City of the future сочинение

I like my city a lot. I have been living in Moscow with my family since my childhood. My city is very big and beautiful. Very often me and my family we go to the theatre, restaurants, circus and park. Every year my city becomes more and more beautiful. But honestly I would like to change some things yet.
When I went to the kinder garden we didn’t have a lot of space to play. So according me these places have to have more space. I am talking now about space to study, to do sport and many other things.
Also at school I would like to study psychology, sociology and religious lessons. It’s interesting, helpful and important not only for students.
I would like libraries become more accessible. Few times I wanted to take encyclopedia at home, but I couldn’t. They don’t have many encyclopedias in library, so nobody can take it at home. Well it is supposed to be more books there.
In our city it’s not a lot of fresh air, because of many cars are here. If people start to use gas, our air is gonna be cleaner.
In general I see that our country is changing slowly: education, medicine, markets. But people have to pay more attention to education of young people. Sometime education is so expensive, so students go to work instead of attend the classes.
Another thing that is really important for me is traveling. I wish people were able to travel at least twice a year. It would help us to meet new people, start to speak foreign languages, discover the world. Personally I want to be beautiful inside and outside, so I want to develop myself as much as possible. To change the world you must change yourself.

На английском языке. Life In Future
I guess there is no person who has never thought about what life will be in future. Future is something that worries every person, we think about our own future, the future of our family, our world and planet.
We all have very different ideas about what our future will look like. There are hundreds of films which describe various theories about this. Some of them are of course fantastic, but many are quite realistic. Many people wait for robots to do the household chores, flying cars to appear, computers to take most of the work which people do today. As for me, I hope that in future people will solve many problems of today such as discrimination, homeless people and unemployment. It will be difficult to solve environmental problems because of the growing industry but I still hope that the technical progress will make it possible to stop global warming and pollution. Talking about the distant future, maybe we can even find one more planet to live, which would be incredible. But for now it sounds like a pure fiction.
It would be wonderful if people stopped making wars. I think this is my biggest wish for the future. As John Lennon sang in his famous song Imagine: “Imagine all the people living life in peace…” – I suppose it is a good aim for humanity, to have no conflicts, nothing to kill for.
I believe every person can contribute to our common future and make it better.
Перевод на русский язык. Жизнь в будущем
Я считаю, что нет такого человека, который никогда бы не думал о том, какой будет наша жизнь в будущем. Будущее – это то, что волнует каждого, мы думаем о своем будущем, будущем нашей семьи и всего мира и планеты.
У нас совершенно разные идеи о том, как будет выглядеть наше будущее. Существуют сотни фильмов, описывающих различные теории об этом. Некоторые, конечно, фантастические, но многие достаточно реалистичны. Большое количество людей ждут пока роботы начнут выполнять работу по дому, пока появятся летающие машины, пока компьютеры начнут выполнять большинство работы, которую сегодня выполняют люди. Лично я надеюсь, что в будущем люди решат многие проблемы сегодняшней жизни, такие как дискриминация, бездомные люди и безработица. Будет сложно решить экологические проблемы из-за развития индустрии, но я все же надеюсь, что технический прогресс даст возможность остановить глобальное потепление и загрязнение. Говоря о далеком будущем, может быть, мы даже найдем другую планету для жизни, что было бы невероятно здорово. Но сейчас это больше похоже на фантастику.
Было бы здорово, если бы люди перестали воевать. Думаю, это самое большое мое пожелание о будущем. Как пел Джон Леннон в своей знаменитой песне «Imagine»: «Представьте, что все люди живут в мире…» – думаю, это хорошая цель для человечества – чтобы не было конфликтов, нет было причин убивать.
Думаю, каждый человек может внести что-то хорошее в наше общее будущее и сделать его лучше.

Представлено сочинение на английском языке Будущее моего города/ The Future of My City с переводом на русский язык.

The Future of My City Будущее моего города
My name is Alexey and I live in a beautiful city called Saint Petersburg. What would I like to see in the future of my home city? Меня зовут Алексей, и я живу в красивом городе Санкт-Петербург. Что бы я хотел видеть в будущем в моём родном городе?
First of all, I wish bikeways were all around the city finally. Every year they are new roads somewhere but there is still not enough in my neighborhood. It’s very hard to bike around the city without special roads because when you are using the road cars are honking at you and if you are using sidewalk then pedestrian are not happy. Во-первых, хотелось бы, что сеть велодорожек наконец-то опутала весь город. Каждый год их где-нибудь делают, но в моём районе их пока катастрофически мало. А без них ездить по городу очень неудобно – когда едешь по автомобильной дороге, сигналят водители, по тротуару, возмущаются пешеходы.
Secondly, I imagine the future of my city with sports fields in every subdivision. Sport is very important for everyone but especially for teenagers. If you want to work out you need to have a place for it. It would be great if there is a separate place for sports games like basketball, football and volleyball. Во-вторых, будущее своего города я представляю со спортивными площадками в каждом дворе. Спорт очень важен для любого человека, а для подростка тем более. Занятия воркаутом требует площадки, так же хотелось бы, чтобы была площадка для спортивных игр, таких как: баскетбол, футбол, волейбол.
Thirdly, I wish they finally solved parking problem. All the roads and areas are filled with different cars and yet people don’t have enough place for it anyways. My father sometimes has to drive around the block for 10 minutes before he finds a place to park his car. I wish they would hide all the parking under ground and all the sidewalks, community areas, playgrounds would be available and pretty. В-третьих, хотелось бы, чтобы была решена с парковкой автомобилей. Все дворы и тротуары забиты различными транспортными средствами, и всё равно водителям негде припарковаться. Мой папа иногда по десять минут кружит вокруг дома, чтобы найти место для парковки. Было бы здорово, если бы автомобили были спрятаны в подземные парковки, тем самым они освободили бы дворы для зон отдыха, игровых площадок, да и просто зелени.
Fourth, I wish they would build new metro stations. A lot of areas of the city don’t have it and it’s very inconvenient. For example, my grandmother lives in such area and it takes 20 minutes to ride a bus to get to metro and then go to our house and of course it’s very tiring and so long. В-четвёртых, я хотел бы, чтобы были построены новые станции метро. Целые районы города остаются без метрополитена, что очень неудобно. Например, моя бабушка живёт в таком районе и ей приходится по двадцать минут добираться на автобусе до ближайшей станции метро, чтобы потом поехать к нам в гости, что, конечно, очень неудобно и очень долго.

