The industrial revolution was an awesome period in history. The entire world was beginning to realize the potential for resources and manufacturing and Britain was in the lead. This revolution truly changed the world, modified society, and uplifted democratic governments across the world. Great Britain and the rest of the world were never truly the same after the greatest revolution in history since the agricultural one, hundreds of thousands of years ago. Revolution is a rapid push for change within government, culture, and society.
Industrial revolution is one of the most important historical phenomena in human beings ' history. It is alleged first happened in Britain in around 1700s to 1800s and then spreaded throughout the world. This paper is going to discuss the main origins, consequences of industrial revolution in Europe, how agriculture and economy aid to the emergence of industrial revolution. Besides that, this paper also applies three concepts of history including ecumenical, world and gloabal history in the rise and spread of industrial revolution. There are four key origins that lead to industrial revolution in Europe.
While both Elisha and Jesus healed lepers, Elisha did not even meet the leper nonetheless touch him. This leads one to question why Jesus touched the leper and the significance of this decision. I think that the leper not only asked Jesus to cleanse him, but perhaps more importantly, show him mercy in a society that ostracized and persecuted lepers. Jesus responds by literally stretching “out his hand” and touching him, which implies that even lepers were members of God’s people. Therefore, by touching the leper and making a physical connection, Jesus cured him of his debilitating disease and, perhaps more importantly, liberated him from his social exclusion.
According to Hemmy Cho’s article, Enhancing Humans Through Science Is Beneficial, “advances in genetics mean we don't have to rely on evolution. We can choose the genes that we wish to pass on to our immediate future generations and bypass the genetic theory” (Cho, Hemmy). Similarly, Jeremy Rifkin argues that “it would be cruel not to use new technology to eliminate serious disorders” (Rifkin, Jeremy). For example, “the most common, fatal genetic disease in the United States,” according to the National Human Genome Research Institute, is Cystic Fibrosis. This single gene mutation causes the body to create thick mucus which clogs the lungs and interfere with digestive enzymes from decomposing food.
Introduction Joseph lister is one of the pioneers of infection control. He is the surgeon who introduced new principle of cleanliness and a pioneer of antiseptic surgery. He known as “Father of Asepsis” and the “Father of Modern surgery” because of his defeated one of the major difficulties to successful surgery, the control of infection. Lister worked at time that infections were the norm. it was generally believed that chemical damage from exposures to bad air was the responsible for the infections in wounds and surgeon were not even required to wash their hands before performing surgeries.
That, however, is simply not true. As stated before by Dr. Chang, the influenza vaccine contains a dead virus, one that cannot hurt you and unlike what most people think, the flu vaccine can actually do a lot to help prepare your body for many illnesses and bacteria. The antibodies put into your body make your immune system stronger for years to come. For example, the influenza vaccine not only helps the body fight influenza, but also the common cold and other such bacteria. According to Dr. Brown, the immune system is much stronger than some believe it to be.
It delivers the vaccine into the muscle in about a tenth of a second. Kathy Callender states that “Needleless vaccines will likely generate the most efficient results in preventing muscle pain.” Another benefit of the needleless flu shot would be the prevention of contamination. The nasal spray vaccine reduces the possibility of cross-contamination. The needleless flu shot is offered to people who dislike
The eradication of smallpox in the year 1979, is perhaps one of the greatest highlights in vaccinology. Also, outbreaks of numerous contagious diseases like measles, chicken pox, tuberculosis, yellow fever, rubella, only to mention a few, have been greatly contained by vaccines ain a way that no other physical or chemical component has accomplished. This is because, physical barriers often fail, due to the continuous movement or air, which contributes to the transmission of many diseases. Physical barriers are also futile because global travel is easier in this century than ever before in history. Often, if travel and barriers are placed, animals often find ways to acquire the infection and transmit to humans via interaction, for example, with pets.
As a result, some people carry the parasites in their bloodstream but do not fall ill. Research to develop safe and effective global vaccines for malaria is ongoing, with one vaccine already licensed for use in Europe. No vaccine is yet licensed in the U.S. And know that It is essential to seek medical attention for suspected symptoms of malaria as early as possible. PREVENTION. Advice for
That is to say the main factors for emergence of development thinking were involved in the consequences of industrial revolution due to societal transformation and ‘social misery and disorder’ and due to dispossession, low wage, and unemployment and poverty issues. Cowen and Shenton argued “It was the turmoil and fear of revolution in the first half of the nineteenth century that gave birth to the idea of development and it is these unexplored origins that are the source of much of present-day confusion about development’s meaning.”(Cown & R.W.Shenton, 1996, p. 12).The question here is: what are the basic factors for the emergence of development thinking? Karl Marx and Engels in their popular book of ‘Communist Manifesto’ attempted to explain the answer by stating “The burden of development was to compensate for the negative propensities of capitalism through the reconstruction of social order. To develop, then, was to ameliorate the social misery which arose out of the immanent process of capitalist growth. "(Marx & Engels, 1848, p. 116).