We’ve all encountered mean spirited people and those who try to belittle others in some way. However, it is a sign of strength to still be kind and good hearted without letting others liter their negativity inside of us. Many people have become cold hearted and love to claim they have no feelings because of the negativity they have encountered. Well, despite them believing this is a sign of strength in this world…it is not. What is really a sign of strength is when others can throw their negativity your way, but you still triumph because your spirit is full of light. That is truly beautiful and please don’t let anyone take that away from you. Despite whoever is rude, hateful, or ugly towards you…we all have a choice. We can either let these negative people be motivation for us to remain full of light and beauty, or we can let them inspire ugliness within ourselves. The first choice is the best because staying pure feels amazing and being an ugly hearted person means to pollute our spirits. We were all born with beautiful golden hearts, and unfortunately many do not leave this world with the same kind of heart. So, despite whoever tries to bring you down or make you feel small, please don’t let this break your energy. People need positive energy and spirits that are full of light. It is truly inspirational and has an everlasting mark. This world needs that kind of beauty and if that is you, then what a blessing you are! Thank you.
Nanotechnology involves the study of extremely small things, which are conducted at the nano-scale ( 1-100 nanometers). This form of science can be used in other fields such as chemistry, biology, physics, and engineering. With the use of nanotechnology, atoms and molecules can be controlled and manipulated. Of course, although everything on Earth is made up of atoms, they cannot be seen with the naked eye. However, with the ability to see atoms /molecules on the nano-scale, scientists are finding ways to manipulate tiny particles and create new inventions that seems like stuff of science fiction. Nanotechnology could be used in wound dressings to rapidly stop bleeding in trauma patients, to clean up industrial solvents contaminating water, eliminate excess trash, stop diseases internally, and allow us to create anything lighter, cheaper, stronger, and better. All of this and much more are the benefits of nanotechnology that could be an amazing asset to our future on this planet.
However, just like other forms of advanced technology and powerful inventions that mankind has created, there are also cons that many people should ponder on. For one, nanotechnology in the wrong hands could be detrimental to us because it can be used for mass destruction as well. For one, in the wrong hands nanotechnology could be a weapon to destroy the human body. Nanoparticles would be challenging to locate, and with this form of artificial intelligence means it could be a game changer when it comes to warfare & attacks on the general public. Not to mention, there could be unintended health consequences. For an example, our white blood cells could look at nanotechnology “nanorobots” as ”invaders”, and/or our natural immune systems could be suppressed. There’s also the threat of humans relying and becoming entirely dependent on nanotechnology to survive, which could actually be a very unfortunate outcome for us.
All in all, a lot of the expectations that people have for nanotechnology are just concepts and not our actual reality right now. Yet, in the future it is not hard to imagine the heavy usage of nanotechnology. There should be strict ethical standards and codes to follow internationally for this advanced technology to be governed correctly. The thing is, nanotechnology can be used in many ways to help improve our lives and be an incredible breakthrough in health related issues. Yet, this technology can also be used to cause evil and destruction to the world on new levels and rapid speeds than we’ve ever known before. The choice is ours.
Albert Einstein once said, “If the Bee disappears from the surface of the Earth, man would have no more than four years to live.” If we take a look at all of the uses we rely on bee colonies for, then this statement could be true. Monsanto is a pesticide that is killing off bees, and these little insects are responsible for so much more than some people care to ponder on. For one, bees are responsible for pollinating 70 of the top 100 crop species, and these foods feed 90 percent of mankind. Without bees, most of the foods we eat would eventually disappear. Humans cannot replace or make up for the work that bees do, which also keeps other lifestock alive as well. If bees continue to be killed off by deadly pesticides, then so will most of the fruit, veggies, grains, and other nutrition we need to live. We tend to take Bees for granted, not realizing that these little tireless workers are blessings that are vital to our lives. The solution is actually simple: ban all deadly pesticides. If pesticides like Monsanto does this to bees, just imagine what they are doing to us. Some may even argue that all pesticides should be banned from our plants, including the so called “harmless” ones. All in all, hopefully it doesn’t take Bees to go extinct for people to finally understand just how valuable they are to mankind.