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PRoof read.please? Topic: Characteristics of a hypothesis
July 24, 2019 / By Burney
Question: The article titled Leg Bone Yields DNA Secrets, reports that a group of scientists recovered strands of mitochondrial DNA from a 38,000 year old leg bone of an Neanderthal. The team analysed the DNA of thirteen genes and not only pinpointed the exact moment neaderthals split from what were to become modern humans, but found evidence that supports the fact that modern humans and neaderthals were genetically unable to interbreed. Researchers at the Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germay used the mitochondria to trace the neaderthal species back to an ancestral "Eve", and realized that the genes of the bone were distinctly different from those of a modern homo sapien; therefore, confounding the speculation that modern human benefited from the genes that adapted the neaderthals to the cold climate that prevailed in the last ice age. However the genetic material did show that the species last shared by humans and neaderthals goes back to almost 660,000 years ego. The information reported in this article is very important and inspirational because it gives anthropologists all over the world the hope of fully understanding the genetic evolution from Homo Neandethals to mordern human beings. The fact that anthropologists have succeeded in extracting the first vertifiable peice of Neaderthal DNA, raises the possibility of reconstructing a genome and possibily bringing the species back to life. The cultural Anthropology text informs the reader that modern day humans are not genetically linked to Archiac Homo Sapiens, but does say that there is evidence that Neaderthals have interbred with the sapien species. But after reading this article, I realized of how accurate the Eve Hypothesis really is. According to the article, the evidence that was found suggested that modern Homo Sapiens were genetically isolated from interbreeding with the Neaderthal species. This fact alone helps to confirm that our genetic make-up is very different from those of the Archiac Homo Sapiens because that group were able of crossbreeding with the Homo Neaderthals. The only question I have regarding this article is how were the scientists able to distinguish Neaderthal DNA from human DNA. Both the course and the text agree that modern Homo Sapiens and Homo Neaderthals showed similar characteristics; so if that were true, what makes thier DNA so distinct. In addition, since many early Modern Homo Sapiens resembled Neaderthals, couldn't there have been a possibility that the species were sexually attracted to one another and had sex regardless of thier capability of interbreeding with one another. Therefore, this information no only gave anthropologists hope in figuring out how our past is linked to our present, but it opened up new doors for science. Scientists are given to oppurtunity to reconstruct a genome of an entirely different species and inspire them to do bigger things with our technology.
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Aldine Aldine | 2 days ago
I took your essay into Word and proof read it and fixed some punctuation and spelling errors. I've pasted the revised version below. The article titled Leg Bone Yields DNA Secrets; reports that a group of scientists recovered strands of mitochondrial DNA from a 38,000 year old leg bone of an Neanderthal. The team analyzed the DNA of thirteen genes and not only pinpointed the exact moment Neanderthals split from what were to become modern humans, but found evidence that supports the fact that modern humans and Neanderthals were genetically unable to interbreed. Researchers at the Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany used the mitochondria to trace the Neanderthal species back to an ancestral "Eve", and realized that the genes of the bone were distinctly different from those of a modern homo sapien; therefore, confounding the speculation that modern human benefited from the genes that adapted the Neanderthals to the cold climate that prevailed in the last ice age. However the genetic material did show that the species last shared by humans and Neanderthals goes back to almost 660,000 years ago. The information reported in this article is very important and inspirational because it gives anthropologists all over the world the hope of fully understanding the genetic evolution from Homo Neanderthals to modern human beings. The fact that anthropologists have succeeded in extracting the first verifiable piece of Neanderthal DNA, raises the possibility of reconstructing a genome and possibly bringing the species back to life. The cultural Anthropology text informs the reader that modern day humans are not genetically linked to Archaic Homo Sapiens, but does say that there is evidence that Neanderthals have interbred with the sapien species. But after reading this article, I realized of how accurate the Eve Hypothesis really is. According to the article, the evidence that was found suggested that modern Homo Sapiens were genetically isolated from interbreeding with the Neanderthal species. This fact alone helps to confirm that our genetic make-up is very different from those of the Archaic Homo Sapiens because that group were able of crossbreeding with the Homo Neanderthals. The only question I have regarding this article is how were the scientists able to distinguish Neanderthal DNA from human DNA. Both the course and the text agree that modern Homo Sapiens and Homo Neanderthals showed similar characteristics; so if that were true, what makes their DNA so distinct. In addition, since many early Modern Homo Sapiens resembled Neanderthals, couldn't there have been a possibility that the species were sexually attracted to one another and had sex regardless of their capability of interbreeding with one another. Therefore, this information not only gave anthropologists hope in figuring out how our past is linked to our present, but it opened up new doors for science. Scientists are given to opportunity to reconstruct a genome of an entirely different species and inspire them to do bigger things with our technology.
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Aldine Originally Answered: Can someone proof-read this please?
