Sunday, February 28, 2010

PLN 13

In “There are Always Consequences” by David Warlick, the author talks about how West Virginia is expanding Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. He goes on to talk about how just improving these are not the key to a prosperous future, and then says history teaches us that there are always consequences. I agree with the author’s idea. Every action causes change somewhere in someone’s life. An example is the two world wars. Because of how WWI ended, the stage was set for the rise of Nazism years later. This is what matters to me in David Warlick’s “There are Always Consequences.”

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