human life

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  1. HUMAN LIFE

    I have to do a project about the human life cylce dose anyone know any good websites or any good information about the seven stages of life or the human life span???? PLZZ HELP ME IT IS DUE THIS WEDNESDAY CAN SOMEONE PLZZZ HELP ME PLZZZZ
  2. Literature

    Can someone please check if my answer is correct? 1.Which of the following statements best describes how General Zaroff [from the short story 'The Most Dangerous Game' by Richard Conell]justifies his hunting of human beings? a. Animal life is more valuable
  3. HUM/205

    Select one artwork that expresses a human experience you have encountered in your own life. Human experience, or the human condition, includes birth, death, love, loss, pleasure, pain, hope, frustration, elation, despair, values, and beliefs. Your chosen
  4. Philosophy

    What role does morality play in a good human life? Can a person live a life of wickedness and immorality and still live a good human life?
  5. science

    What are stem cells? Stem cells, the basic building blocks of human development, are sometimes called “magic seeds.” That’s because they can regenerate human tissue of various kinds. The use of stem cells is controversial because the best source for
  6. english

    The overall message of "To Every Thing There Is a Season" is a. every human emotion and activity hsa an appropriate time in life b. life is a meaningless cycle of pleassure and pain c. humans have been given power over nature, and they should use it wisely
  7. college

    I need opinions on social issues of human trafficking. This is what I have so far Human trafficking is a serious social issue around the world, because it violates human rights. The human and social issues of human trafficking can consist of: Physical
  8. BIOLOGY

    Life cycle of a human being? http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Human#Life_cycle
  9. ART

    Select one artwork that expresses a human experience you have encountered in your own life. Human experience, or the human condition, includes birth, death, love, loss, pleasure, pain, hope, frustration, elation, despair, values, and beliefs. Your chosen
  10. sociology

    From a functionalist perspective, how has human behavior and our way of life contributed to environmental problems? So far I have the premise that functionalist examine the entire system itself. Human activities have become a dominant influence on the
  11. sociology

    From a functionalist perspective, how has human behavior and our way of life contributed to environmental problems? So far I have the premise that functionalist examine the entire system itself. Human activities have become a dominant influence on the
  12. economics

    What does Marx mean to convey by the term "species-being"? Does this concept help you to understand estrangement and alienation more clearly? got this so far Species-being is like what human life should be, ideally. It is humanity itself. Human potential.
  13. English Essay

    I am supposed to write a comparison essay for English. Related to Online Vs Traditional Dating. Could you help me make a strong thesis? Technology has brought many innovations in human life and one of the greatest for many is online dating. However just
  14. Gabes

    Every year of a dog's life is worth 1 year of a human's life. If Rusty was a human, she would be twice the age of her owner, Mario. If Mario was a dog, he would be six years younger than Rusty. How old is Rusty?
  15. English

    I left out the following statements which I really find it difficult to rephrase.Thank you very much! 1) He considers death from two perspectives: one is the stoic attitude to put an end to life and human misfortune, the second is the hesitation about an
  16. college chem

    S-35 (t1/2 = 87.4 d) is used in cancer research. The biological half-life in the human body is 90 days. What is the effective half-life of S-35?
  17. college

    . S-35 (t1/2 = 87.4 d) is used in cancer research. The biological half-life in the human body is 90 days. What is the effective half-life of S-35?
  18. Reading .

    What does the speaker mean in "Any Human to Another" when he says, "Sorrow never scorned to speak / To any who / Were false or true? Humans bring sorrow upon themselves. People who are truthful can avoid suffering in life. Sorrow comes to every human
  19. English

    I forgot to include the following sentences,please. Thank you very much for your help. 1) However, European law says that animal testing cannot be used for beauty and cleaning products. 2) Those who support animal testing say that it is a necessary evil
  20. "At Harvesttime" by Maya Angelou (ASAP!)

