A long time ago, before Gods ruled the earth, humans had four legs and two heads. Humans were so powerful that the God’s did not mess with the two headed humans. All the humans were created with a girl half and a boy half. The girl half was very feminine with long beautiful locks of golden hair with ivory skin and eyes as blue as Poseidon’s ocean. The masculine side had a muscular physique like that of an Adonis his rough but kind face was the envy of all. The humans were so fast, strong, beautiful and extremely smart the Gods did not have enough power to control them. The Gods would gaze at them with amazement for their exquisite beauty. Their ability to hunt was twice as great as the Roman Goddess, Diana. They were fearless and thrived on mischievous deeds. One of the humans named Makenzie, had a beautiful girl face and a masculine boy head. Makenzie decided to play a trick on Zeus, the God of lightening, for he could never catch the two headed human. Makenzie’s plan was to lure Zeus into a deep dark hole, because it did not like Zeus, for he might take the humans powers. Makenzie told Zeus, “If you can catch us you can punish us any way you want in the most horrible ways.” Makenzie ran as fast as possible while Zeus chased after it; Makenzie jumped high over the enormous hole, but Zeus carelessly fell into Makenzie’s deceptive trap. Zeus yelled, “We will get you Makenzie.” Makenzie laughed with an evil snare for the human knew no one could hurt them. The Gods called a special meeting at Mount Olympus to discuss Makenzie and the other uncontrollable humans. All the Gods were fed up with Makenzie’s devilish pranks. The Gods asked Athena, goddess of wisdom, to come up with a plan to punish Makenzie and have the humans’ powers reduced to be less than that of…
at a hotel on base. Do you know how long you're going to stay there and hang out?
* Im going up the night before then his graduation. I need his schedule to make plans.
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* have a letter to mail out to Alex do you have his address? Can I get it from you? Did he get his schedule yet for events on graduation day and for when he needs to report? Let me know if you can. THanks a lot.
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Fossils also show how the body structure of individuals within certain groups changed over time, and these changes can often be more confidently related to environmental influence to which these organisms became more efficiently adapted.
A prime example of this is shown in the development of the horse, and especially the bones of the foot. The earliest ancestors of modern horses dated about 60 million years ago. The Eohippus was only 0.4 metres tall. With a relatively short head and neck and a springy…
AP WORLD HISTORY OUT OF AFRICA SECTION 1 ESSAY:
Humans started migrating into the Middle East around 40,000 years ago
the best evidence of early European settlement comes from southern France and northern Spain, settlers in northern Europe were pushed southward into warmer areas around 20,000 years ago. developed new hunting habits, new hunting technologies. The earliest Europeans left hundreds of cave paintings: depictions of animals and humans and abstract design…
I. The term “Cambrian” refers to a significant period in the history of life on earth, the Cambrian, occurring from 540/505 million years ago, is the first period of the Palaeozoic Era on the geological time scale. The Cambrian Period is characterized by desert land areas, warm seas, and rapid early diversification of marine life resulting in the rise of almost all modern animal phyla.
II. The terms “Cambrian Explosion”/”Cambrian Boom” are adopted by fossils records because of a…
About 200,000 years ago to present
• About: during a time of dramatic climate change 200,000 years ago, homo sapiens evolved in Africa. It is known that homo sapiens gathered together to hunt for food and survive. Scientists use the term “anatomically modern homo sapiens” to refer to people of our own species who lived during the prehistoric times.
• Nickname: Handy man
• Where lived: eastern and southern africa
• When lived: 2.4 million to 1.4 million years ago
• About: the homo…
tectonic plates, and organisms are constantly evolving as time goes on. 4.6 billion years is a very long period of time to study in-depth and it would be too confusing to organize all the events in earth’s geological and biological history into one division of time, so scientist have split them up in order to better organize and understand how earth was like at particular periods of time.
We’ll start at the beginning, 4.6 billion years ago, at the beginning of the Hadean Eon. The inspiration for…
New York Times Article: Space Project
NASA’s resilient rover named Opportunity is still on the moon after it landed a decade ago. It has gone through many brutal environments (ferocious dust storms) and technical issue such as hardware malfunction and computer glitches. Obama’s administration baseline budget proposal for fiscal 2015 has lowered the budget of Opportunity and Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter to zero. During this spring, these old robot will undergo a review along with five others (Mars…
million years ago, Orrorin tugenensis 6.1 through 5.8 million years ago, Ardipithecus kadabba 5.8 through 5.5 million years ago, Ardipithecus ramidus 4.4 through 4.2 million years ago, Australopithecus anamensis 4.2 through 3.8 million years ago, Australopithecus afarensis 3.8 through 2.7 million years ago, Kenyanthropus platyops 3.5 through 3.2 million years ago, Australopithecus africanus 3.0 through 2.4 million years ago, Paranthropus aethiopicus 2.7 through 1.9 million years ago, Australopithecus…
was extinct almost 300 years ago, I am highly skeptical how Calvaria major is still existing today because the tree should be also extinct too during 300 years. Therefore, he needs to provide the average life span of the tree that is enough for Calvaria major so that he proves the dodo is the strong factor that influences the germination of the tree. Otherwise, it is impossible to explain how the tree is still extant today, which should have been extinct long times ago.
5. Treatment is that based…
The Yellowstone caldera is a volcano in the Yellowstone national park USA. It is a super volcano. This case study should contain a descriptive detail about how it was formed, the short term and long term effects of it and what type of volcano it is.
Yellowstone, lies over a hotspot where light, hot, molten mantle rock rises towards the surface. While the Yellowstone hotspot is now under the Yellowstone Plateau, it previously helped create the eastern Snake River Plain (to…