Probiotics: Myth or Miracle

APA (edition "APA 6"), Natural science
For Discussion 3.3, you will need to interview 3 persons minimum -I do not want the actual audio or video file of the interviews uploaded on the Discussion 3.3 -Discussion 3.3 Initial Post requires creating and posting 2 different products:-The actual transcript of YOUR podcast, BASED on the results of the interviews, but NOT of the original interview.-Link to your AUDIO file-podcast presentation that follows the above transcript (NOT uploading the audio/video of the actual  Interviews) -The Transcript should be 250 words minimum NOT including References!-----------------------------------Instructions:A.For Discussion 3.3, you will need to interview 3 persons minimum, and each one ask these 4 questions:1. Do you regularly take or use any probiotic supplement products, such as capsules or yogurts, etc.?2. If you do, what health benefit do you think you are…
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sustainability

APA (edition "APA 6"), Natural science
The Sustainability challenge discussed in the paper is : Plastic Pollution The core question that the report needs to answer is: From a scientific perspective, what do we know about the current sustainability challenge of plastic pollution? You need to write a well-researched report to include the following: 1-    An abstract (abstract needs to be a summary of the report) - up to 150 words. 2-    A brief background of the context in which this sustainability challenge exists/evolves. 3-    Identification of key stakeholders affected by this challenge, along with their corresponding perspectives and objectives. 4-    A scholarly literature based multidimensional explanation and analysis of the sustainability challenge and its economic, environmental, and social antecedents/effects. This should be based on scholarly articles/findings.5-    A scholarly literature based explanation and justification of how…
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Environmental impact of Recycling

APA (edition "APA 6"), Natural science
The paper should begin with a concise introductory paragraph that (1) states the problem/issue/topic you have selected (Environmental impact of Recycling) and (2) summarizes your position on the topic, anticipating your conclusion. The remainder of the paper should explain and support your position. That being said, you should not write in the first person, and you should formulate your paper so that the writing and arguments target a professional scientific audience in the broad field of environmental policy and management. - A title page-A reference list (using APA format) with at least seven scholarly sources that have been cited within the text-At least one graph and/or table (using APA format)-In addition, at the conclusion of your paper please include a brief statement reflecting on what you feel you have learned…
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Reflection about the environment

Natural science, Not applicable
My intention with that special note was to encourage a view of "the environment" as always directly available in one form or another...if only we have eyes to see, as the expression goes. And more often than not, we're more embedded in the environment than we realize even when we're in a location that seems entirely human-constructed. (my room)    You can write about a flower that I have planted near my window Elemental parts of our experience: the air that circulates through air conditioners or open windows, the light that comes through a crack by the door, the water that drips from our faucets, the dust collected in a corner by the entrance. And what about the "spirits" Abram describes, those insects that exist at the margin of our vision?…
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Geology / Flooding

APA (edition "APA 6"), Natural science
Support your response with scientific rationale based  from credible sources. Use your own wording and avoid copying and pasting from the internet. Include appropriate in-text citations and list your sources at the end of your posting. Show your analytical understanding of the topic Contain evidence and examples to support your idea(s) ALL references must be accessible and accurate.Discussion Questions1.    A city located on a large river has a history of moderate flooding over its 150-year history. However, the severity and magnitude of flooding has increased dramatically in the past 30 years.2.    Give some possible reasons, both natural and human-induced, as to why such increased flooding might occur? Provide at least three (3) actions to minimize the severity and magnitude of flooding?
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Climate changes and its impact on: Hurricanes (title for upcoming presentation)

APA (edition "APA 6"), Natural science
-Title of your presentation -The topic proposal paragraph should be 4-5 sentences that describe the specific aspect of climate change you will be examining and why you think this is important. -A short list of the causes and results this presentation will examine.  -A short list of efforts underway or proposed to alleviate this issue.  -At least two references in APA style for sources that will be informative in writing your article.
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Declination of the Sun

Natural science, Not applicable
In one page, based on the lecture topic of Earth/Sun relations and your textbook, explain why the shadow length of the tree is different between summer and winter.Trees with shadowsDo not plagiarize.Declination - Angle of the sun in the sky above the horizon.Key terms to include:axial tiltpolarityRemember, our distance does not change, our orientation toward the sun does.Image of sun angle
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write to some environmental “other”

Natural science, Not applicable
Drawing on the reading "Address" as a general model, begin a draft where you write to some environmental "other," a member of the environment or some aspect of our current environmental moment. Use the direct form of address, speaking to an audience you otherwise wouldn't think was possible to bring into conversation. As to how you will address your subject, maybe it will be in the form of a letter (many different types: a love letter or a fundraising letter, e.g.?) or a memo, as the examples from the reading offer, or some other form (an invitation, an order, a request?) that you identify where writing to the audience directly is crucial to the fabric of the text. Do so, as the introduction to Anthropocene Unseen suggests, as a means…
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Astronomy

Natural science, Undergraduate
Answer the following questions using Chapters Chapters 27, 28, and 29 of the textbook found here at this link https://openstax.org/books/astronomy/pages/1-introduction 1.  Quasars look like stars but are also very luminous in the radio portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. In fact, they are luminous in all parts of the spectrum and seem to defy Wien's law. What powers a quasar, and how are they able radiate light across the spectrum? Quasars are very bright, yet we know that they are very far away. How do astronomers know that? What evidence exists that quasars lie at the centers of spiral galaxies?2. What is the evidence that the first stars in the universe were formed during the first 1.5 billion years of its existence? How do the galaxies of the early universe differ…
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Astronomy

Natural science, Undergraduate
Answer the following questions using Chapters 24, 25, and 26 of the text book located at this link: https://openstax.org/books/astronomy/pages/1-introduction 1. How do we use general relativity to find black holes, dark matter, and distant galaxies?2.  Describe the three main parts of the Milky Way galaxy and the types of stars found in each part. Explain where the solar system is located within the Milky Way. How do we know that there is a supermassive black hole in the center of the galaxy? What does the rotation curve and Keplers third law reveal about the galaxy?3. What are the three different types of galaxies? Describe some of the characteristics of each.4. Describe the different types of standard candles (bulbs) and how they can be used to determine the distances to celestial…
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