Answer: The removal of the brain results in the fastest death. Although there are many ways of facilitating death (shooting, poisoning, infection, gassing etc), all deaths are the result of full loss of brain function.
Loss of brain function can occur from: - direct damage to the brain: infection, disease or trauma such as shooting or crushing; or
- loss of oxygen to the brain: blood loss via injury or shock, blockage to vessels, failure to pump oxygen (heart failure or poisoning).
Answer: Technically blood loss is Hypovolemia, which is a state of decreased blood volume, or more specifically blood plasma. Therefore blood loss is classified as Hypovolemic Shock, which, although independently referred to on its own, can also fall into the class of Distributive Shock. This is caused by any form of hypoxia, which more often then not, is a relative form of Hypovolemia, or blood loss. So essentially- Hypovolemic Shock=Distributive Shock as it = a relative form of Hypovolemia
So if you are trying to be specific to an the issue, use HS, but if you want a category that also pertains to other similar shock types, use DS.
Answer: This may refer to John Calvin / Jean Cauvin (1509-1564), a French theologian who was one of the leading Reformers within the Protestant movement. He was supported in his work by Guillaume Farel and Martin Bucer.Early promoters of the Puritan theology* were Robert Abbot (1588-1662), William Ames (1576-1633), and John Arrowsmith (1602-1659).Unlike the separatist church of the Pilgrims, the Puritans who came to the American colonies were mostly Calvinists. Many settled in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.*At the Westminster Assembly of 1643-1649 (called by Parliament and opposed by Charles I), the Puritan assembly form of the Church was represented by the presbyterians Edward Reynolds, George Gillespie and Samuel Rutherford.
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Answer: Religion played a large role in the lives of Native Americans. They believed that land was sacred and that spirits lives in everything all around them. :) Religion played a big role in Native Americans lives for example Native Americans tried to honor the spirits in their daily lives!
Answer: The Native Americans were aboriginal. Their beliefs were not "religious". They respected all things as equals, and this is why their society was sustainable.
Their entire culture was diferent than the one you see today. This is why they were able to survive so long without worrying about running out of energy. Their belief was in spirits that guide them and not a competition of gods.
What were the results of the loss of native lives to disease in the early Americas?
Answer: Disease was certainly a main cause in Native American deaths ( along with massacres). Missionaries and explorers brought diseases that were not present n the Indian populations, and because of this they did not have any build-up of immunity to be able to effectively fight them off. They spread like wildfire and killed many.
Answer: There are many upon many Native American bloodlines, in the Americas. Every American Native bloodline has a unique way of life, not religion, passed down unto them generation after generation. Native American was the only way before the white man came. The only way, was made up of many ways. Many Native American bloodlines have been set into extinction, through slaughter, forced migration onto barren lands, mass and selected sterilization, subjected to fatal diseases, etc. For the few remaining bloodlines, tracing back to the original way of life has been a struggle. There are many successful bloodlines that have reunited themselves with the unique way of life and incorporate every day with this way. To be sure, Native Americans never had religion, rather a way of life. Therefore, if it is not recognized as a religion it will surely never be recognized as a majority religion, in the Americas.
Answer: the native population was destroyed by European colonization, once they began interacting with each other trade and war both erupted between the groups, disease being the number one killer by far due to the natives having no resistance to the European diseases, followed by war with Europeans.
Answer: The Spanish had a profound effect on the native population of theAmericas. They initially enslaved the natives via the encomienda,destroyed native cultures through the Missions, pillaged theirkingdoms, and brought diseases the natives had no immunity against.
Answer: They came to america because of Christopher columbus discovering it. They traveled by ship ans harshly settled in pensylvania. They came because they would be free from having to change their religion and it would be easy to live. But it wasnt as easy as they thought
Answer: The first people to were native americans, and their ancestors were from Asia, who went over the Bering Strait between Alaska and Russia, which was dry land at the time. They were following the animals that they hunted. Later, water rose and they were isolated in the Americas
Answer: Early people in the Americas migrated south to follow the coast andmake the best life using natural resources. This type of behaviorfacilitated the human population explosion. The warmer climatesalso offered more wildlife for food purposes.