& Material Behavior
To investigate how the crystalline structure of materials affects their properties.
The Length Sca/es of Materials
Materials are all around us, yet we rarely stop to think of their underly
I. Introduce the topic A. Background information 1. Proposition 218 2. When/why did it begin? II. Money A. Congresswoman Lois Capps secured it B. Received 200,000 on Dec 8, 2003 for the first time C. 275 a month for homeowners 1. Law suit abo
Mad Cow Disease (medically known as bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or BSE), is an incurable and fatal brain disease. It affects cows of and kind, and possibly some other animals including goats and sheep (Nemours). When humans are infected it i
It's the Small Things
Carbon emissions have become a large problem, and a main contributor to global warming. With the ever-growing accumulation of carbon in the atmosphere, we now have a much warmer world. The climate change has many negative ef
Existential Final Project
The story begins with me sitting alone, thinking about how I am nothing in this world. I will not be remembered for hundreds of years, and I will not make a difference that is going to change the whole world. I related this
1) America should stop the genocide in Darfur. a) Africans show that they want outside help (65% of Africans want it) (World Public Opinion) b) 61% of Americans believed the UN should help (World Public Opinion) 1) Support is even highe
America's Interfering In Darfur
Over 400,000 African citizens have been killed and 2.5 million have been displaced from their homes in Darfur (Save Darfur). To put these numbers in perspective; that is about the population of the state of Texas (
1) Introduction: A) Introduce topic on abortion, what it is? B) Go into the history (Roe vs. Wade) C) Show both sides (pro and con) of abortion arguments 2) Thesis: There are two sides to this argument, and both are well justified.