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How the Theories of Charles Darwin Relate to Morality
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This 5 page report discusses Charles Darwin (1809-1892) and his studies which established the foundation of modern evolutionary theory. The question considered is how morality fits into the evolution of humanity. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWdarmor.rtf

Human Cloning
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5 pages in length. The volatile controversy concerning cloning is not one that is easily solved. Interestingly enough, no matter whether one is for or against the issue, almost everyone questioned has a strong stance in his or her opinion. There are very few neutral feelings regarding the topic of cloning. This paper takes the view that human cloning should not be approved. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Human Cloning / Why It Is Beneficial
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5 pages in length. The concept of human cloning is, perhaps, the most controversial topic of the twentieth century. With steadfast opinions on both sides of the issue, the idea of creating scientifically produced people has some of the population up in arms with such sacrilege, while others deem this marvel of modern technology the missing link to what could help make an ailing human race whole again. The writer takes the position that human cloning is beneficial by addressing the positive aspects. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Human Modification And Enhancement
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6 pages in length. A farmer in 1890's Iowa tilling his soil to prepare for next season's crops would no more understand the concept of or need for human modification and enhancement than he would the idea of cosmetic surgery or heart transplants. For him, simplicity was the mantra for his entire existence; as he aged, he expected to wrinkle; if he severed an arm, he would readapt his life to living without it; when the time came for his life to end, he would succumb to the final episode without grasping for scientific preservation. Indeed, the change in attitude that has accompanied the technological explosion clearly illustrates how people now cling to and bring about life by way of simulated processes that pose a whole host of ethical concerns with the direction humanity is headed in relation to human modification and enhancement. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCHumanMod.rtf

Hybridizing
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A 5 page overview of the various scenarios in which hybridization occurs. While hybridization can occur in the wild, it is quite rare. Hybrids are intentionally produced quite frequently in our contemporary world, however, in an attempt to explore the influence of genetics on a particular behavior or to produce a plant or animal that is better suited for a specific purpose. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPhybrid.rtf

Identification Methods For A Burned Body
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5 pages in length. Canadian forensic science is an integral component to the overall nature of victim identification. No matter the situation, Canada's forensic scientists are one of the first to arrive on the scene in order to collect pertinent clues for body cataloging. Basic identification is not so difficult a task for the most part, however, when the victim is burned beyond recognition, more complex methods must be utilized as a means by which to establish positive identification. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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In Favor of Cloning
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A 4 page paper which supports cloning. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: RAclyss.rtf

In Support Of Cloning Body Parts
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5 pages in length. People may be living longer these days; however, that has not stopped the scientific community from pursuing other avenues of extended life. The concept of body part cloning has a tremendous potential of sustaining life where it otherwise would not have existed, particularly in the form of cell regrowth and organ transplant. Indeed, to think that mankind would ever have the ability to create a heart or liver from the point of origin can be labeled as purely science fiction, yet contemporary medicine is demonstrating how this monumental feat not only exists today but is also going to benefit all of humanity. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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In The Presence of Dinosaurs (Book Review)
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This 7 page book review presents an introduction along with critical chapter summaries. Much attention is paid to the illustrations. No additional sources cited.
Filename: SA540din.rtf

Intelligence vs. Intelligences
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Charles Spearman (1904) defined and developed a unilinear testing approach to general intelligence (g), which is based on a positive correlation among varying subjects like math, earth sciences and vocabulary. Gardner (1983) proposed there were multiple intelligences (MI), or seven areas of intelligence.... These are compared and contrasted. Bibliography lists 4 sources. jvIQmster.rtf
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Is Facial Communication Universal?
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A 10 page discussion of facial expression. Utilizes the research in the field to explore the question of whether or not certain facial expressions are universal in their meaning, e.g. that they have the same meaning regardless of the cultural context. Contrasts the view that facial expression are solely cultural manifestations and thus vary in meaning according to culture and the view that these expressions are biological in their basis and thus have the same meaning regardless of the cultural context. Concludes that while some expressions are universal in their meaning, facial expression is dependent not only on biology but also on culture and on minute-specific details of an encounter. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Is the Shroud of Turin Real?
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An 11 page paper arguing that the Shroud of Turin very well could be the burial cloth of Jesus. Opponents claim that proponents of the shroud being authentic are guilty of "shroudscience" in which they begin with the desired answer and then seek methods to validate that answer; he apparently is unaware that opponents appear to be most guilty of the practice. Several vocal naysayers claim that carbon dating work in 1988 prove the shroud originates in the 14th century, yet they refuse to discuss the shoddy science that produced that conclusion. "Serious and credentialed researchers continue to produce evidence that cannot easily be explained away." The Shroud of Turin looks far more like the burial cloth of Jesus and much less like a medieval hoax. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: KSShroudTurin.doc

Life-Extending And Life-Altering Technologies: Moral, Theological and Ethical Concerns
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4 pages in length. The scientific and popular news media have heralded several "life-extending" and "life-altering" technologies, not the least of which include embryonic stem-cell research, cloning, genetic intervention and organ transplantation. While such technologies represent remarkable developments and applications of man's emerging scientific understanding, these technologies also raise critical issues with respect to the ethics, morality and economics of these technologies. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCTechEth.rtf

MATT RIDLEY AND LANGUAGE INSTINCT IN NON-HUMAN PRIMATES
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This 4 page paper discusses the debate of whether non-human primates have the instinct for learning language as humans do. Examples given, Matt Ridley discussed. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MBridley.rtf


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