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Whatever means of communication you use, you will be imagining and explaining your ideal system
of criminal law. This is about YOUR ideas and is meant to be a creative assignment where you can
play with some ideas.

You will:

 Give a general overview of the priorities of the criminal law system.
o Where does the authority to design and enforce your system of criminal law come
from? Are there checks and balances to the design of your law? How do you ensure
power is not going to be abused? What are the goals of your criminal law system?
Why? What constitutes justice under your system?
o You should point out where this is similar and dissimilar to the US’s current system
of criminal law and explain your reasoning.
 Discuss the basic premises of your criminal law.
o What is the goal of your criminal law system? What are some things that you are
going to criminalize? What are things you are not going to criminalize? Who is the
victim in your system? What is the role of individuals/communities/institutions?
What are acceptable defenses against criminal prosecution (if prosecution is the
model you are adopting)?
 Focus in on one area of difference between US’s current criminal law and your system,
explaining the differences, why they are different, and why your approach is superior.
o You can choose any area of law to re-imagine: drug crimes, purposes of punishment,
crimes against the public, crimes against persons, sex crimes, environmental crimes,
wage theft, anything.
NOTE: If you use the writing center to review a draft of this assignment, and include the
rough draft, comments from the writing center, and your final draft, I will automatically
curve your paper up by one-third letter grade (i.e. if I was going to give you a B, you would
be curved up to a B+; if I was going to give you a B+, you would be curved up to an A-).
Also: You do not NEED to include any particular number of references, but when do make
reference to citable information, please cite appropriately using APA or Chicago citation style (for
both in-text AND reference list).

Paper Guidelines
 5-7 pages, double-spaced, no spaces between paragraphs.
 1” margins
 Use Times New Roman 12pt or similar
 Submitted in a .docx, .rtf, or .pdf format

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NOTE

1) IT HAVE TO BE WRITTEN IN FIRST PERSON.

2) IT must HAVE spelling mistakes ( not comma, missing period and misspelling words)

3) ESSAY NEED TO BE IN MLA documentation


In paragraph 13 of “The World House,” a chapter from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s book, Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community?, he states that we are all interdependent. This echoes the ideas of Dr. Mary Catherine Bateson (“Prologue,” Composing a Further Life: The Age of Active Wisdom) as well as Dr. Michael Ben-Eli (“Sustainability: The Five Core Principles—A New Framework”).

In paragraph 14, Rev. Dr. King also states that “all life is interrelated.” The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (rights) and the Earth Charter (responsibilities) also reinforced the concept that we are all connected.

As you create this final paper, consider not only what Dr. King has written but, also, other readings from the semester as you write, proofread, and edit your final discussion. Feel free to refer to any readings from this semester in your discussion.

Directions

  1. Give your discussion a title that reflects what you have written. Do not write your title until after you have written your discussion. Do not use The World House as a title for your discussion. Your titles should not be in bold, quotation marks, or italics.
  2. Be specific. The minimum word count is approximately 200 words. Points will be deducted for submissions where the discussion is too short.
  3. Make multiple paragraphs. Do not write one long paragraph.
  4. When you quote, make sure to place the end period or comma inside the end quotation mark, not after it.
  5. Correct your comma splices.
  6. PROOFREAD AND EDIT carefully: this means more than once.


Write an essay in which you discuss the following concepts.

How can we as individuals and as a society work to avoid chaos to create community? Discuss challenges and solutions? Please be specific.

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  1. YOU MUST ANSWER THIS FIRST (10 points, mandatory). In the film Hot Planet, Cold Comfortmany of the changes scientists have been seeing in the last few decades are related to climate change. Describe the main themes of the film. Say what the scientists were measuring and how (i.e., describe the techniques that they used). Say what changes are being seen in the water cycle and how glaciers have been contributing to freshening of northern seas. Discuss the possibility of abrupt climate cooling in the climate of the North Atlantic and Europe in the next 150 years with reference to the ocean thermohaline circulation system. Say why this cooling (and other bout of cold weather is consistent with a planet that is warming overall.

