A Study Of: John Hick's “The Problem Of Evil” And Arthur C. Clarke's “The Star”

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Biology is a life science which studies living organisms and how they interact with each other and their environment. It examines the structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, and distribution of living organisms because life is organized in a hierarchical manner from atoms to molecules and then to organelles, cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organisms, populations, communities, ecosystems, and biosphere.
I find the four major unifying principles formed as the foundation of biology, namely the cell structures, the evolution of living organisms, genetics, meiosis, and homeostasis to be ...view middle of the document...

The more I learned about the foundation of biology, the more I was surprised about the mysterious nature of the creatures’ feedback mechanisms. The feedback mechanism is often involved in maintaining homeostasis, with which the body’s systems are stabilized and self-perpetuated.
As the result of my biology study at LAVC, the importance of maintaining homeostasis interests me significantly and it connects me deeply with the nursing program I am pursing since nursing work is to assist patients to maintain their homeostasis. Controlling bodily conditions such as blood pressure, body temperature and blood glucose are all related to homeostasis. Nursing knowledge is not only about caring for patients but is also about having the variety of knowledge in terms of the connection between human beings and living organisms affected human beings.
I would like to use my knowledge and information I learned in biology study as well as physiology subjects to care for patients as well as to assist doctors as a nurse. In order to complete of my goal, I would like to finish my pre-requisite subjects and apply accelerated Bachelor of Science at either Mount St. Mary’s college or California State University Northridge. I already possess master’s degree in business and have over 15 years of team work experience in the advertising field. I believe that these experiences would help me achieve career goal and to succeed in it.

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