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Transcript: Ronald Fisher- Fisher was a very smart man, he was able to quickly solve hard mathematical questions. Fisher also had great understanding of world evolution, releasing multiple books such as 'The Genetical Theory of Natural Selection' which discussed the theory of natural selection, the inverse relationship between the magnitude of a mutation and the likelihood of the mutation increasing an organism’s fitness, and parental investment. Work Experience Herbert Spencer- An English philosopher, Biologist, Anthropologist, and Sociologist. Herbert Spencer- " The great aim of education is not knowledge but action." Thomas Huxley- Huxley was one of the first contributors to the Theory of evolution by natural selection, and had more part than anyone else to get out there and advance it's acceptance among the scientific community and the public! Ronald Fisher- An English Statistician and Biologist Stephen Gould- An American Paleontologist, Evolutionary Biologist, and a Historian of Science Stephen Gould Ronald Fisher Herbert Spencer Thomas Huxley Thomas Huxley- " If a little knowledge is dangerous, where is the man who has so much as to be out of danger?" Shared their life's work with you Stephen Gould- One of his greatest contributions to science is the theory of punctuated equilibrium, developed with Niles Eldredge in 1972 after careful and detailed examination of fossils. This theory proposes that evolution happens in rare instances of rapid branching evolutionary change in between long periods of stability. This is in contrast to the theory of evolutionary gradualism. Herbert Spencer- Born April 27,1820 Died December 8, 1903 like comment share like comment share Stephen Gould- Born September 10,1941 Died May 20, 2002 By Courtney Aviles Stephen Gould- "Science is an integral part of culture. It's not this foreign thing, done by an arcane priesthood. It's one of the glories of the human intellectual tradition." Quote Update Ronald Fisher- Born February 17, 1890 Died July 20, 1962 https://thetheoryofevolution/ Lived in the United Kingdom Lived in the United Kingdom Herbert Spencer- Herbert Spencer, the first and only philosopher in the History to sell over a million copies of his books about the theory of evolution! Spencer is best known for influencing people with his work and believing that individuals are masters of their own fate/destiny. Showing that your are in control of your life, not the state. Lived in The United States like comment share Facebook Profile Thomas Huxley- Born May 4, 1825 Died January 29, 1895 Lived in Australia Lives In Ronald Fisher- "Inductive inference is the only process known to us by which essentially new knowledge comes into the world." Shared a Link Thomas Huxley- An English Biologist and a Comparative Anatomist

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Transcript: Tara - Personally, my opinion on Julia Sharpe is that she is very caring. She showed great kindness to Peter and Anna, letting them hide in her house which if she got caught, could've got her in serious trouble. This shows that she cares a lot about other people and treats Surplus’s as equals, not as lower then her.​ Eliza - Honestly, I really do like the character Julia Sharpe. She reflects how people should be more like in the real world. Julia is a very different character to the others in the novel, she is kind and caring and cares a lot for Anna. Ms Sharpe is a very risky lady though, hiding Peter and Anna and lying? Hmmm not sure!! Mia - My opinion of mrs. sharp is that she is a caring and kind to Peter and Anna, i admire her for hiding Peter and Anna because she cares for them but it is quite unprofessional and not trustworthy to the school,she does care a lot for Peter and Anna.​ I would say one of the main motivations for Ms Sharpe would be, the idea of freedom and rebelling slightly against things she thought were wrong. For example, hiding Peter and Anna away in her shed and then when the catchers came she said that she had lost the key. This shows the she is prepared to stick up for what she thinks is right. Longevity doesn’t cure gravity, unfortunately, Mrs. Sharpe had told her when she’d been caught frowning at a particularly painful-looking thing that she discovered was called an ‘Uplifter’.​ 'She was the nicest, kindest woman- once I was cleaning her bed and she offered to to let me try on some lipstick.’​ This shows that she is kind to others and doesn't look down on the surplus's. ‘Mrs Sharpe talked to me almost like a wasn’t a surplus.’ She treated the surplus’s well​ Final Character Summary - Everyone! :) I wish i were still her house keeper (Mrs Sharpe) she never even hit me once.​ Julia Sharpe Quotes - Mia :) like comment share Character Motivations - Eliza :) like comment share THANK YOU :)))) Character Summary - Eliza :) like comment share Julia Sharpe, 'droopy', old age makes her skin sag. The longevity drug makes her young on the outside but does nothing for her on the inside. Mrs Sharpe is in her 50's, but she is also 125 years old. Julia Sharpe was quoted to be the nicest, kindest woman. Anna worked for Mrs Sharpe for an internship for three weeks. Mrs Sharpe's house was painted in warm and bright colours. Her house had a massive garden that you could see out of all the windows. Mrs Sharpe always had flowers on the go. The bright and refreshing smell would make Anna want to eat the flowers. Mrs Sharpe traveled all around the world as you could see by all of the photos surrounding her house. Facebook Profile Character Changes - Tara :)

