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The most powerful Pokemon ever

No mewtwo is stronger than mew they built him to me smarter and more powerful than mew.....it shows the scientist in the movie

What is the most popular attraction in New York City

The most popular attraction in the New York city are the bright and colorful high buildings.

Did Alan Dunlop serve in the World War 2

Without knowing which Alan Dunlop you want to know about we are unable to answer your question. There are MANY Alan Dunlops in this world. Please resubmit your question with the specifics of the Alan Dunlop you want to know about. Keep in mind that anyone who served in World War 2 had to have been born prior to 1927.

When was Alan Weisman born

Alan Weisman was born in 1947.

What distinguishes literary nonfiction from traditional nonfiction

Imagery

What kind of structure is most common in green literature

Chronological and cause-and-effect

Is New York city a manmade or natural feature

Man made

Which action did John Muir take that brought about green awareness

he influenced congress to pass the National Park bill in 1890

What do Henry David Thoreau and Annie Dillard have in common

They both lived off the land to gain greater insight into life.

How does Alan Weisman most clearly use text structure to prove his points

He narrates the story of natures destruction by human settlements.

Which claim would Alan Weisman most likely agree with

the human impact on the environment is long lasting but ultimately temporary.

Which two kinds of structures are most common in green literature

Chronological or cause-effect

Which topic is most related to the theme of energy in green literature

Alternative Transportation

What is the poet Sara Teasdale most likely criticizing in There Will Come Soft Rains

Humanity’s importance to the world

Which story topic would most likely be explored in green literature

I suspect anything to do with the environment, and why it is used in literature such as this.

What topic or theme do all three poems in the reading have in common

Humanity's destructiveness

Which sentence is an example of chronological structure in The City Without Us

After 20 years, rusted beams in buildings will cause them to start collapsing.

What is the significance of bridges to the ecosystem of New York City according to Alan Weisman

they allow species like coyotes to reach manhattan

Which situation is the clearest example of cause and effect in The City Without Us

flooding

What is one main purpose of science fiction

To explore the possible consequences of present human behavior APEX

According to the chapter what is Dr. Eric Sanderson's goal

to determine what manhattan island was like before it became a city

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