According to this website, vitamins do actually work towards one's heath. The reason for me googling this: my mom forces me to take vitamins, but I believe these vitamins are placebo. I believe this because how can one vitamin a day keep me from getting sick forever. I was trying to find sources to help me prove my point, but this proved the opposite. I liked the number of statistics and facts used, but I also liked how care free the article was.
This is the whole PDF needed for my chemistry project last week. This is a PDF of an entire novel, but I only needed to read one chapter. The link for downloading worked really well being that I developed no "bots" from the download. The PDF was in nice condition also. I definitely would use this website again for a not so legal way of getting an entire book.
When one goes through life severely nauseous all the time, one needs relief at some point. That's where the tale of Ginger Ale is put to the fact or fiction test. According to this article, it is very clear the that the author believes that Ginger Ale can cure nausea. I also have to second them on their opinion.
"Icky Thump" is a song by The White Stripes that is one of my favorite bops right now. Originally released in 2007, I have recently rediscovered this song. Over 11 years later, it is still wildly popular amongst the alternative community of music listeners. I googled why that is and I found this article. They reviewed the song with vigorous detail and made it sound as great as I think it is. Overall, a quality source.
I am obsessed with having the best future possible for myself. I hope to get into a spectacular college and get a BA in psychology (hopefully a masters at some point). This article helps me learn how to be better at seeming like a good candidate for colleges to want. I liked the content, though it was a little hard to follow at times.
This article is a very friendly article. It shows how many millennials own a LOT of makeup. Over 36% own more than 10 lipsticks. I like how easy going this article is. The article is also filled with dozens of statistics, though the ads were uber annoying.
This article addresses why exactly Millennials love makeup (as a form of expression). The title of this article made me low-key pretty angered because it seems like it's dissing Millennials for enjoying makeup, but it was made up for during the explanation. It details how makeup is a form of expression for individuality. A quote I could use is "the millennial obsession with makeup stems from our generation’s focus on individuality and self-expression."
I recently dyed my hair green and my previous dry hair shampoo would fade my color. This list helped me narrow down the potential thousand dry hair shampoos on the market. I liked how easy it was, and the detail used to describe each product.
I saw "Infinity War" and it was WILD. *SPOILER* SpiderMan dies and it is so heartbreaking. Every other character died quickly, but his was prolonged and I didn't know why. Apparently, his "Spidey Senses" allowed him to feel the dissolving come along quickly. It was so heartbreaking and I started sobbing.
Sometimes when I don't understand the latest memes I have to google them. This meme is about the "hilarious" mistake of doing something embarrassing. Memes help gen z cope quite often.
For my project I planned on making a makeup palette. Unfortunately, this isn't a palette; it's a box. This article still opens my mind up to the possibilities of creating something cool for this project. I like the instructions; they're simple.
One night I was having a rough time trying to sleep so I googled this article which actually gave me some pretty useful tips on how to fall asleep. I like how the author seemed to know fairly well what she was talking about. Some of the ideas they gave out were pretty ambitious, but they spoke in a very nonjudgemental way which was appreciated. The way they wrote was also very easy to understand. Overall this was a pretty quality article.
Famous female rapper, Cardi B, recently debuted her latest album. Many other famous rappers debut in it too. It's already reached the top charts, and this article persuades you to listen to it. I have to say, I personally found it worth the listening. I like how this article didn't seem to tear her down at all. It was nice to see support for her.
**THE COVER PHOTO IS BEAUTIFUL** This article gives insight as to why everything mythical and shiny gives Millennials a spark when it comes to the beauty industry. The author began the journey into figuring out the trend by watching YouTube videos on the subject. I like how the author's writing style was very informal. I also really appreciate how informative it was to the beginning of this era.
This source- the web page specifically -lists all the bands to play Saturday for Festival International. I used the whole website to research times and dates, but this is the page I most visited while browsing. The lineup is interesting, and I like the charts and format they chose. It was super helpful and easy to understand.
