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121: Don’t Let the Bed Bugs Bite
... an extra hour of sleep use your head and turn out the lights! “Napoleon and Edison were short sleeper, reported to only get four to six hours of sleep every night”(Hauri and Linde 9). Einstein, on the otherhand, slept ten or more hours, as many as other creative people in science and the arts” (Hauri and Linde 9). Many reports also came up of many people only getting as low ...
122: Dyslexia
... spell. Jackie Stewart won twenty-seven Grand Prix races, Ann Bancroft was the first woman to reach the North Pole. Susan Hampshire is an Emmy Award winning actress. Even Isaac Newton, Thomas Edison and Albert Einstein have dyslexia. Bruce Jenner and Greg Luganis are both Olympic gold medal winners and they both have a form of dyslexia. And, so do the singer Cher, and the actor Tom Cruise. Artists Picasso, and ...
123: Dyslexia
... or “fall through the cracks” because they are not deemed eligible for services. Dyslexia occurs among all groups, regardless of age, race, or income. Well-known dyslexics who learned to cope include Nelson Rockefeller, Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, and Winston Churchill, . At Harvard, dyslexics are allowed to take their examinations on a typewriter, which for some reason significantly helps their scores. Recently, national attention was drawn to Ennis Cosby (son of ...
124: Alzheimer's Disease
... known by almost all living people. While most of these do not understand this man's work, everyone knows that its impact on the world of science is astonishing. Yes, many have heard of Albert Einstein's General Theory of relativity, but few know about the intriguing life that led this scientist to discover what some have called, "The greatest single achievement of human thought."
125: Attention Deficit Disorder
... Hallowell and Ratey, Driven). Among famous people believed to have A.D.D. are: Beethoven, Carl Lewis, Michael Jordan, Nolan Ryan, Babe Ruth, Robin Williams, Walt Disney, Isaac Newton, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Ben Franklin and Whoopie Goldberg(C.A.R.D.). Personal: As the researcher of this project and as an individual diagnosed with A.D.D., I have read numerous books, articles and pamphlets, attended seminars ...
126: Down Syndrome: An Informative Essay
... to be the father of a Down Syndrome child, I would keep the child even though it would be very hard on me and my wife. Even though our child would not be the next Einstein or even close, a life is a life regardless of its intelligence and I would do my best to guide my new-born child through life.
127: Hamlet: "To Be Insane or Not To Be Insane That Tis The Question"
... not a mad one. In conlusion, Shakespeare has let the reader see the pshycological aspects of Hamlet's thoughts. He has shown the reader that there is a reason for every action, just as in Einstein's theory, that for every action there is a reaction. Hamlet is not mad or insane, just maybe a little weird. Hamlet takes great effort in coming up with conclusions to his problems. If Hamlet ...
128: Powder: Questions
... treatment Jeremy received in the cafeteria by the student is quite disheartening and show the lack of empathy in the students. But the reasons for his treatment is more intriguing than the actual treatment received. Einstein once said, that we fear what is not known , and Jeremy was an unknown case of supernatural difference. These students, being average, were reacting as normal as frighten children, in the form of insult. These ...
129: Star Wars: Heros and Villains
... real life characters, but as long as they have good values, and morals, I think it is ok for kids to look up to them. Whether it is Luke Skywalker, Batman, Shannon Lucid, of Albert Einstein; if the message they bring across is positive and healthy, have fun.
130: The Meaning of Life To Different People
... meaning of life changes from day to day, second to second . We’re here to learn that we can create, and that our world , if we choose, can be a heaven or hell."5 Albert Einstein, believes that the meaning of life is to respect other people, as one would respect himself. "A person first starts to live when he can live outside of himself."6 The Dalai Lama, winner of ...

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