I believe that this experiment did an adequate job of testing certain questions that many people have about the “myth” behind the large majestic animals and the tiny mice. If I could have done this experiment, I would have probably move the elephant and mouse to large closed area. Perhaps a room, I would then place the elephant in the room with the mouse. That way the results would be clearer because there would be no outside distractions that could deter the accuracy of the results. Some future research questions that could arise from this study are: what makes elephants afraid of mice?
Therefore these two texts create suspense because, it makes the readers think. Imagery creates suspense in the two texts. For example in “The Monkey's paw’ it states, “He sat alone in the darkness, gazing at the dying fire and seeing faces in it.” This shows that we may be worried because, he is alone in the dark and he is seeing faces IN the fire. Another example from “The Monkey’s paw” is, “The knocking ceased suddenly, although the echoes of it were still in the house.”
The technological era has impacted the world drastically, technology has involved in the daily life routine. The main point of technology is to benefit the world and make the work easier for the human being. Nevertheless, technology has been a problem nowadays; as any other new issue on the world, this new topic comes out with pros and cons that need to be fixed or deal with them. Living in the technological era can be difficult, since technology advances quicker than people adapts to it. It is easier for technology to advances than to people to understand how to manage the new process of technology.
And through a firm belief on the use of technology in people’s lives, the ideology of technological determinism has emerged. Douglas Kellner (2002) enumerated significant points of each side. Supporters argue that technology creates a new economy and thus producing a renewed wealth of nations. Through the breakthrough of new technology, the structure of the economy is reconstructed so much so that small firms are given the opportunity to compete and flourish with larger firms. Moreover, it has increased the quality of a number of social aspects, such as education and recreation, among many others.
Likewise, fear can lead to paranoia, hallucination, and isolation. In “The Tell Tale Heart,” “The Pit and the Pendulum,” and “The Masque of Red Death,” these circumstances are portrayed through the adoption of various literary devices. The use of symbolism, irony, and imagery, reveals to us the distortion of the character’s morals and settings while showing the effect of fear on their ultimate
The advancement of new technology has been going on since the beginning of human history. From the invention of spears and knives made out of rocks and sticks to aid in the capturing and killing of animals for food to items like the computers and smartphones. The advancement in technology has been exceptionally fast in the 20th and 21st century. With electronic technology and machines being produced and improved all the time, it was very likely that along with the positive aspects of these new advancements, people would also consider the negative aspects and look to criticize new technology. Every day another company brings out something more advanced in an attempt to win the consumer war against another company.
Therefore, people are likely to use animals for egoistic reasons. Consequently, animal experimentation is done only by their self-interest and have no advantage to animals. In contrast, Heffner, who agrees animal experimentation, claims that it can benefit not only humans but also animals (1). According to the author, the relationship between human and animal is mutualistic, which can profit both. It is no doubt that animal experimentation profits human.
If we take all these dangers away (predators, hunger, surrounding environment), and we place these animals under the protection of humans, the way these animals act, and the way their bodies are physically built, will also change. This is called artificial selection. The reason why domesticated animals are the way they are today, is because of human breeding. When we provide them with food, and shelter, and we keep
The set of technological change was unimaginable in 1960s, and it remains impossible to predict with certainty the future technological developments and their impacts. Social strata are the first victims affected, to varying degrees, by technological expansion. Thus, the social impacts caused by the technology are numerous, deep and pervasive. Further research, beyond the perceptions of education and development tasks allow to identify and understand the profound changes involved in the work environment. In our case, the main focus is the so-called elderly workers population.
Domestication, for instance, allowed people to form the roots towns and cities, which then allowed for time to develop more technology. The discovery of iron, and the technology to use it, allowed man to build better homes, larger cities, and stronger tools. In today’s context the pinnacle of technology is computation, things like cell phones, computers, televisions all play a significant role in our everyday lives. An example of why technology is a part of our lives is described by Rana Forroohar’s article for Time Magazine which notes, “Large companies invested heavily in technology that increased efficiency and productivity, eventually creating entirely new areas of business and boosting employment growth” (12). Without technology, humanity would not have the ability to advance in the same way, as it has a major impact on society.