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Your Questions About Discover New Niches

Sandy asks…

Survey: How would a member of the human race first embarrass us all when aliens finally discover us…?

a) Some nutter kidnaps one of them, ties them up in their trailer and “probes” them – “for revenge”.

b) Prince Phillip meets their leader and refers to him as a “funny green space wog”.

c) An Arab or Southern state yankee accidentally shoots one of them whilst firing his gun in excitement.

d) An Arab or Southern State yankee deliberately shoots one of them for being an abomination in the eyes of God.

e) The religious leaders of the world begin WW3 by each trying to convince them that theirs is the one true religion.

f) The porn industry tries to get them to do some niche alien porn.

g) People try to have sex with them so they can sell their story to Hello! magazine.

h) A lobby of loonies petitions them to bring back Elvis.

i) Gordon Brown introduces a new Spacecraft tax.

j) George Bush asks them if they’re with the murkins or the tourists….

or suggest your own!

New Niche Finder answers:

Hell my whole ambition is to tavel from galaxy to galaxy seeking out new life and being the first one to shag it

Sharon asks…

Which presidential candidate made these statements?

“It is time for us to take a new look at our government, to strip away the secrecy, to expose the unwarranted pressure of lobbyists…..”

“Too many have had to suffer at the hands of political economic elite who have shaped decisions and never had to account for mistakes or suffer from injustice.”

“And when the beauracy is bloated and confused, the powerful always manage to discover and occupy the niches of special influence and privilege…..and tight secrecy always seems to prevent reform.”

“It is time for a nationwide comprehensive health program for all our people.”

“We can have an American president who does not govern with negativism and fear of the future, but with vigor and vision and aggressive leadership–a president who’s not isolated from the people, but who feels your pain and shares and shares your dreams and and takes his strength and his courage and his wisdom from you.”

“I see an America on the move again, united, a diverse and tolerant vital nation…..
http://www.4president.org/speeches/carter1976acceptance.htm

New Niche Finder answers:

I’d say Obama

Helen asks…

PLease Help with paper.easy 10 pts.!!!?

I have an english outline that is due. I am really busy this week, and i can not think.lol.This is the sample outline…but my topic is horses. (that’s why i put in in this section) If someone could help me(u don’t have to do the whole thing :D) but ..like what topics i should put at each point, ect. (like origin,breeding,food,life cycle,purpose?) THANK_YOU!!!!

Hydrothermal Vents: Life at the Extreme
I. Introduction to the Hydrothermal Vent Ecosystem
A. Discovery in 1977
B. Thesis statement: importance of life in extreme environments
II. How Organisms of the Vent Ecosystem Live
A. Characteristics of vents
1. Superheated water
2. Oases of warm water
B. Characteristics of vent life
1. Lightless environment
2. Chemosynthesis, not photosynthesis
C. Specific creatures of the vent ecosystem
1. Archaea: primary chemosynthetic life-forms of the ecosystem
2. Tube worms: symbiotic with archaea
3. Other niches in the food chain
a. Free-swimming bacteria
b. Hairy snails, “dandelions,” clams, crabs, mussels
c. Predatory fish and octopi
d. Blind shrimp: sense black body radiation
D. Amazing variety and numbers of new species discovered down there
III. Importance of Vent Ecosystem for Science
A. Insight into origins of life
1. Some vent species extremely old, as much as 600,000,000 years
2. Life may have originated in hydrothermal vent environments using chemosynthesis
3. Maybe life on other worlds resembles these organisms
IV. Conclusion
A. New discoveries keep arising
B. Life elsewhere in the universe may be different from what we expect

New Niche Finder answers:

That looks like some pretty freakin’ hard stuff

Betty asks…

At what time of your life have you discovered your niche in life?

I have just turned 16 and i feel a bit of nostalgia as i look in the past years, it seems a bit unbelievable this new age, yet old in a sense. I know a person cannot change overnight surely, but gradually and at some time this year the change will become obvious. And yet still i don’t know where i’m going.
Would it be generally time to decide what to do in life, from the age of 16? because in a blink of an eye you’re 1 year older soon again
A.Thorne, hm i haven’t thought of that. But i think it is more interesting to live by having a niche, knowing what you should be doing in life
Deja Vu, yes learning is daily but sometimes there has to be a big picture as to where this learning or the way of life will lead one to, which path
Terminator, i like your idea :)) i think writing developes our persona
Diogenes, you make me feel like a kiddo xD
some people get married at the age of 17 like my mum did
uscgvet, inspirational, thank you:))

New Niche Finder answers:

Knowing what one should be doing in life is the ultimate teleology of instinct and intuition,
what promotes inner happiness is when happiness arises from the sensation of desire,
we are always a reality within an entity in itself, so at times ones niche can be conceived by thought,
not by experience, the complexity of ourselves is an innate sense of where we feel at peace,
from the intuition of feeling rather than reason one sees a particular reality to adhere their effectiveness with an inner motive for every choice.