How you want sometimes to close your eyes and imagine that now you are in a dream. And in real life, everything is exactly as it should be.

Heat and energy

«How do I see the future of my city?» This work can be done extremely extensive, because the locality should be deprived of all the shortcomings that interfere with normal life today.

Of course, in the city of the future in October autumn will come. Just like now, it will be rainy. The ambient temperature will gradually approach zero. But residents of the city of the future will not care about these problems — the newly built housing will be very warm.

On the roof of each house will be solar panels that generate additional energy. This innovation will reduce emissions of harmful substances of traditional thermal power stations several times.

Each apartment has its own heating source — a gas or electric boiler.

how do I see the future of my city

«City of the Future» (composition) is a dream about a settlement in which the problem of mud and unharvested snow is solved: a special cap will be installed, which will protect the townspeople from precipitation.

Household waste

Composition «As you imagine the city of the future,» I would very much like to send to the mayor’s office with the call for introducing sorting of garbage.

Soon the inhabitants will only remember with horror howdozens of years ago there was a complete disregard for natural resources. Instead of using their second, fifth, twenty-eighth time, garbage was buried with the help of a rink in landfills.

«City of the future» is an essay about the future, in which the need to save trees and land for descendants is very clearly shown.

Each resident will deliberately sort the garbageat least four types: metal, plastic, glass, paper. Up to ninety percent of the products sold in stores will be created from reproduced material.

Composition «How do you imagine the city of the future»is a good help for a massive change in the quality of life for the better. Of course, it is worth changing the mentality of the whole people. But it’s worth it — nature will say «thank you» for it.

mini composition of the future city

I would very much like to hope that the mini-work «The City of the Future» will be exactly the impetus that will force the city’s leaders to solve really important issues for the population.


The rolling stock will be completely renewed. And also it will be timely repaired and changed as necessary. Retro models can be seen only in museums and in pictures.

essay as you imagine the city of the future

A whole fleet of brand new trolleybuses and tramswill be exactly on schedule to deliver passengers to the desired point on the route. At each stop there will be a scoreboard with a timetable. But in the mobile device of each resident a special program will be installed, which allows not to waste time at a stop in anticipation of transport.

Almost the whole city will be covered by electric transport- buses with gluttonous engines will gradually leave the line. Even on intercity routes, the advantage will be for trains and electric locomotives — a huge number of wind stations throughout the country will provide an opportunity to cover the electricity deficit.

Throughout the territory of the settlement there will bededicated bike paths that will not intersect with public roads. This type of transport will become very popular among all age categories. It was never so safe to travel.

«City of the Future» is an idyllic composition. Its purpose is to take a fresh look at the pressing transport problems and to allow people to plan their time as efficiently as possible.


One of the main decisions thatthe government of the future — at times increase the number of green spaces. Trees will be everywhere — alleys of plants of special dwarf varieties with small trunks and crown will be able to allocate the maximum possible amount of oxygen and not interfere with pedestrians.


The inhabitants of the «city of the future» will always have the opportunity to relax. To do this, all the parks are to be added. In any pond you can swim, they will be completely safe.

All the old buildings that violate the overall beauty will be repaired or demolished.

city ​​of the future work


Sure, everyone wants to live comfortably. In this vision, «The City of the Future» is an essay on how to solve problems that make life so harder.

But with a sincere desire and community of all residents, a dream about the city of tomorrow can become a reality tomorrow. It is only necessary to begin the change with yourself, from today.

Author’s note: This essay originally appeared in The Baffler web-zine July 2016
The following was my original submission draft. It may contain some typos.

The Future of the City

by James Howard Kunstler

One spring day not so long ago, I had a low-grade epiphany walking across New York’s Central Park from my hotel on the West Side to the Metropolitan Museum of Art off Fifth Avenue. First I noticed that the park was in absolutely immaculate condition, in better shape than ever in my lifetime, going back to my 1950s school days. The Sheep’s Meadow was now a lush greensward — compared to the brown hard-pan wasteland it had been back in the day. The Bethesda Terrace beside the lake and the adjoining Great Mall with its once-decrepitating Naumberg bandshell were all fixed up. Vanished original buildings such as the Dairy, designed by Olmsted and Vaux in the 1850s and then lost to decay, had been meticulously reproduced. The epiphany part was when I realized that this miracle was altogether a product of the financialization of the US economy. A Niagara of money had flowed into the tax-deductable mission of the Central Park Conservancy.

It was a short leap from there to realize that over the past quarter-century every formerly skeezy neighborhood in Manhattan had undergone remarkable renovation: the Bowery, Alphabet City, Times Square, the Meatpacking District, even Harlem, not to mention the practically whole new nations of Brooklyn and now Queens. Well, all those hedge funders needed someplace to live, as did those who work in other well-paid but less-exalted professions: show business, fashion, media, and computer tech. Same story: the financialization of the economy, and the resultant widening disparities of income between Wall Street and the rest of the nation, had concentrated immense wealth in Gotham.

When I was a young man in the 1970s, New York was on its ass. Bankrupt. President Gerald Ford told panhandling Mayor Abe Beame to “drop dead.” Nothing was being cared for. The subway cars were so graffiti-splattered you could hardly find the doors or see out the windows. Times Square was like the place where Pinocchio grew donkey ears. Muggers lurked in the shadows of Bonwit Teller on 57th and Fifth. These were the climax years of the post-war (WW II) diaspora to the suburbs. The middle class had been moving out of the city for three decades leaving behind the lame, the halt, the feckless, the clueless, and the obdurate “risk oblivious” cohort of artsy bohemians for whom the blandishments of suburbia were a no-go state-of-mind. New York seemed done for. And meanwhile, of course, other American big cities were likewise whirling around the drain. Detroit, Cleveland, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Milwaukee, Baltimore, and Washington DC…. Horrors. Even San Francisco was a dump in the cold, dark, pre-dawn years of the dot-com age (when I lived there in 1974-5).

On the other hand, sunbelt metroplexes such as Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Charlotte, and Phoenix were booming back then, but not in a way that made any sense in traditional urban terms. They merely expressed the most exaggerated characteristics of suburban sprawl in new and horrifying ways: downtowns decorated with “signature” office towers that went utterly lifeless after 5 p.m. — because nobody lived there — surrounded by vast asteroid belts of suburban chain store dreck and tract housing monotony, dominated by tangles of freeways. These weird new crypto-urban agglomerations had been hardly more than tank towns before 1945, so even their worst car-dependent features and furnishings were pretty new, that is, not yet subjected to the ravages of time. Which is to say they were typologically different from the older US cities like New York.