THEN CHOOSE A COMBINATION FROM THESE TOTALING 10 POINTS:

  1. (5 points). The Cryosphere: Summarize what scientists using measurements made by orbiting satellites, aircraft, and on the ground tell us about how and why the different parts of the cryosphere are changing (and why they care).
  2. (5 points) Winds and Deserts: Describe what factors determine planetary scale flows of air (“winds”). Describe the locations and characteristics of deserts and explain why they are located where they are. Could human-accelerated warming change the extent of deserts, and if so, how?
  3. (5 points) Water, Climate, and Weather: (i) How is water (in solid, liquid, and gas phases) important for Earth’s climate? (ii) What role does water vapor play in severe weather events such as tropical storms such as hurricanes and typhoons? (iii) What is the effect of global warming on the hydrologic cycle and what are the implications for drought, flooding, and agriculture?
  4. (5 points) Water, Climate, Weather, the Ocean, New Jersey: Write a short essay entitled “Impacts of Climate Change on the Jersey Shore”. Also explain why many scientists now think that the dramatic reduction in the extent of seasonal Arctic sea ice over the last 40 years can affect the weather in New Jersey (and how it can affect our weather).
  5. (5 points) The Ocean: Discuss the state of the world’s oceans, including a list of major threats. Discuss the causes and effects of ocean acidification and temperature changes and their implications for coral reefs. Are these threats likely to become more or less problematic – and why? In your answer explain why coral reefs are so important to humanity; why would it be so hard for us to simply say “So long – and thanks for all the fish”?
  6. (5 points) The Ocean: Explain why, how, and where ocean anoxic zones (“dead zones”) form, giving at least one example. What other biological threats to ocean (and beach) life have been seen in recent years? Hint: Florida, 2017, red tide.
  7. (5 points) The Ocean and Weather Describe the phenomenon known as El Niño and its impacts? Explain how El Niño affects both the marine (ocean) and terrestrial (land) biosphere.

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1. According to Erwin Rohde the Greek novel was an offshoot of two forms of literary production. What were they? From what period of Greek history? What are the beginning and end dates of this period of Greek history?

2. According to Eduard Schwartz the Greek novel developed out of what literary genre?

3. According to “our” author, Tomas Hägg, the novel is the heir of what literary genre?

4. Again, according to “our” author, Tomas Hägg, what epic poem is the prototype of the Greek novel?

5. What was the earliest Greek literary genre to be composed in prose, not verse

6. For the Greeks, ‘history’ was understood to be the opposite of ‘myth’.

____ True ____ False

7. What is the name of the ‘Father of History’ (for some, the ‘Father of Lies’)?

8. What is the title of this historiographer’s magnum opus?

9. What is the subject matter of this same work?

___________________________________________________________________________

10. The Alexander Romance is an example of what type of Greek novel?

___________________________________________________________________________

11. The ancient genre of biography was understood to be a factual account of a person’s life.

____ True ____ False

12. What was a likely source of the fantastic tales of travel and adventure that made up the genre known as Reisefabulistik?

13. What real-world event was the actual impetus for these sorts of story?

14. Where was Thule?

15. The erotic poetry of the Hellenistic period no longer drew upon the myths of the Archaic and Classical periods. What, then, was the source of the subject-matter of this type of verse?

16. Callimachus is one of the best known of the Alexandrian poets who fashioned the “short, precious poems favored by contemporary taste”. Why are these poets called ‘Alexandrian’?

17. What’s the name of the epic poem composed during this period? What’s the name of the author?

18. What type of local legends in particular furnished both Alexandrian poets and early novelists with subject-matter for their works?

19. In antiquity there was no special term for what we call the ‘novel’.

____ True ____ False

20. What did the Greeks call the new form of expression we call ‘prose’ (There are two terms.)? (See the relevant PP presentation.)

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A description of the three factors that determine the average surface temperature of a rocky planet with a gaseous atmosphere that is orbiting a star (such as our Earth).

A description of how scientists have recorded the Earth’s climate history over time scales from years to millions of years.

  1. An explanation of how CO2 participates in a global “thermostat” that works to regulate Earth’s temperature over timescales of hundreds of thousands to millions of years. 
  2. An explanation of why we know that CO2 is a common forcing factor in Earth’s climate that is seen in

our escape from “Snowball Earth” (about 650 million years ago, mya);

  1. the end-Permian Mass Extinction (251 mya); 
  2. the early Cenozoic temperature U-turn (about 50 mya); 

the glacial/interglacial cycles of the last million years (about 100,000-year intervals); and

  • the last 1,000 years.Is there any possibility that the CO2 forcing factor is not still operating today? Are there any viable alternative explanations for the observed warming over the last 150 years?

