Because of the limited amount of nonrenewable energy sources on Earth, it is important to conserve our current supply or to use renewable sources so that our natural resources will be available for future generations. Energy conservation is also important because consumption of nonrenewable sources impacts the environment. Specifically, our use of fossil fuels contributes to air and water pollution. For example, carbon dioxide is produced when oil, coal, and gas combust in power stations, heating systems, and car engines. Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere acts as a transparent blanket that contributes to the global warming of the earth, or "greenhouse effect." It is possible that this warming trend could significantly alter our weather. Possible impacts include a
The phenomena of “Cargo Cults” has been studied by anthropologists since the theory of phantom cargo has existed. What exactly is a cargo cult? What exactly is phantom cargo? In order to have a discussion on cargo cults a good definition is required: “A cargo cult is any group of unorthodox religious movements appearing in tribal societies in the wake of Western impact, especially in New Guinea. Cargo cults maintain that manufactured western goods (“cargo”) have been created by divine spirits and are intended for the local indigenous people, but that whites have unfairly gained control of these objects.”
India is one of the few countries in the world to have many business newspapers, which not only reflects the vitality and vibrancy of the media, but also the new vitality of our economy. The large readership for these business newspapers transcends from the rapidly growing corporate sector, it also illustrates the growing interest that the general public now evinces in economic matters which reflect the growing importance of business and economy in our national discourse.