Jump to content

vend3tta

Member
  • Content Count

    23
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

9 Okay

About vend3tta

  • Rank
    Junior-Varsity
  1. There are obviously going to be multiple potential alts with varying degrees or extremity but a generic one may just involve recognizing the relationship between women and the environment (and the patriarchy) and examining our policies on the environment through a feminist lens.
  2. vend3tta

    Oceans Ks

    There should be a lot of old k files from camps on the open evidence project, if you're looking for a place to start.
  3. vend3tta

    Street T?

    Could someone explain the Street T centennial ran last night?
  4. vend3tta

    TOC watching

    University Prep DK vs. GBN DK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgdSfgsJsIs
  5. vend3tta

    TOC watching

    Notre Dame AB vs. Damien MR https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2Nv1y-ZD2I
  6. vend3tta

    TOC watching

    And the next one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqs3PnvyAmM
  7. vend3tta

    TOC streaming

    http://www.cross-x.com/topic/57125-toc-watching/
  8. vend3tta

    TOC watching

    Here's the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsKxaOLFXU0
  9. vend3tta

    Crimea

    Anyone have any thoughts on the whole Crimea issue: Should the vote by Crimea to join the Russia Federation be considered legitimate? Is Russia actually going to stop with Crimea (as they've claimed) or will more of Eastern Ukraine become part of the Russian Federation?
  10. vend3tta

    Fem K reading

    Which database did you find it on? (I've been looking through several and haven't found a copy yet).
  11. Could you clarify what you need help with?
  12. Yes. Also I'd argue you should prefer oceans as a collective (or the interp that there is only one ocean) because it allows substantive debate instead of risking debates on whether or not the plan crosses ocean boundaries or not and etc NOS 1/23/14 (National Ocean Service, Ocean Facts: There is Only One Global Ocean, http://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/howmanyoceans.html) While there is only one global ocean, the vast body of water that covers 71 percent of the Earth is geographically divided into distinct named regions. The boundaries between these regions have evolved over time for a variety of historical, cultural, geographical, and scientific reasons.¶ Historically, there are four named oceans: the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, and Arctic. However, most countries—including the United States—now recognize the Southern (Antarctic) as the fifth ocean. The Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian are known as the three major oceans.¶ The Southern Ocean is the 'newest' named ocean. It is recognized by the U.S. Board on Geographic Names as the body of water extending from the coast of Antarctica to the line of latitude at 60 degrees South. The boundaries of this ocean were proposed tothe International Hydrographic Organization in 2000. However, not all countries agree on the proposed boundaries, so this has yet to be ratified by members of the IHO. The U.S. is a member of the IHO, represented by the NOS Office of Coast Survey.¶
  13. vend3tta

    Big affs

    I think it would be extra-topical IF the affirmative claims certain space advantages, because (in many cases) that would require an exploration of space in addition to ocean development.
×
×
  • Create New...