This article explains exactly what happens to your blood vessels what you have type 2 diabetes. Blood vessels can be damaged by the effects of high blood glucose levels. This can in turn cause damage to organs, such as the heart and eyes.
Thins article details the complications that come with diabetes. Heart disease and large veins are just some of the many problems that result from diabetes. I want to prove how eliminating meat from your diet can lower you’re risk for these things.
This article lists food that you might not know are carcinogenic, or cancer causing. Number one on this list is processed meat. Bacon ham and fish along with other processed meats are grouped as a group one carcinogen which just so happens to be the same group as smoking and plutonium.
I could use this article as a resource when explaining what a carcinogen is. Nobody will understand the severity of what is happening if they don’t get what it is. Carcenogins are cancer causing things and processed meat is one of them.
So far, all of these articles are excellent resources for my paper. This article highlights the benefits of vegetarianism; particularly the diseases it prevents. By cutting meat out of your diet, you are essentially lengthening your life. Processed meat can lead to heart disease, cancer, and type 2 diabetes.
This article says that you can get everything you need from a purely vegetarian diet. All the *unsaturated* fats you need are available in vegetables. It also explains the difference between the benefits of veganism and vegetarianism. Vegan dies travel more fiber and fewer saturated fats.
Afte reading this, even thinking about diabetes is horrifying. The extensive list of bodily complications that result from diabetes is enough to make me never want to eat meat again. Not only your internal body is affected, your external appearance is altered. No thank you!
This article is basically telling what comes with eating processed meats. You are eating or pesticides and hormones which can have a negative effect on your body. I enjoy how that article was right to the point and they used bullet points to convey their main ideas.
I like this article so usè of pictures, they are pleasing to the eye and make the article overall more pleasing to read. (My favorite was the little puffer fish.) I also like how isn’t has the main points in bold and the. Explains them in smaller font below.
I like how this article explores both sides of red meat. It is only informative and isn’t meant to sway the reader in any particular direction. It also gives you almost a compromise between the heath benefits of red meat and the health consequences of eating too much.
This article is just a compilation of random fun facts about Phantom. I love fun facts so this was really interesting for me to read. I thought it was really neat that each person who played phantom had a custom made mask. I also thought it was super cool that there were 150 trap doors in the Majestic Theatre production of Phantom. I don’t know about you, it I love spitting fun facts at people, it makes you seem really smart!
The author lists the reasons how the deeper meaning and character development was lost to the showy stage effects of Las Vegas, Nevada. The Vegas production was consumed by its trade mark flashy lights and glitter. All deeper meaning was lost and the show was only performed at surface level. This evidence is meant to prove that the traditional Broadway version is superior to the abridged Vegas version. I completely agree, Phantom is such a complex show and it can’t just be changed when performed.
This piece of evidence is used to help depict the sheer enormousness of th popularity of The Phantom of the Opera. The result of this is the realization of how important and prominent The Phantom of the Opera is in the theatre world. It is said that PhNtom has grossed 6 billion dollars world wide. That’s completely crazy, imagine being as genius as Andrew Lloyd Webber. It only has he written Phantom he also wrote Cats, another one of Broadway’s longest running shows.
The article resells the plot of the book, The Phantom of the Opera in order to show why people were so intrigued. Phantom is the longest running broadway show, alongside Cats. (Another Andrew Lloyd Webber classic). People are always drawn to mysterious things, we all have to desire to be in that know of things. The creepy vibe the story gives off is what draws people to it, which results in the prominence of the show today.
The evidence is comparing Andrew Lloyd Webber’s music to renowned composer, George Frideric Handel’s. The evidence supports the claim that both composer’s music should be viewed as being on the same level of successfulness. Andrew Lloyd Webber is just as talented as Handel.The author uses Handel's name as a form of ethos, in order to establish him knowledge about the subject of classical composers and making it seem that he knows what he’s talking about. I completely agree with him though, Andrew Lloyd Webber is a genius and deserves to be recognized as one.
I absolutely disagree with everything about this ranking of The Phantom of the Opera soundtrack. The song they have last would have been one of my first choices. Magical Lasso is really important in defining the personality of the Phantoms character. It establishes his eeriness and ghost-like tendencies. he is just a human, but the entire cause of he Opera Populaire regards him as a ghost. If you aren't careful he will catch you with his magical lasso.
I have always been interested in fun facts, history is fun in snippets but not as a class. Apparently there isn't any scientific reason for having seven days in a week like we do for months and years. The ancient Babylonians just decided that they wanted seven days and I guess we just stuck with it. The days of the week were actually named by the Romans, mostly after their Gods. I think the most interesting on is that Thursday is named after Thor, the god of thunder aka Zues.
I love these articles that are just so blunt with their titles, they are super interesting. This article basically says that in the Bible, God created the universe to be human-centered, yet the universe we live in is anything but that. Earth and humans are pretty much irrelevant in the scheme if things. We have existed and take up a smaller than minuscule fraction of the universe. The author claims that these inconsistencies just prove the fact that god doesnt exist. Its the simplest answer and it seems like pretty sound logic to me. Did God create humans, or did we create him?
This article is just a compilation of funny comics about god. It takes bible verses and scenarios and exadgerates them. Personally, i didnt find them hilarious, but they were cute. I think my favorite one was where God put a pillow on the ground in order to remember something. Then he come bursting through the sky to stop Abraham from killing his son.
