Does HIV cause AIDS? The AIDS Controversy"Science is nothing but perception" ---Plato---In the first part of my discussion on the HIV/AIDS controversy, I discussed some of the reasons some people were unwilling to believe that HIV causes AIDS. I did not focus on the scientific community nor did I explain how the science handles data that conflicts with accepted scientific theory. This essay will explore these themes. It will concentrate on the scientific establishment and how it formulates...
H, hydrogen to the He, HeliumLithium, Be, BerylliumAlready getting sick of ‘emNext is Boron with a BThen Carbon with a CMan, it’s just so easy whenI know that Nis NitrogenContinue with my flow to the O in OxygenSo fresh and so cleanNumber 9 is F FluorineThen Ne is NeonI won’t be just a peonNever ever be wrongKnow the atoms like I’ve been here the last 7 eons…So anyway, Na is SodiumLook at my flodium, I’m eroding ‘emStraight leaving emIn the dustMg magnesiumAs...
Automobile emissions and their effects on our environment and our health has been a widely debated topic over the last few decades. The automobiles we use today emit large quantities of toxins that deteriorate the quality of air we breathe. Concerns over this phenomenon rose among very few people over half a century ago. Nowadays, concerns for the environment are commonly held, and everyone needs to be aware of the impacts our environment faces. The last century has witnessed a huge growth...
Artificial Intelligence and the Chaos TheoryRecently, the media has spent an increasing amount of broadcast time on new technology. The focus of high-tech media has been aimed at the flurry of advances concerning artificial intelligence (AI). What is artificial intelligence and what is the media talking about? Are these technologies beneficial to our society or mere novelties among business and marketing professionals? Medical facilities, police departments, and manufacturing plants have all...
Reaction Enthalpies and Hess’ LawIntroduction: This lab will show us how to first determine enthalpy using a simple calorimeter then apply Hess’ law to determine the change in enthalpy for a third reaction.data:Part1: The Heat Capacity of the CalorimeterCcal = 135kJ (Very off, so we used 30kJ for the rest of our calculations)[img:732940a099]http://www.collegepimp.com/echeat/lab7.gif[/img:732940a099]Discussion: The purpose of this lab was to learn how to determine the change in...
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