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Vision of Apocalypse in Nightfall by Isaac Asimov

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The writer of this review seeks to describe the origin of the apocalyptic science fiction genre with reference to Isaac Asimov's work titled "Nightfall". The review will identify the main features of the genre, and discuss how they are manifested in the "Nightfall"…
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Analysis of World Literature: Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov, Arthur Clarke and Edmond Hamilton

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The writer of this essay discusses the examples of R. Bradbury, I. Asimov, A. Clarke, E. Hamilton successful writers, their life, works, their devotion to literature they achieved can be good examples for our young authors who just begin their way of writing and self-acceptance in literature…
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Robot Dreams

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Knowledge is dangerous. Asimov lays down clear three rules to keep humans protected from its own creation that may turn out to be dangerous anytime, as has been portrayed in almost all sci-fi books before him. Asimov saw a promising technological innovation to be exploited and managed through robotics and left little room for transgression…
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Shakespeare Women - The Real Power Behind The Throne
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It is common throughout Shakespeare's plays for a woman to have a leading role. Shakespeare never directly gave women the power or portrayed them as the potent characters, which directed the course of the play. He brought out subtle qualities in them, which influences the more dominant male characters. This eventually changed the power equations…
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Images of Technology in Books The Brave New World and Robbie
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This essay presents the close comparative analysis of the two texts - “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley and Isaac Asimov’s “Robbie” - that will show that Huxley has extended Asimov’s proposition to materialize the apprehension that technology may be harmful to human being and society…
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Legal Ethics

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Media images propagated on film and TV have projected an image of lawyers as unprofessional, unethical people resulting in a corresponding deterioration in the perception of lawyer image among the public. Such negative perceptions also have an adverse impact on law students who…
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Science fiction has less to do with science and more to do with an endless reworking of the human condition

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Who are we? There is a strong juxtaposition of reality and non-reality or fantasy. By means of paranormal phenomena, empirical science makes an attempt to clarify its laws of development. Moreover, empirical science has made an attempt to define its own…
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Time And Travel In Science Fiction
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Science fiction, with its grounding in science, is possible, whereas fantasy, which has no grounding in reality, is not. The paper "Time And Travel In Science Fiction" characterizes the time travel in two novels, Ursula LeGuin’s "The Dispossessed" and Octavia Butler’s "Kindred"…
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Artificial Intelligence and Robot in the Context of Realism
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In this paper, the author demonstrates the novel The Naked Sun and The Day After Tomorrow. The author describes novels' Relevance to Singularity, Realism and Man’s Freewill. And also describes how technology the product of man intelligence could evolve into something into beyond man’s comprehension…
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The Naked Sun and The Day After Tomorrow - Its Relevance to Singularity, Realism and Mans Free Will
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This paper, The Naked Sun and The Day After Tomorrow, declares that the detective from Asimov’s previous novel, The Caves of Steel, returns and was given a new assignment which is to investigate the murder of a famous “fetologist”, Rikaine Delmarre…
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What are the most important differences between rationalists and empiricists(Site specific philosophers in each group)
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Before describing them it should be noted that both the terms under consideration were applied to denote different trends and things in different time periods…
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Science: A Social and Cultural Examination
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When looking at the progress scientific discoveries have made, people wonder in amazement how such things were possible. Looking around, in every aspect of human society, science has brought many changes in how the way people view and take life as well as the environment they live in…
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Impact of Science Fiction on Historical and Modern Literature
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The Impact of Science Fiction on Historical and Modern Literature The genre of science fiction arose out of modern man’s search for answers to the problems of life through the medium of science. In the period known as the Enlightenment, many exciting discoveries in the natural sciences informed people about the qualities of the earth, and the laws of nature, and this encouraged writers to imagine other worlds where things might be different than they are on this planet…
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Remote/robotic surgery
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Name Date Section # Remote/Robotic Surgery A. Is this legal At this juncture, remote surgery is legal in all fifty United States; however, the commonality of its usage is restricted to a few special cases. This restriction is due to the fact of its overall rarity and expense rather than current laws restricting its use and or application…
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Time and Travel in The Dispossessed and Kindred
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The great science fiction writer Isaac Asimov, when asked to explain the difference between science fiction and fantasy, once said that science fiction, with its grounding in science, is possible, whereas fantasy, which has no grounding in reality, is not…
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Design an org
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They serve a purpose that gives them credence for existence. Without the role and object specification, an organization lacks a radar for existence. Therefore, the formation of an organization needs to be anchored on…
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Love, Conflict, and Suicide in Romeo and Juliet
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In the research paper “Love, Conflict, and Suicide in Romeo and Juliet” the author analyzes the story of Romeo and Juliet about a young man and a young woman that fall in love, but their love can not be possible because their families do not like each other…
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Effects of earthquakes on people and properties

