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The Tomorrow City by Monica Hughes

- The Tomorrow City by Monica Hughes The plot of this book centres around two adolescents, David and Caro and an evil supercomputer which aspires to control the futuristic city of Thompsonville.  Dr. Henderson, Caro's Father creates the "perfect" computer designed to solve all of the problems of Thompsonville by gaining almost complete power of the city.  The computer then begins to make rash decisions of it's own. It decides that humans are incapable of making decisions of there own and soon devises a method of controlling the minds of everyone in the city....   [tags: Hughes Tomorrow City]

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The Use of Language in A Fable for Tomorrow by Rachel Carson

- The Use of Language in A Fable for Tomorrow by Rachel Carson The extracts give the impression of stark contrast, even contradictions, from the very beginning. The author chooses to use the word fable in the title, which, traditionally, is something fictional and also usually refers to the past and yet this is coupled with ‘tomorrow’. This indicates that the author is looking to show the reader that, although the situation she refers to in the second extract may not be factual in its entirety, it may not be long before it is....   [tags: A Fable for Tomorrow Rachel Carson Essays]

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Comparison of Macbeth and Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow

- All people have probably considered that immortality would be an extremely joyous experience. William Shakespeare’s play Macbeth, tells of the quality of life and how man exerts it; this is in direct comparison with Tomorrow, Tomorrow and Tomorrow, written by Kurt Vaunnegut. Where as he also writes of the quality of life with the implication of immortality by drinking the miracle drink, Anti-Geresone....   [tags: essays research papers]

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I Will Write Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow

- I Will Write Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow "We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars." - Oscar Wilde Life, I think, if we could map it out on some sort of cosmic parchment, would be a tapestry of paths taken, woven in on each other in a tangle resembling nothing if not a spider web. Somewhere in the midst of these interlocking and twisting trails of all the ways I've gone, the ways I've planned to go and the roads I have abandoned I managed to find two trends that form a frame for all the other twists and turns that may come....   [tags: Personal Narrative Writing]

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A Greener Tomorrow

- Patagonia & Tesla Motors Paving the Way for a Green Tomorrow Introduction This paper will discuss two leaders in their perspective industries that are embracing the future of a “green” economy. The two companies discussed are Patagonia Inc. and Tesla Motors. The paper will describe what each company specializes in and how they remain competitive with their non-green competitors. In addition the difference between how Patagonia and Tesla create their product and deliver it to market differs from non-green competitors will be discussed....   [tags: Environmental Issues]

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Tomorrow is not Today, Today is not Yesterday

- The great Buddha once said, “The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, worry about the future, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly” (Jonathan, How to Live in the Present). Unfortunately, humanity today doesn’t always conform to that statement. The human race generally hates chaos and disorganization in any shape or form. That being said, humans love to plan ahead and look to the past to avoid future mistakes.Typically this is fine to do, since everybody does it at some point in their life, but its when you begin to over think the events of the past or the future that it becomes a problem....   [tags: Organization, Worrying, Future]

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The Impact of the Internet on the People of Tomorrow

- The People of Tomorrow Technology is progressing very rapidly, and is hurting today’s society. People are abusing the uses of technology. The Internet, which first begun in the mid-1970s, has made huge impact on our generation today. It has its benefits such as brain cell research and the cure for Cancer. People are abusing its uses. Online shopping, playing games, and social media are just some of the ways people abuse technology. Although technology has done great things for society such as medical research, it also gives society a way to isolate themselves by having access to virtually anything, with the touch of a mouse....   [tags: technology, harmful, social media]

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Science and Students: The World of Tomorrow

- Everyone says this generation is the future, the people and the citizens of tomorrow’s society. Except if this generation is not educated to grow and progress with the planet and learn how to help it, there will be no “next generation”; the earth simply will not be able to sustain our life forms. This is why science education is important to the future of our lives and our planet. Where if not for the innovation of science and its cures, we would still be living in the Dark Ages where the simple flu would have killed a family, and smallpox and other diseases caused epidemics and panics....   [tags: Science Education ]

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Cloning: The Face of a Better Tomorrow

- As the world has grown and developed, there has been more of a demand for newer and more efficient ways to solve world problems. Cloning has opened up doors and shined some light onto some optional ways of resolving various global issues. Cloned animals could be used to increase productivity in the manufacturing and sale of meat. Cloning could also improve our agriculture and help to preserve our animal population. Lastly, cloning could quite possibly serve a major purpose in the medical field. In spite of several doubts and risks, cloning is an innovative process that can produce a variety of overwhelming benefits that can better today’s and tomorrow’s future....   [tags: Ethics ]

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Cultural Understanding: For a Better Tomorrow

- Cultural Understanding: For a Better Tomorrow Communication is the basic of human relation. What one learns during youth will influence them for the years to come. What a better way to make a difference then to help shape young mind. Teaching them to communicate with individuals from different background is a grand move toward expending one’s perspective. Language is a great way to learn more about other culture, and the world around us. After all, children need to be nourished in order to bring a better and more understanding world....   [tags: Japan]

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Hypercar: An Improved Tomorrow

