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Stimulants

Cocaine as a depressant, Its Effects and the Remedies to Its Addiction

Drugs that cause an increase in the speed of signals in the nervous system are referred to as stimulants. They cause excitement, alertness and arousal to their users. Addicts of these drugs also face an inhibition in sleep and fatigue. Some common examples of depressants are nicotine, caffeine, cocaine and amphetamines.

The majority of the people know the dangers of cocaine use today. However, the usage of the drug is still prevalent and in big amounts. Cocaine is a commonly used stimulant that has been extracted from the South American cocoa plant whose scientific name is Erythroxylon coca. Some of the common and significant plans of action for the drug are stimulating the nervous system and its aesthetic principle.

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Sprint Nextel

Sprint Nextel has become a giant among the wireless companies by the merger of two companies. The companies involved in the merger were Sprint, which was ranked third in the US, with Nextel Communications that was fifth largest in the US. The company has a clientele of subscriber that are over fifty million in the United States. Based on the number of subscribers it comes third after companies like Verizon and Cingular. The company, however, is the largest all-digital wireless coverage provider in the US. Sprint Nextel provides its services in all fifty states and offers local exchange phone services for an excess of seven million access lines. Sprint has a relatively wide coverage in the East Coast compared to other regions in the US. However, it has left a few holes in the area in terms of service provision. The company has its main offices in Overland Park, Kansas. It has an employee population of about forty thousand (Agar, 112)

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Apple Company

Introduction

Apple is a company that is based in Cupertino, California. The headquarter in California, America is best known for the development process, the design processes as well as the sales. Apple is known for selling computer software, online computer services, and also electronics. Some of the hardware products courtesy of Apple include iPad tablets, iPhones smartphones, Apple digital televisions, iPod media players among others. Some software produced by Apple includes iOS operating system and iTunes media player. Apple is widely known for their unique and functional designs that keep enhancing both existing and new customers. In fact, Apple is among the world’s largest company in terms of information and technology. Also, it is among the leaders of phone manufacturers across the globe. This investigative report seeks to analyze and put into perspective the general characteristics of Apple as an industry.

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Religious experience, Scripture, Reason and Tradition

Introduction

Christian theology has been defined as the research whereby theologians examine the Christian practices and beliefs. Many theologians have used primarily the biblical exegesis, arguments and analysis in interpreting both the old and new testaments alongside the Christian historical traditions (Buschart, 2006). Theological studies help people to better understand the doctrines of Christianity thus drawing comparisons between Christianity and other faiths while defending the Christian faith therefore one can even initiate reforms. During the 1700s, the leader of the Methodist movement John Wesley came up with a method on which to reflect theology that has usually been dubbed the ‘Wesleyan Quadrilateral’.

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Psychology: Egoism and Altruism

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Define psychological egoism and altruism as well as ethical egoism and altruism. Do you believe that the basis of morality is altruism or egoism? Or is it perhaps an absolute moral code either handed down to us by previous generations from an original revelation by God? Or is it based upon self evidence moral principles which one should follow whether or not it furthers either our own interests or the interests of the others? Should we do right simply because it is prima facie right? Give reasons for holding you views.

There is common belief that humans are hardwired to be self- centered what is termed as egoism although they never always act this way but extend a hand of selflessness at times referred to as altruism.

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