Born in Maida Vale, London, England on June 23, 1912, Alan Mathison Turing was the son of Julius Turing and Ethel Sara. Alan attended the Sherborne School, a well-known independent school, and displayed high levels of intelligence which were recognized but not always respected by his teachers. He was so interested in math and science that he independently studied far ahead of the school’s syllabus. While at Sherborne, Alan met Christopher Morcom who he because friends with as well as intensely attracted. Christopher’s death during Alan’s time at Sherborne lead to his scientific fascination with the mind and brain that lead to his works later in life.
“Satisfaction of one's curiosity is one of the greatest sources of happiness in life.” This is a quote by Linus Carl Pauling an American chemist who has made many beneficial scientific finding. Linus Pauling was a curious child and set off to satisfy that growing hunger for knowledge. Pauling’s curiosity in science, specifically chemistry, became one of the greatest sources of happiness in his life like he said. Pauling’s interest in science and his need to satisfy it ended him up with two Nobel Prizes in his lifetime, a rare feat. Linus Pauling curiosity of science, has jumped-started the world of modern chemistry and molecular biology and has made important advances in medical research.
The actual facts should determine his reaction. If the client had not signed any deal, then the client still had the choice to look at other consulting firms. Similar to going shopping, pricing and discounting are subjective, and the result is whether a client wants to pay the price. If this is the case, it was questionable, but legal. He need do nothing further.
Even though Benjamin Franklin had a job and little time to learn, he was able to understand Newton's theories of physics as a teenager; his showcased his brightness and natural intelligence. Benjamin Franklin was an influential founding father because he achieved greatness in math and science, he established many public community buildings, and had a successful printing business. (“Benjamin Franklin” ABC-CLIO). Benjamin Franklin was a mathematical and scientific genius who made many inventions that contributed to the studies of math and science. Even though Benjamin Franklin was a genius, some people thought that there were certain subjects where he did not excel; not as much as he did in science and writing.
If you were given the chance to get surgery to triple your I.Q would you? Well a man named Charlie Gordon took that chance in the science fiction book “Flowers for Algernon” by Daniel Keyes. Charlie Gordon wanted to be smart like everyone else he only had an I.Q of 68 but all that was about to change. So when he got the chance to triple his own I.Q he took it. Charlie Gordon made a great choice taking the surgery for A.I (Artificial Intelligence) he had rapid progression, had more feelings and his I.Q tripled.
In circumstances like these, there are reasons why promising to try would be significant. It is a responsible way of letting the other party know that there might be some circumstance where the agent will not be able to follow through with their
“Convictions generated through plea bargaining are less related to the evidence, and, hence, to actual guilt, than convictions generated by trial” (GilChrist). This serves as an injustice to society because the plea has no restrictions or prerequisites. In order to reform the policy, the article suggest that plea bargains must have some type of evidence of actual guilt before the plea can be given so it will not put those who are innocent in the same category of those who are truly guilty. Allowing the innocent to believe they stand a chance in a trial is important. “Compelling the innocent to lie in order to secure the beneﬁt of a plea bargain further undermines the perceived integrity of the legal system by denying the defendant of a meaningful opportunity to be heard” (GilChrist).
This craving is inherent in Offenhouse; his desire for money and power is actually a game for him, not a means to an end but rather the end itself. For people like him, an ideal utopia would be different, one which operates on a capitalistic model of competition and one which would subsequently have winners and losers. It seems like the fundamental problem in achieving utopia is desire. Even when all physical wants can be accounted for, abstract or ethereal yearnings for power and status must still be accounted for. For this reason, we must either eliminate desire as an emotion or create mechanisms which allow individuals to find and live in societies which suit their personalities and outlooks.
The Humanitarian Award is an award given to people who put other people’s needs before theirs and does things for all of mankind. Albert Einstein is deserving of the Humanitarian Award because of his great contributions to the fields of science and technology. Albert Einstein was born in Wurttemberg, Germany. As a young boy he was introduced to a children’s science textbook by a Polish medical student who would have meals with Einstein’s family. This was the beginning of a fascination with the properties of light.
Stephen Hawking was born in Oxford, England on the date of January 8, 1942. His first love was mathematics. Figuring out a complicated math problem was just natural to Stephen. I think that it is truly amazing that he can do all of these things with or without his disability. In 1966 he was awarded fellowship at Gonville because he completed doctorate, he also applies ideas to the study of the black hole.