    1. In "At Harvesttime," what does Angelou propose is a life principle that cannot be changed? A: In “At Harvesttime,” Angelou proposes that baring the consequences of a person’s actions is a life principle that cannot be changed. 2. How does she
  21. PSY

    In what ways has the information changed you life? Has it changed your personal belief system? Has it changed your understanding of your fellow human being? How have you implemented the concepts from this course in your life?
  22. Philosophy

    How does the human form and body distinguish human nature from that of other animals? How is this revealed in human eating, in the form of taste and omnivorousness? How does human omnivorousness imply that the human is possibly the best and the worst
  23. HUM/205

    To what human experience does the work relate? O How is that human experience meaningful to your life? O How does the work express or relate to your human experience? O What social, cultural, and moral values does the work express
  24. Physics

    It saves human life from the danger of electrical shock which can cause death, by blowing a fuse. How can “blowing a fuse” can rescue someone's life? Please answer. Thank you.
  25. English 2

    2. The overall message of "To Every Thing There Is A Season" is a. every human emotion and activity has an appropriate time in life b. life is a meaningless cycle of pleasure and pain c. humans have been given power over nature, and they should use it
  26. English

    Can you check the following sentences? He asked her to leave him her bus seat/ OR He asked her to leave her bus seat to him He wished they could become friends/OR could be friends/OR make friends? He had many powers such as the ability/OR like the ability
  27. science

    what is the human life cycle
  28. life science

    i have to write a essay on the human reverse life cycle. i know i have to start with a introduction. i need to know how to start the introduction.can you help me to start my human reverse life cycle introduction?
  29. human life

    how does the human life cycle in a body
  30. health

    What are the five stages of a human's life cycle?
  31. Government

    Need a response to all 3 statements 1.The US Supreme Court has ruled that the death penalty does not violate the 8th Amendment protection against "cruel and unusual punishment". Still this remains a highly controversial topic. How do you feel about the
  32. Science

    Therapeutic cloning forces people to choose between two potentially life-protecting principles - eradicating devastating diseases and defending human life? What does eradicating mean related to therapeutic cloning?
  33. bio check my answer plz???

    Ideally, sustainable development should ___________. A)put the protection of the environment ahead of human needs B)provide for human needs at the expense of the environment C)use more natural resources to make goods to meet human needs D)preserve
  34. ant101

    How does the identification of cultural universals impact our understanding of what it means to be human? How does the search for universals help us better understand human cultural behavior? What examples from your own culture can illustrate the ideas
  35. Simmons

    How is guilt a powerful force in human life
  36. Simmons

    How is guilt a powerful force in human life
  37. literature

    What does Zaroff say to show that he places little value on human life?
  38. human life

    i want pictures of the 8 stages of the human life cycle
  39. visual

    Where did Harem Steenwyck paint Human Life?
  40. Frakenstein-ENGLISh

    sorry once again...i know i've been bothering everyone about this topic. I have to do a research paper about basically anything related to science fiction. first i decided to do a research paper on mary shelley. but i didn't find it interesting. and since
  41. Frakenstein-ENGLISh

    sorry once again...i know i've been bothering everyone about this topic. I have to do a research paper about basically anything related to science fiction. first i decided to do a research paper on mary shelley. but i didn't find it interesting. and since
  42. critical thinking

    We may observe, that there is no species of reasoning more common, more useful, and even necessary to human life, than that which is derived from the testimony of men, and the reports of eye-witnesses and spectators. This species of reasoning, perhaps, one
  43. Science

    What is the only continent that traces of ancient human life have not been found?
  44. World history

    how did human life change when the ice age ended?
  45. life orientation

    Make six suggestion on how to combat the violations of human right( the right to life)
  46. Science

    Which of the following describes a relationship between science and society? A. Scientific dicveries can impact human life; therefore, society must remain scientifically literate. B. Scientific discoveries rarely impact human life; therefore, it is not
  47. Science help urgent :/

    What has been the general trend in human population growth? A.) The human population has decreased. b.) The human population has remained constant. C.) The human population has grown exponentially. d.) The human population has increased and then decreased
  48. Stop Spamming!

