I’m a nontraditional student, so I’m a good 10 years older than most of my peers on campus. I’ve been around long enough now to see trends come and go. I lived through the decade of spandex, pump up Nikes, MC Hammer and scratch ‘n sniff stickers.
On an airplane ride home for Christmas break, I was reminded of the importance that each person has, not only individually, but also as a group that joins together to impact the world. It brought new meaning to Jesus’ command to “Let your light shine before men” (Matthew 5:16).
It would meet Americans’ not-so-subtle desire for instant gratification, that’s for sure. But if Amazon and other major for-profit companies begin to use drones for delivery, what could the repercussions be for our society?
The earth goes around the sun. Everyone knows this. Or at least it seems like everyone should know this. Yet in a recent poll by the National Science Foundation, it was found that one in four Americans think that the sun revolves around the earth.