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    Much Ado About Nothing: Act 2. Sc. 3 Lines 56-65.

    From reading lines of Beatrice, I learned that my voice could speak her lines in so many different tone patterns. Changing where my inflections happened in the

    Breathe Life into Shakespeare

    https://www.youthvoices.live/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Sh3@.m4a Much Ado About Nothing: Act 2. Sc. 3 Lines 56-65. From reading lines of Beatrice, I learned that my voice could speak her lines in so many different tone patterns. Changing where my inflections happened in the passage was a...

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    Desdemona

    1.3.208-218

     

    My noble father,

    I do perceive here a divided duty:

    To you I am bound for life and education;

    My life and education both do learn me

    How to respect you; you are the lord of duty;

    I

    Othello: Two Passage Analysis

    Desdemona 1.3.208-218   My noble father, I do perceive here a divided duty: To you I am bound for life and education; My life and education both do learn me How to respect you; you are the lord of duty; I am hitherto your daughter: but here's...

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  • Hello Jaime! I do believe that the body finds a way to heal itself sometimes, but not all sickness are bearable to set aside. People with alzheimer’s can’t simply live life to the fullest, some are so far gone that they can’t live their life in order, they get confused and their memory gets shuffled sometimes. From this website, htt…Read More

  • Hello Erica! I thought it was really interesting when you brought up “features of the physical environment affect people’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.” I never considered that this could shape someone, but I am not surprised that someone’s surroundings could impact the way people behave. I found in this source something like you were ta…Read More

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    The definition of human genetic modification is, “the direct manipulation of the genome using molecular engineering techniques.” There are several technologies that have advanced the science of genetic eng

    Genetic Engineering

    The definition of human genetic modification is, “the direct manipulation of the genome using molecular engineering techniques.” There are several technologies that have advanced the science of genetic engineering to the point that this is now possible and occurring...

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    • Angelica, I have been super interested with Genetic modification recently and your post brought up some great issues with its implications. I believe this is the largest ethical dilemma we are facing currently. Do we potentially save millions of lives from diseases or do we potentially irreversibly change the entire human race unpredictably. There are so many variable that cannot be accounted for when modifying genes and you brought up the great point that this will not only change people currently, but it will also permanently alter our offspring and potentially cause some traits to go extinct. I like how you mention that the future could be filled with “perfect” people and this is terrifying. This is very scary science and we are beginning to battle with evolution which we will most likely not win against. Will we make some fatal flaw that will come back to bite us in the future? Here is a site that I think you might find interesting.
      https://www.ucsusa.org/food_and_agriculture/our-failing-food-system/genetic-engineering/risks-of-genetic-engineering.html#.WpzH2LaZMUs

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