If you have ever seen an episode of the 1960’s cartoon “The Jetsons”, then you should know all about the almost laughable portrayal of our future society, sporting things such as flying cars and robotic house keepers. However, according to Douglas Malewicki, an inventor as well as aerospace engineer for UniModal Transport Solutions Inc., the idea seems far from a joke. The famous inventor is considered the father of green transportation, responsible for creations like the 156-miles-per-gallon "California Commuter" cars that hold the Guinness fuel economy records for street-legal vehicles driven at freeway speeds, as well as the highly-aerodynamic human-powered recumbent bicycle. Although both inventions seem to be great contributors to the technological revolution, neither top Malewicki’s latest prototype, the SkyTran.
Post-traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD, is among only a few mental disorders that are triggered by a disturbing outside event, quite unlike other psychiatric disorders such as depression. Many Americans experience individual traumatic events ranging from car and airplane accidents to sexual assault and domestic violence. Other experiences, including those associated with natural disasters, such as hurricanes, earthquakes, and tornadoes, affect multiple people simultaneously. Dramatic and tragic events, like the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, and wars occur, and with media exposure such as we have today, even people not directly involved might be affected. Simply put, PTSD is a state in which you "can't stop remembering." (WebMD)
The divorce rate has been steadily rising over the last several years. Many of these divorces involve confused children caught in the middle of emotional turmoil. Depending on the way the situation is handled, children can suffer emotionally right into adulthood. It is important that parents rise above their own mental anguish in order to protect their children from negativity.
To remain competitive, companies today face many differing priorities. Challenges such as” leading company staff in thinking bigger, operating in direct relationship to customers and stockholders’ needs, while staying flexible and adaptable to economic and market shifts ( Gaddy, p.171)” are all examples of priorities faced by companies that want to be competitive .
Problem Solution: Coastal County Clerk of Court Coastal County's Clerk of Court has long provided traditional county clerical and administrative services to a community that was bypassed during much of Florida's growth. In addition to these services, the Clerk also acts as the county's Constitutionally-chartered Chief Financial Officer.
Jay Winik, the author of April 1865 the Month that saved America, shows his writing genius when he writes this book. He has only written two books. Although he has written two books he writes like a veteran.
The major new element in world market competition is quality. During the 1970�s and 1980�s, the Japanese and their U.S. companies demonstrated that high quality is achievable at lower costs and greater customer satisfaction. It was the result of using the management principles of total quality management (TQM). More and more U.S. companies have demonstrated that such achievements are possible
In America today, more people are becoming worried about how they look compared to what society portrays as “in shape” and healthy. On television and in the magazines, there are always headlines like, “lose twenty pounds in two weeks” or there is a picture of a person that is 132 pounds that is being called fat. Many people feel the pressure to be thin and in shape.
When reading the works of any fictional writer, the characters seem to come alive. They begin to exude qualities of real living human beings. Do these characters truly experience stress or difficulties in life? If these characters do experience difficulties, how do they bring out human qualities?
Husserl was a German Jewish philosopher. Being Jewish put him at a disadvantage due to the times and the place. After gaining his Ph.D in mathematics at Berlin university, he lectured at the universities of Göttingen and Freiburg. The Nazis had him relocated in favor of his previous apprentice, Heidegger. Husserl believed that the political and social crisis followed from an intellectual crisis. Modern science was unsuccessful to provide its promised answers.