    Spamming is the posting of many copies of the same question. Jiskha has been getting as many as 20 identical questions in the same day. Often, like this one, we can't begin to answer the question. Subject: life orientation Message: Identify your human
  49. World History

    How did food surpluses change the way of life in early human settlements?
  50. environment

    "wildlife has not much direct impact on human life".Do you agree?justify
  51. math

    in human most of the energy needed for life activities come from carbon dioxide
  52. college

    Select one artwork that expresses a human experience you have encountered in your own life.
  53. HUM/205

    Select one artwork that expresses a human experience you have encountered in your own life.
  54. English

    Can you please help me check these sentences? Thank you very much. 1) In Hamlet's soliloquy the rub is something that makes all human beings hesitate (?) to face the undiscovered land. 2)In Hamlet's soliloquy the rub stands for an obstacle that makes human
  55. socials

    what is the use of human development index? ranks its member countries according to three measures: adult literacy, life expectancy, and the per capita GDP. i not really understand that definition and i not know how effective it is in high lighting the
  56. English

    Here is the second part. Thank you very much. 1) If death,unlike sleep, is an end in itself, then it is desirable and therefore preferable to life's suffering. Once we have 2) As in sleep there is the possibility of dreaming, Hamlet wonders if there will
  57. science

    Considering human beings as part of the natural web of life, rather than managers of it. What is this called?
  58. Linda

    What are some arguments against extending human life? Please describe at least 1 concern and 1 objection from your experience.
  59. ethincs

    Which of the following ethical frameworks suggests that morality should be linked to human nature, including a concern for human dignity and universal human rights
  60. Is this an argument? if so, what is the premise?

    TVC is opposed to any research that involves the deliberate killing of one human to benefit another human. "An unborn human is not of less value than a Parkinson's victim who needs treatment
  61. More Life cycles

    What are some animals that have similar life cycle as human? Any mammal: dogs, cats, horses
  62. Literature

    Out of the way of human life, tenderness, or the glance of heaven? -from "In the Jungle" by Annie Dillard What does this question mean?
  63. essay

    In the books Life of Pi, Lord of the Flies and Left to tell all the characters were brought up in normal families. The children were not exposed to violence. Ther human nature was to be good. However in all three books they were exposed to evil bought
  64. english

    How can I word these sentences better? 1)Regardless of how misery changes a person, everyone always wants to get rid of it. 2)The characters of the novel demonstrate how misery drives people to do things they would not normally do. 3)While standing near
  65. Chemistry

    Imagine that a hypothetical life form is discovered on our moon and transported to Earth. On a hot day, this life form begins to sweat, and it is determined that the heat of vaporization of its sweat is 155 cal/g. The scientist observing the
  66. life orientation

    1.identify your human rights violation and explain in an introductory paragraph why you choose the specific human rights violation 2.describe the three human rights violations and give at least two examples of such violations you found in your research
  67. English

    Interpretive Argument #1: The Epic of Gilgamesh The Nature of Life in Uruk Thesis: Assess the overall condition of life in Uruk. Supportive points: State the advantages and/or disadvantages of the following in topic sentences: Topic Sentence: Being a
  68. Science

    2. Which of the following describes a relationship between science and society? A: Scientific discoveries can impact human life; therefore, society must remain scientifically literate. B: Scientific discoveries rarely impact human life; therefore, it is
  69. COLLEGE

    I need imput on what I have on social issues of human trafficking Human trafficking is a serious social issue around the world, because it violates human rights. The human and social issues of human trafficking can consist of: Physical abuse of victims,
  70. English

    Social anthropologists attempt to explain the social emergence, evolution and development of the human race. They also try to determine differences between human social organization and other primate beings. One of their attempts is note dissimilarity
  71. CIVIL WAR, RECONSTRUCTION, ANDINDUSTRIAL-URBAN SOC

    Which country lawyer from Ashtabula, Ohio, argued that criminals are not born, but are made by the unjust condition of human life
  72. history

    Which country lawyer from Ashtabula, Ohio, argued that criminals are not born, but are made by the unjust condition of human life?
  73. History (Western Society)

    What was the difference between human life before and after the Neolithic revolution including the development of civilizations and empires in the river valleys of Mesopotamia.
  74. english

    places in his life conflicts in his life men in his life can it be his father? people he worked with etc mistakes he made victories he celebrated having kids publishing his poetry/plays elizabethan cultures and traditions that influenced his life and
  75. Social Studies

    Politics most informs a person's actions in? A.civic life B. work life C. private life D. school life
  76. Government

    When James Madison wrote in the Federalist Papers, "What is government itself, but the greatest of all reflections on human nature?" what was he saying about human nature? a. that the type of government shows a lot about human nature**** b. that human
  77. biology /check please