In any case, getting back to my stroll across Central Park that spring morning, there was a second part to my low-grade epiphany — which was that I was here witnessing the absolute peak of a cycle in the life of New York; that from this point forward things would start falling apart again, and probably worse than the previous time in the 1970s. I shall elaborate on the shocking particulars of that presently, but first I must describe exactly what the financialization of the economy was about and why it is coming to a bad end.

Contrary to the American religion of endless progress, the techno-industrial age is a story with a beginning, a middle, and an end, and we are closer to the end of that chapter in human history than to the middle of it. By the 1970s, the USA began to feel the bite of competition from other parts of the world that had rebuilt their industrial capacity following the debacle of World War II. Our factories, which had not been bombed during the war, were old and worn out. Environmental consciousness produced stringent new regulation of dirty industries. Third World nations with rising populations offered ultra-cheap labor and lax regulation. So, we “off-shored” US industry, which for a century had been the major source of our economic wealth.

Industrial production was replaced mainly by two activities. First, after being constrained by the oil crises of 1973 and 1979, the suburban sprawl build-out resumed with vengeance in the 1980s. Secondly, and connected with sprawl via the mortgage racket, was the expansion of the financial sector of the economy from five percent to over 40 percent. The suburban sprawl part was easy to understand. It was the preferred template for property development, an emergent process over the decades. The local zoning and building codes had evolved to mandate that outcome by law. The separation of uses became more extreme: housing tracts here, office parks there, shopping somewhere else, connected solely by cars. You couldn’t build a popsicle stand anywhere in the USA without supplying fifteen parking spaces. The new laws for handicapped access had the unintended consequence of heavily discouraging buildings over one story. The tragic part was that suburban sprawl was a living arrangement with no future. The oil crises of the 70s had portended that, but both the zoning codes and the cultural conditioning over-rode that warning. Anyway, Americans simply couldn’t conceive of living any other way.

Back when finance was a mere five percent of the economy, banking was boring and didn’t even pay so well. It was based on the 3-6-3 formula: borrow money at 3 percent, lend it out at 6 percent, and be on the golf course at 3 o’clock. In the 1960s, bank presidents and stock brokers might have a color TV instead of a black-and-white, and they might drive a Cadillac instead of a Chevrolet, but they didn’t live on another planet of ultra-wealth. The role of banking in the economy was straightforward: to manage society’s accumulated wealth (capital), and re-deploy it for productive purposes that would produce yet more wealth.

The computer revolution of the 1990s helped take finance to a whole other level of hyper-complexity with astonishing speed and, because the diminishing returns of technology always bite, this venture produced some ferocious blowback — namely, that many of the new “innovative” financial instruments created by computer magic enabled swindling and fraud on a scale never seen before. This was especially true in the securitization of mortgage debt into fantastically complex mutant bonds, many of which were notoriously designed to blow up and reward their issuers with bond “insurance” payouts. That bit of mischief led to the crash of 2008. The systemic damage of that event was never resolved but simply papered over by taxpayer bailouts and massive Federal Reserve “interventions” that continue to the present.

This chain of events entailed an unprecedented growth of debt at all levels of society (household, corporate, government) such that the obligations eventually outstripped any plausible prospect of repayment. Something very sinister and largely unacknowledged lay behind it. This was the fact that real economic growth in the old developed nations had sputtered (and was soon to sputter in the “emerging” economies, too). And behind that was the fact that the world had run out of affordable petroleum. There was still a lot of oil left in the ground, but it cost too much to get out — whatever its “market” price ended up being once it was gotten out. Without ever-increasing supplies of oil that was cheap to produce, you couldn’t get economic growth, and without that growth, you couldn’t pay back the interest on the ever-increasing debt that was needed to get the oil out of the ground (and to run industrial societies generally).

Quite a quandary, totally unacknowledged in the public discourse. If anything, the authorities — business leaders, the media, politicians — had gotten the story all wrong with their blather about “energy independence” and “Saudi America.”

The “peak oil” story had worked out rather differently than even close observers had imagined ten years ago. It could be boiled down to a simple equation: oil above $75 a barrel crushed industrial economies; oil below $75 a barrel destroyed oil companies. The Ponzi scheme known as the “shale oil miracle” only extended the damage in the bond markets and postponed the energy reckoning by a few years. The shale oil companies weren’t making money when the stuff sold for $100 a barrel in 2014, but the high price succeeded in crushing the economy. Then, when demand cratered and the price of oil fell to under $40 a barrel, the shale oil companies started to go bankrupt, because it still cost them $75 to pull it out of the ground, and they had to keep pumping it out to maintain cash flow to service their junk bond financing.

I elaborate on these arcane matters because it is fundamental to understand that the root cause for the sputtering of economic growth is that the primary resource needed for creating it (oil) has exceeded our ability to pay for it — and despite all the wishful thinking, there is no alt-energy rescue remedy to replace it. Hence, we’ve been borrowing from the future (piling up debt) to keep the vast complex systems of advanced civilization running. And now we’ve run out of our ability to pile on anymore debt. The result will be a collapse of our complex systems and a re-set of human activity to a lower and simpler level. How disorderly the process gets remains to be seen, and where it stops is as yet unknown. But it will have everything to do with how human life organizes itself on-the-ground, and therefore with the future of our cities.

One can state categorically that the colossal metroplex cities of today are going to have to contract, probably substantially. They have attained a scale that no plausible disposition of economy looking ahead can sustain. This is contrary, by the way, to most of the reigning utopian (or even dystopian) fantasies which, any way you cut them, only presume An ever-greater scale of everything. The great renovation of New York City circa 1990-2015 was enabled by Wall Street’s management role in the supernatural debt growth of the period combined with the creaming off of fees, commissions, and bonuses by bankers in the context of absent regulation abetted by pervasive accounting fraud in both private business and government. This is what brought us all the renovated neighborhoods, the scores of new residential skyscrapers, the multiplication of museums and cultural venues, and the buffing up of Central Park. It will be followed by a steep and harrowing descent into disinvestment.

Apart from that unnerving prospect, it must be said that the recent rediscovery of city life in America, per se, was a positive thing, given the decades-long experiment with automobile suburbia. It’s hardly surprising that generations raised in that vapid, soul-killing milieu desperately sought something better, denser, and more active. Notice, though, that the revival of cosmopolitan life mainly took place in those cities connected by some degree to the financialized economy: New York, Boston, Washington, Chicago, and San Francisco. Cities such as Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, St Louis, Kansas City, and many more “flyovers” continued to sink even as the new starchitect condo towers rose up over lower Manhattan. It was also unfortunate that few small cities and towns benefited from the re-urbanization movement.

