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Assignment 4: Draft Ebook and paper book, which is more sustainable?

Topic: Nowadays, the world is centered around technology and it has made people’s lives more convenient. However, does technology really come at no cost? When the disadvantages seem to be invisible, it does not mean that they don’t exist. Paper books and … Continue reading

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Assignment 3: Climate Impacts on Water Resources Rough Draft

First Paragraph: Severe weather changes would be resulted by Global Warming. As temperature increases, water resources are especially affected. Droughts, melted glacial ice, declining sea levels are all consequences. Human activities are also affected and eventually the balance between climate, energy … Continue reading

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Bibliography 3: Climate Impacts on Water Resources

Topic: Severe weather changes would be resulted by Global Warming. As temperature increases, water resources are especially affected. Droughts, melted glacial ice, declining sea levels are all consequences. Human activities are also affected and eventually the balance between climate, energy and … Continue reading

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Read and Respond Assignment 1

This article has a very strong argument. Everyone is taught to do things that protect our environment and one way to do that is to recycle every single thing that we toss away. The rational behind this is that you … Continue reading

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Assignment 2: Personal Energy Audit

Have you looked up each items on your monthly electric bills and really think about the energy uses? Have you ever care about what percentage of the energy consumption is actually wasteful and unnecessary? Being able to read the electric … Continue reading

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Bibliography 2 — Zhiyue Wang

Topic: By doing a personal “energy audit”, I’m able to see how much energy I’m using daily and what are some aspects of the energy use are inefficient. Audience: Me myself and people around me who can consider to cut … Continue reading

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Assignment 1– The Kariba Dam

Things built against nature will always have consequences. As the world’s largest artificial dam, the Kariba Dam in Zambia faces great danger. The erosion of the rock has been wearing away the dam’s foundation. The climate changes which would lead to … Continue reading

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Math Test

\(x^3-3x^2-10x=0\) \((1+r)^n\) \((5.7\times10^{-8})\times(1.6\times10^{12})=9.12×10^4\) \(\pi{L}(1-\alpha){R^2}=4\pi\sigma{T^4}{R^2}\) \[12\text{km}\times\frac{0.6\text{mile}}{{1}\text{km}}\approx7.2\text{mile}\] \(4,173,445,346.50\approx4,200,000,000=4.2\times10^9\) \[50\text{m}\times\frac{3.4\times10^6\text{kg}}{1\text{sec}}\times\frac{10\text{J}}{1\text{kg}\cdot1\text{m}}=1.7\text{ GW}\] \(\$5,000\times(1+0.012)^{30}\approx\$7,150\)

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Assignment 1: Zhiyue Wang

Intro: Things built against nature will always have consequences. As the world’s largest artificial dam, the Kariba Dam in Zambia faces great danger. The erosion of the rock has been wearing away the dam’s foundation. The climate changes which would lead … Continue reading

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Introductory Post: Zhiyue Wang

Hi everyone! My name is Zhiyue Wang and I go by Joanna (that makes it easier). I’m currently a junior and I’m majoring in psychology with a business option. But most of my classes are about cognitive and social psych. … Continue reading

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