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  • animal life
  • rainforests
  • deforestation and habitat loss
  • climatology and climate changes

why is the amazon rainforest so important ?

it is home to millions of animals and plants, many already endangered. the trees of the amazon also help create oxygen through photosynthesis, a process by which the chloroplasts in plant cells convert carbon dioxide (co2) into breathable oxygen.

because it helps animals live and is homes to alot of animals.

if it wasn't important all animals will die and turn into bones.

because it contributes some of the worlds oxegen and preserves endangered wildlife

because you can get all your cd and dvds sent within 24 hours :)

  • horror and suspense movies
  • superstitions
  • friday the 13th

why is friday the 13th considered unlucky ?

christians say that christ was crucified on friday the 13. on friday the 13th the grandmaster jacques demolay, leader of the templars, was arrested and died and so did the rest of the templar because of king philip's jealousy of the templars rise to power.

  • uncategorized

what 13 reasons you should never take a cruise ?

cruises have long been a vacation plan for families. they seem like a great idea—little planning, endless food, a handful of destinations, and plenty of entertainment for the whole family.

a great idea, indeed—until you find yourself on a ship for seven days with the same people all sleeping in 10-square-foot cabins, eating the same food day after day. needless to say, cruises can have their issues. here is a list of reasons why you should not take a cruise.

  1. laws are different at sea
    • when you go on a cruise, you're trying to relax on vacation. then you add into the mix of the confines of the ship and how most everyone is cheerful and in a good mood and so your guard goes down a bit. you feel relaxed enough to maybe not take every caution you would if you were staying in a hotel in cancun since you’re on this massive ship. plus, if you’re coming from the united states it’s a very americanized feeling.
    • however, once you leave the u.s., you’re actually governed by whichever territory the ship is in and which flag they raise, as discussed in this npr interview. the laws you have to follow could be different. the fbi has jurisdiction over crimes against american citizens but when you’re on a cruise ship, the chances of having any evidence involved a crime not be tampered with is slim to none. if anything happens, the only police on board are hired cruise security; otherwise you have to wait until the next destination.
  2. you really need to watch your safety
    • because cruise ships are generally very crowded, there are times when things can get a little tense—or worse. “people assume that a cruise ship is a safe cocoon and get a sense of overconfidence,” says charles lipcon, a cruise-line maritime attorney in miami and author of unsafe on the high seas.
  3. you're bound to make unhealthy choices
    • if you have ever been to an all-inclusive resort you probably know that the food can be a little iffy here and there. especially at the buffets. since cruises often offer the all-inclusive deal and it's especially easy to hit those 24-hour buffets, especially with kids, you have to be extra cautious of a few things.
  4. you're more likely to get sunburnt
    • not only does the sun’s uv rays cause wrinkles and aging, it can also lead to sun stroke and, in worse cases, cause skin cancer. getting a sunburn once every two years can more than triple your risk of getting skin cancer.
  5. there have been reports of bed bugs
    • one of the biggest complaints about people who take cruises is their uncomfortable sleeping arrangements, including the tiny room sizes and comfort (or lack thereof) of the beds.
  6. norovirus abound
    • norovirus has received a lot of attention lately due to the severity of several outbreaks among cruise ships. while your chances of experiencing something truly disgusting are low, norovirus is stereotypically (but also unfairly) known as a "cruise ship virus."
  7. you could experience a "poop cruise"
    • ships are prone to problems at sea and there is always a risk of things going wrong. what's worse about cruises is that being in a limited area increases the severity of issues; there's not much anyone can do if things do go south. we've already told you all about norovirus, but just to make sure you fully understand the related risks, look no further than the 2013 outbreak on one of the world's most popular cruise lines.
  • kingdom hearts chain of memories
  • kingdom hearts 358/2 days
  • kingdom hearts

what is larxene's real name ?

kingdom hearts' larxene, along with demyx, luxord, and marluxia, have yet to have their true names revealed. it's possible, now that organization xiii's story is over, that we'll never know their real names.

  • human anatomy and physiology

how does gooseflesh assist in warming the body ?

goosebumps (gooseflesh) are the body's way of trying to keep warm. as the skin muscles become erect, so do the hairs. as the hairs stand on end, they create insulation and trap heat near the body.