Posts Tagged ‘symmetry’

Things made by machine

We live in a consumeristic society, where everything is disposable. People now, with the incredible life speed in the cities, buy a lot of useless things. Clearly, also the industries have changed their ways of producing the dailies consumer goods, using machines instead of people, producing fast... Read more...

Variety improves a Student.

Propositions to take up various courses outside the student's primary domain in universities have sparked many arguments over time. As we look at the bigger picture of the recent embracement of inter-disciplinary courses and subjects by leading colleges and research groups, we ask ourselves this ... Read more...

Are tradition and modernization so incompatible that we have to choose between them? Admittedly, in some extreme cases, they are actually exclusive, and we have to make choice between them. However, in most cases, they exist and develop respectively and even can be mixed well to create some new u... Read more...

agree

Many students majoring humanities hate science courses and are strongly unsatisfactory with the policy that all students should be required to take courses in the sciences at some universities. However, it is my believe that all students should learn sciences more or less regardless of their indi... Read more...

They are important.

Which subjects are important for human way of life: history, literature, science, and mathematics? This ambivalent question is hard to answer because all of them are need for people life. After my critically thinking, I decide that I do not agree with the statement for two main reasons: all of th... Read more...

multidimension learning

Which subjects are important for human way of life: history, literature, science, and mathematics? This ambivalent question is hard to answer because all of them are need for people life. After my critically thinking, I decide that I do not agree with the statement for two main reasons: all of th... Read more...

Basic of any understanding to Helen keller, who could not see and here, was an outstanding writer. If I got chance, I would have gone back to meet her. Not only do her novels, but also her hard-working and optimistic attitude has the significant influence on me. (more…) Read more...