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Assignment: Pick a journal you liked or disliked and write critical evaluation on. ML(a) format 
Thesis Sentence: I have no idea about Anunnaki, so I cannot comment on the article's credibility. The fact that I read an entire story about the Anunnaki and am still unsure of what is going on and how everything connects is a concern.
 
I: Introduction
 
II: When I kept reading and trying to figure out where it came from, the sources, I found there were not any.
A. Doesn't have enough resources.
B. This is never a positive thing because it usually means it is not trustworthy. "Don't believe everything you see on the internet," I quote.
C. This demonstrates that I am still undecided due to a lack of legitimacy.
 
III: Because of this, reading the second page is extremely difficult. It makes me want to just skip through the whole website, which I did before I remembered I needed to writ
about this amazing article.
A. This is all I had to grasp and put together the plot, and while page two was excruciatingly dull, it is crucial because these are dates and characters, in my opinion.
B. On the second page, I noticed that these were all the characters and that there was no story or conflict. Typically, at this point in a narrative, some kind of conflict or plot emerges.
C. Both are related because it mentions that no plot or dispute has yet to emerge.
 
IV: Unfortunately, even with the bits and pieces of interesting information, the paragraphs are very short, and it just seems like so much information is being crammed into such small paragraphs, making it difficult to read and follow along.
A. Looking at it even more closely, it seems that the author did not attempt to group similar information and separate different information; instead, it seems that once he finished saying something, he started a new paragraph.
B. This demonstrates a poorly written article and a lack of effort in crafting good complex sentences with sufficient detail, which is something that any article or story requires.
C. A difficult-to-read article is the result of poorly written sentences and paragraphs.
 
V: Now that I have learned a variety of techniques, such as how to spot fragments and compose formally, as well as the various styles of writing, I can spot the absence of certain guidelines in other writing and determine how good or poor a piece is.
A. I had forgotten much of what I had read by the time I got to the end of the post.
B. In some way, all good writing should teach, entertain, or shift its audience. This article is none of these things; it is a man attempting to write about someone else's teachings, which makes him sound like a broken record, or a man spewing out meaningless facts.
C. This demonstrates how a well-written piece can influence how a reader feels.
 
VI: Conclusion
 
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Since I have a limited attention span, I only read things that I find interesting. I recall two books that I enjoyed reading: Dragon Rider and City of Bones. I read each of those books at least five times because they conjured up the most vivid images in my mind and never failed to pique my interest. I also recall these books because I like bizarre, fairytale fiction, such as aliens and something a little outlandish, such as Anunnaki.org's story "Anunnaki." I have no idea who that person is, so I cannot comment on the article's credibility. The fact that I read an entire story about the Anunnaki and am still unsure of what is going on and how everything connects is a concern. It may be himself or someone who has learned Zechariah Stitchen's teachings. The piece was more like a guy who tried to get his point across based on how the material was presented, rather than being insightful. The article's characters and conflict were the next things that caught my attention since these two go hand-in-hand because characters normally have conflict. Conflict is a part of the literary aspect story, but what I read did not have a particularly compelling plot, which is why I focused on conflict and characters.
           Zachariah Stitchen was a writer who wrote books about the origins of humanity. He believed in a 12th Planet, Niburu, beyond Neptune, whose orbit was a three thousand and six hundred year-long elongated journeys around the sun and was home to extraterrestrials. When I first learned about the Anunnaki, I assumed it was a hoax, and I am still undecided. When he mentioned characters like Anu and Enlil, whom he claimed to be God and Jesus Christ, I wondered why this guy was claiming that all of these religions were or were identical, or that they all had the same story basis or experience. As I previously said, I enjoy reading things like this, but as I continued to read and looked for the references, I found there were none. This is never a good thing because it usually means it is not trustworthy. "Don't believe everything you
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see on the internet," I quote right now. In my quest for the facts, I eventually came across Wikipedia. That is when I heard a lot about Stitchen, and I could not help but think of a philosopher called Galileo Galilei as I read about him. They seemed similar to me in the sense that no one believed him. I believe there is another being out there; however, I have no idea who or what that being is. I believe in a creator or higher force, but I am skeptical of the names. What I do know is that in order for anything to be accurate or widely accepted as a fact, it must be backed up by proof. So, as I consider it, why is it a certainty that there are no extraterrestrials when we have no concrete evidence that they are not extraterrestrials? To put it another way, if anything has to be proven to be true, how can we assume there is nothing else? Extraterrestrials do not exist; they say since there is no evidence. You cannot say anything exists unless you can show it does not exist, according to the "Burden of Proof" law of justification.

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