This description must provide ample detail to show knowledge of experimental design and should list the independent and dependent variables, as well as your control. Answer = = I had a 30 gallon fish tank, I plugged the pump in for the fish to get oxygen and it stopped working a half hour later. Another 30 minutes goes by after the pump failed and fish begun to die because of dissolving oxygen. Independent-dissolving oxygen, Dependent-fish. No control-because the pump was never turned back on and without the pump I cannot control the fish dying and it stopped working a half hour later.
No matter how many ways one may try to justify it, there is no way to excuse it. In Michael Bruce’s “Gentlemen, Your Verdict,” Lieutenant-Commander Oram caused the deaths of fifteen people; the decision was not justifiable; he was not qualified to make it, and it was indistinguishable from murder both from a moral and legal standpoint. No matter what people might say about the extenuating circumstances of the situation, one must examine the facts: Lieutenant Oram poisoned fifteen innocent people. It doesn’t matter what way that is looked at, it will always be murder and there is no way for that to be
Heavy winds and unfavorable currents blew landing craft off course, away from the protection of destroyer artillery. The beach's obstacles were not easily removed. Engineers in the 6th Engineer Brigade suffered nearly 40% casualties, the majority in the first half hour of the attack. Of 16 bulldozers brought to the beach, only one was used effectively. Of six paths that were made with the bulldozers, only one could be used.
From the red boutonniere blossoming on the left pocket of his blue workshirt there spurted a thin fan of bright arterial blood. He dropped to his knees and pitched forward dead into the arms of the enemy." (pg 201) This shows the repercussions of the violence that most cowboy lore ignore. The boy who attacked John Grady did not die in a fit of smoke and bloodless. It did not show a calm death, just cast aside as one of the countless deaths.
Rescue will not arrive for seven days. There is enough oxygen to last twenty men less than three days. But the same oxygen will keep five men alive for the seven days until rescue. . , You are the captain.
Less than 25 percent of the average daily population of sentenced offenders is incarcerated; the majority are supervised in the community. For the past 20 years, Connecticut's prisons have operated at or over capacity despite the addition of thousands of new beds since 1990 and a steady 10-year decrease in crime and arrest rates. Department of Correction lacks both a sufficient number of beds to house total inmate population and an adequate system of high security beds to manage high-risk population. Correctional system is hampered by inaccurate population projections and lack of a needs analysis of total offender population, but in particular of the inmate population. The number of inmates released early from prison to community supervision or parole has dramatically decreased.
The preparation in Haiti, however, was non-existent. No action was taken following the prediction by US scientists, and the strongest building in the city were the oldest, due to the more modern buildings having been very badly constructed. If the buildings had been better constructed, such as in California, then fewer would have fallen and the effects, both economically and in terms of death count, would have been reduced. The response in Haiti was similarly poor. Due to the fallen building and poor infrastructure, aid was not able to reach Haiti for almost a week.
The man that O’Brian killed had many many facial wounds, and was badly disfigured because of a grenade that was thrown at him. O’Brian spends a lot of time observing the body of the man that he killed. He pictured his family, his parents and what they did for a living. He is overcome with guilt after killing this man. O’Brian’s platoon mates try to get him to talk about what he had done, but O’Brian does not respond to them.
He was told that he doesn’t “belong in jail” (38). He realizes that he had done something terrible and that things will probably never be like they used to, and he was right. The death of the man was uncontrollable by Roy. The man tried to get away but it seems as if it was his time to die. The “whole cut buckled”(35) which made the “hobo” (35) lose his “balance just when he hit the gravel, and he fell backwards underneath” (35).
Some can’t help but wonder if it is indeed god’s “will that a child should suffer and its soul be dammed for a little blemish of the body” (Wyndham). But none of them see that “nobody, nobody, really knows what is the true image” (Wyndham). In V for Vendetta people are also killed for their physical appearances but also are denied every freedom that could be found in a normal society. “They take your parents, they take your brother from you, they take everything they can, accept your life” (McTeigue). Political activists are killed, anyone who attempts freedom or has an idea is killed or they “die defending [it]” (McTeigue).