- The majority of people, especially in America, cannot go about their daily lives without a car. Automobiles have instilled themselves in peoples’ lives and shown their usefulness since their debut in 1769. Since then, humans have redesigned and refined the automobile thousands of times, each time making the vehicle more efficient and economical than before. Now as the world approaches an ethical decision to dwarf all others, many people look toward automotives for yet another change. The emergence of the hypercar due to ecological turmoil exemplifies the change the world has demanded....   [tags: Automobiles ]

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The Office Of Tomorrow

- The Office of Tomorrow      In an increasing number of companies, traditional office space is giving way to community areas and empty chairs as employees work from home, from their cars or from virtually anywhere. Advanced technologies and progressive HR strategies make these alternative offices possible.      Imagine it's 2 o'clock on a Wednesday afternoon. Inside the dining room of many nationwide offices, Joe Smith, manager of HR, is downing a sandwich and soda while wading through phone and E-mail messages....   [tags: Technology Predicting Business Office Essays]

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Speculative Fiction in Marionettes, Inc. by Ray Bradbury and Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow by Kurt Vonnegut

- Think of a story that takes our world and changes it into something we all wish for, or something no one would ever believe happening. This is what we call speculative fiction. It is a story that is pure fiction whether it is about zombies, horror, utopias, or an alternative history. Both stories show speculative fiction well. “Marionettes, Inc.” has two main characters. The characters had both gone out to drink with each other and were returning home. One of the characters is named Barling he is married to a woman he does not love....   [tags: population, fear, technology]

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Invest in the Students of today, The leader of Tomorrow

- INVEST IN THE STUDENTS OF TODAY…THEY ARE THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW "There is nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come." Transcendental Meditation is much more than an idea -- it is a powerful, proven technology to unfold our most precious natural resource -- the human mind. It is a technology whose time has come. The whole of society is already the better for it -- the future will be even brighter.” - Robert Roth We live in a society where students are taunted by technology and manipulated by the media, yet they are expected to concentrate, be still, stay focused, and pay attention at the same time....   [tags: Psychology ]

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Designer Baby: Tomorrow’s Future

- Designer Baby: Tomorrow’s Future Imagine a world where diseases, such as cancer, are obsolete and choosing babies physical appearance is the new fad—imagine the designer baby. A “designer baby” is an informal name used to describe a baby whose genetic makeup is altered through pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) (see figure 1 for more information on the process). The term designer baby implies that a baby’s genetic makeup can be pieced together, as many do with clothes. Hence, a designer baby is essentially like designer clothes....   [tags: ethics, freedom, building master race]

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The Analysis of 'The Day after Tomorrow'

- The Analysis of 'The Day after Tomorrow' ‘The Day After Tomorrow’ starring Dennis Quaid and Jake Gyllenhaal was the long awaited big money blockbuster from the world renowned director, Roland Emmerich. Emmerich’s previous accomplishments include the hugely popular hits Independence Day and Godzilla. Although immensely successful both films follow a pretty similar basic, bland story line. Essentially both plots are just mass destruction and the eventual defeat of a fictitious enemy by a male hero....   [tags: Papers]

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A Fable for Tomorrow by Carson

- A Fable for Tomorrow by Carson How does the Author of the following extracts use language to convey changes and contrasts in mood and meaning. The title of the chapter “A Fable for Tomorrow” gives the impression that the novel is a log of events and a tale of what might be in the future if present practises and the use of pesticides were allowed to continue....   [tags: Papers]

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The Electoral College Then, Now, and Tomorrow

- The Electoral College Then, Now, and Tomorrow The Electoral College system has been in place for over 200 years and Americans are still not sure how it works or if it is the best system. Many Americans feel they go to the polls every year and vote for the president, and in the long run they are in control of the fate of our executive branch. With the 1992 election it was clear that many people had little understanding for how a president is chosen; the 1992 election came close to having no majority of electors due to Ross Perot and his third party....   [tags: Papers]

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Critique of The Day After Tomorrow

- Critique of The Day After Tomorrow      The movie, The Day After Tomorrow, addresses the issue of global warming. The movie?s portrayal of the events caused by global warming was extreme and not very believable. Some of the information is backed up by science but most is completely off the wall and nonrealistic.            The movie cited the cause of the global climate change to be the rise in temperature due to greenhouse gasses. The warmer temperatures caused the polar ice caps to melt, and the increased amount of freshwater in the ocean disrupted the North Atlantic Current....   [tags: Movie Film Review Global Warming Essays]

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Instant Messaging the Conversation of Tomorrow

- Instant Messaging the Conversation of Tomorrow I can remember my first day here at Eastern Michigan University. I moved in all of my belongings, including the new computer my parents bought me to start off the new school year. After setting everything up in my room I hooked up the computer and signed on to my AOL Instant Messenger for the first time. I wanted a screen name that would some how reflect my personality and ended up with butterfly3742. The butterfly referring to my free spirit emerging from the cocoon of my parent’s home, and the 3742 was the last four digits of my brand new very own telephone number....   [tags: Computers Communication Essays]

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Oh, Ill Do It Tomorrow

- Oh, I'll Do It Tomorrow Washing the dishes after a meal, doing your homework, getting up in the mornings, calling a loved one; These are only a few activities you might put off doing until the last possible minute. You don't enjoy doing them and it takes time to do them. Time that you would rather spend doing something enjoyable, right. Well, procrastination may not seem like a bad habit, but you would be surprised of the effects it can have on your health, relationships, job, and even your future....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Short Story Chocco's and the Poem Tomorrow's Song