    Is this true or false? 1. Ideas about the value of knowledge gained through scientific research come from a society's social, ethical, and moral concerns. 2. Pure science is scientific research carried out primarily to solve specific environmental problem.
  78. biology can someone check

    Is this true or false? 1. Ideas about the value of knowledge gained through scientific research come from a society's social, ethical, and moral concerns. 2. Pure science is scientific research carried out primarily to solve specific environmental problem.
  79. English

    Can you read my conclusion for me. He said that it only had to be a couple sentences long. The restatement of thesis, last strong point about what were arguing, and an exit sentence. Do you think that this is good or have any ideas on what I should add?
  80. Literature

    'A symbol is a person, place, or thing, or an event that stands for itself and for something beyond itself as well. What do you think the abalone shells symbolize or represent? Consider how the narrator describes the outside of the shell as well as the
  81. PHI208

    According to Aristotle, we should begin ethical inquiry by specifying: 1)which things are intrinsically valuable. 2)the aim of human life. 3)what our fundamental duties are. 4)what constraints on behavior it would be reasonable to agree to
  82. Employment skills

    We all have basic needs (food, shelter) and several wants (car, friends, nice clothes). How do human needs and wants relate to employment? Explain 3 ways in which work affects an individual's way of life.
  83. Ethics

    Which of the following answers to the meaning of life did Tolstoy hold prior to his change of heart and mind? my answer is A a. Life has no meaning, and we must embrace that fact. b. Life's meaning is to provide comfort for oneself and one's family. c.
  84. Ethics

    Which of the following answers to the meaning of life did Tolstoy hold prior to his change of heart and mind? my answer is A a. Life has no meaning, and we must embrace that fact. b. Life's meaning is to provide comfort for oneself and one's family. c.
  85. English

    Can you please check these sentences for me? Thank you very much. 1)Another important theme is that of equivocation.The witches confuse good and bad (better evil). They are unable to distinguish between good and evil. 2) Closely connected to the theme of
  86. health

    What are some arguments against extending human life? Please describe at least one objection and one objection from your research and experience.
  87. science

    What are some arguments against extending human life? Please describe at least one objection and one objection from your research and experience.
  88. Earth Science

    How do increased understanding of the hydrosphere, watersheds and human uses of water support the phrase, "Water is life?'
  89. science

    what is the unity of life? if asked to explain two examples could it be a human and a chimp or would the two examples be DNA and RNA?
  90. Education/College

    I am now in a Life Span Development course. I need an example of a personal experience that involves nurture in regard to human development
  91. bio

    how do you think the development of vaccines for more than 20 communicable diseases has affected the average human life span in areas where these vaccines are available?
  92. Science

    Describe the life cycle of a parasite that relies on its host for part of its reproductive cycle. human and mosquito???
  93. American Government

    1. How does supporting the human with defenders align with the philosophies of america's founding fathers? 2. Why do human rights defenders need to be protected? What dangers do they face? 3. What are some ways human rights defenders insure rights around
  94. chemistry

    caffeine has a half-life of 4.6 hours in the human body.. How long would it take 125 milligrams tritium to decay to 22 milligrams?
  95. math

    3. The half-life of a certain drug in the human body is 8 hours how long it would take for a dose of this drug to decay to 0.1% of its initial level?
  96. chemistry - human calorimeter

    From experience, you know that you produce significantly more heat when you are exercising than when you are resting. Scientists can study the heat that is produced by human metabolism reactions using a ‘human calorimeter.’ Based on what you know about
  97. human services

    what are some ethical dilemmas that occur in health care or human service organizations? There are many ethical dilemmas from perspective, epsecially in my hometown. I feel that some ethical issues in the human service organizations is race. My dad lost
  98. Life orientation

    1.identify 3 human rights violation or discrimination and explain in an introductory paragraph why you choose the specific human rights violation or discrimination 2.Describe the 3 human rights violations or discriminations you selected and give at least
  99. Critical thinking

    I need to explain how this argument could be constructed as circular, the argument is [W]e may observe, that there is no species of reasoning more common, more useful, and even necessary to human life, than that which is derived from the testimony of men,
  100. Physics

    Is it possible for a human being who has a life expectancy of 70 years to make a round-trip journey to a part of the universe thousands of light-years distant?