I love how the title of this article is so plainly controversial, it really draws people in. I actually agree with the author, the death pentalty is a waste of the US governments time and money. Many people believe in the death sentence because they say that they don’t want prisoners to be using taxpayers dollars. In reality, more money is being used for the numerous years of trials that the person on death row must go to. Also, if that person were to be released, it would be a total wast of money.
Again, I love imagining the future, plus timelines are a fun visual way to read information. The article says how that compared to the earth, our existence is just a mere speck in the timeline - there was so much before us and there will be even more after we die. Notable events include: 100,000 years - constaketions become unrecognizable because the Earth has moved so much none of the stars are in the same position. 250 million years - continents merger to form another super continent called Pangea ultima. 1 billion years - earths oceans begin to evaporate due to the rising temperature of the sun. 5 billion years - milkdromeada is born when the andromeda galaxy and the Milky Way galaxy collide. 6 billion years -our solar system dies. After the sun dies, remaining planets will either create a new orbit around the white spdwarf from the exploded sun or will be flung into space.
Black holes really freak me out but they are also very intriguing. You can never really know what’s on the other side, just imagine. Of course nobody has ever survived a trip into a black hole because supposedly they rip you to shreds because it basically just a point In space where gravity is so strong light can’t even escape. But it could also be a portal to another dimension, it’s debatable. But if you want to be dcientific, black holes are invisible because tank light can escape it, the only whay they can be detected is from surrounding matter being sucked in (which create X-rays visible firm earth) The largest black holes are called supermassive. These black holes have masses that are more than 1 million suns together. Scientists have found proof that every large galaxy contains a supermassive black hole at its center
This article seemed interesting to me because I enjoy imagining what is to come in the future, anything is possible. The article lists the four basic needs for human survival when on Mars: Oxygen, Water, Warmth, and Food. The thin atmosphere on mars will result in a space ship picking up too much speed while landing so NASA has begun researching new methods of landing and also building a decelerator. Instead of sending oxygen to mars, scientist plan to move earth plants so that they can produce oxygen. As for water, there is plenty of ice on Mars that, if melted, can be used as drinking water. Mars is considerably colder than the earth but it can be warmed up by greenhouse gases.
I I learned form this article that ancient Egyptian influenced our modern day ways of life. The Egyptians practically invented math, they calculated the area of thier land in order to build, they later passed their knowledge down to the Greeks. Their hyroglyphics have been transformed into our modern day numbers. The Egyptians also invented bowling, I don’t know how it lasted this long, bowling is a terrible waste of time. Egyptian style ha been showcased i todays times as well such as : long flowing dresses, blunt bobs, and indeed eyeliner. They also invented toothpaste (thank god for that).
Honestly, to be honest, Michael Scott drew me to this article. Let’s be real here, anyone who dares to use Steve Carell’s picture and writes a trash article doesn’t need to be in the media industry. But it was a relatively interesting article. I don’t find myself to be a funny person and i do onften try too hard. Maybe is I stop trying so hard I will turn out to be naturally funny..... probably not though.
What drew me to this infographic was the topic, I am very interested in Broadway musical and I would love to write about a show. I am thinking about The Phantom of the Opera. I love the visual aspects of this infographic and I would like to include pictures like this in my essay. I see from this that The Phantom of the Opera is the longest running Broadway show, that is she interesting information that I could use in my introduction. Id also like to arrange my essay in a list.
In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth. Then he made light, and so on and so on. On the sixth day, God said “Let there be memes” and there were memes. And God saw everything that he made and, behold, it was very good. To me, memes have always been a thing, I don’t remember a time before memes. We all know that memes haven’t always been around, but where I’d they come from? It turns out that a biologist named Richard Dawkins coined the term. He wrote a book called The Selfish Gene about a gene which he called a repplicator. (something that perpetuates itself by replicating). He wanted to prove that this concept also applied to ideas. He believed that ideas were replicators and they jumped from mind to mind. He also listed the components of a successful meme: Longevity - how memorable that meme is Fidelity - how well the idea passes from mind to mind unchanged Fecundity - how many copies of itself a replicator is capable of making.
My mind has never been more blown, there are actual rods for the feelings we have but can’t explain. I found this website and i kind of went a little crazy. These are some of my favorites: Mimeomia: The frustration of knowing how easily you fit into a stereotype, even if you never intended to, or if unfair, or if everyone else feels the same way. Catoptric Tristesse: The sadness that you’ll never really know what other people think of you – good, bad, or at all. Jouska: A hypothetical conversation that you compulsively play out in your head Enouement: The bittersweetness of having arrived in the future, seeing how things turned out, but not being able to tell your past self. Sonder: The realization that each passerby has a life as vivid and complex as your own. This is one of my favorite articles that I’ve read so far. Also like the list format... again. :)
Again, I love lists! Now I’m starting to rethink my topic though, I’m realizeing that there isn’t that much to talk about. I think i might choose a broadway soundtrack and rank the songs. I might do Phantom, after all those songs are the freshest in my memory.
What drew me to this article is the fact that I love lists. Anything that is organized and has visual aids, I’m there for it. The bright colors caught my attention as well as the “33” in the title. I would like my paper to also be and an organized, list type order. Perhaps like a thesaurus or a dictionary.