No matter how developed a community is, crimes are still unavoidable. However, they may not always have negative impacts. With crimes, come prevention, and it is the methods of preventing heinous crimes that leads society into further development. Through studying two high profile cases, the “Caylee Anthony Case” (2008) and the “Andrew Burd Case” (2007), the implementation of justice and fairness during trials will be discussed, extending to the answer of the following question: “To what extent can crime prevention and our rights to equal opportunities be implemented in our society, by comparing and contrasting criminal cases and trials of a similar nature?”
We encounter noise (random errors) in every human endeavor. I discuss here in simple terms the power of noise in affecting the past, present, and future development of events whether humans or otherwise. It ends with speculations on the ultimate source of noise.
This is something I believe in. Right now the internet belongs to big business and the government. The proof is in what you are about to read. The White House has no business directing people to facebook, google or xyz it really does not matter who it is. The United STates Government is not allowed to do what they are doing. Yet they are doing it and getting away with it. It is going to need involvement by the people to stop it from happening
The essay talks about an Indian railway station where the author has to catch his train. The author finds himself in a situation where he can easily have a feel of the growth and explosion of population and its impact on daily life in India. The author goes on to criticize the dilapidated and frowzy Indian railway stations and the double standards of the government. The essay concludes on an important note where the author inveighs the institutional structure which is much responsible for human distress in India.