Most cities are located where they are because they occupy important geographical sites. New York has its excellent deep water harbor and the Hudson River estuary. These outstanding amenities were enhanced later with canal connections to the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence. San Francisco and Boston, ditto great harbors. Detroit stands on a strategic river between two Great lakes. And so on. There are sure to be some kind of human settlements in these places as long as people are around, though they may be very different in scale and character from what we have known them to be. Detroit will probably never again be the colossus it was in 1950 but something will occupy that stretch of river.

On the other hand, the techno-industrial economy allowed cities to develop rapidly in places in that lacked outstanding natural features. Denver and Atlanta grew up around railroad depots, provisional human constructs that may or may not have value going forward, given America’s extreme neglect of its once-excellent rail system. Places like Phoenix, Tucson, Las Vegas, and much of Southern California may become uninhabitable without cheap air-conditioning-for-all, a viable automobile-based transport system, and the ability to produce food locally. Cities in the “wet sunbelt” such as Miami, and Houston, may succumb to rising sea levels. Orlando may decline out of sheer irrelevance when its theme park economy withers.

The current scale of our “metroplex” cities is inconsistent with the resource and capital realities of the future. Just about everything in our world is going to have to get smaller, finer, and also more local. The failure of suburbia is pretty plain to see, and its trajectory is not hard to understand. But do not assume that there will necessarily be a great demographic rush into the big cities as suburbia fails. The big cities will have enormous trouble with their aging infrastructure — the 100-year-old water and sewer systems, the stupendous hierarchies of paved roads, the bridges, and tunnels, etc. The American electric grid is decrepit and the estimate for fixing it alone runs greater than a trillion dollars. The cities will also have problems with the debt-based promises of support for public employees and dependent underclass populations. These places will have to contract around their old centers and their waterfronts, if they have them. The process will entail the loss of vast amounts of notional wealth represented in buildings and real estate. It may provoke ethnic battles between groups fighting over who gets to occupy the districts that retain value.

New York City and Chicago face an additional problem: an extreme overburden of skyscrapers. Our society does not know it yet, but the skyscraper is already an obsolete building form, and for a reason generally unrecognized: they will not renovated. They have no capacity for adaptive re-use. The capital will not be there to renovate things at the giant scale at which they were originally built. There’s also a good chance that many manufactured modular building materials will not be available, either, for instance, gypsum board (“sheetrock”). It might seem to be a humble material, but it actually requires very long and sophisticated mining and manufacturing chains, and it may be assuming too much that these supply chains will continue to operate in the years ahead. The same can be said of steel beams and trusses, aluminum sashes, metallic and enamel claddings, plate glass, concrete block, cement, plastic or metal pipe, silicon gaskets, plywood, etc. In short, these enormous buildings, now considered assets will quickly turn into liabilities.

This outcome is unrecognized largely because under current conditions the professionals involved — developers and architects — cannot resist the temptation to maximize the floor-to-area ratio of any given urban building lot. Why stop at six stories when the zoning law allows sixty? Why make only $10 million on any given parcel of land when you can make $100 million in sales and commissions. They simply can’t imagine behaving differently for now. But in the future, a new consensus may eventually form that the scale and height of new buildings must be a lot more modest. (By the way, central Paris is still mostly composed of buildings under seven stories, without detracting from its cosmopolitan verve). In the future, we may decide that the maximum building height is keyed to the number of stories you can ask people to walk up comfortably.

A related issue, however, is also not generally recognized: the potential failure of the condominium model of property ownership. Also known as deconstructing the rights of real estate, this experimental system, in which ownership is portioned out among individual apartment dwellers, and managed under a corporate property-owners association, has only been tried on a mass basis since the 1970s. That is to say, we’ve only experienced it on our way up a colossal mountain of debt accumulation; we have no idea what happens during the period of debt default we have entered. It takes only partial failure of a condominium building — apartment owners defaulting on their mortgages and failing to pay association dues — for the property association to fail, meaning that afterward there will be little maintenance and repair of the building. Do not assume that our current financial arrangements have resilience. Like other elements of this story, they seemed like a good idea at the time. And then times change.

I would introduce the perhaps jarring idea that the locus of settlement in the USA is headed for an even more striking change, namely that the action is going to shift to the small cities and the small towns, especially places that exist in a meaningful relationship to food production. These places are currently the most derelict and disinvested in the nation. I would argue that they are about to regain importance. For one thing, the global economy is unwinding. It never was a permanent installation in the human condition, contrary to what Tom Friedman said in his books and newspaper columns. That global economy was the product of special circumstances, namely a hundred years of super-cheap energy, and about seventy years of relative peace between the major powers of the world. Those conditions are now ending, and the transient globalized economic relations that flourished under them — the chain of products moving from the factories of Asia to the Wal Marts of America — are coming to a close.

The economy of North America will be much more internally-focused in the years ahead. We will have to rely much more on what we can produce closer to home, and that production is sure to be at lower level than what we are used to. Among other things, it will lead to the resurrection of America’s inland waterway system, including the towns and cities along it. Places like Cincinnati, Louisville, and Memphis will regain importance, though probably not gigantic scale. Do not assume that the trucking industry will continue to function, or that we will make the necessary reinvestment in our existing rail lines. Do not assume that any models of our current commercial system will continue as we know them, including national chain shopping, the supermarket method of food distribution, or contemporary banking.

Suspend all your assumptions about our ability to continue the familiar arrangements of the present day. We are passing through a difficult transition and I don’t think it will lead to the techno-nirvana that many are expecting. In fact, I think we are likely to lose many of the technological advances that we have come to take for granted, starting with the ubiquity of the Internet — which depends, after all, on a completely reliable electric grid. We are heading into a contraction of techno-industrial activity and probably an eventual contraction of population. We have to make things smaller, more local, and finer.

If you could go back in time to the year 1950, to Cadillac Square in the center of downtown Detroit, and interview a proverbial “man-on-the-street” there about the future, he might have had a hard time grokking what actually happened to the place after 1970 — the astounding devastation that occurred without a war taking place. Likewise, I think the American public fails to see the probable arc of the current story. We are expecting nothing except more technological magic, and that is sure to leave a lot of people disappointed.

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Future Life

Can you imagine living in the year 2500? Maybe people will spend their holidays on the moon, or play with their pets in the virtual reality.

