to … Continue reading

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The Happening: Bad Science, Mediocre Movie Part 2

The third flaw in The Happening is indicative upon the lack of knowledge about evolution. Shyamalan suggest that plants evolved into neurotoxin creating machines because humans pose a threat to the planet. However, Armstrong stresses that individuals don’t evolve, populations … Continue reading

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The Happening: Bad Science, Mediocre Movie

The science behind The Happening poses a few actions that could be heavily disputed by botanist in the science community. Here are the five flaws of the Happening: plants can talk to each other, plants can target enemies, plants can … Continue reading

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Course Reflection!

To wrap up this semester, I would just like to make a few reflections. Although this class has been fairly laid back, mostly because it meets once a week, we have collectively had some great presentations, discussions, and group efforts … Continue reading

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