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Bibliography- Kingoflizards

1. Hoshaw, Lindsay. “Afloat in the Ocean, Expanding Islands of Trash.” New York Times. 10 Nov. 2009. Web. 06 Feb. 2017 Background: A gyre is a term for a swirl or vortex caused by ocean currents. In one of these gyres off … Continue reading

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Reflective-KingofLizards

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. Throughout the course, Professor Hodges has focussed directly on development. Through multiple stages and … Continue reading

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Research Argument- Kingoflizards

There is an island of garbage in the Pacific Ocean that is nearly twice the size of Texas. While it is not the only garbage patch, or trash vortex in the world, The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is the largest … Continue reading

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Rebuttal—kingoflizards

Rebuttal: Garbage Patch The thesis of my paper revolves around the idea that the world needs to come together and fix the problem that is the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. The reason that this idea is controversial is that the … Continue reading

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Definition Argument -Kingoflizards

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a stain on the Earth. While it is not the only garbage patch, or “trash vortex” in the world, it is the largest. Being twice the size of Texas,  it is a massive danger … Continue reading

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Visual Rhetoric-kingoflizards

Video: Hard at work Hurricane Matthew Relief O:01: An origami money-heart unfolds to the left of the screen upon a brown background. The dollar looks old, crumpled, and heavily used. The idea that it was a heart to begin with, … Continue reading

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