Did you know that being immortal isn’t actually as fun as it sounds and could endanger our planet by overpopulating it? Well now you do, overpopulation is an extremely dangerous problem that can affect future generations greatly. One of them obviously being running out of space. Reproducing and death are both the biggest factors of the human cycle, immortality would become a difficult challenge to overcome because it would interfere with the life cycle. We should not live forever because we would crowd our environment and it would be very costly.
I am here to speak out to you about endangered languages and why it imperative to save them, due to their great significance in the preservation of cultures and the diversity of the world. According to UNESCO “half of 6000 plus languages spoken today will disappear by the end of this century”. And with them will disappear a vast range of knowledge about the world and human life. Language is the basis of human life, it is how we communicate and share our ideas and emotions. It is what makes us human.
George Santayana says that “Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”. This quote indicates that people who do not learn anything or draw any lessons from the past should come back to the past. The past is also an integral part of life. The past consists of events that happened. Nevertheless, when it passes, people should not let it pass easily.
Reviving extinct animals will cause a problem on different levels. According to Brand (2013), bringing vanished creatures back to life will be very costly, very hard, and take a lot of time. Providing a natural environment, setting up reproduction programs for these species, and battling the diffusion of obstructive exotics are some of the steps that come with the de-extinction program (Lee, 2014). Thus, obviously, de-extinction is a costly process that is not even necessary. This issue will only push attention from things that are more important and spend a lot of money.
Jonas is selected to be the next Receiver of Memory. He receives memories from the current Receiver, who is now called the Giver, about what life used to be like a long time ago. Jonas learns about the pain that used to exist, and all the emotions that people had. In Jonas’s society everyone is equal in everyway, but in order for this to be achieved, people had to give up many things. Although the idea of altering society to a utopia seems ideal, the result would still be dystopian because of the loss of control in one’s choices such as the variety in families, the way death is handled, and how the old in society is cared for.
Otherwise: . . . the flattening of the world is going to be hugely disruptive to both traditional and developed societies. The weak will fall further behind faster.
According to McCroskey (1970), this is referred to as “communication apprehension”. McCroskey defined CA as the as the degree of nervousness or fear in a person arising from actual or expected communication with another person or other individuals, (McCroskey 1977).The level of communication apprehension differs in people hence the difference in the quantity of, wish for and effectiveness of communication, (Richmond, McCroskey, 1998). Currently, there is a body dealing with various communications apprehension studies. It is true that there is little knowledge about every feature of the CA phenomenon. According to Wrench et al., (2008), CA was the only mainly examined concept in the field of communication studies between the 1977 and 1997.
There are many reasons why migrants are fleeing from their countries. Firstly, migrants were fleeing because of their homeland and countries was in harm and countries was being exploited. Besides that, they also move from their countries because of the human security. In general, human insecurity will force people to move from their homeland to seek for the better place that prevent them from threatening their life and safety (Biiss Journal, 2005). Betts (2013) stated, the threat that environmental change, lack of food, and general mayhem force large numbers of people to flee countries that are unable or unwilling to ensure their human rights, as well as the situation in the states failed and fragile which makes possible the lack of human rights, so people make decision to move to another better place.
With the disappearance of unwritten and undocumented languages, humanity would lose not only a cultural wealth but also important ancestral knowledge embedded, in particular, in indigenous languages.’ Kazakhstan as an integral part of global community is highly likely to face the same situation. Loss of traditions, cultures, moral values, mindset and even dressing patters, which constitute culture as well, may probably vanish forever unless the measures are taken. And this if my firm belief that the culture of Kazakhstan is deteriorating with the globalization process, which may result in language and culture loss. This would be true to admit that cultural specificities are explained through communication since childhood and the function of mother tongue should not be underestimated. None of the language can convey the meaning as the native.
Even the highest level of security that provide by government also easily breached. Also, some companies can be misuse the information that they are given access to and the information was beneficial to them. Other disadvantages of IoT are the over-reliance on technology. Our generation have been change following the time change; they are grown up with the viability of the internet and technology. Too much dependency on the internet to make a decision will cause obliteration.