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  • Global Warming is Good

    Hayden, emeritus professor of physics from the University of Connecticut, told a Pueblo West audience that he was prompted to speak out after a visit to New York where he learned that scaremongering billboards about the long-term effects of global warming were being purchased at a cost of $700,000 a month. "The world's leading climate scientists are reporting that they are basically certain that burning gasoline, coal and other fossil fuels has unnaturally heated the atmosphere -- and the effects are likely to last for centuries." They add that, "Warming is likely to mean intensified droughts and heat waves, along with unusually strong storms. In that regaurd, I wish my opponent luck during the voting period, and strongly urge you vote pro.

  • Is obama fit to be a president???

    In response, I say that according to the University of Connecticut, 39% of White Americans voted for Obama[4].My opponent goes on to mention race as a factor in his evaluation, imploring us not to think of him as a racist. Yeah your debate is strong but you need to make your point clear when it comes down to which side your on. Yeah your debate is strong but you need to make your point clear when it comes down to which side your on."Here my opponent wishes that I take a clear stance as to my position in this debate.

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  • Greatest inventions of 20th Century

    :D<strong>Airplane</strong> Electronic Media Air Conditioner <strong>Helicopter</strong> <strong>Frisbee</strong> ATM Cellphones MRI Antibiotics Space Exploring Devices (Rocketry) Nuclear Power: At 5/4/2012 11:27:55 PM, THEBOMB wrote: : : At 5/4/2012 11:23:39 PM, airmax1227 wrote: : : : At 5/4/2012 10:53:57 PM, THEBOMB wrote: : : : : At 5/4/2012 5:31:27 AM, airmax1227 wrote: : : : : It appears the technology section needs to be bumped again... I believe it was invented by NASA if I'm not mistaken.: At 5/5/2012 12:57:43 AM, Wallstreetatheist wrote: : <strong>Airplane</strong> : Electronic Media : Air Conditioner : <strong>Helicopter</strong> : <strong>Frisbee</strong> : ATM : Cellphones : MRI : Antibiotics : Space Exploring Devices (Rocketry) : Nuclear Power Good choices... Are you firkin serious!: At 5/5/2012 1:12:24 AM, airmax1227 wrote: : : At 5/5/2012 12:57:43 AM, Wallstreetatheist...

  • Babies making moral judgments

    The research is being pioneered by a team of psychologists at the infant cognition centre at Yale University in Connecticut. Kiley Hamlin, author of the team's Infant Morality report, said: "We spend a lot of time worrying about teaching the difference between good guys and bad guys in the world but this might be something that infants come to the world with." However, Nadja Reissland, a behavioural psychologist at Durham University, cautioned that adult assumptions may have coloured how a child's actions were interpreted by the researchers. Peter Willatts, a senior lecturer in psychology at Dundee University, said: "You cannot get inside the mind of the baby.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q:
    What colors symbolize the University of Connecticut?
  • A:
    White and Blue are the school's colors.
  • Q:
    In what year was University of Connecticut founded?
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    The school was founded in the year 1881.
  • Q:
    How many staff members work at University of Connecticut?
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    There were 4,222 staff members in the year 2006.
  • Q:
    How much money does University of Connecticut have?
  • A:
    The total amount accumulated is $300 million.
  • Q:
    How many instructors teach at University of Connecticut?
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    In the year 2006, there were 4,469 faculty members who taught at University of Connecticut.
  • Q:
    What sororities and fraternities are located at The University of Connecticut?
  • A:
    The sorority and fraternity communities include Alpha Sigma Phi.

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