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A 6 Pronged Approach to Curbing Wanton Destruction of Lives in The United States

It is undoubtedly true that among the things that make up nature as we have it today, humans clearly stand out as the most intelligent. No wonder biologists tagged human beings as Homo sapiens which is translated as a wise man.   From any angle one views it, humans are indeed very intelligent, only humans among all the living things in nature have been able to use their brains to bring about a very drastic change to the environment.   Humans started from going about naked, living in caves, walking about barefooted, and eating raw food. Today we have learned how to build and live in skyscrapers, travel by flight, and developed microwaves for cooking.   Humans are talking about 3D printing, electric cars, driverless vehicles, artificial intelligence, and more complicated issues. We have been able to apply our brains to make our lives comfortable.   The only thing humans have done that tends to disturb and dis-organize the equilibrium that nature has put in place, is the wanton destruction of lives. We have in our actions and inactions brought about a serious destabilization to the ecosystem.   As if that is not enough, we go about put into practice…

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Nature At Work – Drug Abuse As A Case Study

Nature in its goodness has afforded us of all we need, right from food crops, vegetables, fruits, seeds, nuts, and herbs. All these our needs abound in great varieties and in quantum and we even manufacture drugs from them to take care of our ailments.

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Driverless Vehicles – Challenges From Developing Countries

Quite a lot has been said about driverless vehicles, with the advantages seemingly overweighing the disadvantages.   Some of the advantages so much spoken about are that driverless vehicles will save lives, reduce accidents, enhance the free flow of traffic, contribute to a friendly environment and curb energy consumption.   A careful analysis actually shows that the advantages listed above, all border on how driverless vehicles have indirectly been affecting and impacting nature. It won’t be wrong to say therefore that there is a positive side of the driverless vehicles as regards nature.   Other good aspects of the driverless vehicles include lower insurance premiums, lower costs of transportation and available time – a precious and scarce resource, to engage in other activities.   To the major companies and research organizations that are involved in the project, the all-important question is; “To what extent are the developing countries factored into this project?”   Companies and individuals don’t just sink resources into projects for fun. They do so for business profits.   Since virtually all the developing countries depend on imported vehicles for their transportation industries, they need to be carried along on any new innovation in the industry. The potent question…

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