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(Unicamp 2016) Segundo o texto, "Texting walkers" são pessoas que

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(Unicamp 2016) If you believe in freedom of speech, you believe in freedom of speech for views you dont like. Goebbels was in favor of freedom of speech for views he liked. So was Stalin. If youre in favor of freedom of speech, that means youre in favor of freedom of speech precisely for views you despise. (Noam Chomsky) (Fonte: http://noam-chomsky.tumblr.com/post/7223808896/if-you-believe-in-freedom-of-speech-you-believe.) O autor do texto

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(Unicamp 2016) Que mudanças no comportamento dessas pessoas são decorrentes da adaptação à tecnologia apresentada no texto?

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18. (Unicamp 2016) The Future of Food SCENARIO PLANNING TRAINING In 2030... What will we eat? Where will our food come from? Will we all have enough?   Using the global system as a backdrop, expert scenario practitioners will help you apply the methodology that systematically imagines multiple futures and their risks and opportunities   START ONLINE, THEN COME TO STANFORD UNIVERSITY Application deadline AUGUST 3, 2015 Online content opens August 10, 2015 Onsite Immersion at Stanford Sept.28-Oct.1, 2015 Apply now at WORLDVIEW.STANFORD.EDU SPACE LIMITED TO 32 PARTICIPANTS (Adaptado de Stanford Magazine, July/August 2015, p.3.)   O texto anuncia um  

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(UNICAMP - 2016) If you believe in freedom of speech, you believe in freedom of speech for views you dont like. Goebbels was in favor of freedom of speech for views he liked. So was Stalin. Ifyoure in favor of freedom of speech, that means youre infavor of freedom of speech precisely for views youdespise. O autor do texto

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(UNICAMP - 2016) Na tirinha, Calvin dá dicas sobre como

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(UNICAMP - 2016) O texto anuncia um

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(UNICAMP - 2016) The first day of college I was a ball of nerves. I rememberwalking into my first class and running to the first seat Ifound, thinking everyone would be staring at me. Butnobody seemed to notice and then it hit me: The fact thatnobody knew me meant nobody would judge, which, uponreflection, was what I was scared of the most. I told myselfto let go. All along the year, I forced myself into situationsthat were uncomfortable for me for example, auditioningfor a dance piece. Believe it or not, that performance was ahighlight of my freshman year. My advice: challengeyourself to try something new, something you couldnt havedone in high school. Ria Jagasia, Vanderbilt University,18. (Adaptado de http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/02/ education/edlife/advice-for-new-students-from-those-who-know-old-students.html?ref=edlife.) No primeiro dia de faculdade, Ria ficou muito nervosa

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2016Inglês

(UNICAMP - 2016) The first day of college I was a ball of nerves. I rememberwalking into my first class and running to the first seat Ifound, thinking everyone would be staring at me. Butnobody seemed to notice and then it hit me: The fact thatnobody knew me meant nobody would judge, which, uponreflection, was what I was scared of the most. I told myselfto let go. All along the year, I forced myself into situationsthat were uncomfortable for me for example, auditioningfor a dance piece. Believe it or not, that performance was ahighlight of my freshman year. My advice: challengeyourself to try something new, something you couldnt havedone in high school. Ria Jagasia, Vanderbilt University,18. (Adaptado de http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/02/ education/edlife/advice-for-new-students-from-those-who-know-old-students.html?ref=edlife.) Para lidar com a situação, a estratégia adotada foi deixarde se preocupar e

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(UNICAMP - 2016) If apes go extinct, so could entire forests Bonobos eat a lot of fruit, and fruit contains seeds.Those seeds travel through a bonobos digestive systemwhile bonobo itself travels around the forest. A few hours later, the seeds end up being deposited far from where thefruits were plucked. And that is where the new trees comefrom. According to a paper recently published, if thebonobos disappeared, the plants would also likely goextinct, for many trees and plants species in Congo relyalmost exclusively on bonobos for seed dispersal. The bonobo has two major functions here. First of all,many seeds will not germinate well unless they have beenhandled by another species. Stomach acids and intestinalprocesses make the seed more able to absorb water andlater sprout. Secondly, many seeds will not succeed if they remaintoo close to their parental trees. The seeds that fell to theground near their parents did not survive because they were choked off by the nearby plants. The bonobos eatabout 3,5 hours every day and travel a mean of 1.2kilometers from meal sites before defecating. Qual é a explicação para o título?

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(UNICAMP - 2016) Weve modified our behavior so we can text and walk Texting or checking social media or reading/responding tomail or reading the news or checking the weather orwatching a video while walking is a pretty commonphenomenon. Its so common that most people who own amobile device have become texting walkers.Research suggests that these texters adopt protectivemeasures to minimize the risk of accidents when walking.Theyre less likely to trip because they shorten their steplength, reduce step frequency, lengthen the time duringwhich both feet are in contact with the ground, and increase obstacle clearance height. Taken together this creates anexaggerated image of walking, but it apparently slows thewalker enough so that he registers some of what is happening around him and can compensate for it. Segundo o texto, Texting walkers são pessoas que

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2016Inglês

(UNICAMP - 2016) Weve modified our behavior so we can text and walk Texting or checking social media or reading/responding tomail or reading the news or checking the weather orwatching a video while walking is a pretty commonphenomenon. Its so common that most people who own amobile device have become texting walkers.Research suggests that these texters adopt protectivemeasures to minimize the risk of accidents when walking.Theyre less likely to trip because they shorten their steplength, reduce step frequency, lengthen the time duringwhich both feet are in contact with the ground, and increase obstacle clearance height. Taken together this creates anexaggerated image of walking, but it apparently slows thewalker enough so that he registers some of what is happening around him and can compensate for it. Que mudanças no comportamento dessas pessoas sãodecorrentes da adaptação à tecnologia apresentada notexto?

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