September 11, 2013
Geology 107 #23542
Is it dangerous for politics to define science?
There are many different ways to define what science is. McLellands definition states
"Science is a way of knowing that seeks to understand the physical universe and its
G107 Short Eassay 2
October 16, 2013
An earthquake is a natural shaking of Earth materials in response to breaking of rocks
along a fault. Earthquakes are one of the many natural disasters that can occur due to natural
processes of the Earth. It can have
Short Essay #3
November 20, 2013
There has been a significant change in the climate in the last five years. Indiana has
experienced climate changes in temperature and precipitation. Climate change is a scientific
theory which states that the Earths climat
March 21, 2012
History H106- 9599
Outline of Writing Project
Part A. Title page, with image of item, my name, the class, and the date.
Part B. Model of a search narrative
I. This is what I did in the order I did it while I tried to find sources for my his
Friday, February 17, 2012
History H106- 9599
Topic Statement for Writing Project
The common artifact I chose for the writing project is barbed wire. My topic statement
for the writing project is barbed wire created better opportunities in agriculture duri
Question 2: William Burns. Outline his background, explain what he was like, and tell
what he felt about labor-management trouble. Why was he in Los Angeles in October,
1910, and why did he decide to take the bombing case?
The crime of the century took pl
Explain how what Burns did with McManigal and Jim McNamara could be
considered "kidnapping." What is the legal doctrine called "habeas corpus," and how did
Clarence Darrow feel about "political kidnapping"?
William Burns was very patient in the case
3-1 Who came to visit Clarence Darrow in his Chicago apartment, and what did the visitor
ask Darrow to do? What thoughts did Darrow experience before making up his mind?
What was the condition he insisted on before he would accept charge of the defense?