We have discussed in detail the reasons why it is important to have a global mindset, but there are those out there who fear the globalization of the United States. Also there are those that think many will get hurt in this globalization process. In the book Global Village or Global Pillage, it is discussed in depth that the globalization of the world will leave those who are poor and suffering right now, even poorer and more suffering as the globalization grows (Bretcher and Costello, 142). This goes along with the Darwin’s theory of the survival of the fittest. It seems easy to talk about this when you are discussing animals, but it is a lot tougher to rational when human lives come in to play.
In another book, American Patriotism in a Global Society, we see examples of how many Americans want just America to be on the top pillar of the global network. This book argues that the transformation of our world into a global society is causing a resurgence of tribalism at the same time that it is inspiring the ideology of political holism – the under-minding of human society as an evolving global system of interdependent individuals, cultures, and nations (Craige 5). To simplify this books main idea is to say that there is an underlying battle going on between not necessarily the nations to be the best, but inside the individuals, most of whom have tribalistic instincts. It is hard to do things and participate in things that you don’t feel accustomed to which drives us into the conclusion of this paper.
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For instance, how do the radio astronomers in Contact (the Jodie Foster movie based on Carl Sagan’s novel of the same name) infer the presence of extraterrestrial intelligence in the beeps and pauses they monitor from space? The researchers run signals through computers that are programmed to recognize many preset patterns. Signals that do not match any of the patterns pass through the “sieve” and are classified as random. After years of receiving apparently meaningless “random” signals, the researchers discover a pattern of beats and pauses that corresponds to the sequence of all the prime numbers between 2 and 101. (Prime numbers, of course, are those that are divisible only by themselves and by one.) When a sequence begins with 2 beats, then a pause, 3 beats, then a pause… and continues all the way to 101 beats, the researchers must infer the presence of an extraterrestrial intelligence.