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Effects of earthquakes depend on a number of factors. Intensity of the violence created by the earthquake ranges from level I to X. Higher the intensity level, severe the havoc of the…
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From the Golden Age to Cyberpunk
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The paper "From the Golden Age to Cyberpunk" discusses that technology has vastly improved the life of the average human being in the west. Human beings need to learn how to use technology without falling into the traps of needing it so much that we cannot even do simple sums without it…
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Accreditation of City College of San Francisco
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I have included direct quotations as well but only where they are supplementing my point. I have formed four body paragraphs one of which I have devoted to the opposition’s viewpoint,…
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Human Gentic Engineering
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Human Genetic Engineering Two and a half decades ago, renowned American author and professor Isaac Asimov presaged a monumental scientific breakthrough when he declared that man has reached the stage where “the advance of genetic engineering makes it quite conceivable that we will begin to design our own evolutionary progress” (174)…
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The Life and Death of Stars (Astronomy)
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These fascinating components have a time when they are born, time to grow and can stay for a very long time and they also have a time to die. The skies contain gases like the hydrogen gas and dust that join together to form…
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The Ethical Dilemma: Making the Moral Decision
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"The Ethical Dilemma: Making the Moral Decision" paper defines an ethical dilemma and explores the decision-making process used to arrive at a decision where all the options have significant consequences. Making an ethical decision is a process of self-reflection and personal integrity…
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Research three diverse faiths and compare the philosophy of providing healh care from the perspective of each of these three faiths with that of the Christian perspective and your own personal perspective
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A lot of resources have been provided to see to it that these services are provided to the society. It is also factual to state that the effective…
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Robots Replaces Humans
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We used to wonder about the idea of having mechanical beings to do the task for us especially those that are extremely difficult. We thought that that they are mere ideas that can only be found in sci-fi…
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Ethics for a society of humans and automatons
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Ethics for a Society of Humans and Automatons Name: Date: Course: Instructor: Table of Contents Introduction Three Laws of Robotics Altering the Ethical Man The Automaton Risks The Notion of Harm Machine Ethics Misconceptions of Automatons’ Ethics Computable Ethics Conclusion ‘‘The word freedom has no meaning when applied to a robot…
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Social Implications of IT
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In the paper “Social Implications of IT” the author discusses the concept of artificial intelligence, which has historical evidence. The ancient Egyptians had documented ideas that almost match the principles of artificial intelligence…
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Religion and Society

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The notion that the belief in religion and a conviction that is based solely on the principles of science, the scientific method as well as deductive and inductive reasoning are mutually exclusive is one that has prevailed throughout the course of history…
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The Time Machine by George Wells
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The paper "The Time Machine by George Wells" discusses that the order of the scenes in Wells’ novel is backward from what is found in the book of Revelations, the blackness in Wells’ story comes after the paradisiacal greenery and abundance of the Eloi…
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Energy Harvesting
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ENERGY HARVESTING by Haider Cheema Academia Research 1. INTRODUCTION Energy is the basis for the functioning of any system. We are surrounded by energy in different forms. With growth in technology and industry, energy requirements have grown with it. Conventionally we have depended on fossil fuels, which are finite and environmentally costly to meet our energy requirements…
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The Golden Age Presented by the Islamic Physical Science
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The essay "The Golden Age Presented by the Islamic Physical Science" discusses how the rich heritage of this era has been forgotten, but the achievements by Muslims in the field of Mathematics, Astrology, and Geography are discussed in detail…
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Apply The Prescribed Ethical Decimation Making Model (P.30 ) Using The case California Parks Department Scandal

