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“Flowers for Algernon”

This paper discusses the idea of intelligence operations as carried out in Daniel Keyes, “Flowers for Algernon” Medical operations are carried out everyday, but for some, an operation can change a person’s life. One experiment was done on a mentally retarded person to try to raise his intelligence. The experiment worked, but after months, the […]

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Academic Goals to Achieve at UPOX

A successful company has good strategies and its mode of marketing. I believe the way we achieve our academic goals is similar as the way a company runs. We have strength, weakness, opportunities, and threats; a system for examining the way a company runs or the way someone works, to see what the good and […]

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Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence in My Life

The Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence, in my opinion, is the one intelligence I’m using more often than others. Since I woke up, I use this intelligence every time I move. As an athlete I practice my Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence every time I play soccer or swim. I also use this intelligence in my daily routine. Everything from my […]

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Evolution of primate intelligence

There has been significant effort to elucidate the evolutionary history of the hominoid species over the last five decades. Several approaches have identified a number of selective pressures that have triggered primate speciation over approximately 65 million years (my). One traditional approach is macroevolution, which explains phylogeny through comparative anatomy, fossil records, brain size, gestation […]

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