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Jared Diamond explains in his article “Easter’s End” what happens to societies when they are not sustainable: even though Polynesian colonists inhabited Easter Island around 1,600 years ago they still managed to destroy nearly all of the island’s forests, on which they depended for their livelihood. As a result, they could not maintain the conditions that would sustain their society, and the civilization disappeared. If this could happen 1,600 years ago before technology, nowadays it is likely to happen twice as fast. If we want to avoid a collapse like that of Easter Island, we need to be a more sustainable society. The way we live our lives today, the way our products are manufactured and transported, the energy systems we use, and
Jennifer Q. Why the Death Penalty Works Introduction: The article, “Why the Death Penalty Works,” by William J. Tucker, was published in The American Spectator on October of 2000. The article argues that while trying to eliminate the effects of crime rates, conviction rates and other factors, murder rates tend to fall as executions rise. Others say that execution rates will continue to rise for a while, even if murder rates drop. Over the past century, murder rates have gone up a record high leaving the death penalty as the only option to stop murders.
However, the seasonal number of lost hives has increased significantly in the last few years. This recent spike has a couple red flags; it comes without obvious cause and the honey bees seemingly abandon their hives en masse. Unfortunately, it is not just concentrated to the United States and has become a global issue with Europe and China experiencing the same dramatic drop in honey bee population. Without honey bees, consumers could face challenges with food shortages or the loss of the food entirely. Unknown to most, honey is not the most important measure of a honey bee.
In his unexpected ascent to the top of British politics luck and circumstance were incredibly important in helping him achieve his ambitious plans to show the nature of his genius: Following the split in the Conservative Party over the Repeal of the Corn Laws, the Conservatives lost almost all of their politically talented MPs, thus leading for the party to be labelled the “Stupid Party” due to their minimal political interest and concern for the well-being of their land. Even in the 1850’s when Derby did manage to form the first Conservative Government for almost ten years, their lack of expertise and political ability was still a major hindrance to how they could perform in office in satisfying the needs of the electorate. Although this disastrous period of impotence was awful for the party, it did no harm to
Animal testing has also been proven to be very inaccurate. In the past, animal tests established penicillin as a deadly drug, and asprin to be dangerous (Overton 1). Neither drug is dangerous to human beings, but they were believed to be due to improper testing methods. Therefore, animal testing is ineffective because results found in animals differentiate from those found in humans. Secondly, animal testing costs the pharmaceutical industry billions of dollars each year; money that can certainly be put to a better use.
Intentionally or not, such characterizations have helped to create a pervasive bias against alien species that has been embraced by the public, conservationists, land managers and policy-makers, as well by as many scientists, throughout the world.’ The issue of native and invasive species is not clear, even though we tend to value native species and view invasive species with suspicion. As Thompson (2014) notes, native and alien are not ‘nice, unambiguous categories’ and the mantra of ‘aliens bad, natives good’ has hidden the truth that natives also have negative impacts on ecosystems. Increasingly, the value of the native and alien division in conservation is decreasing, and becoming counterproductive (Carroll, 2011). However, there are many who still consider this division an important principle in ecology (Fleishman et al. 2011).
The September 11, 2001 terrorist attack against the United States was one of the worst tragedies in American history. In the ten years that have passed, a fundamental shift in our culture has occurred. The American people have given up large amounts of liberty and freedom in exchange for fuzzy promises of better security. We were once the land of the free and the home of the brave, but now we are the land of the scared and the home of the slave and we seem to like it that way. Most of us don't even remember how to act as Americans anymore.
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“Fearing a Planet Without Apes,” is an interesting article to me because I am fascinated by primates. Heck, we wouldn’t have evolved without their existence, and we are highly at risk of losing these advanced creatures that we can give our ancestry to. The writer, John C. Mitani, alerts readers that the ape population has rapidly declined over the decade and brings to light the possibility of their extinction. Why wouldn’t we protect the animals whose DNA is virtually identical to ours, especially since it would cost barely five million dollars a year? Just like many issues with this country, the reason we can’t protect our closest ancestors is because of our former president, George W. Bush.