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Transcript: Fearing Yellow Sac Spider Generalized into being scared of all spiders Today I was getting some homework done and as I was taking a sip of my drink, I felt a sharp pain in my hand! I dropped the cup of water, spilling it all over myself, and looked down at my hand to see this yellow sac spider on it! Not only did I end up in pain from being bitten, but I also lost my cup of water causing both myself, and my homework to get all wet! I know the teachers don't go for the "my dog at my homework excuse", but hopefully she believes the "A spider got my homework wet" explanation. I hate spiders!! My whole perspective on spiders has changed. First I was fine with them, then I was scared of one of them, and now I just can't stand any of them! Their bulgy eyes that pop out of their head, their fangs that remind me of the bite I had gotten a while ago, their tiny, hairy, disgusting bodies that just crawl around in the most unwanted places.. I thought bathrooms were supposed to be a private place! I am absolutely petrified of these little monsters and I'm not proud of it, but I scream and run like hell whenever I see one. If you've never been bitten by one or you just aren't scared of them, do the rest of us a favor and squish them if you see them! I'd do it myself but I can't even get close to them without freaking out! Lions Tigers and bears aren't a big deal, but spiders.. oh my! Like and share this post if you too are afraid of spiders! The Breakdown Unconditioned Stimulus - Feeling Pain (Bitten) Unconditioned Response - Fear (Screaming) Neutral Stimulus - Yellow Sac Spider Conditioned Stimulus - Yellow Sac Spider Conditioned Response - Fear (Screaming) Severe fear of spiders Status Update I hate spiders!! They definitely deserve the name "Creepy Crawlies"!! Initially, the yellow sac spider was nothing more than an arachnid that didn't trigger any specific emotion or response; it was an neutral stimulus. Before the spider incident, I had an unconditioned response of fear when I experienced any sort of pain that acted as an unconditioned stimulus. In other words, it was natural to be scared and yelp when something caused me pain. However, when the neutral stimulus (yellow sac spider) was paired with the unconditioned stimulus of pain by biting me, it triggered the same response as the unconditioned stimulus. So, after the spider had bitten me and inflicted that pain, I had the same response of fear that I originally did with any feeling of pain. In doing so, the neutral stimulus (yellow sac spider) became a conditioned stimulus that caused fear (conditioned response) whenever I would see one. It was with learned stimuli and corresponding responses that a once simple, little spider, became a petrifying monster as my perspective on it changed through experience. Tyler Baird Where I am today with my fear of spiders... Works Cited - Pictures Basma. (n.d.). 1000 Life Hacks. Retrieved from Pinterest: Explore Arachnids, Anthropods and More. (n.d.). Retrieved from Pinterest: Ppaszkowski. (n.d.). For Those Scared Of Spiders. Retrieved from Indulgy: Ursula. (2006, May 24). Spider Myths. Retrieved from Ursula Williams Wordpress: Yellow Sac Spider Bite: Pictures, Symptoms & First Aids. (n.d.). Retrieved from Health Guidances: Generalization like comment share Yellow Sac Spider like comment share Status Update Works Cited - Information McLeod, S. (2014). Classical Conditioning. Retrieved from Simply Psychology. My Spider Experience After the yellow sac spider had bitten me, I had reason to be scared of it, specifically. However, my fear broadened into being scared of any kind of spider, not just the type of spider that bit me. The conditioned stimuli (yellow sac spider) caused a conditioned response (fear and screaming), but I went on to generalize my fear me treating similar stimuli in the same way. Rather than just being scared of the yellow sac spider, I became fearful of all arachnids because of the traumatic experience I had with the bite. The generalization went as far as being scared of spiders like daddy long legs that aren't very harmful. It's merely the similarities in the stimuli that cause me to be scared of them. Classical Conditioning is a learning process that occurs when two stimuli are repeatedly paired; a response that is at first elicited by the second stimulus is eventually elicited by the first stimulus alone. Classical conditioning is the relating of certain stimuli, that through experience, trigger the same responses that once differed. Sometimes, it is possible that a conditioned stimuli can lose the conditioned response that it has been paired with, but a lot of the time it stays with the person, which is what happened in my case.

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