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2044 days

 Date: 10/08/15 12:57   in : Science 

Give Hope, Give Life Infertility is a growing problem in the world, but there are solutions for couples who are affected by it. In the United States alone, over 6.1 million people are affected by infertility and many of those people deal with medical, psychological and financial stress...


2050 days

 Date: 10/01/15 21:59   in : Science 

Brick Making In Mesopotamia It was possibly as long ago as 8000 BC in Ancient Mesopotamia (a part of modern Iraq) when man first found out that clay could be dried and shaped in the sun to make a building material. The objects made in this process were called bricks. A brick is defined...


2039 days

 Date: 10/12/15 21:42   in : Theater 

Tennesse Williams “Tennesse Williams saw himself as a shy, sensitive and gifted man trapped in a world where mendacity replaced communication, brute violence replaced love, and loneliness.” (Ryan 3176) This one statement explains most of Williams’s life. He grew up and went to school in ...


2115 days

 Date: 07/29/15 13:25   in : History_Other 

Ancient Egypt Between 3100 and 332 B.C was the rise and climax of one of the richest and oldest ancient civilizations. It’s lifeline was the Nile river in the Nile valley. Here, Egyptian dynasties ruled from the first cataract of the Nile to the Mediterranean Sea. At the it’s height...


2208 days

 Date: 04/27/15 09:48   in : Computers 

Wireless Technology Wireless networks use radio frequencies as an alternative to standard land-based Ethernet cabling. In a wireless network, also referred to as a “WLAN”, wireless access points are set up to act as transmitters to send data to wireless network cards installed on users’ ...


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 Date: 08/31/15 06:39   in : Anthropology 

Ptolemeic Egypt and the Falcon of Horus Ptolemaic Egypt and the Falcon of Horus The ancient Egyptian society is often referred to as one of the greatest civilizations to have influenced the world. Not only is their stretch of continuous success over time impressive, but the art and tech...