- ... People are living a life of ignorance believing that the earth is permanent. Snyder said “myths die; even continents are impermanent” (13). Snyder does not introduce the theme of impermanence in this line in order to confront us that in fact it is not necessary to transform our approach to nature because, after all, nothing lasts forever so if it is not us who will, for instance, cause extinction of a plant species, then it will surely once disappear itself. On the contrary, the poet aims to encourage human society to change their attitude to their environment because the fact that everything is impermanent represents the reason why we should do everything we can to move gently and caus...   [tags: literary analysis, symbolism and allegories]

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Tomorrow Rests on Our Abilty to Rebel with Cause

- Life is what we make it. Live so there are answers you will want to hear. Live with purpose. Purposes are all around us. Live so that when there are regrets, it is because your adventure here on earth is ending, and not because you left things undone, unsaid, or unaccomplished. The best leaders address the connection between people, strategy, and results in an organization by communicating the significance of the company’s work in a way that people understand the value of their work and how important their work performance is to the success of the company....   [tags: purpose, leadership, action]

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The Day After Tomorrow: Remediating Global Warming

- Global warming, an increase in the average of Earth’s temperature, has been occurring since the 1800s. A majority of climatologists conclude that human activities are responsible for most of the warming. The main human activities that contribute to global warming are the burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil, and natural gas) and the clearing of land (NASA). Since wealthier industrial countries use most of the world’s fossil fuels, they not surprisingly contribute most to this phenomenon. Europe, Japan, and North America – with roughly fifteen percent of the world’s current population – are estimated to account for two-thirds of the carbon dioxide now in the atmosphere (Gotham Gazette)....   [tags: Film Analysis]

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Semantic Web: An Enhancement of the Current Web

- The vast content of the World-Wide Web is used by millions. Many users employs a search engine to begin their Web activity. The query is usually a list of keywords, and the result returned is also a list of Web pages that may or may not be relevant, typically pages that contain the keywords [4]. The web of today lacks metadata which can be read by other computers. Metadata is data about data, such that, it would be possible to distinguish between 1984 (a number), 1984 (a date), 1984 (a film starring John Hurt) and Nineteen Eighty-Four (a novel by George Orwell)....   [tags: web of tomorrow, search engine, query]

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Proposal for Pandora Tomorrow

- Proposal for Pandora Tomorrow Dear MGM Studios I have chosen to make the best selling Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell books/games into my film project, in which I as the director will faithfully recreate the books characters and likenesses. The reasons why I have chosen the Tom Clancy Splinter Cell brand out of many others are because of their realistic intrigue and the books hardcore approach to modern day warfare. The story begins when it is the year 2004 and the CIA has lost contact with two of their operatives monitoring unusual activity in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia....   [tags: Papers]

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Live Today…Strive for Tomorrow

- Live Today…Strive for Tomorrow My senior year is here, and passing quite quickly. Each day “I walk with a purpose, but no destination” (Ehrlich 232). I’ve had this same purpose etched in my mind since I can remember, it occasionally changes, ever so slightly, but remains consistent—to surpass people’s expectations and achieve something out of the norm. College is around the corner, but where will that be, what will it be. Close to home. A Thousand miles away. Why am I so concerned with this aspect of life—is it because that’s what everyone else seems consumed with....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Macbeth's "Tomorrow, Tomorrow" Speech Vs. Robert Frost's "Out, Out - "

- Macbeths "tomarrow, Tomarrow" Speech Vs. Robert Frosts "out, Out - " An unknown author once wrote “Never take life too seriously; after all, no one gets out of it alive”. When reading this quote, there can almost be an immediate connection between two very good works of writing: Macbeth’s “Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow” speech from Shakespeare’s tragedy, Macbeth, and the poem “Out, Out --” by Robert Frost. Both allude to the idea that a single life, in its totality, denotes nothing, and eventually, everyone’s candle of life is blown out....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Children: Tomorrow’s Future

- Children: Tomorrow’s Future Introduction Let children be children, is not only a popular phrase heard in education, but it is also my motto. Yes, it is true, today’s children are tomorrow’s future; but how we choose to raise our children determines the outcome of our future. Many believe academics should be stressed more in schools, taking away from children’s playtime. I feel that play is what molds a child. Play allows not only a child’s imagination to run freely, but builds and strengthens children’s motor, language, cognitive, and social emotional development skills....   [tags: Education Kids Teaching Papers]

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Retaining Tomorrow's Scientists

- Retaining Tomorrow's Scientists I chose to summarize the article "Retaining Tomorrow's Scientists". This article described a study done on differences between men and women enrolled in scientific curriculums in college. It looked at how individual characteristics, experiences, and goals affected a person's success rate in graduating. It also explained why women are not as successful as men in completing their science education. For starters, the study showed that women don't seem to be as interested in math and science courses in school....   [tags: Education Learning Gender Essays]

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Educating Tomorrow’s Generation