This does not have to do with my topic, but it was something I was reading this week. I play chess almost every single day, and I've gotten advice from multiple people that if your openings aren't good, then you won't be good. Keeping that in mind, I researched some good ways to open on chess. I learned quite a few from this article, though it was UBER difficult to understand at times.
This is probably my favorite link. I love all the pictures in it and how the article is super easy to understand. The personal experiences of this girl really help drive her point to the reader.
This source talks about how exactly Millennials have shaped the makeup industry. I like how the author writes in this one, and opens her article with a somewhat personal experience in the stores. This helps me get some facts as to generally how the generation has changed everything (arguably for the better).
This source talks about the makeup industry and how millennial have affected it. I like how it gives light to the new generation, which all the "baby boomers" seem to trash nowadays. This helps me get a statistical standpoint on my topic.
This article is a more "topic oriented" approach to the last article I selected. The article helps with the whole "accuracy" approach to the show in correlation to real life crimes. I was instantly hooked by this piece of writing because of how well it fit my potential topic. Because of this article, I would like to continue to read about the accuracy of specific episodes in correlation to real life crimes. I'd also like to find a real life crime example to compare and contrast with.
This article makes me wonder if the murders in Criminal Minds are accurate to that of real life. Based on this article, I might write about how Ben's crime is inaccurate to actual crimes of similar nature. The most interesting elements of this writing are the fact that they aren't really too accurate to real life. Because of this article, I would like to continue to read about more specifics on how crime shows (Criminal Minds in particular) are accurate to real life. The credibility of this source is great because it came from a University.
At this point I needed cheering up because all of these articles are really depressing, so I found a story that loosely correlates to my topic: Chance, the retired arson dog. This good boy worked for six and a half years at the Philadelphia Fire Department. He sniffed out hundreds of fire accelerants throughout his years, which saved hundreds of lives. Dogs like Chance are used to aid in many arson experiences, even manmade ones. This article made me happy and helped me find a cute way for fires to be stopped/prevented.
The reason I selected this articles is because it gives a good insight into personally understanding this topic. It interests me how this works. It could also be used to provide detail into the actuality of the disease (the fact that it is real because some people still don't believe it's a thing). The article itself was really cool to read, and it semi-had to do with my topic. This article helped me understand how it could work.
This is SPOT ON to what I needed. It's an interactive source so it has videos and a presentation along with an article describing everything. This is one really juicy source because it describes the correlation between the two phenomenally. Based on this article, I could write about the direct link that the two factors share in making a potential serial killer.
This article is actually one of the solidest ones I think I'm going to find. It talks about arsenics and mental issues and how they can go hand-in-hand. I haven't read the whole thing yet because it is VERY long, but from what I have read (a good chunk) it's quite helpful. This article makes me want to further understand how the two go hand-in-hand, and look up more sources to find that out. I’m also curious about how they work together too.
Alright so this website basically discusses all the Criminal Minds (TM) episodes in detail. I'm choosing to include this article because this is exactly the episode I'm relating to actual schizophrenic killers. This article basically helps me get the facts I need for the actual character I'm writing about. It discusses his condition, symptoms, and the murders his character commits in great detail. It, again, helps me gather the facts needed for the whole basis of the paper.
Alright so this text basically sums up the dude I'm writing about. It's not by any means a scholarly article, but I like how thorough her assessment is. A sentence I'd like to mimic is "Ben's murders, all of which were extremely violent and random, were committed by a group of thrill killers [in his head], instead of just one severely psychotic individual." I was instantly hooked by this piece of writing because of the level of vivid detail the author (again not a strong source) shows about the topic. Their arguments are amazing for what I'm trying to argue.
This is the first introduction to a schizophrenic person in the entire TV show. His behavior can be used to support how Ben's (the guy who I'm writing about) character is related to the other schizos in the show. The video shows how the characters tend to be more socially compromised than not. Because of this video, I would like to continue to finding info about how the episodes compare with each other. This is just something to strengthen my argument, worse comes to worse.