Organ transplant and follow up cost over three hundred billion dollars in 2012. Now, a process that takes $100,000 will cost only $1000 with this technology. Furthermore, this technology will be beneficial for the surgeons. Any kind of surgery needs precision. The benefit of 3D printing is that it enables the surgeon to practice before the surgery, so there will not be any mistakes during the surgery.
The second amendment of 1789 states that all civilians of the United States of America have their constitutional right to bare arms. Now, two centuries later, we have started to finally ride into a major problem regarding this constitutional amendment, what if people use this right for their own wrong will? Mass shootings in the past two decades have grown increasingly popular occasions throughout the world. It just takes one bad apple among the group to cause a multitude of deaths, usually based on mental illness or influence by the media. This not only creates a predicament of how we can stop or reduce these acts, but how we can find the source of them.
In the article," How to Reduce Shootings", by Nicolas Kristoff in The New York Times Kristoff claims how automobiles could kill as many people as guns but they don't because we regulate them and limit easy access to automobiles. "We don't ban cars, but we work hard to regulate them - and limit access to them – so as to reduce the death toll they cause. This has been spectacularly successful, reducing the death rate per 100 million miles driven by 95 percent since 1921" (Kristoff). Regulations that could be added before accessing guns to help reduce gun violence are banning people under 21 to purchase firearms, background checks, and banning bump stocks. Cars have been regulated greatly since 1921 and the death toll has gone down to 95 percent for every 100 million miles driven, if we regulate guns the way we do with cars the death toll could also go down greatly and we wouldn't have to worry about these shootings happening.
However, the new advancement of technology has brought us a new kind of intelligence making us smarter and has made complexity simpler than ever. The existence of technology has made a difference in the generation we live in by transforming global development, improving people’s lives,
You can get so many things done with just a tap of a finger. You could communicate faster and be on the go at the same time. Laptops have changed America just as much. Laptops have changed America by it making businesses more successful and more organized. It has also made lives in America better because they have more ways than ever to communicate better.
It is important because the Spinning Jenny was used in the past and now people develop a new and more modern machine which is a sewing machine. It has greatly impacted in today 's lives. The sewing machine allowed clothing to become a mass produced item and also helped other industries grow. Other industries that benefited from sewing machines include metal companies for needles and parts, machinists to repair the machines when needed, and shipping companies got a lot more business because more products were being made. It has also helped people produce clothing quicker and in a more efficient way.
Throughout the course of history, technology has played a substantial role in the development of cities. Technology ultimately made everything more efficient. As seen in Jackson’s text Crabgrass Frontier, Jackson talks about the impact that technology had on the age of subdivision. Houses were improved after the war, and population increased. With the increase of population, more minds were put into the field of technology.
This was important because airmen now had a faster and more reliable way of communicating to each other, which meant that important decisions could be made a lot more quickly. Additionally, satellites enabled the US to put supplies where they needed them when they needed them. Today, the US has improved on these technologies, resulting in ever faster communication as well as precise airdrops for
However, to purchase a gun you need to go over to the nearest Walmart, answer some questions, and wait a couple of minutes to let the gun dealer make sure you haven’t committed any felonies and Voila! You are now the proud owner of a brand new semi-automatic assault rifle... If you have never committed a crime then the process to purchase a gun would take a maximum of ten minutes. This is way too easy of a process to purchase a gun, and there definitely needs to tighter regulations to earn the ability to kill
Shootings using semi-automatic guns only make up a small percentage of the gun deaths in the US. I believe that these guns should not be banned but that they should do more thorough background checks on people and make it be a lot harder to purchase these guns just incase someone’s intent of purchasing them is to use it as a weapon to kill people. In the article “I’ve covered gun violence for years. The solutions aren’t a big mystery” The author, German Lopez states “The US is unique in two key -- and related -- ways when it comes to guns: It has way more gun deaths than other developed nations, and it has far more guns than