For an extreme example, a terrorist thinks he is doing the right thing by setting off a bomb. Many situations in life can put into action inherent good, and many people will channel this good. Inherent good can be difficult to explain, but many examples can explain it in great detail. Nobody is born with the intention of being a bad person. Sometimes people believe that the evil people in the world have always been bad, but that is incorrect.
(table 1). Storage of kerosene in empty bottles of beverage was observed in 42 (28.8%) patients whereas lack of proper storage of drugs was observed in 24 (16.4%) patients. Most of the patients 97 (66.4%) were admitted for more than 24 hours, 27 (18.5%) were discharged from ER and 22 (15.1%) were LAMA. Table
This makes it easy for mass shootings to occur similar to the shooting in Las Vegas. Banning assault weapons would make the world much safer by saving many lives. The production, sale, and possession of assault weapons for private citizens should be banned in the US. Assault-style rifles are very dangerous weapons that can be used for very massive shootings, resulting in a very large death toll. In the two
Orwell’s utopia is more of a warning message as there weren’t many surveillance cameras around (they were usually used in military bases) when it was written. I believe he wanted to show how these technologies can be abused and hurt everything that makes us human. In my opinion, his message couldn’t get as much recognition as it did, if he hadn’t used a utopia to get it across. Surreal things are stronger than we think they are; they can deliver the thought better than any other way, even in Orwell’s world, the idea “Big Brother is watching you” is stronger than anything
Landmines have taken many lives of those who do not deserve it to be taken, innocent lives and future lives can be saved if landmines are banned. Landmines have been around since the 13th century when the Chinese dynasty was fighting the Mongols. Landmines have been around forever and it’s still being used until today. It’s true that mines are a good weapon when it comes to self-defense and ambushing the opposer but that’s only good if the mines hit the target it's aiming for. If the landmines that have been planted under a pile of dirt does not hit the opposer there’s a big chance of hurting or killing civilians that have nothing to do with this issue.
As mentioned above, some of them did not intentionally willing to be a part of an extremists group, they were forced to do so. If anyone were being pointed a gun, most of them would rather choose to live and being ruled by an extremists group than die. Some of them were doing what they think is right, the fact that decades back, they couldn’t fight corruptors especially those with power. Now, they found a way to justice by killing people, because they knew that its hardly possible to go against powerful people. Therefore, it is partly the extremists fault in a case where they intentionally killed people to get justice, because no one, not even a criminals deserve to be killed in an extremely harsh way.
As the saying goes, “One bad apple spoil the whole bunch.” The use of technology at extreme measures would definitely produce negative outcomes in the long run. Imagine it, you walk around and a crime just happened but people didn’t think of doing anything. Instead, they use their phones to take a picture of the crime and post it on the internet and social media. Nonetheless, a majority of the society takes their dependency on technology into a positive spectrum. If technology is being used appropriately to enhance communication and creativity, who am I to say that the good in technology dependency is all
One of the few reasons that the dropping of the Atomic bombs was justified was the fact that Japan would not surrender. There was a large amount of evidence pointing to this: The allies had been dropping conventional and incendiary bombs on Japanese cities, but the Japanese refused to surrender. This gave the US the impression that ordinary bombs were not enough to convince Japan to surrender, and a more powerful bomb was needed. In addition, Japanese forces included Kamikaze pilots, which were-in essence-suicide bombers, willing to die for their emperor and their country. The Japanese military was also training
The nice side effect is that the glass stops bullets better - at least the weak ones the junkers shoot. And that makes it harder for them to break in. Almost impossible, in fact. Sometimes I think the radiation was just a hoax. A hoax the scientists pulled to get the government to keep us safe from the junkers.
Technology has been used in daily life and it makes people live more comfortable and more quality. We can recognize the benefits of technology such as improve communication, easy access to information, and convenience in education or encourage creativity…It has affected the growth of our business activity or our living standard. Besides the positive aspects of technology, most people don’t usually think about the negative impacts of social technologies such like weapon or Biological Weapons that developed from technology Local view Nowadays Ho Chi Minh City is the most develop country in Vietnam, more than the capital Hanoi.