A primary goal of ETD initiatives is to make the research and scholarship conducted by graduate students freely and openly accessible. Another goal is to give future academics opportunities to prepare electronic works such as book chapters, journal articles, and conference presentations, assuming that they will be publishing electronically in the future also. Yet another goal is to expand the medium of expression for graduate research and scholarship to more than words and figures that can be reproduced on paper, to other media, including audio and video. There are awards available for outstanding ETDs.
My daughter is in 3rd grade and working on her first science project. The question she came up with is how much electricity runs through potatoes, apples, lemons, and tomatoes? We need some help figuring out what might be our dependent variables and would a good hypothesis be stating which one you feel will yield the highest voltage? We are going to hook them all up to a voltmeter to see which one puts out the highest voltage. We found our real world application for the project is to use these as batteries. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
I know the video that you are talking about, but be aware that Trump did not actually make that video! It was created by an indie producer named Mike Diva. So if you want to write a thesis statement around this video, you’ll want to understand it’s purpose according to the creator. Diva writes about his video, “Trump is turned into the ultimate teen idol, dictator, and action hero, all rolled into one. He seig heils in front of a swastika and destroys the world, but he creates an amazing spectacle in the process. And the video seems to be saying that that’s all the media really care about.”