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    The clock will still tick. For many people, the future seems scary since you never know what will happen out in the world. Today I am going to tell you that even with the challenges and roadblocks we face, the future is not as scary as we might think. In these following paragraphs, I will talk about how in the future we will have the ability to make self-driving vehicles, Africa self-sufficient, renewable energy cost less than non-renewable energy, and even make a drug that can help people with autism

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    do you believe the future will be like? Let's take a look into the future, and prove how it wouldn't be as good as we think it would be. In Bradbury's short stories, he uses his idea of the future to inform the reader on how technology could be a bad thing. He goes into extensive detail on how technology has flaws, how it can negatively affect us, and how it could be advancing too far one way yet not enough in the other. With that being said, what does he think the future will be like? To answer

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    The Love and Future of Jane in Evelyn Lau’s “The Apartments” Evelyn Lau’s “The Apartments”, written in 1993, resembles her personal experiences as a Chinese runaway in the 1980s era of Vancouver, British Columbia. Although written as fictional, Jane’s imagery and situation may very well be inspired by Lau’s personal experiences working as a prostitute and includes historical and cultural context. Through Jane’s narration, references, and mentality, the short story puts emphasis on a generalized perception

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    The future. Human nature doesn't now what will happen. But the man that shows us this is Charles E. Finch, writer of The Cog, he illuminates in the reader's eyes that they should expect the unexpected in the near future. Although some people may argue that when they plan for the future they will have a better life, but everyone has to watch out for the bumps that life can bring you. When people travel travel through life they hit road bumps that cause a goal in their life unachievable.

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    Four Futures: Life After Capitalism by Peter Frase touches on four futures we could see in our near future. Although we are rapidly moving away from industrial capitalism, there is a little chance we’ll move back in that direction. But the direction we moving into has an uncertain future. The two factors that control the future we could enter are automation and climate change. The automation factor includes moving into a world where technology takes over human muscle. The climate change factor has

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    The concept of future can be imperceptible. It is forged by our present and untouchable past of our life. Relationships can be maintained if built on the foundation of strong undisputed past. Yet, if built upon the uncertainty of past they come crumbling down. Ignorance and selfishness starts to blossom in our veins. However, those relationships can still be resurrected on the shifting sands of uncertainty if we decide to reflect upon our mistake. Past can’t be altered, yet reflecting on it and making

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    the future. These topics consist of a myriad of ideas to explore into the future of mankind and how they affect the daily life of the average person. These stories give key insight to how the future might be. Topics can be unique, such as a new invention that changes the way civilizations work, a new weapon that causes intergalactic war, a new alien species that enslaves mankind, and more. The idea of the future allows for creativity. Ideally, the future is thought of progressive. The future should

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    One of the biggest phenomenas in today’s society is that everyone gets a reward for participating. While this idea is a good thought, it often times has a negative effect on the future of the kids. We must do our future kids a favor, and put a stop to the free trophies. This will ensure our children the best future possible. Free trophies give children the idea that participating is good enough, there isn’t a need for competition, everybody’s a winner, and it takes away the incentive to work hard

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    Speech About Anzac Spirit

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    important to future generations? Anzac characteristics are in no doubt displayed by Australian and New Zealand defence force personnel and these qualities should be taught to future generation. Arthur Bourke stated that the Anzac Spirit is a sensation that can only be felt, in one’s innermost soul, every Australian and New Zealander can nurture this intense patriotism (Australian War Memorial 2017, ‘Anzac Spirit’, p.2). Throughout my speech I will highlight the Anzac Spirit’s importance for future generation

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    Past, Present Future: Arizona Gymnastics organizational saga/isomorphism/politics Intro: STRUGGLING When establishing success of a athletic program it takes much more than meets the eye and many hours of hard work and dedication, Arizona Gymnastics is in a state of rebuilding who they are and can complete this task through organizational saga from learning how the program was established in the past, leading into current leadership politics of their organization, and finally using mimetic

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    story than “Nethergrave” by “Gloria Skurzynski” because it is more focused on the technology in the story. The setting in “A Sound of Thunder” is more based on the future. The last reason “A Sound of Thunder” is a better example of a science fiction is that the characters are using more types of science for example time travel from the future going to pre historic times of when there were dinosaurs. In “A Sound of Thunder,” there were more examples of technology

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    Paulo Coelho, a Brazilian lyricist, and novelist, once acknowledged, “Everything which is done in the present, affects the future by consequence, and the past by redemption.” Most people these days rely on the past to predict the future. Unfortunately, some people rely on the present as well. Regrettably, in the play, A Christmas Carol, the main character, Scrooge, a self-centered man, made regretful decisions in his past which affected his present. Scrooge shows many ways that he is self-centered

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    DYSTOPIA Film genres are constantly changing and adapting over time to appeal to the audience’s interests. One genre in particular that has changed over the years is the dystopian genre. A dystopian film is usually set in the future in a society living under oppressive societal controls. It is an imagined society that is undesirable or frightening and is seen as the opposite of a utopian world although the illusion of a perfect society may be maintained through corporate, technological, or totalitarian

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    fearful of the future because we believe that the awful past is doomed to repeat itself. When this is our belief, we find that is impossible to be happy in the present. Instead we spend our time superimposing the past upon the present.” This quote implies that by holding on to the pain from our past, it prevents us from thriving in our current lives. We have no control over the past, however, the present moment provides us with the ability to make actual changes that will dictate our future. When we perceive

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    Conformance Vs Conformity

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    Autonomy is having full control of your present and future. I believe that each individual should govern their own life in order to maintain freedom and sustenance. Self-government is a crucial step to one 's independence because adulthood can 't be reached otherwise. A need for such power comes from the

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    as long as she can remember, and isn’t planning on leaving any time soon. The three characters decide to assist Colin in his eureka moment: a formula that predicts the fate of a relationship. It is true that the idea of the inability to predict the future contributes greatly to the story; however, John Green emphasises that life will always be full of the

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    Rhetorical Modes

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    Fear for the Future When people write they can intentionally or unintentionally use rhetorical modes to communicate their message. Two such essayists who make use of rhetorical modes include Frederick Douglass in his essay “Learning to Read and Write” and E.B. White in his essay “Once More to the Lake”. Douglass describes his struggle as a child slave and how literacy helped him and hurt him on his path to freedom. White reminisces about the past and his trips to the lake while on a trip with his

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    John Ellis Mctaggart

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    As I found myself reading interpretations of John Ellis McTaggart’s most famous essay about time being an illusion, I realized that what he was saying made a lot of sense to me. “Time is unreal,” said Mr. McTaggart In this essay (McTaggart, par.3). Our whole lives are surrounded by this idea of time. Everything we do revolves around time. Some people like Mr. McTaggart and I would argue that time is an illusion. Maybe others disagree with this statement and that is why my goal for this text, is to

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    generation of 1960s like Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) have, echoing greatly with the generation of 1960s when this movie was presented. Hence, Nichols used montage in this movie efficiently which helped reveal Braddock’s confusions about the future and rebellions against his parents, especially in this assigned scene “drifting”. Dissolves, which was applied by Nichols, helpfully contributed to the sense of confusion Braddock has in movie, somehow unfolding many people’s similar feelings during

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    is today. One if his books, Fahrenheit 451, he made predictions about the future and he did not realize what he was doing. The book is based off the future and what he thought it would become. What he didn’t know at the time is that they would actually come true. Bradbury is a great writer and had an amazing mind to understand what would happen to the world. In Fahrenheit 451, Ray Bradbury made predictions about the future, including technological advancements and societal issues. One of the predictions

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