- Educating Tomorrow’s Generation Education is defined as the act or process of educating a person. With that in mind, what is the best way to go about providing an education for tomorrow’s generation. First, the way to educate a person is to teach them. The purpose of education is to provide students with the knowledge they will need to have a successful future. When it comes to the way to educate kids I agree with John Dewey and Progressivism, which basically says we are suppose to assist with the growth of individuals....   [tags: Philosophy Education]

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A Happier Tomorrow in Today Will Be a Quiet Day

- A Happier Tomorrow in Today Will Be a Quiet Day      In the story "Today Will Be a Quiet Day" written by Amy Hempel, one may be inclined to believe that there is a tone of depression or sadness among the father and the two children. This is shown in the opening sentence, while the three are stalled in traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge. The boy states, "I think if the quake hit now the bridge would collapse and the ramps would be left" (Hempel 1202). We also learn that the boy had a best friend who committed suicide about a year before....   [tags: Today Will Be a Quiet Day Essays]

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Graduation Speech: We Are the Leaders of Tomorrow

- Anne Frank confided to her diary that, "Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands." And as we, the class of 2006, stand at the end of one path in our lives, and stare out at the field of possibilities before us, we are faced with awesome decisions. We have a wealth of knowledge behind us -- our parents and our families. We are at a point where we must decide where to go and what to do. One misstep now, even the slightest one, can cause a lifetime of regret....   [tags: Graduation Speech, Commencement Address]

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Touching the Minds of Tomorrow’s Leaders

- Touching the Minds of Tomorrow’s Leaders By nature, children are curious. I do not agree with philosophers who believe that children are either good or evil. Instead, I believe that children want to take the world in and experience the new things life has to offer to shape their personalities. The nature of knowledge is very relevant to what point they are at in life and at what particular place. For example, if a child is raised in a place where there is nothing but put-downs, he too, will learn to put down himself and others....   [tags: Education Philosophy Essays]

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My Hope for Tomorrow’s Schools

- My Hope for Tomorrow’s Schools I believe schools should help students develop their value systems, if indeed these values are of God. I am a born again Christian believer of the gospel of Jesus Christ; therefore, my values are based upon the good, the true, and the beautiful which comes from the gospel of Jesus Christ. Our society is based on a number of fundamental values; values derived from biblical truths. These truths are our highest pattern of virtue. I believe we, as teachers, have a certain degree of power to stop the moral disintegration of our society, by helping students develop biblical and Godly values....   [tags: Education Teaching Classroom Learning Essays]

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A Small Free Kiss in the Dark by Glenda Millard and Tomorrow When the War Began

- Comparison Essay A small free kiss in the dark is a book written by Glenda Millard in 2009, the book shows the story of a young boy during the war. Also based on war, tomorrow when the war began, is a movie released in 2010, about a young group of people who return home from a camp to be confronted with a war. Both the book and the movie have similar characteristics and differences between them. Both A Small Kiss in the Dark, and Tomorrow When the War Began are about having courage in hard times....   [tags: having courage in hard times, comparison essay]

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The Internet of Tomorrow

- In today’s world, people are surrounded by computers. Many people spend the majority of their day in front of one. This trend will only increase in the coming years, as electronics are becoming more and more integrated with our lives. On that same note, more electronics are being connected to the Internet. Gone now is the age-old view of the Internet being a place you go in a web browser. Devices are able to talk to each other, whether they’re ten feet away or ten thousand feet away. This brings with it both amazing new possibilities, but also a slew of problems including both ethical dilemmas and security risks....   [tags: Internet]

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Compare and Contrast The Day After Tomorrow and Outbreak

- Which of these movies provides a more effective wake-up call about impending global catastrophes. “The Day After Tomorrow” and “Outbreak” both raise important concerns regarding the world that we live in. The first movie seems to serve mainly as a warning that as a people of this planet we need to do everything in our power to stop destroying our world. “Outbreak” demonstrates the vulnerability of the United States and for that matter all nations of the world in dealing with large epidemics. Though both movies raise legitimate concerns they also both are quite sensationalized in order spice it up for moviegoers....   [tags: Movie Film Compare Contrast]

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e-Health with Knowledge Management: the Areas of Tomorrow

- e-Health with Knowledge Management: the Areas of Tomorrow The importance of e-health has grown tremendously these days combined with the concept of knowledge management will serve to enhance the efficiency of e-health initiatives. The term e-health characterizes not only a technical development but also a way of thinking, commitment for networked, global thinking to improve healthcare locally and worldwide by using information system and communication technology. The challenges of the e-health include three categories; B2B, B2C, & C2C....   [tags: Business and Management Studies]

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Eugenics: An Excuse To Be A Racist Or A Means To A Better Tomorrow?