People all over the world wonder about life in the future. According to the recent surveys, people have their fears and hopes. For example, it is believed that human relationships will change a lot.

People will make friends and find their future spouses through the Internet. It happens a lot now, but in the future, it will happen more often. Other people say, that we won`t need so much real human contact, so we will become more isolated from each other.

There will be lots of changes in education too. Because of the computer programmes, children won`t need certain abilities like mental arithmetic or writing by hand.

Our home life in the future will be better. Robots will be doing all our housework and the food will be ready-made, so we will have lots of free time. A lot of people believe, that we might cook just for fun. Others think that we will be eating food pills.

Most of the people say that space exploration will become increasingly popular, we will visit Mars frequently. Travelling on the Earth will also probably change: there will only be environmentally-friendly traffic. But there are people who are worried about air pollution in the future very much.

On the other hand, most of the people seem to be quite optimistic, because they see the progress of the medicine, and especially the genetic engineering. The scientists will find a cure for cancer and AIDS, so the society will be much healthier.

There are people who worry about the future, and there are ones who are full of enthusiasm and hope. But no it doesn`t matter that the future seems to be very far, we have to do our best to make the world a better place to live.

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Сообщение здоровый образ жизни на английском языке

… Сочинение на английском языке на тему здоровый образ жизни с переводом Текст на английском языке «Здоровый образ жизни – Healthy life-style» Nowadays healthy life-style is gaining more and more popularity. Lately people … Возможно будут интересны и другие темы: Перевод текста «Здоровый образ жизни – Healthy life-style» Здоровый образ жизни в наши времена набирает все больше и больше популярности. …

Жизнь в будущем

Люди по всему миру размышляют о жизни в будущем. Согласно последним исследованиям, у людей есть свои страхи и надежды. Например, считается, что отношения людей сильно изменятся.

Люди будут находить друзей и будущих супругов через интернет. Сейчас это тоже часто происходит, но в будущем будет происходить еще чаще. Другие говорят, что нам не нужно будет так много контактировать с людьми в реальности, поэтому мы будем более изолированы друг от друга.

В сфере образования тоже будет много изменений. Из-за компьютерных программ детям не понядобятся такие способности как счет в уме или письмо от руки.

Наша будущая жизнь дома изменится в лучшую сторону. Роботы будут делать за нас работу по дому, а еда будет уже готовой, поэтому у нас будет много свободного времени. Многие люди считают, что мы будем готовить просто ради удовольствия. Другие считают, что мы будем питаться пищевыми таблетками.

Большинство людей считает, что исследование космоса станет более популярным, мы часто будем часто летать на Марс. Путешествия на Земле тоже скорее всего изменится: у нас будет только экологичный транспорт. Но есть и другие люди, которые сильно беспокоятся о загрязнении воздуха в будущем.

С другой стороны, большинство людей настроены довольно оптимистично, так как видят прогресс медицины и особенно генной инженерии. Ученые найдут средство от рака и СПИДа, таким образом общество станет намного более здоровым.

Есть люди, которые волнуются о будущем, а есть и те, кто полон энтузиазма и надежд. Не имеет значения, что будущее кажется очень далеким, нам следует стараться изо всех сил, чтобы сделать мир лучшим местом для жизни.

Топик по теме «Мой город в будущем» на англ.языке

Мой город, это звучит гордо и навевает самые светлые ассоциации. Город, в котором ты родился и вырос, город в котором проходят школьные годы. Тут каждая улочка знакома, а привычная дорога уже становится путем для мечтаний и размышлений. Иногда, мы даже не замечаем красоты пробегающих мимо деревьев, не обращаем внимание на смену сезонов, окрашивание листьев багряным цветом или увядание природы.

Наверное, каждый сможет назвать несколько основных достопримечательностей своего родного города: памятники и скверы, музеи и театры, раскинулись по центральным улицам что бы порадовать приезжих. Но, только местный житель, имеет свои памятных мест, находясь в которых мысли начинают свой полет, а душа раскрывается. Это тайны города, познать которые приезжему не дано. Ходя по этим улицам, сложно даже представить что они, как и все, вскоре изменятся, заиграют новыми фасадами и красками. Скорее мы представляем город прошлого, что находилось в этих местах несколько лет, а может и столетий назад. Как строился молодой город и как изменялся древний можно понять по фотографиям, архитектуре, рассказам бабушек. Но как все же сложно представить, что всего этого может завтра не быть.

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Михаил Ломоносов: «Народ, не знающий своего прошлого, не имеет …

… трудом можно чего-то добиться. Ведь именно усилиям человек добыл огонь, а обезьяна стала ходить на двух ногах. Сочинение на тему: «Без прошлого нет будущего» Прошлое, будущее и настоящее связаны между собой. От многих событий … праздничные дни у тысяч мемориалов и обелисков, в музеях боевой славы в городах и поселках нашей страны проходят митинги, встречи с ветеранами войны и труда. …

Что станет с моим городом через 5 или 10 лет? Что появится, а что останется только в памяти сказать очень сложно. Уж точно, на центральных улицах не будет этих старых фасадов и витрин. Фасады отреставрируют, а витрины сменятся на другие, станут по-своему модные, блестящие, но совершенно другие. Кардинальные изменения заметит тот, кто прожив в городе много лет, уедет, бросит его, и вернувшись через много лет, поймет, что он уже не тот, и человек и город.

Мой любимый город – Якутск

Город Якутск – столица Республики Саха /Якутия/. Он был основан в 1632 году. Отряд казаков под предводительством сотника Петра Бекетова закрепился на правом берегу реки Лена. Здесь была поставлена деревянная крепость, несколько изб и часовня, которую обнесли частоколом. Именно эти строения дали начало городу.

Сегодня Якутск – крупный индустриальный, культурный и научный центр. Деловыми отношениями город связан со многими предприятиями России. Численность населения превышает 226 тысяч человек.

Якутск – город науки, здесь находится свыше 30 научно-исследовательских институтов. Среди них Институт мерзлотоведения – уникальное научное учреждение. Его название говорит само за себя. Перед входом в институт расположен единственный в мире памятник-символ – мамонт, погребённый в вечной мерзлоте. Якутский государственный университет готовит высококвалифицированные кадры для всей республики, специалистов самых разных профессий.

С каждым годом город хорошеет, растёт вширь и ввысь. Всё меньше остаётся деревянных построек. Современные здания из стекла и бетона украшают улицы столицы Якутии.

