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Rubble Recycling

Rubble is the collection of fragments or remains of brick, concrete, mortar, steel, wood, etc., from waste in the construction, renovation and / or demolition of structures such as buildings, residences and bridges. Construction debris is therefore made up of debris and material fragments, while demolition is made up only of debris, thus having a higher qualitative potential compared to construction debris.
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The RH blood group system

A third blood group system was discovered from experiments developed by Landsteiner and Wiener in 1940 with monkey blood of the genus Rhesus. These researchers found that by injecting the blood of this monkey into guinea pigs, antibodies were produced to combat the introduced red blood cells.
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Digestion Problems

Indigestion is a disturbance of digestive functions. It is very difficult to find a person who has never had indigestion, and for most people it is just a passing annoyance. However, for some people the symptoms of indigestion can be so severe that they interfere with daily activity, impairing quality of life.
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Creationism: Origin of Life by Special Creation

Prior to the scientific attempts related to the origin of life, the idea of ​​special creation, according to which life is the result of the conscious action of a Creator, was already widespread. This stream of thought, which has come to be called creationist, is based on faith and the biblical texts - especially the book of Genesis - that relate the idea of ​​the origin of life from the religious point of view.
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Intra-specific competition

It is the inharmonious intraspecific relationship between individuals of the same species when they compete for the same environmental factors, especially space and food. This relationship determines the density of the populations involved. Cannibalism Cannibalism is the individual who kills and eats another of the same species. Occurs with scorpions, spiders, fish, planarians, rodents, etc.
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Waterborne diseases

The lack of clean drinking water and treated sewage facilitates the transmission of diseases that are estimated to cause around 30,000 deaths daily worldwide. Most of these occur among children, especially those from the poorest classes, who die dehydrated from diarrhea caused by microbes. In Brazil, unfortunately, more than 3 million families do not receive treated water and two and a half times more homes have no sewage.
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