- Eugenics: An Excuse to be a Racist or a Means to a Better Tomorrow. The term eugenics was coined in the late 19th century. Its goal was to apply the breeding practices and techniques used in plants and animals to human reproduction. Francis Galton stated in his Essays in Eugenics that he wished to influence "the useful classes" in society to put more of their DNA in the gene pool. The goal was to collect records of families who were successful by virtue of having three or more adult male children who have gain superior positions to their peers....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Easements: Solar Access Protection Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

- Easements: Solar Access Protection Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow At tropical latitudes the sun is directly overhead the majority of the time, therefore, solar access is guaranteed without regulation. However, in the United States, solar access is influenced by many factors including; latitude, time of day, season, and angle of the sun. Furthermore, shade and shadows due to vegetation and structure greatly diminish the productive capacity of solar collection. Unfortunately, the right to unhindered solar access does not accompany land ownership rights in the United States....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Today’s Students are Tomorrow’s Future

- Today’s Students are Tomorrow’s Future The least recognized, most important people in this world are the educators. They must work hard toward inventing a method to help each individual student “be all they can be!” Teachers must try to stimulate students to create a hunger for learning and to expand their success in life. Teachers should be obligated to the need for the student’s individuality. To be able to teach targeting to the students’ needs will make a difference not only in the student but also in the future of our society....   [tags: College Admissions Essays]

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Today?s Youth, Tomorrow?s Frankenstein

- Today’s Youth, Tomorrow’s Frankenstein Views on School Shootings On a sunny spring day in April 1999, a suburban school named Columbine High in Littleton, Colorado found itself under attack by two of its own students. (http://www.knowgangs.com) In less than fifteen minutes of the first lunch period on that Tuesday, two armed students killed thirteen and wounded twenty-one fellow classmates before they turned the guns on themselves - the most devastating school shooting in U.S. history. Unfortunately, it wasn’t the only school shooting; about thirty-five students die every year from school shootings....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Automobiles of Tomorrow

- As America moves into the next generation of vehicular travel, we must keep in mind how resources will be used to develop these very things. Will we continue to consume more so than is necessary. Or will our government, in partnership with research and development firms, develop a comprehensive plan to engineer cars that act in stewardship of the environment. As it stands, the Environmental Protection Agency has enacted policies and regulations which move toward just that; reform which targets car companies in an effort to curb their wasteful tactics and implement standards that will ensure consumers pay less at the pump and get more out of their car (Environmental Protection Agency, www.epa...   [tags: Automobiles ]

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Yesterday is Tomorrow

- “The Revolution will be complete when the language is perfect.”(Orwell 1984). George Orwell wrote Nineteen Eighty-Four as a warning to the reader in the future of the dangers of totalitarian government. Where, also, the novel Animal Farm is an allegorical satire of the Russian Communism. Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four share several similarities. The humans in 1984 exist in much the same state as Orwell left the animals in Animal Farm. They are defeated, scared, and completely subservient to their totalitarian dictator....   [tags: Napoleon, Stalin, disctatorship]

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Horrific Affect of Pestcides in A Fable for Tomorrow from the Book Silent Spring by Rachel Carson

- ... Moreover, she shows how the pesticides have caused “several sudden and unexplained death, not only among adults but even among children” (29). By this, Carson greatly emphasizes how pesticides can not only affect animals but event humans. Further analysis of this quote shows that Carson wants people to understand how using pesticides can kill them. Furthermore, Carson describes how the environment can be affected by pesticides when she states that “ the roadsides are now lined with browned and withered vegetation as though swept by fire” (29)....   [tags: agriculture, environment, habitats]

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The Treatments of Tomorrow for Osteoarthritis

- Arthritis in general is an intriguing topic because my close families have suffered through the symptoms that arthritis is associated with from swelling of the joints to degradation of the cartilage affecting the bone. Since there are several types of arthritis, the main focus of this research will be osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is characterized by the reduction of cartilage in the joints (Zamli and Sharif 159-166). This is a widespread disease affecting almost 27 million of adults in the United States (Lawrence, Felson, and et al 26-35)....   [tags: Arthritis, Description]

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The Tomorrow Land Festival in Belgium

- TomorrowLand is a festival that’s held in Belgium annually. To put in perspective its popularity, it sells its capacity of tickets, 180,000, in less than an hour. Tomorrowland is arguably the most popular festival in the world. I’m going to discuss Tomorrowland’s transition to America and its effect on the American culture and musical trends. Tomorrowland debuted in Boom, Belgium, August 14th, 2005. The festival was founded by Manu and Michiel Beers, featuring up and coming electronic or EDM artists....   [tags: the most popular music festival in the world]

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Avantieme and the Transit of Tomorrow

- Avantieme is an island off the coast of Australia where the ocean scintillates and the national parks bask in the shade. Three main parks take refuge in Avantieme, housing about 58 species of endangered animals. Although the parks limit the living space of Avantieme, they are far too rare and meaningful to be destroyed. Centuries ago, we drove cars contaminated with pollution, but now Avantieme has pioneered the way to a cleaner and more dynamic way of transporting the commuter with the innovative Herron....   [tags: hydrogen powered cars]

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The Influenza Vaccine: Today and Tomorrow

- It's that time of year again. Many have come down with the flu. In an attempt to prevent the virus from reaching the immune systems of a variety of people, they use the preventive. This preventive is called the influenza vaccine. The vaccine used all over the world to prevent the flu. There are many misconceptions in the advertisement of the flu vaccine though. No one quite knows how the vaccine works to prevent the virus. The world also has a skewed vision of the side effects involving the vaccine....   [tags: immune, virus, effects]

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Comparing The Opening Scene In Raiders Of The Lost Ark and Tomorrow Never Dies

