Credibility Statement: I researched and found stories of information about teens and adults getting killed using cell phones without looking on the road. I have a lot against people who take their eyes off the road just for a text that’s not emergences or important.
Kristin Lewis, the author of "Your Phone Could Ruin Your Life", believes that smartphones do more harm than good. First off, one piece of evidence is that the author writes "58% of pedestrian deaths are kids under 19. Experts believe these tragedies are mainly due to digital distraction." This means that when crossing streets many people are looking at their phones and not checking the road like they should. Also, another piece of evidence is in the article the author said, "80% of teenagers sleep with their phone nearby." This means that teens don 't get enough sleep because something in your brain triggers you to want to look at your phone when it buzzzes.
Hey my name is Keith Starks and I want to start talking about how LED Pendulum Metronome started from and the founder of LED Pendulum Metronome. In 1696 Etienne Louie first successfully used an adjustable pendulum in the construction of the first mechanical metronome. Also his design did not make any sound and did not include an escapement with which to keep the pendulum in motion. And I think In order to get the correct pulse with this kind of visual devices, the person that working on it needs to watch the precise moment where the pendulum is exactly vertical. Also as the left and right positions are constantly changing due to the decreasing amplitude.
15 undergraduate students from the University of California, Los Angeles take part in this study (Eight Women, Seven Men, MAge=20.4 years, all between the ages of 19 and 23 years old). Subjects were required to participate to obtain partial course credit. It was assumed that all students were fluent in English and had normal or corrected vision.
As days passed and the weather began to get warmer, I watched as my sculpture evolved from a duck to a puddle on the ground. I thought to myself, “Was it all worth it?” and quickly dismissing this idea. I came to realize that I didn’t need something solid reference to this achievement, that the knowledge that I could accomplish anything with determination and a little creativity was
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Transition: Now that I have introduced my topic, I would like to begin by talking about hazards and harms of texting and driving.
Every day 6.8 billion people use a cell phone. With almost 91% of the world population using these devices, one would assume they are safe. They are not. Some would disagree, contradicting with how cell phones can improve your everyday life with health apps, reminders, etc. However, the negatives outweigh the positives. Cell phones are a large negative component in so many lives, yet this goes practically unnoticed. Cell phones can negatively affect one’s physical health, mental health, and one’s daily life.
As we already know UV (aka sunlight and artificial UV lighting) can cause forms of skin cancers. It seems to be common sense now days but we really don’t know how or why specifically and we also don’t really know what preventative measures actually work. As we grow up every day we expose ourselves to sunlight but unless we are going out to the beach or pool, we don’t take preventative measures to keep our skin safe from radiation and some are even attempting to do the complete opposite for beautification. After reading a few articles and doing some research on my own I have reached a valid argument to explain a few reasons why preventative measures need to be taken. In this essay I will first explain how radiation is bad for you skin and why we need to take these measures to fight for our lives.