He was very important in some ways, but in some he wasn’t. He was often known as “The Father of Immunology”. This is because he has saved more lives than anyone else before him has. One way in which he wasn’t so important was that he didn’t understand the science of germs, and he didn’t know how it worked, so no more vaccines were made at that time, because no-one knew about germs and bacteria. Also, the idea was very slow to be accepted because many people such as inoculators were opposed to it because they thought they would lose business and people thought that something could go wrong or they could die, so they didn’t want to use it.
The number of families that were allowed to have more time with a love one or child can thank DuPont enough for this special material. The same thing could be said from the criminals of the world giving them the means to protect themselves while committing their crimes. In conclusion, Kevlar has made strides in the years to improve the applications it is applied to. Kevlar has many uses in the world and there are endless possibilities to which it can be applied. The needs of the world depend on innovations and improvements on everything around them.
In carrying out these methods, are we in fact saving the lives of millions of others? Usually under duress, most individuals do not speak the truth but in fact spout lies in order to stop the suffering. So inflicting severe physical/mental pain onto someone else for perhaps useless information happens at what cost? Our humanity is lost in the process. ‘Beware that, when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become a monster... for when you gaze long into the abyss.
Many protests were peaceful, however, the police applied tear gas against citizens. These actions showed that police have disregarded for the safety of residents. Therefore, citizens do not feel that the police are doing a good job. According to Republican Senator Rand Paul, the images we have seen resemble war more than police standard procedure. Police are more like soldiers, who have become unstoppable.
With the recent decision to militarize departments across the country, the truth and the responsibility that comes along with this oath has diminished. Multiple cases of police brutality in the past few years have lead citizens to mistrust the people who are supposed to be watching over and protecting them. As said in the article, “War Comes Home,” “It’s time for American police to remember that they are supposed to protect and serve our communities, not wage war on the people who live in them.” Over the years, police departments all over the country have become militarized by arming officers with military grade weapons and vehicles. The addition of these weapons and vehicles is unnecessary and has caused citizens to fear officers instead of trust them, citizens have been stripped of many rights written in the Constitution, and has lead to fatal accidents because officers do not possess the training required to use the military weapons being provided. In the first sentence of the Oath of Honor, officers say they will not betray the public trust.
Sean Rodriguez Professor Torp Contemporary Literature March 1, 2009 per1 PSYCOLOGICALY PAINFUL Inflicting extreme pain to obtain information is known as “torture” and has received much controversy on some of the techniques implemented. A few techniques that are currently being used do not inflict any pain but still causes sever psychological effects. The use of torture among people today although it may not be as deadly or pain inflicting, still creates an image of death and terror upon the world. One technique that has a huge amount of controversy but still really is not causing any pain is a technique called Waterboarding, which is a technique where a victim is strapped on an inclined bench where the victim’s
The soldiers were to help the Iraq population rather than destroy it by killing innocent people. There were times during this was where this strategy seemed impossible. Baghdad is an example of these times. The soldiers would end up taking innocent lives just because they were trying to keep up good self-defense. Many soldiers lost their lives trying to follow through with the surge.
If the stricter laws were the same throughout the United States, federal and state, it would be a more effective tool to solve crimes in a speedier, more cost effective manner while saving lives and time of everyone involved in the legal system. The Use of DNA in Criminal Investigations An increase in the use of science for the solution of problems has been witnessed in the past two centuries. The significance of these changes often lies on the mindset and openness people have to welcoming new ideas and the judiciousness to see the long-term effects of the changes that could be incorporated in their lives as a result of technological changes. The use of DNA in the analysis of crime and their investigations is one such area. The collection of DNA at time of arrest exists in 25 states, but the United States should adopt this rule in unison because it is cost effective, saves lives and conserves valuable time in the judicial system.
However, those rivers were not used as much as they could have been. Even though the Mesopotamians had a very hard way of living life, the Mesopotamians thought that everything was satisfactory so they tried to work around the many mishaps and accidents. They had a very harsh government with the saying “an eye for an eye” which meant, for example, if someone accidentally ran over someone’s son, that person’s son would also be killed even though the son was innocent. The Egyptians and the Mesopotamians had a similar way of preserving sacred artifacts
According a study conducted by Chaney and Robertson, American’s attitudes about police officers have changed dramatically in the past ten years. Their study, which appeared in The Journal of African American Studies, suggests that instead of feeling safe and protected by police, many citizens actually feel animosity towards police officers, and are mistrustful and suspicious towards them (Chaney and Robertson 480). This situation seems almost impossible to rectify, especially since law enforcement is given the authority and the privilege to use force not only by the law, but also by society. In order to allow law enforcement officers this power, the public must completely trust those who are protecting them, and must believe that police are using force responsibly and ethically. People naturally assume that the police are well-trained to use force appropriately and fairly without prejudices.