Мой город в будущем

Мы живем в прекрасном городе. Я очень люблю его и, конечно же, хочу, чтобы он становился все лучше и лучше. Каждый день наша жизнь меняется, меняется и облик городов, в особенности таких важных и больших, как наш.

Мне нравится, что он растет и облагораживается, становится таким красивым и современным: улицы — просторнее и чище, тротуары выложены разноцветной плиткой, а вдоль них тянутся аккуратные зеленые газоны. По вечерам весь город освещается многочисленными фонарями, и думаю, что в дальнейшем в его украшение будет вкладываться еще больше фантазии. Я словно вижу Якутск, состоящий из прозрачных зданий. На всех площадях и в сквериках, перед каждым солидным зданием будут бить чудесные фонтаны, один лучше другого. Струи их будут разноцветными, а вокруг в течение всего дня будет звучать музыка, наполняя город соответствующим настроением. Днем это будут веселые, жизнерадостные мелодии, а вечером — спокойные, романтические.

Кроме того, я представляю себе наш город утопающим в цветах и деревьях. Ведь природа — это залог чистоты воздуха, радости и вообще всей жизни. Выходные обязательно будут днями отдыха для всех. И люди смогут выбираться на природу: гулять по дорожкам скверов и парков, слушать пение птиц, дышать свежим воздухом. И все это в пределах города. Когда вокруг тебя множество прекрасных цветов, и люди, которые по пути в школу или на работу будут любоваться их великолепием, обязательно будут испытывать чувство радости и вдохновения. Они будут учиться и работать с большим желанием и удовольствием. А это, в свою очередь, будет способствовать процветанию нашего города. Ведь радостные люди дарят радость всему вокруг.

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Конкурсное «Мой любимый учитель» ученицы 5 класса Асредней школы …

… Мне приятно учится у такого педагога». ^ «Мой любимый учитель в моей школе №81- Прахт Татьяна Юрьевна. Она обучает меня немецкому языку. Этот предмет я люблю, так как в будущем … они лучше воспринимают информацию. Моими любимыми учителями являются учитель математики Татьяна Анатольевна и учитель русского языка Елена Ивановна. На уроки этих учителей я хожу с удовольствием. А любимыми школьными …

Я представляю себе, как изменятся в будущем школы. Уже сейчас в нашу жизнь стремительно входят компьютеры и современные технологии. И я считаю, что школы тоже должны перейти на обучение с помощью компьютеров. Это облегчит и сделает более увлекательной учебу и упростит учителям оценку знаний. А может быть, знания вообще будут оценивать машины. А учителя будут преподавать в более свободной и интересной форме: с помощью музыки, занимательных рассказов и доверительных бесед с учениками. И не придется пачкать горы бумаги, переписывая с черновика на чистовик свои работы. У каждого ученика на столе будет стоять компьютер, на котором легко и быстро можно написать контрольную работу или сочинение, тут же исправить свои ошибки и отправить на компьютер учителю.

А чтобы свободное время школьники проводили с таким же Удовольствием и пользой, будут созданы центры отдыха, где каждый найдет занятие по своему вкусу. Кто-то захочет заняться спортом, посетить бассейн или поиграть в бильярд или боулинг. Другие предпочтут посмотреть любимые фильмы на большом экране или в зале со стереоэффектом. Третьи с удовольствием потанцуют или послушают музыку. А может, кто-то просто придет пообщаться с такими же ребятами и завести новых друзей. Ведь, чем больше у тебя друзей, тем интереснее и насыщеннее твоя жизнь.

Рассказ Город моей мечты, сочинение на английском языке, эссе

Мы много написали по теме город, рассматривали отдельные мегаполисы, теперь же поговорим про то, каким можно представить себе это явление в будущем.

The city of my dreams is a metropolis

Many artificial ponds.

It will be a sufficient city, there will be greenhouses in which food products are grown, in the suburbs – farms – for meat.

High degree of waste processing. The city uses its resources as rationally as possible.

The widespread introduction of biometric analysis for participation in elections, for making purchases. There is no need for cash and even credit cards. Zero crime rate.

The use of solar and wind energy, but the bulk – for a nuclear power plant, which will not save on electricity.

The main transport is public, private – electric vehicles.

Advanced medicine, in particular biotechnology. High level of prophylaxis


Total control over officials from the side of society. Expulsion from the city for corruption (among other punishments).

Maximum attention to children. Free schools, city-paid higher education.

The system of unconditional income. The desire of urban employees to create maximum opportunities for self-realization of citizens. Among other things, there are different schools of painting and music. Annual large exhibitions of local artists, including beginners, an art gallery, with the best works (the city buys from authors from its budget).

Musical and literary contests.

Город моей мечты – это мегаполис

Много искусственных водоёмов.

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Рассказ «Мой любимый город — Одесса»

… прошлых веков. Обдумывая сочинение на тему моего города, нельзя не вспомнить о фонтанах. «Г» часто называют «городом фонтанов», всю прелесть которых можно почувствовать в вечернее время, когда под музыку и световое … к этому городу росла во мне постепенно, вместе со мной. Я влюбился сначала в родную улочку, потом в целый бульвар, по которому хожу в школу. И, уверен, …

Это будет смодостаточный город, здесь будут теплицы, в которых выращиваются продуты питания, в пригороде – фермы – для мяса.

Высокая степень переработки отходов. Город использует свои ресурсы максимально рационально.

Повсеместное внедрение биометрического анализа для участия в выборах, для совершения покупок. Нет нужды в наличных деньгах и даже в кредитных картах. Нулевой уровень преступности.

Использование солнечной и ветровой энергии, но основная часть – за атомной электростанцией, которая позволит не экономить на электричестве.

Основной транспорт – общественный, частный – электромобили.

Развитая медицина, в частности биотехнологии. Высокий уровень профилактики


Тотальный контроль над чиновниками со стороны общества. Изгнание из города за коррупцию (помимо прочих наказаний).

Максимум внимания детям. Бесплатные школы, оплачиваемое городом высшее образование.

Система безусловного дохода. Стремление городских служащих создать максимальные возможности для самореализации горожан. Помимо прочего разновозростные школы живописи, музыки. Ежегодные большие выставки местных художников, включая начинающих, картинная галерея, с лучшими работами (город выкупает у авторов из своего бюджета).


