week 9

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Stasis as Invention

1.       Facts/Problem Cannabis is classified as a Schedule 1 substance under United States Controlled Substances Laws While cannabis remains illegal, the prison system will continue to fill up, money will be sunk into ineffective DEA operations, and the drug cartels of South America will continue to make a profit off American consumers. Cannabis has been … Continue reading

Stasis as Invention

Facts The fact about disparity and discrimination in the health care system is that is has been researched and proven that people of certain races and socioeconomic classes, as well as people who live in specific geographical locations can except to receive a lower standard of healthcare than other U.S. citizens who fall into different … Continue reading

Stasis as Invention Assignment

Facts/Problems Placebo has been around since the beginning of medicine. Many doctors and medical institutes use placebos as a method to treat patients, the question is though, is that actually an effective way to treat patients? Is a placebo better than normal medicine? How do you know that the belief in placebo is the thing … Continue reading


Hallucinogenic drugs have strong psychological effects that often involve a feeling of expanding consciousness and oneness with the universe. For this reason they have been used since ancient times to facilitate religious experiences; however, because these same drugs are also abused recreationally, there is a dominant culture that magnifies their harmfulness and overlooks their benefits. … Continue reading

Stasis as Invention: In-Class Assignment

1. Facts/Problem What are the facts? An eating disorder is more than just strict diet and excessive exercise. It is a mental issue that, if not treated immediately, turns into a physical illness. Is there a problem/issue? Yes, there is a problem. Many people are faced with this disorder and some may not even be … Continue reading

WRT 102 Stasis As Invention( Capital Punishment)

1. Facts Capital Punishment is a method in which prisoners are punished by death for committing a crime of high caliber. One of the many problems with Capital Punishment is that felons who commit crimes have the ability to leave prison early due to good behavior, instead of serving life sentences. This factor in many … Continue reading