- Comparing The Opening Scene In Raiders Of The Lost Ark and Tomorrow Never Dies 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' and 'Tomorrow Never Dies' are both action films with a similar theme. Both films are about good fighting evil. The heroes have many similarities and differences. 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' is targeted at any age, its certificate PG. 'Tomorrow Never Dies' is targeted at twelve years onwards and is a certificate 12. Both films may appeal more to teenage males who may look up to Indiana Jones and James Bond because they are good looking men who have exciting, action filled jobs and they want to be like them....   [tags: Papers]

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Hydrogen: The Fuel of Tomorrow

- People today are always complaining about something, and one popular topic is gasoline prices. The older generations reminisce about a time when gasoline could be bought for a quarter a gallon; a big difference compared to the three to four dollars being paid today. It does not help matters that America depends so heavily on foreign countries for our gasoline supply.1 And with the conflict in the Middle East, gasoline prices are as uncertain as ever; the prices rise and fall at the drop of a hat now-a-days....   [tags: Alternative Energy]

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Civil Engineers: Builders of Tomorrow

- Every individual has the opportunity to decide their future career path. There are various fields to choose from, such as the medical field or the business field, and each requires different qualifications and interests. One of the career fields that people choose to indulge themselves in is engineering, of which there are many different types, such as petroleum, electrical, and aerospace engineering. Although the techniques and ideology of civil engineering have been around for centuries, it continues to grow and evolve over time due to innovative and advanced technology....   [tags: Engineering ]

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Utopia Could Happen Tomorrow

- Imagine for a second a place where color does not exist. Imagine a place where everyone lives in a house. Imagine a place where everyone one has a job and violence does not exist. Imagine a place where everything seems; familiar, homely, and secure. How far away do you think that place is from your communities today. Every single day, in every single country there are people who cannot afford and do not get simple basic necessities. No matter the weather, freezing rain or blazing sun, there was a lady, by the store, who I would pass every Sunday on my way to church....   [tags: poverty, ]

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Deserving a Better Tomorrow

- Albert Einstein, the famed physicist, once noted that “We can’t solve our problems with the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” Today’s world is faced with the dual threats of climate problems brought on by the use of fossil fuels and the economic challenge caused by the increasing scarcity and demand for those fossil fuels. It is time for society to look beyond the limited and dirty fossil fuels as the energy of choice and promote the use of the abundant renewable energy sources we are endowed with....   [tags: Alternative Energy]

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Photography: A Focus for Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

- A curious young girl brushed a layer of dust from the fragile cover of a worn album. As she opened it, the pages fell to a faded photo of another woman who seemed to be lingering shyly in a secluded meadow brimming with the radiance of colorful jewel-like blossoms. The child ran her fingers along the outline of the face in the picture, recognizing the obvious resemblance. The woman was her late mother whom she did not get a chance to know. The young girl flipped through the rest of the pages, reliving the most memorable events in her mother’s life....   [tags: photo, memories, editing, camera, images]

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The Importance of Women Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

- Women all over the world have had to fight to be seen as an equal contributor like a man. Women have certain qualities that allow them to think and act rationally while men strike at the first sign of doubt. A world without women would be useless because women possess the ability to create life and create beauty. Without women there would be no love, no passion, no sanity and no cleanliness. Although women have power to bring life into the world, they also have the power to destroy anything in their path....   [tags: women rule the world]

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Stem Cell Research:The Cure of Tomorrow

- When one thinks of fatal diseases, what comes to mind. Cancer. Organ failure. Brain damage. All of those things and more could be a thing of the past with the incredible potential of stem cell research. Stem cells are like blank cells that can take the form of other kinds of cells. This gives them the ability to heal damaged areas, or grow replacement tissue for tissue that has been diseased. Stem cells can come from several different places, some of which cause lots of controversy and ethical debate....   [tags: health development, stem cells, cell line]

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Stem Cells: To Live Another Tomorrow

- Dr. Dan Kaufman, Ph. D. an associate professor University of Minnesota Stem Cell Institute, has said that, “human embryonic stem-cell research is not only ethical, it is an essential field to pursue to make key advances in biomedical research to treat diseases effectively where there are currently no cures… (thesurvivaldoctor.com).” I believe that stem cell research needs to receive government funding and research should expand in order to completely understand what diseases can be cured through stem cells, and if the benefits outweigh the risks involved....   [tags: Embryonic Stem-Cell Research, Human Cells]

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Nuclear Fusion is the Power of Tomorrow

- ABSTRACT The demand of energy is growing, causing the energy crisis to worsen. A new source of energy must be found before fossil fuels run out. Nuclear fusion is a possible way of producing electricity. The D-T and D-3He reactions can produce enough energy to last thousands of years because there is a virtually limitless amount of deuterium on Earth, and tritium and helium-3 can be made from deuterium. Therefore, nuclear fusion is a promising environment-friendly source of energy. INTRODUCTION Our growing need of energy has always been a problem....   [tags: Energy Power Global Warming]

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That which Is Accepted as Knowledge Todays Is Sometimes Discarded Tomorrow

- ... It was another way of looking at the Earth which raised the idea of it being flat. This was by looking at the “curvature” of the planet's surface over a considerable length; how much does the Earth deviate (on average) from perfect flatness. The flat-Earth theory would make it seem that the surface doesn't deviate from flatness at all, that its curvature is 0 per mile. The actual curvature of the Earth is on average 0.000126 per mile (being it not perfectly spherical), a quantity very close to 0 per mile, and certainly not easily measured by the equipment used by the ancients....   [tags: K. Frazie's The Skeptical Enquirer]