Give ye self time young lady,
there is not only vocational goals to enhance towards,
but also what you feel inside is your place in existence,
if you are artistic,
then you have a whole spectrum to experiment with.

You are a very intelligent young lady,
i’m sure time will guide your heart,
ones niche,
is where one feels the most peace of mind.
It could be as a doctor, scientist, teacher,
or just creating for the sake of art.

♪♪ ツ ♪♪

John asks…

Can some one please critique this I have to send it off today…thanks in advance?

Mahatma Gandhi once stated ,”Live life as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you will live forever.” These word have greatly shaped my aptitude for learning, and helping others. During my life, I have engaged in activities such as volunteering in the childcare, and education field. These things have greatly humbled me and giving me a clearer direction for the future. I would like to be apart of the Ag-Discovery Program because it would open doors to new opportunities to grow, learn, and be involved in agricultural activities. It would give me a chance to explore the benefits of attending college, to expand knowledge, and grow as a person.

There are several of things that I would love to gain knowledge about, one in which I am highly intrigued with is Ecological studies. I would like to gain more knowledge about the broad impact we as humans have on the earth. Environmental factors plays an important role in our lives today, and learning about the smallest sector in the environment can make a more prodigious difference. Being apart of the Ag-Discover will help me gain a new perspective and growth on life. I would like to learn about multiple ways in which a person can use plants in order to cure diseases; in what ways can we help cure plants.

My future goals after high school are to attend college and double major in Ecology, and English. These are both passions of mine that I plan on perusing throughout my career. Ecology is something I feel as I can make a difference in by preserving the earth, and its natural resources. Ecologist all over the globe have been making discoveris in society, these people I idol. The people who can witness things pass the earths’ , flowers, trees, and clouds. The people who can look at the whole picture, those who can see how everything in nature flows according well, in order to maintain its beauty. English on the other hand is my niche that I have found a good outlet to express myself. English is an opportunity to reach people, it is life. Without words, and the earth I would not belong, These are the main things that have shaped me to be who I am. A future ecologist, and a present humanist
. After earning Bachelors’ degree in each of those subjects, I would like to further expand my education and earn my masters degree. I would like to teach as an Professor in Ecology or English , and perhaps become a science writer.

I have several of hobbies and interest. I love to read, my favorite book is A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. A narrative written my Betty Smith, a women who I believe has the most interesting aspect on life, writing about themes such as class, poverty, education, perseverance through hardship and more. I also love reading poetry, most importantly poetry written by Emily Dickinson. I garden in my backyard from spring until the winter. love to relax , and witness nature. Sometimes the best thing to do is enjoy nature look beyond what is normal to the eye. I love to explore and determine how new concepts fit into existing theories. I am also interested in behavior analysis, the human mind interest me. I play the acoustic guitar, and flute. With the several tings a person is capable of. In addition, I have remained active debate club, and photography club at my school, I strive to continue being active.

Topics Im supposed to cover?
Why do I want to be apart of it?
What do I want to learn?
What are my future goals?
What are my hobbies and interest?
Ummm…I’m sdef not going to pay someone to critique my essay Its not like im some billionairee ugh
Ummm…I’m sdef not going to pay someone to critique my essay Its not like im some billionairee ugh

New Niche Finder answers:

Is this a college application essay? I have to say, it was impressive during the beginning and toward the middle. There is just a few grammar mistakes that need to be fixed. Also, there is extra words that need to be cut out. Here they are:

You wrote:

My future goals after high school are to attend college and double major in Ecology, and English. These are both passions of mine that I plan on perusing throughout my career.

Edited: Future goals after high school: attend college and double major in Ecology and English.

You wrote:
. . . How everything in nature flows according well

Edited: . . .how everything in nature flows well accordingly.

You wrote:

English on the other hand is my niche that I have found a good outlet to express myself. English is an opportunity to reach people, it is life. Without words, and the earth I would not belong,

Edited:

English, on the other hand, is my niche. English is an opportunity to reach people; it is life. Without words, and the earth, I would not belong.

You wrote:

. . . Masters degree.

Edited:

Master’s degree.

You wrote:

I have several of hobbies and interest. I love to read, my favorite book is A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. A narrative written my Betty Smith, a women who I believe has the most interesting aspect on life, writing about themes such as class, poverty, education, perseverance through hardship and more.

Edited:

I love to read. My favorite book is A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN, a narrative written my Betty Smith–a women who I believe has the most interesting aspect on life, writing about themes such as class, poverty, education, perseverance through hardship and more.

The rest is okay. There was a few comma errors, but I think that was because you were typing fast.

Good luck.

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