                         «Мой город – город

                Год 2050. Кажется, как это долго. Ведь
на дворе только 2018 год. Хочется представить себе, каким он будет, город
будущего. Над этим  вопросом задумывается всё человечество. Хочу представить
себе это и я.   Я люблю свой город и хочу, чтобы он становился всё лучше и лучше.
Будущее всегда  представляешь себе прекрасным. А будущее родного города – тем
более. Дагестанские Огни я вижу  красивым и современным. На улицах и площадях,
перед каждым солидным зданием и в скверах бьют чудесные фонтаны. Они
разноцветные и музыкальные, что наполняет город чудесным настроением. От этого
и люди становятся доброжелательными. Улицы в городе широкие, и по ним едут
автомобили на экологиччески чистом топливе. Я иду по улице, тротуары которой
выложены красивой плиткой, а вдоль них тянутся зелёные газоны. Город утопает в
цветах и деревьях. И окружает нас прекрасная природа. А это залог чистоты
воздуха и крепкого здоровья. Поскольку в городе есть стекольный завод, то
здания все очень красивые с прекрасными стеклянными витринами. Витрины эти разноцветные.
Они радуют глаз, поднимают настроение, сверкают, и даже в будничный пасмурный
день создают прекрасное настроение, так что хочется учиться и работать с
большим желанием и удовольствием.

        В детских садах и школах будут группы и
классы, где будет обучаться не более 15 человек. Тогда воспитатели и учителя
смогут больше внимания уделять каждому ребёнку, и дети с удовольствием будут
посещать эти заведения. А сами помещения будут оборудованы новейшими 
технологиями, и компьютеры будут стоять на каждой парте. Вот здорово! Это
сделает учёбу более увлекательной , а  учителям будет легче оценивать учеников.
Сейчас в городе очень мало развлекательных центров, мест отдыха, где можно бало
бы отдохнуть всей семьёй, весело провести время и отдохнуть после рабочего дня.
За такими удовольствиями нам приходится ехать в соседний Дербент.  Я думаю, 
что в моём городе будущего будут созданы  места отдыха,  смотровые площадки,
кинотеатры, где можно посмотреть фильмы в режиме 3
D и 5D, аттракционы, развлекательные центры для всей семьи. Мы
живём у моря и не можем плавать.  Думаю, что  искусственные водоёмы и бассейны
будут очень кстати. А берег моря, это замечательное чудо, подаренное нам
природой,  превратить в прекрасный курортный объект с местами проживания и
отдыха, катанием на лодках и катамаранах.

         По улицам будут ездить автоматические машины,
убирающие улицы, которые не могут уставать и кругом будет чистота. Ну и
здоровье граждан будут поддерживать больницы, оснащённые  лучшими медицинскими
препаратами, не требующими лечения где – то за границей, а так, чтобы всё
необходимое лечение  получить у себя в городе. И это самое главное.  Ведь
здоровье нации – это путь к процветанию города.

             Это всё в будущем. А пока… Оглядываешься
вокруг и видишь подростков, перепивших пива,  с очередной сигаретой в зубах и
употребляющих огромное количество ненормативной  лексики. Складывается
впечатление,  что наше поколение разболтано, невоспитанно. Неужели это тот
город, о котором я пишу.  Но, свой город можно видеть разным, всё зависит от
нашего  участия в жизни города. Необходимо создать большое количество различных
молодёжных объединений и движений, чтобы легче было подростку найти  свои
интересы  в соответствующих организациях, клубах. Да, у нас есть цирковая
студия, музыкальные школы, танцевальные кружки, спортивные секции, библиотеки,
дом детского творчества. Нельзя, конечно, всю ответственность возлагать на
молодёжные объединения. Всё же очень многое зависит от самого человека, от его
желания жить и работать в своём родном городе.  Город будущего – это счастье
всех людей, которые будут довольны своей жизнью, работой и семьёй.

      Далёкий 2050 год…   Я представляю свой город 
светлым, солнечным, зелёным, таким, в котором приятно жить и в котором
чувствуешь себя защищённым и счастливым.

               Министерство образования
и науки Республики Дагестан

футурологический конкурс

«Мой город в 2050-м году»


«Мой город – город будущего»

Подготовила:   ученица
11 класса МБОУ СОШ №5 г. Дагестанские Огни    Шахриярзаде Гюльбахар Физулиевна

Руководитель: учитель русского языка
и литературы МБОУ СОШ №5 г. Дагестанские Огни Мустафаева Есеме Мутаевна.


4 pages, 1681 words

The purpose of this report is to inform the governmental board of the last three entries into Future City. As Commissioner of Personal Selection, I have chosen my three candidates to fill each position. My decision did not come easily. On several occasions I was torn between two choices, but after laboring over each pro and con of each applicant, I have finally made my decision. Each of the three chosen applicants possess outstanding qualities in the medical, ecological, and humanitarian fields that will help the community to blossom in this unseemly time. Future city can only operate if the assigned individuals perform there duties to the to the best of there ability. Although Future City has basic requirements such as clean air, water, and food if the people of this city do not perform their tasks at 110%, then our chances of survival are already out of reach.

I will also describe and explain my seven rejections, why I made them, and why the three applicants I have chosen are the best chooses. I have chosen the best candidates for the job and I know they will give us all that fighting chance we deserve. They will rise above the common person to ensure that will all have a chance to eat, breath, be loved, and above all, survive. My first choice was Mary Jane Albert, an expert in the field of air and water recycling systems. Nothing is more vital than air and water that is why I feel she will be of great importance to the success of the city. Ms.

Albert has a good sense of humor and ability to interact with others, which is important in this given situation. She is a fine teacher in her field and can easily educate others. Ms. Albert’s thorough knowledge of her field will allow her to continue and progress in her studies and experiments to hopefully develop more efficient and reliable recycling systems. Ms. Albert has only one down fall; if in the future she has children, they may have medical complications.

2 pages, 780 words

The Essay on Albert Einstein Unified Field Theory

Albert Einstein Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Wurttemberg, Germany. He died April 18 1955 in Princeton, NJ. When Einstein was five years old his father showed him a compass. He was very impressed by the behavior of the needle of the compass, which kept pointing in the same direction no matter which way the compass was turned. He later said he felt that ‘Something deeply hidden …

Future City will face several problems along the way that will all be dealt with in due time. Ms. Albert is a fine person and an excellent technician in her field; she will definitely aid the city in the fight for survival. My second choice was Shahid Zia Sirkan, who holds a Ph.D. in Ecological studies. Other Ecologists have been admitted into the city, but he possesses critical knowledge of Ecological Reconstruction that will be vital if ever allowed to leave the bubble.

