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Subject: Current problems facing the society deserve high priority for funding compared t
   Current problems of the society include a wide range of challenges faced by
   the general populace, and the government. Most important of these are issues
   regarding public nutrition, education, healthcare and hazards brought about
   by catastrophies. Undoubtedly, such problems require immediate attention and
   sufficient funding is needed to solve them. However, attending to problems
   immediately at hand should not obscure the attention to long-term problems.
   At least minimal funds should be sanctioned for research work done to solve
   premonited problems.
   
   Often, a short-term solution applied with aim to immediate success, ignoring
   scientific predictions of forthcoming challenges, can lead to a disaster.
   Global Warming currently presents major issues to international
   policy-makers. It is leading to extensive health hazards, agricultural
   losses and general tension. Yet, only a decade ago, this topic was confined
   within visionary scientists, and the predictions were largely ignored. Even
   now, Third World nations pay little heed to issues of air pollution and
   harmful waste disposal.
   
   Long-term research programmes may provide better solutions to immediate
   problems than conventional strategies do. Products of genetic engineering
   can provide for famine-stricken populations more efficiently than
   traditional agriculture. Research on medical microbiology can provide
   nutritional supplements through probiotics to under-fed children.
   
   Education is the platform of growth of a nation. Each and every child in a
   country should receive the minimum education, and preferably, they should
   learn enough contribute in advancements in their own fields of work. For
   this, it is essential that a country's education system is up-to-date with
   today's world. Moreover, there should be contributions made by their own
   countrymen to inspire them, be it in science, technology, literature or fine
   arts.  So appropriate funds should be provided to update the teaching system
   and strengthen the nation's future.

Posted at: Fri Oct 31 16:09:45 2008 (GMT)

From: devipydiReply 2 of 3Reply
Subject: Re: Current problems facing the society deserve high priority for funding compar
   > Current problems of the society include a wide range of challenges faced
   > by the general populace, and the government. Most important of these are
   > issues regarding public nutrition, education, healthcare and hazards
   > brought about by catastrophies. Undoubtedly, such problems require
   > immediate attention and sufficient funding is needed to solve them.
   > However, attending to problems immediately at hand should not obscure the
   > attention to long-term problems. At least minimal funds should be
   > sanctioned for research work done to solve premonited problems.
   > 
   > Often, a short-term solution applied with aim to immediate success,
   > ignoring scientific predictions of forthcoming challenges, can lead to a
   > disaster. Global Warming currently presents major issues to international
   > policy-makers. It is leading to extensive health hazards, agricultural
   > losses and general tension. Yet, only a decade ago, this topic was
   > confined within visionary scientists, and the predictions were largely
   > ignored. Even now, Third World nations pay little heed to issues of air
   > pollution and harmful waste disposal.
   > 
   > Long-term research programmes may provide better solutions to immediate
   > problems than conventional strategies do. Products of genetic engineering
   > can provide for famine-stricken populations more efficiently than
   > traditional agriculture. Research on medical microbiology can provide
   > nutritional supplements through probiotics to under-fed children.
   > 
   > Education is the platform of growth of a nation. Each and every child in
   > a country should receive the minimum education, and preferably, they
   > should learn enough contribute in advancements in their own fields of
   > work. For this, it is essential that a country's education system is
   > up-to-date with today's world. Moreover, there should be contributions
   > made by their own countrymen to inspire them, be it in science,
   > technology, literature or fine arts.  So appropriate funds should be
   > provided to update the teaching system and strengthen the nation's
   > future.
   >

Posted at: Mon Jun 15 03:13:53 2009 (GMT)

From: devipydiReply 3 of 3Reply
Subject: Re: Current problems facing the society deserve high priority for funding compar
   > Current problems of the society include a wide range of challenges faced
   > by the general populace, and the government. Most important of these are
   > issues regarding public nutrition, education, healthcare and hazards
   > brought about by catastrophies. Undoubtedly, such problems require
   > immediate attention and sufficient funding is needed to solve them.
   > However, attending to problems immediately at hand should not obscure the
   > attention to long-term problems. At least minimal funds should be
   > sanctioned for research work done to solve premonited problems.
   > 
   > Often, a short-term solution applied with aim to immediate success,
   > ignoring scientific predictions of forthcoming challenges, can lead to a
   > disaster. Global Warming currently presents major issues to international
   > policy-makers. It is leading to extensive health hazards, agricultural
   > losses and general tension. Yet, only a decade ago, this topic was
   > confined within visionary scientists, and the predictions were largely
   > ignored. Even now, Third World nations pay little heed to issues of air
   > pollution and harmful waste disposal.
   > 
   > Long-term research programmes may provide better solutions to immediate
   > problems than conventional strategies do. Products of genetic engineering
   > can provide for famine-stricken populations more efficiently than
   > traditional agriculture. Research on medical microbiology can provide
   > nutritional supplements through probiotics to under-fed children.
   > 
   > Education is the platform of growth of a nation. Each and every child in
   > a country should receive the minimum education, and preferably, they
   > should learn enough contribute in advancements in their own fields of
   > work. For this, it is essential that a country's education system is
   > up-to-date with today's world. Moreover, there should be contributions
   > made by their own countrymen to inspire them, be it in science,
   > technology, literature or fine arts.  So appropriate funds should be
   > provided to update the teaching system and strengthen the nation's
   > future.
   >

Posted at: Mon Jun 15 03:14:02 2009 (GMT)

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