Even though fiber optics is very efficient and better technology others. But it also has some disadvantages as well. One of them is system reconfiguration. In order to update any work area with fiber optics can take a lot more money and time because every hardware and software has to update according to the needs of fiber optics. Sometimes it’s really fine to send high speed data out from serial coaction than parallel.
One of the more enduring myths in Western society is that wars are somehow good for the economy. Many people see a great deal of evidence to support this myth, after all World War II came directly after the Great Depression. This faulty belief stems from a misunderstanding of the economic way of thinking. The standard "a war gives the economy a boost" argument goes as follows: Let's suppose that the economy is in the low end of the business cycle, so we're in a recession or just a period of low economic growth. The unemployment rate is high, people may be making less purchases than they were a year or two ago, and overall output is flat.
Promoting democracy can be very expensive and there is no guarantee that there will be success in creating a democratic government in many states. A recent example of an attempt at promoting democracy can be seen in Iraq. The United States spent an estimated $10 billion dollars per month to sustain democracy promotion (Democracy Promotion 2007). The efforts of promoting democracy are seen as a failure which created a heavy burden on tax payers. United S... ... middle of paper ... ...promoting democracy in failed states the risk of civil wars will be reduced, however the process of democratizing a failed state is much more substantial.
This caused a great financial problem for the cities inhabitants, as the taxes would have to rise and also the government because large amounts of money would be needed to rebuild. Even though many of the buildings, possibly the newer ones, were earthquake proof or could withstand a great deal of shock they were also destroyed. This because the older buildings that were not able to withstand the shock were destroyed and collapsed on top of the other buildings, which also collapsed, o... ... middle of paper ... ...ke was deeper in the earth, then it wouldn’t be as strongly felt on the surface. Then again this depends on the plates and which way they move, or which plate is faster or slower, or which plate will push the other under itself. This all matters as it will tell us the strength of the earthquake, but this is not the answer to the question.
This would be because the people working off welfare would really be working off the tax payers money. So, the people who aren't living off welfare would be paying higher taxes and the people who are living on welfare would be paying less taxes. Education Education is an important factor in society today. Without education, we wouldn't be able to boost our technology. Boosting the technology would then help us in the medical field, help us build better houses that are more durable to earthquakes, etc.
It has increased the efficiency of homeland security because without software such as the MATRIX, identifying terrorists and locating criminal histories would become much more time consuming. Receiving satellite pictures and interfering phone calls with suspected terrorists would consume valuable time in the security process. Computers are beneficial because they can increase the speed of the security process and help us locate vital information with greater ease. ... ... middle of paper ... ...d much faster. Without computers we would be unable to track threats to our nation as fast, causing us to not be prepares, and would take to much time to look up histories of people without computers.
However earthquakes are harder to predict and the best people can do is prepare, which costs money. This is where LEDC’s suffer more when they are hit by a natural disaster. They do not have the money to prepare sufficiently, and then do not have the money to restore afterwards. If we had no knowledge of how plate tectonics, how they work and what features they create, many more people would die when disasters strike, and the world would suffer more economically. By managing these, we cannot prevent an earthquake, volcanic eruption or tsunami from occurring, but we can predict when, and how badly they will occur.
There may not be an easy way to fix this economic crisis, but there is a wrong way. Masking and covering up the debt with more debt is not going to replenish the money flow. Dispersing the debt helps, and it can give the economy more time to replenish its resources, before all the “I owe yous” are due. I strongly believe that this three step plan will work. In addition to being effective, it also puts more power into the hands of American Citizens, the banks and the Government, by sharing the responsibility and conquering this debt.
It is important, though, to know that industry makes new innovations that humans could benefit from, but sometimes these innovations might have negative impacts on our planet. For instance, during the 1900s, humans invented motor vehicles that help people to transport from one place to the other faster than what it used to be in the past. This was very beneficial for humans to use as a new technology that makes our daily activates much easier than the past, but the fact is that global warming has had just begun to increase during the 1900s. Despite the few human activities that benefit Earth, there are many activities that harm the planet, such as industrialization, transportation, population, and agriculture. All of such that cause pollution which is the main factor that planet Earth suffers the most.
With lower gas prices people save more money and can spend it in other goods and services therefore raising that nations GDP. But for exporting countries the declining oil prices are harmful, because they suffer potentially budget downfalls. In major exporting countries such as Russia and Venezuela the downfall of oil prices is harmful for their economies. The oil extraction and production costs it normally maintain as a standard in the short run and if the sales are made at a cheaper price the revenues are less than expected. But in a long term it may become dangerous because oil producing countries budgets were based on expectations of $100 or more per barrel ( ).