In such a disease plagued world, ecologists are vital. Their thorough knowledge of the relationship between organisms and their environments has made them a prized asset to the community. Mr. Sirkan is extremely devoted to his research and will make improvements in his field in leaps and bounds. He will devote the majority of the time on his research, leaving the other ecologists to handle what problems arise inside, so he can work on the Reconstruction of the other world. Mr.

Sirkan is deeply religious, but often uncommunicative. I understand that he is not the most social individual, but he still strives for the same thing, survival. My last choice was Victoria Tennyson, an expert in food production and nutrition. Ms. Tennyson has special knowledge in plant diseases and rationing, both vital areas lacking in Future City. Plants are the basis of all living things; they supply nourishment, clean air, and shelter.

Plants will quickly become the lifelines of Future City if conditions outside the bubble do not improve. Ms. Tennyson’s knowledge of plant disease will insure that no single plant disease will destroy all of the vegetation. She will spend allowed time experimenting and researching in plant development, and she will work on a strict dietary regimen for all the citizens. Ms. Tennyson’s vital knowledge of food development and plant disease, both lacking from Future City, has made her a vital asset to the community. She has several flaws that will be immediately dealt with; she is nervous, excitable, easily tired, and rather undisciplined sexually.

2 pages, 547 words

The Essay on Diseases during 18th century Britain

During the 18th century in Britain, rural areas became more efficient in agriculture, leaving many people living in these areas without work. They moved into the cities in search of work as there there were may new and growing industries. Between 1760 and 1870 the population of Britain doubled, causing many problems throughout these industrial cities. Disease accounted for many deaths in …

Her nervousness will cease when she knows that we are all in this together; she will never be singled out or picked on. Her excitement will be calmed as she gets endowed into her work; most of her energy will be focused on improvements of the city. She will be assigned a strict bedtime insuring she no longer tires easily, and fellow associates insuring that she maintains a closed leg position will closely monitor her. Ms. Tennyson will make a fine citizen and a great addition to the team of experts that will lead us into the next century. I will take personal responsibility to diminish each and every flaw that my selections have acquired.

My rejections were not made easily, all the applicants were overqualified in their field, but in a situation as this we must concentrate on the vital aspects of life. As I scanned over all the application my intuitive thinking made it possible to weed out a few right away. David Turevon, Lavinica Stafford, and Rachel Morgan were all experts in none essential fields, this made them easily disposable. David Turevon is an extraordinary artist, and although we have received several great innovations from artist, we need to just survive first before we can start inventing again. Mr. Turevon has a temperamental personality, and can be domineering and disruptive.

These flaws turned out to be more then I could remedy so he was dismissed. Lavinica Stafford is a minister and no one of such a religious background has been admitted yet. She is deeply devoted to cleansing the heart and the mind with religion; her contributions will not be great enough to be admitted into the city. Ms. Stafford has a heart condition, which, in the future, limits her activity. I had to dismiss her due to her health problems and her lack of vital talent that will aid us in a life or death situation.

We need more then faith, we need validated knowledge to succeed. Her deep religion will help her cope with the fact that she eventually parish outside the bubble. My final rejection from this bunch was Rachel Morgan, a political scientist with fine knowledge of government and law. She is a great government leader and very ambitious. Although she is a leader, Future City has little use for government when pure survival is in the question. Ms. Morgan has had a damaging pregnancy and will not be able to reproduce in the future. Procreation is the single most important asset in Future City next to survival.

4 pages, 1968 words

The Term Paper on World Cities

A world city is a large city that has outstripped its national urban network and has become part of an international global system. They have become powerful nodal points for the multiplicity of linkages, and interconnections that sustain the contemporary world economies, social and political systems. The result is a new world system of cities acting as ‘organising nodes’. In other words, they …

With only a few thousand citizens left, reproduction is a must. My second batch of rejections comes with greater difficulty. These few possess talents that would not only help, but also build onto the little community that we have. My first rejection was Dr. Hordam C. Morgan, an expect in gynecology, obstetrics, pediatrics, and contraception. There is no single person in Future City that possesses these vital talents.

He is an extraordinary man that would single handily aid in the reproduction process, and all the medical complications that come with pregnancy. Although he is an exceptional man, he comes with great complications. Dr. Morgan has required his wife and unborn child to be accepted with him. That alone would fill all the positions in the community, which is unacceptable. My second choice was John Milton Herbster, a tremendous athletic individual that would bring fitness up to the next level. He is a clean-cut man that has a special knowledge of fitness programs, vital to the development of the human body.

He is a dull man and occasionally has fits of uncontrollable temper, Future City can not have a temperamental build man ranting and raving about something trivial. Future City has no other individual like him, but fitness will come with hard works, something that we all will be doing just to survive. My third rejection was Joseph Bergman, an expert of the mind, Psychology. He would be the oldest applicant to be admitted and age is vital in such a young community. He would aid the people with mental depression and pacify the severe pressure due to the situation. He is an exceptional man, but due to his age and health complication, cannot be accepted.

He has acquired respiratory problems akin to emphysema, and will become more of a problem then the solution. There is no one like him in Future City, but due to illness and age, he would not be an asset. My final rejection was Miya Siddhartha, an expert in strains of plague and epidemic diseases. Although she has vital knowledge that would insure the city has a fighting chance against disease, she has many flaws. Ms. Siddhartha has suffered deep depression due to the horrors she has witnessed. She has witnessed more then she could ever handle and it has scarred her for life.

3 pages, 1235 words

The Essay on Tri-Cities Community Bank – A Balanced Scorecard Case

Tri-Cities Community Bank (TCCB) is located in the Midwest US and has a total of 10 branches grouped into two divisions, the southern division (SD) and the northern division (ND). Each division consists of five branches; each branch employs a branch president, branch vice-president/chief loan officer, customer service representatives, loan representatives, mortgage loan originators, head tellers, …

She suffers deep states of depression, and would be little help to the community. She may require psychiatric treatment that shows she would become more of a nuisance then help. I have rejected these individuals for all the following reasons, and know that I have made the right decision. In conclusion, 2013 has been the hardest test of human ability ever, and if we plan to survive we must all combine our knowledge in the fight. My chosen applicants have been selected for their knowledge in the most vital fields. Air/Water, Food, and Ecology are the most important fields and knowledge of these three and vital, I have chosen the best in these fields trying to insure our survival.

My rejections were not made easily, but in times like this we must make drastic sacrifices. Several thousand more will die outside the bubble but for the few thousand that are left inside the bubble, they will hold the worlds fate in there hand. God help us all in this time of such tragedy, for we need all the help we can get.

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