An explanation of why water vapor, the most abundant greenhouse gas, is not a forcing but an amplifying feedback (explain amplifying and stabilizing feedbacks, with examples).

  • A description of what we know of the Earth’s climate history at three timescales, as shown in charts I, II, and III in the figure below. Indicate in your answers what happened and why: what were the causes of these changes? For the Cenozoic (the last 65 million years depicted in chart 1), say what happened and why at points A—E. DO NOT simply describe the curve; you must say what happened and why at points A—E.

An explanation of how human civilization has been affecting the CO2 forcing factor since the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century and the likely effects of this over the next 100 years. If you can, include a brief discussion of the direct and indirect effects of atmospheric aerosols on the Earth’s energy budget (i.e., “global dimming”). Also, what is the third way than humans have altered the atmosphere that almost had catastrophic impacts on life at the surface? [3 points] 

  • Forward-looking: 1) Include a brief discussion saying whether planting trees could be a solution to climate change impacts from global warming (c.f., TeamTrees vs REALITY!!); 2) Include a brief discussion of the methods that might be used to “geoengineer” Earth’s climate, the prospects for success and any drawbacks (limitations and  unwanted side effects; c.f., slides in Dr Robock’s presentation)

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write a  brief paper (at least 2 pages) addressing  these points:

1.What are your dietary strengths? What did you do well?  (10 points)

2.What are your dietary weaknesses? What do you need to work on? (10 points)

3.Select one weakness and plan how to improve that dietary issue?  (10 points)

4.What is your overall impression of the tools used on My Plate website? (05 points) 

this is how i ate for 3 days —>

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

SATURDAY

BREAKFAST

OATMEAL ½ CUP -cacao-peanut butter-Red fruits

one egg sandwich -ketchup salad and avocado

OATMEAL ½ CUP -cacao-peanut butter-Red fruits

SNAK

Almond and red fruit

1 glass chia pudding

a glass chia pudding

LUNCH

Baked sweet potato, salad, avocado, salmon

1 plantain 3-4 ounces chicken breast, avocado

65% grams of pasta with 6 shrimps and tomato sauce

SNAK

70% cocoa chocolate, strawberries and blueberry

70% cocoa chocolate, strawberries and blueberry

1 glass chia pudding

DINNER

salad with chicken breast

salad with apple or peach and turkey breast

salad with chicken breast

This is how i should eat.

Your MyPlate Plan: 2400 Calories, Age 14+

Below are the daily recommended amounts for each food group.
Click on the food group buttons to learn more and get started.

Talk with your health care provider about an eating pattern and physical activity program that is right for you.

Back to MyPlate Plan

2 cups

1 cup from the Fruit Group counts as:
– 1 cup raw, frozen, or cooked/canned fruit; or
– ½ cup dried fruit; or
– 1 cup 100% fruit juice

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3 cups

1 cup from the Vegetable Group counts as:
– 1 cup raw or cooked/canned vegetables; or
– 2 cups leafy salad greens; or
– 1 cup 100% vegetable juice

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8 ounces

1 ounce from the Grains Group counts as:
– 1 slice bread; or
– 1 ounce ready-to-eat cereal; or
– ½ cup cooked rice, pasta, or cereal

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6½ ounces

1 ounce from the Protein Foods Group counts as:
– 1 ounce seafood, lean meat, or poultry; or
– 1 egg; or
– 1 Tbsp peanut butter; or
– ¼ cup cooked beans, peas, or lentils; or

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3 cups

1 cup from the Dairy Group counts as:
– 1 cup dairy milk or yogurt; or
– 1 cup lactose-free dairy milk or yogurt; or
– 1 cup fortified soy milk or yogurt; or
– 1½ ounces hard cheese

1.What are your dietary strengths? What did you do well?  (10 points)

2.What are your dietary weaknesses? What do you need to work on? (10 points)

3.Select one weakness and plan how to improve that dietary issue?  (10 points)

4.What is your overall impression of the tools used on My Plate website? (05 points) 

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