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Towards Conserving and Restoring the Eco-System for a Better Tomorrow

- ... The human population is burgeoning by the day. They need a shelter. What do they do. They clear forests, national parks and water catchment areas to settle. Mau in Kenya is an example if this. Demand for rhino horns and elephant tusks is ever rising majorly from the East. The horns are used to make ornaments and some believe when crushed the powder can be used as medicine. We are losing our nations pride in a devastating manner. By the end of September this year, Kenya the largest sanctuary of wildlife in East Africa had lost 190 elephants and 34 rhinos, a greater number than the previous year....   [tags: environment, conservation, economy, fuel]

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Science and Religion: Our Attitudes Today Are Tomorrow's Future

- There are many scientific fields of study, or branches of science. Science itself is knowledge about a topic. There are physics science (interactions of physical science and natural), astronomy and space science, math science, chemistry science, medicine science, and measurements and weight science. Natural science, also known as scientific method is a more disciplined way of studying the world. This is also known as social science. Fields of study under natural and/or social science are physics, geology, biology, chemistry, political science, anthropology, sociology, criminology, economics, philosophy, psychology and many more....   [tags: Scientific Research ]

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Under The Spells of Witchery. Yesterday. Today. Tomorrow

- Once upon a time, somewhere far, far away, somebody told about witches to the whole world, defining them as healers, wise ones, evil spirits, and shamans. Despite the guesswork, no one ever actually knew who witches were in a real life. What would a witch be like, one from long ago, in an ancient era. Did witches actually brew herbs in cauldrons. Such an obscurity and mystery around these enigmatic people gave a birth to different tales. Some of these conjectures had led to the fact that witches became even scarier than death....   [tags: Supernatural]

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STEM Education: How Teachers and Parents Can Help Create a Better Tomorrow

- “I really wish we didn’t have to take a math classes in college,” said Eva. “The ideas are all hard for me to understand. It’s like my brain doesn’t work that way.” Eva is like many college students, woefully unprepared for college math and classes that involve math. Many teachers witness this struggle within their classroom and students, requiring future changes to be made. However, the field of education is constantly evolving. Whether it is because of the introduction of new technology or even new ways of teaching itself, teachers need to be innovators....   [tags: technolgoy, innovators, science]

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YESTERDAY’S LAWS, TOMORROW’S TECHNOLOGY: THE LAWS OF WAR AND UNMANNED WARFARE

- I. INTRODUCTION On a winter’s afternoon in February 2002, three men ascended a mountain near the Afghan city of Khost. Standing outside a series of caves, the men appeared to be talking. At 5’11”, Daraz Khan was the tallest of the three and may have been treated with a degree of deference by the other two. What the men talked about, or whether Khan was actually acting in some sort of leadership capacity, we will never know. As the men talked, a Predator unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) observed their activities from the skies....   [tags: Military Technology]

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Recycling Nuclear Waste--Too Dangerous or the Way to a Better Tomorrow?

- America is in desperate need of a viable solution to the growing energy crisis. Nuclear power is just one way the country eases the strain. However, one major issue remains unresolved. What happens to the waste that occurs during the fueling process. As of right now, there are two solutions: storing or reprocessing. There are many risks associated with reprocessing. The major question is do these risks outweigh the benefits. All power-generating processes produce waste. The nuclear power process is no different....   [tags: Energy ]

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The Choices You Make Today, Shape Your World Tomorrow, as Illu The Life atrated in The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost

- Even though Frost began writing in the late nineteenth century, we are still only beginning to communicate a reasonable evaluation of his poetry. Robert Lee Frost was born on 26 March 1874 in San Francisco, the first child of William Prescott Frost, Jr., of New Hampshire and Isabelle Moodie of Scotland. As crucial high school was for Frost, he found himself attracted to classical languages and literature and romantic lyric poetry. Frost took his first steps toward a career in poetry. He worked hard, reminisced over his mother's tales of heroism, and issued his first poem....   [tags: poetry, uncertainty, decisions]

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A Shopkeeper’s Millennium: Society and Revivals in Rochester, New York, 1815-1837: Divisions Today & Tomorrow

- Paul E. Johnson’s classic, A Shopkeeper’s Millennium: Society and Revivals in Rochester, New York, 1815-1837, describes the city of Rochester, New York on the cusp of Charles Finney’s revival. Johnson sets out to “trace the social origins of revival religion”, by considering all levels of the Rochester society, including economy, domestic life and politics, the audience sees how the city functions in the face of modernization and social change (12). Toward the end of his text, Johnson depicts the revival itself and all the change it brought to Rochester....   [tags: Political Science]

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Wish For a Better Tomorrow: How can I Improve the local community

- 7,000, is the number of people in the small town of Lyons, New York. Many people haven’t even heard of this town. Lyons is my hometown, and I will never forget it. I am graduating this year, and my friends as well as myself are moving out. We are all going to college at least an hour away from Lyons. Everyone in my school can’t wait to leave. They hate Lyons, and they say that there is nothing here for them. I believe just the opposite. There is a lot in Lyons to improve, but I will never leave forever....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Making Decisions Today For Health Care Tomorow

