Futurology Essays

  • Personal Essay: The Definition Of True Happiness

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    How does someone know if they are truly happy? Much of society have come to associate happiness with the pursuits of personal pleasures or that which makes us “feels good”. When we feel good we display positive expression of emotions such as joy, laughter, kindness and fewer negative emotions such as anger, hate, and sadness. To some people our happiness is already determined through our genes. Some people seek happiness through money and material possessions. However, many would argue that true

  • The Raft Character Analysis

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    I have read one hundred thirty-seven pages of the novel The Raft by S.A. Bodeen. In this novel a girl, Robie, visits her aunt in Hawaii, and she is left alone to return home on a cargo plane. When the plane hits bad weather, it goes down. Robie is stuck in the middle of the ocean in a raft. As Robie and the only other survivor, Max, fight for their life, they run into a few complications. In this journal, I will be characterizing Robie and predicting outcomes for Robie and Starbuck, the seal. G:

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Crime Investigation

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    Abstract - Criminalisation is a social phenomenon, which has drastically increased in last few years. In order, to make the job of the investigating agencies easy, use of technology is important. Crime investigation analysis is a field where data mining plays a vital role in terms of predicting and analysing the criminals. In our paper, we have proposed an integrated model for physical crime as well as cybercrime investigation. Our approach makes use of data mining techniques for crime detection

  • Internal And External Factors That Influence Safety Culture

    1409 Words  | 6 Pages

    Introduction  There are many factors which shape health and safety at work and safety culture is one of them. The purpose of this paper is to explore that factors surround safety culture in an organization. Safety culture can be define as internal and external factors which may impact an organisation negatively or positively. Some of those impact can be influence by management commitment, communication, production service demand, competence and employee representative Hughes and Ferrett, (2009)

  • The Importance Of Treasures In The Necklace

    901 Words  | 4 Pages

    In today’s world and society, everything is extremely money-oriented. People have the tendency to put lots of value on tangible objects around them and fail to realize that some of the most important things are not something you can touch. The things that people tend to cherish more are treasures, or, things that carry sentimental value and cannot be sold; these are things such as love, friendship, health, family and more. Other times, people choose to put value on luxury items or things with a big

  • Standardized Testing Pros And Cons

    1307 Words  | 6 Pages

    Activity#1: The Pros and Cons of Testing from Two Perspectives Standardized testing is advantageous in many ways. One of the most important benefits is that standardized testing holds teachers and schools responsible for teaching students what they should know, since the student’s achievements in these tests become public record and schools and teachers can come under scrutiny if the scores indicated that they aren’t up to the par. It also guides teachers and helps them determine what to teach and

  • Essay On Transhumanism

    940 Words  | 4 Pages

    themselves into different beings with abilities so greatly expanded from the natural condition as to merit the label of posthuman beings.[2] The contemporary meaning of the term "transhumanism" was foreshadowed by one of the first professors of futurology, FM-2030, who taught "new concepts of the human" at The New School in the 1960s, when he began to identify people who adopt

  • Problems In The Modern World Essay

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    Introduction: There are many problems that are related to the modern age that the girls present it in the class. I choose four of these problems to talk about it in this paper and they are the modern slavery, human organ trafficking, famine, and revolution that linked to social media. In this paper I will explain the four separate problems. Then I will write why did I choose them and why they are threatening the modern world. Modern slavery One of that most important problem that the modern world