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  • Overpopulation - 881 words
    Overpopulation Overpopulation October 12, 1999 marks the day when the world's population supposedly reached six billion. Many humanitarians and ecologists worry that soon the planet's population will become too big for our food production and resources to support. With the current population growth rate, the total population in the year 2050 is estimated to be between 7.3 and 10.7 billion (Kluger, "The Big Crunch" 47). Soon the Congress of the United States will vote on whether to restore $60 million of U.S. taxpayer funding over the next two years for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). The United Nations Population Fund, for the past 30 years, has been involved with "brutal populat ...
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  • The Transformation Of Businesses Into Internet Businesses - 988 words
    The Transformation of Businesses Into Internet Businesses In the early to mid-nineties, a major change began taking place in America's economy. Technology and innovation became some of the leading factors of success for companies. Companies have been forced to change as the technology introduced around the world changes, and more importantly, they have had to be swift in adapting to change. This new age has commonly been classified as the "Information Age" or the "New Economy." Charles Darwin once said, "It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change." This quote is not only true to mankind, but also to any firm that has ...
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  • The Transformation Of Businesses Into Internet Businesses - 988 words
    The Transformation of Businesses Into Internet Businesses In the early to mid-nineties, a major change began taking place in America's economy. Technology and innovation became some of the leading factors of success for companies. Companies have been forced to change as the technology introduced around the world changes, and more importantly, they have had to be swift in adapting to change. This new age has commonly been classified as the "Information Age" or the "New Economy." Charles Darwin once said, "It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change." This quote is not only true to mankind, but also to any firm that has ...
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  • Year 2000 Problem - 1,220 words
    ... some duty to citizens to provide basic services in return for the payment of taxes. The failure to provide these services is seen as a breach of this implied contract."(5) This also tells us that all of the information on who paid taxes for the last several years could be lost very easily. There would be no way to prove someone did or did not. This is just one of the major catastrophes that could happen. This is very scary and could truly ruin our nation's economy and freedom that we have come to grow and love. I found some very interesting information in the on-line journal called The Scotsman. ""The picture is a gloomy one," said Stephen Horn, a US senator, warning of possible breakdo ...
    Related: public sector, defense department, legal issues, crash, implied
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