Bilger in his essay “The Last Meow” in the New Yorker, he explained what people would do to keep their pets or make them live longer than they should. Based upon Bilger's statement, “Clearly our love affair with our pets has gotten out of hand.” I partly agree and partly disagree that you should only go so far for your pet. How far would you go for your pet?
My task for the essay is to investigate how scientific knowledge and understanding of heat transfers impacted the world. I will be using the guidance questions that were mentioned on my task sheet about how the knowledge of heat transfers are used in our day to day life, how the knowledge of heat transfers help people living in extreme climatic conditions survive and lastly I will be describing the relationship between colour of clothing and heat transfer. When you wear anything black the material
In Life of Pi, by Yann Martel, A young indian boy is stuck on a small lifeboat with a 450-pound bengal tiger. In the middle of the Pacific Ocean along with one of the top hunters in the animal kingdom, fear often lingers in Pi’s mind. Pi reflects how fear affects the mind and body. He says, “Fear which is but an impression, has triumphed over you. The matter is difficult to put into words. For fear, real fear, such as shakes you to your foundation, such as you feel when you are brought face to face
includes: Ozone, acid rain, photochemical smog, nitrogen dioxide, sulphuric acid, these are discussed in the essay. The essay made use of material in the Open Educational Resources (OERs). The OERs are defined as any educational material found in the public domain which allows any use to freely copy, share adapt and reshape. This includes: lecturer notes, assignments, videos, textbooks. Thus this essay was written after consultation of various sources. Different secondary pollutants were identified,