Lenin was born Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, on April 22, 1870, in Simbirsk, Russia. He was the fourth of nine children to be born into Ilya and Maria Ulyanov’s prosperous family. Lenin had not always supported revolutionary change; however, his father’s death and the execution of his brother deeply impacted his religious and political views. In December 1887, he was expelled from Kazan State University for participating in student protests. Lenin was arrested in December 1895 for possessing illegal literature, and then condemned to exile in Siberia for three years in 1897. That's the best I can do, I'm not saying it's right. You just needed a few grammar corrections.
Aldine Originally Answered: Can someone proof-read this please?
The first one is fine. Lenin had not always supported revolutionary change. However, his father’s death and the execution of his brother deeply impacted ON his religious and political views. In December 1887 he was expelled from Kazan State University for participating in student protests. Lenin was arrested in December 1895 for possessing illegal literature and then condemned in 1897 to exile in Siberia for three years. Have added 'on' after 'impacted' in the second one, and moved 'in 1897'.

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The article titled "Leg Bone Yields DNA Secrets", reports that a group of scientists recovered strands of mitochondrial DNA from a 38,000 year old leg bone of an Neanderthal. The team analysed the DNA of thirteen genes and not only pinpointed the exact moment Neanderthals split from what were to become modern humans, but found evidence that supports the theory that modern humans and Neanderthals were genetically unable to interbreed. Researchers at the Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany used the mitochondria to trace the Neanderthal species back to an ancestral "Eve", and realized that the genes of the bone were distinctly different from those of a modern homo sapien; therefore, confounding the speculation that modern human benefited from the genes that adapted the Neanderthals to the cold climate that prevailed in the last ice age. However the evidence showed that genetic material was last shared by humans and Neanderthals back almost 660,000 years ego. The information reported in this article is very important and inspirational because it gives anthropologists all over the world the hope of fully understanding the genetic evolution from Homo Neanderthal to modern human beings. The fact that anthropologists have succeeded in extracting the first verifiable piece of Neanderthal DNA, raises the possibility of reconstructing a genome and possibly bringing the species back to life. The cultural Anthropology text informs the reader that modern day humans are not genetically linked to Archaic Homo Sapiens, but does say that there is evidence that Neanderthals have interbred with the sapien species. But after reading this article, I realized of how accurate the Eve Hypothesis really is. According to the article, the evidence that was found suggested that modern Homo Sapiens were genetically isolated from interbreeding with the Neanderthal species. This fact alone helps to confirm that our genetic make-up is very different from those of the Archaic Homo Sapiens because that group was able to crossbreed with the Homo Neanderthals. The only question I have regarding this article is how were the scientists able to distinguish Neanderthal DNA from human DNA? Both the course and the text agree that modern Homo Sapiens and Homo Neanderthals showed similar characteristics; so if that were true, what makes their DNA so distinct? In addition, since many early Modern Homo Sapiens resembled Neanderthals, couldn't there have been a possibility that the species were sexually attracted to one another and had sex regardless of their capability of interbreeding with one another? Therefore, this information not only gave anthropologists hope in figuring out how our past is linked to our present, but it opened up new doors for science. Scientists are given to opportunity to reconstruct a genome of an entirely different species and inspires them to do bigger things with our technology.
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Ignorance evidence. I alternatively be a socrates disillusioned than a idiot convinced. Ignorance is evaluating black and white with out a advantage of white (Plato) and I alternatively allow the scar of sour fact hang-out me ceaselessly than preserve myself in a sort of mutual passivity with different folks and flase complacency inside myself.
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Rebekah Originally Answered: Can you please proof read this?
During the year 1838, slavery was very common. An African American had only wished to witness the blessedness of freedoms and avoid the wretchedness of slavery. The main rhetorical devices that stood out to me were the use of syntax and the strong use of metaphors. Through this passage we get a slight glimpse of what slavery is like and what it feels like. When you read the first sentence, the first thing I noticed was the use of a periodic sentence, which had the main idea towards the end of the sentence. This gave the reader an emphasis on the idea that was presented. Douglass uses the metaphor: “...escaping a den of hungry lions," to give the reader, an image of what he was going through, and how thrilling the feeling was to finally escape from slavery and torture. He uses many metaphors in this essay to give the reader something that they can actually relate to. He uses the metaphor: “as the hideous crocodile seizes upon his prey.” In this case the crocodile is representing the white man and the prey represents the African American person, who is going to be enslaved by this hideous crocodile. Douglas later tells us how he is among homes, food, and water. Yet none of these things belong to him. So technically, he is surrounded by nothing. The reader gets this feeling as he describes the fortune, then the misfortune that follows. After reading this passage, the reader has become more familiar with the term “slavery.” Because of Douglass’s continuous use of metaphors, which resulted in him wining the hearts of the readers.

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