- Making Decisions Today For Health Care Tomorow Today, 80-85% of Americans die in medical institutions. Of those, 70% require decisions about whether to apply, withhold, or withdraw medical treatment (Makar 58). Due to this ever increasing number, the right to die is one of the most popular and controversial topics in medicine today. The issue comes down to personal beliefs and ethics and the fact that there is so little clear-cut legislation on this topic confuses it even more. Advance Directives provide, in theory, for self-determination and put the patients mind at ease with the knowledge that they have decided for themselves the extent of health care that they wish to receive....   [tags: Medicine Papers]

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Traditional Medicines: Tomorrows Miracle Drugs

- Traditional medicines as they were passed on through generations formed the basis of health care in the earliest civilizations. New medical discoveries evolved from this foundation as the medical field developed throughout the ages. Of particular interest are the highly developed Turkish traditional medicines. Important trade routes from advanced societies such as the Chinese and Islamic nations passed through Turkey, thus introducing their respective medicinal knowledge to this area. In addition, Turkey has a large diversity of endemic plant species which provided them with the necessary natural products used in these "remedies"....   [tags: Journalistic Essays]

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Procrastination Delays Success

- Every student that has gone through any year of school knows what it means to procrastinate; it depends on how much you let it in your habits. Even individuals who are no longer students procrastinate. This is one problem that stays with someone forever. Whether you're putting off your essay till the day its due, or not getting back to your boss about when you can work till the day the schedule is made you are procrastinating. Individuals guilty of procrastinating struggle throughout school, work, and most importantly success....   [tags: leaving for tomorow what you can do today]

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Equality of Life in Kurt Vonnegut's Works

- Equality of life Will Rogers once said “We will never have true civilization until we have learned to recognize the rights of others.” This quote is what we should strive for in reality but in Kurt Vonnegut’s “Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow”, “Harrison Bergeron”, and “All the King’s Horses” this is the exactly the opposite of what occurs in his stories. In “Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow”, the earth is overcrowded, people live forever, the same politicians have been in office forever and no one recognizes each other’s rights....   [tags: humanity, satire, society]

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Factors, Impacts and Solutions of Putting Off Activities

- Everyone is busy. People have many things to do in their daily life related to family, job, recreation, sport, health, etc. However, in doing their activities, some people have problem in giving priority. They are confused in choosing the most important thing to do first. It causes a consequence that they put off till tomorrow what they should do today. This paper focuses at the factors, impacts and solutions of putting off activities. People are sometimes distracted by other activities they find more interesting....   [tags: time management]

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The Known Unknown

- Man alone wonders at man's achievements, which are nothing. Had neither a wish we in this world to be born Nor we wish to be dead, as we wish to live on If our birth as well as death be not of our wish Why in life a wish and for each a skirmish. Crying arrived you oh. Man, people smiling around So smiling part from earth, crying people sound Mirth and merriment to your people your birth was Grieve them let your end, your life a noble cause mystery, death, unlocks the Creator of universe Still humans opine His very existence diverse Camel unseen, passed we claim, its footprints in the sand The universe does for the imprints of God's existence stand Man's knowledge is so wide, his wisdom so...   [tags: Poem, Poetry]

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Working Towards Better Children Programs in the Library

- Abstract The well-being of a community is in the hands of its citizens. Together, individuals can make a difference to their existing situation and future development. As a librarian at Public Library, it is important to realize the different demographics of the community one serves. One aspect which I have felt lacking in the community is the development of the local children, in particular teenagers. The following report has been developed with the view to communicate the potential of an outreach program, “Children of Tomorrow”, for improving the occupational growth of the future generation....   [tags: Community Growth Program]

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A Short Motivational Program to Increase Performance at JBL Enterprises

- A Short Motivational Program to Increase Performance at JBL Enterprises Over the past two years, efficiency has decreased 15% at JBL Entreprises leading to an increase in costs. Analysis of the 2011 employee survey identified motivation has being one of the contributing factors to the reduced efficiency. In order to solve the problem, we recommend the implementation of a two-step motivational program based on the characteristics of Transformational Leadership Theory (TLT). The Transformational Leadership Theory The basic idea behind the TLT is that a good leader will cultivate good relationships with his subordinates....   [tags: leadership, goals, employees]

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Society's Look of an Educational Institute

- ... Thus making it easier to put forward what you have learned and to help make a better society. What is the purpose of an educational institute. To become a well-informed citizen. Homogenize society. “Historically, American education has alternated between the promotion of learning for its own sake and training for specific careers. Those taunting classical education have stressed the goal of effective citizenship, which promotes a broadly education population able to think critically. Vocational education advocates emphasizes society’s need to prepare students for work after graduation....   [tags: effective learning, making better people]

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True Love and Unrequited Love in A Midsummer Night’s Dream

- In this play, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, true love plays a huge role in the play. Several relationships begin true love such as Hermia and Lysander’s and Hypolyta and Thesus’ but some that did not begin in true love, end as true love such as Helena and Demetrius’. Helena and Demetrius in my perspective were meant to love each other so that everyone may be able to love each other in harmony. The love potion was only the push Demetrius needed so that he could be happy forever True love is the most powerful love in this story as it is the sort that hurts no one and is really from the heart....   [tags: Literary Criticism, Critical Analysis]

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