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According to the ethical making decision model described by Cooper (2012), any person faced with an ethical problem has to sort for alternative after clearly defining the ethical…
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The History of Projective Geometry
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Name of the of the Concerned Professor Subject 2 May 2011 The History of Projective Geometry Introduction Projective geometry is the aspects of mathematical studies that had to do with the study of relationships existing between geometric figures and the mappings or images that are brought into existence as a result of the projection of these geometric figures on some other surface…
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Collision of Ancient and Modern in Fantasy Literature
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This paper 'Collision of Ancient and Modern in Fantasy Literature" focuses on the fact that the debate regarding the existence of God and devil has begun from time immemorial and it still continues and is not likely to end up in a definitive conclusion ever. …
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Social psychology
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The movie is based in Chicago in the year 205, a time in which sentient robots are commonplace helpers. The robots are supposed to be governed by the three laws of robotics…
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Popular Culture Anaylsis
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Popular Culture Analysis In writing a cultural analysis of popular culture, I have decided to look into the science fiction genre as represented by the novel “To Say Nothing of the Dog” by Nebula prize winning and SFWA Grand Master award winner Connie Willis…
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Robotics in the Manufacturing Industry
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Field named as “Robotics” is itself a branch of technology that deals with design, edifice, function, structural disposition, fabrication and application of robot and computer system. This is actually a study of robots. Robots are the prepared machines that can be used for…
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Article Review on Advertising

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The article was able to emphasize that in organizations, the failure of one leader to deliver effectively the demands of his office…
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Science Fiction Culture
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The "Science Fiction Culture" paper focuses on si-fi genre comprises stories that are set to develop the future of the society. Science fiction writers have got an imaginative and creative mind as well; it always enables them to write stories that are so captivating and interesting for people.  …
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Ethical Dilemma Assignment

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Isaac Asimov's uncomplicated quotation illustrates the complexity that we are presented with when we are confronted by an ethical decision. An ethical dilemma can put everything we believe in and value on trial as a test of its worth, and a testimony to our worthiness…
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Strategic Management for Smirnoff
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Introduction Strategic management as a process requires a holistic approach underlying the overall organizational context within which organization works. The external as well as internal environment of the organization not only affects the organization but also directs the overall outcome of the actions taken by an organization over the period of time…
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Science for Informed Citizens

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This essay is based on VELS discipline based learning strand for science which states that: "A major goal of science education is to develop citizens who are capable of engaging in informed debate about science and its applications. Increasing emphasis will be placed on the role of science…
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Critical commentary about Ludwig Wittgenstein's view of 'hinge propositions
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Critical commentary about Ludwig Wittgenstein’s view of ‘hinge propositions’ That is to say, the questions that we raise and our doubts depend on the fact that some propositions are exempt from doubt, are as it were like hinges on which those turn Introduction The theory of hinge propositions is based on what people can claim is known…
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Cyberpunk in William Gibson's Works
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The paper "Cyberpunk in William Gibson’s Works" explains why human true identity became a misconception. modern possibilities due to Cybernetic enhancements, cosmetic surgeries, and body alterations, brain-computer interfaces have obstructed people from their own realities and personal identity…
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Star Wars
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The films also depict events related to ghosts and mystical powers. This paper will attempt to explore Star Wars as science fiction, but it does not only rely on a scientific viewpoint, but also a…
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Science Fiction: The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells
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This paper compares stories of science fiction, The War of the Worlds, by H.G. Wells, with a recent science fiction film, called I Robot, which is somewhat loosely based on an earlier written text. It draws out the main differences which emerge between the medium of writing and the medium of film…
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The Role of Women in Science Fiction
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In the research paper “The Role of Women in Science Fiction” the author tries to gain a better understanding of gender and the role of women in modern science fiction. Femme Fatales can stand side by side in a story and be appreciated for what they are…
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Health Promotion throughout the lifespan

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Lifespan development occurs from conception to death, and reflects the human ability to adapt and change (Bee, Boyd, & Johnson, 2006). The lifestage I have chosen for this paper is Middle Adulthood that occurs during the ages of 40- 60 years, as I am currently 20 years old and am concerned about how personal and socio-environmental changes will affect my mental health as I enter this developmental milestone…
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The Robot-Reply and the Definition of Being Human
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Clients Name Name of Professor Name of Class Date The Robot-Reply and the Definition of Being Human The idea of artificial intelligence has a history that is as long as the history of science fiction. From the theme of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, arguably one of the first science fiction novels, the idea of human created intelligence, a sentient being created from the will of human science, has been a continuing fascination (Shelly, Panshin, Panshin, and Cook 162)…
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Neologisms in film and Televison

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A neologism is a word, term, or phrase which has been recently created (coined) often to apply to new concepts, or to reshape older terms in newer…
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