It is the little experiences in life that add up to who we are as people. Although we often wish we could erase some errant part of our past, doing so would change who we are today and our learned fear of taking a risk keeps us from growing more. "Taking a Chance:..." tells a story about lessons learned the hard way and takes a look at how we can experience continued growth by taking risks.
Already, genetic engineering has sparked much controversy as debates rage on whether it is safe to modify the genetic information of living organisms or whether funding should be put into this research or used for something else. New developments in the genetics field has created even more controversy as to if we should use these new techniques despite the fact it will impact individual lives or even the whole society. On the one hand, procedures such as these can potentially save the lives of individuals born with genetic defects or even prevent babies with such defects from being born. These new developments range from being used for cosmetic reasons to designing the appearance of one's own child to aiding infertile adults who want their own blood-related children. With benefits such as these, however great they may be must always be weighed against the consequences. It must be asked if parents have the right to use technology which gives their child specified characteristics at birth or in the case of "savior siblings" have another baby to provide tissues/cells which can cure an already sick child. In this level 3 Edexcel extended project I looked into the field of genetics, focusing specifically on recent advancements in its technology its implications for the future. The project eventually achieved grade A and was 1 point away from an A*. This article will exclude the abstract and evaluation.
Handicap refers to physical impairment that deprives to work physically and mentally. It affects the present and future as taken. If one takes negatively than it exhausts and detroit life. But if one accepts it in life just as a hurdle and fights against it, then it fulfills dream. Wilma Rudolph, Evelyn Glennie, Louis Braille, Sudha Chandran etc have proved the fact.
Genie is perhaps one of the most well known and studied cases of feral children. Having never developed the ability to speak during her thirteen years of severe abuse, those who freed her from the situation and those who tried to rehabilitate her, ended up abusing and exploiting her for their own gain.
500 million people log on to Facebook every day. Is that you? Of course, we all use this convenient way of keeping in cybertouch with each other. But learn to control Facebook before it controls you. People are now suffering from what is termed Facebook depression and Facebook additction. Have we lost our soles to Facebook?
Technology has developed so quickly that it has become a major part of human lifestyles. In today's world, a baby is learning how to open a smartphone before actually learning how to speak! Is this how it should happen? Should we teach babies how to Facebook before teaching them how to eat, speak, walk and play?
The book Ministry of Healing by Ellen G. White has been published in dozens of languages and loved by millions of people. It deals with how Christians should work to help others. This article summarizes the chaptersÂ "Help for the Unemployed and Homeless" and "The Helpless Poor" and serves as...
For years I have heard of , and been accused of participating in, the transgender agenda. I googled the term and immediately came up with a YouTube video explaining that the transgender agenda as the following: "the Illuminati silently pushes the transgender agenda to brainwash the sheeple into accepting their wet dream of a society filled with androgynous mindless drones reigned by their hermaphrodite reptilian alien antichrist."
Is there an invisible link between the Moral and Physical realms? Is there any evidence of it? What are the implications of omitting a moral realm altogether?
Objective morality is morality that is unchanged by outside factors. If there is objective morality, then that means that what was right/wrong at the dawn of time is still right/wrong, and what is right/wrong today will always be so.
Technology is all around us. It does not matter whether you are contacting an old friend, doing your daily chores or socializing with family; technology will play a large part in the lives of almost everyone. The effects of this reliance on technology though is having an after-effect...
This article provides a review of Daniel Quinn's book Ishmael.
Da Vinci and Dan Brown cooked up a storm over the Last Supper. But what is fact and what is fiction? The meaning of hidden messages and codes depends on how gullible or knowledgeable we are. Why Judas and what does this have to do with Scorpio? Is there a woman next to Christ and what about the mysterious dagger? Long before Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey the stars had predicted His betrayal, death and resurrection. This picture tells us a few thousand words!
Many people think of eating meat as immoral. It is my position that eating too much meat can be immoral, and that factory farming can also be immoral; but eating meat in and of itself can NEVER be immoral; and this article seeks to explain why that is.
Now that we have known what the attraction is and the love (from the previous two episodes) and how we can appreciate the two phases, we will need to know how to or the best way to propagate Love, especially in reaching Agape.
Planet earth; An Adventure into mind, madness & motivation is a must read for anyone interested in making the world a happier more loving place. It is a sit back and read article so pour a glass of wine or cup of coffee and dig in. For some it will be a shocker...so don't expect the expected.Nevertheless, if you've ever looked out and wondered why your world isn't happier, safer and more content this read attempts to answer those questions and more, how to set things right.
What is utilitarianism? What are the criticisms of utilitarianism as asserted by Jeremy Bentham? What is the difference between act and rule utilitarianism?