Posted on September 26, by sharmainerodelas Computers are good means of education because it helps student practice writing, learning and reading. It helps us find out and analyze any kind of information. It makes us think, thus, evolve.
Reply to Comment Comment on I know what you mean December 11th, at Androo — it confuses me as well. As it has confused generations before us.
The fact is — the Amish think the sheep will be few, and the goats us will be many, when the Rapture occurs. When they say stay separate from the world, they mean it. Even if that means not sharing with the rest of the world and taking intellectual ideas from the world without participating in it.
I used to think their carbon footprint was small — and yet it took a lot of carbon to make the gas that runs their generators, a lot of carbon is released when they burn oil, or wood and chop down trees, a lot of carbon to make propane, even carbon is used in the making of solar panels.
Electricity — especially made in hydro electric plants — are very clean. I can understand and appreciate the Amish not using automobiles, yet, there is a lot of carbon used in the making of food for the horses. So I wonder if there has ever been a study in the carbon footprint of the Amish.
I think we would be surprised at the results. However, with all that said — the Amish have contributed enormously to the industry of organic farming. I believe there is an Amish man in Canada who has been working on eliminating certain crop blights by using natural means, ie.
So that is one contribution intellectually to the world by the Amish. And it is a big one.
Sorry this is getting long again — Technology has increased the standard of living for so many people on this earth, it has clothed, fed, and healed them far more than any religion has. After all, at the Rapture, God will say to the goats….
For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink, I was a stranger and you did not invite me in, I needed clothes and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me. I love their simplicity, I admire their hard work, I love that they take care of each other from cradle to grave — I wish their model of living life would spread — albeit with technology.
Reply to Comment Comment on What are you talking about? December 12th, at I read this post and after I was finished I had to wonder what in the world you were going on about. The Amish adapt to technology. Unlike the English they examine the technology and balance its effectiveness against the impact it will have on the home, family, church, and community.
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The Amish approach to electricity is somewhat complicated. Almost all Amish groups forgo using power from the public grid. But the Amish do rely on a variety of other sources to generate electric power. After being taken down twice by Blogger within a single week, we got the message: It’s Time To Go.
Gates of Vienna has moved to a new address. However, with all these benefits and almost every task involving the use of technology the question arises, have people become overly dependent on technology? There is a difference between being dependent on something, and being overly dependent on something.
I am a Computer Engineering graduate here in the Philippines and been practicing in the software industry for more than 5 years.
But the question is, am I allowed to use Engineer as a title even if we don't have a board exam?