Josef Mengele did experiments on twins in 1941-1945. He tried to figure how to quickly multiply the German race by learning the secrets of multiple births. He experimented on 2,000 kids who were twins, only 200 survived. He would inject food coloring into the eyes of one of the twins to see if the eye color would match his or her twin. He would try to do sex change operations on them to match the others gender.
“His father 's warrior were wound round his heart. With golden rings, bound to their prince. By his father 's treasure. So young men build, the future, wisely open-handed in peace, protected in war; so warriors earn. Their fame, and wealth is shaped with a sword” (Beowulf 24).
He killed over about one hundred girls from different native tribes and a native tribe caught him, buried him from the neck down in sand, beaten, and tortured him by pouring syrup all over his head to watch the ants eat him but, he managed to escape and went to Columbia then Ecuador. This became a daily routine where he would kill about two to three girls a day for about four years. Lopez said, "I like the girls in Ecuador, they are more gentle and trusting, more innocent." Even though he was poor and homeless, he was still all over the place moving from city to city murdering young girls day by day. In April 1980, four murdered children were uncovered by a flood and after the flood, he was arrested for attempting to abduct a young girl and went to prison.
Since all modern states are nation states and under the umbrella of nation state, all the institutions, relevant offices, state policies and individual’s views should be on the same page or else otherwise the power, i.e. the one who’s responsibility is to maintain the state’s writ, i.e. the military would go and crush all the hurdles in order to preserve the state’s ideological as well as the geographical territory. The international law recognizes that the state can utilize its resources for the sake of its sovereignty within the given territory. If we take an example of our country, we find that despite of having diverse ethnical and cultural backgrounds we are still a modern nation state only because of religion. But the thing is that if we really want to form a modern state then we need to keep religion separate from the state since the very idea of modern state is to keep the state
1960 - TUCSON AZ” section establishes the origin of many repeated motifs in Infinite Jest. One example is the spider motif: Jim’s father toasts to the “spiderless section” of the garage, describes his own father as having “a healthy respect for spiders,” and mentions “spiders well known to infest the palms’ fronds” (Wallace 157, 164-165, 167) . Though the spider is mainly used in the A.A. chapters to describe addiction, exercise addiction and compulsive thinking plague the Incandenzas. Accordingly, Jim’s father recalls losing a match that ended his tennis career to slipping on a suicidal spider, much like Hal could lose his athletic standing to addiction. This chapter also marks the first appearance of “Himself,” which Jim’s father uses to refer to his own father (Wallace 165).
One theme that Odysseus learned is that people in the real world also learn is that in order to succeed and move forward, you must have courage. Throughout The Odyssey, Odysseus shows courage during his battles and hard times. This courage enables him to work toward his goal of getting back home to his wife. For example, just before stabbing the Cyclops in the eye with his spear, Odysseus “cheered [his] men on with battle talk to keep their courage up: no quitting now” (906). Odysseus learned that, in order to escape from the Cyclops and get back home, he would have to be brave; therefore, he showed this to his men as well.
Peter Parker: After being bitten by a radiated spider the high school student Peter Parker gained some marvelous abilities including, strength, agility ,the ability to cling to things and the ability to shoot webs from his wrists giving him the advantage to swing around like Tarzan from building to building. He hides his identity with a suite. After his Uncle Ben was murdered he vowed to revenge the killers using his supernatural abilities. Peter has had a crush on Mary- Jane since Primary school, but she was always into the bad boys leaving him, the sweet, kind-hearted teenager, no chance to win her heart.
A masculine person can be seen as someone who takes charge and suppresses any kind of weakness. During tough times, a “man” is seen as someone who steps up and takes charge. In Ernest Hemingway 's Indian Camp, Nick Adams learns what it means to become a man. Nick’s image of “ideal masculinity” is shaped through the examples of strength through suffering and violence by his father and the Native American husband. Nick’s father displays true masculinity because remains authoritative and displays an indomitable attitude through times of suffering.
Although Jim 's character has been changing throughout the novel due to his moral growth, which follows the category of the Bildungsroman defined as "a story about the development of a youth into adulthood" (Poole: 261); However, he matures early on in the novel as he has
He tends to compare a baseball game to a battle. “No heroes in this war now,” Mr.Galanter said, “I want live soldiers, not dead heroes.” (17). It 's an encouraging way to treat the boys because it makes them feel like they are fighting for something, and that they must do their best. Mr.Galanter is doing something right with the boys because he keeps them alive and encouraged throughout the entire game. Leadership reflects an essential part of being a gym teacher and a baseball coach.
The plot is that a 12 year old boy named Jamal who has a 16 year old brother named Randy who just got sent to jail, and he also a an 8 year old sister named Sassy, who are all being raised by a single mom. When Randy gets sent to jail, he needs 500 dollars for an appeal, so Jamal tries to help out with getting the money, but he ends up joining the scorpions, which is what Randy was in when he got arrested. The scorpions are a group of kids younger than 16 years old, that sell drugs and do errands for people. While working for them Jamal gets stuck in a bind with two of the scorpions, Angel and Indian, he ends up doing something that will make them upset what is it will he survive this encounter, will he
The first time Ishmael was ever touched by war was at age 12. At 13, he was picked by the Government Army and brought to a vicious and brutal world. He woke up everyday with fear of dying. He tried his best to look the toughest and satisfy the rebels by fulfilling their demands. Ishmael took a dose of drugs daily to keep him energized and to keep him awake.
He showed this trait when he told the Queen bugger, “I’ll carry you… I’ll go world to world until I find a time and place where you come awake in safety,” (321). By performing this act, it showed that he was caring because he is willing the search his entire life for his “enemies” new home. It also exhibited leadership because it revealed devotion and it gained respect of the buggers. Although he is bright and compassionate, he could also be hostile. One time this happened was when he first got his army.
According to a newly published review of decades of archaeological research, humans worldwide have been using psychoactive substances since prehistoric times. What started with the fermentation of wild berries and collecting mushrooms filled with psilocybin has now evolved to one of humanities biggest industries. Pharmaceutical companies spend millions of dollars each year on the research and development of pills, while at the same time a college student using household chemicals is making his own substance in his dorm room. Students, servers, doctors, soldiers, lawyers, politicians, parents, artists, teachers, police officers, fire fighters, and judges were all participants in Baker’s series. Showcasing the diversity of those who have the