Salsa Dancing Ethics And Personal Hygiene On The Dance Floor

For anyone looking to get into the exercise, the below information should be kept in mind.

1. Before getting out onto the dance floor, it is important to think about how one smells; this is something to think about because other people will be within close proximity. If somebody in the group smells like as if he or she had not taken a bath in a week, the mood could easily be spoiled. Therefore, taking a bath or shower is something that should be done. If a person suffers from a sweating problem, he or she should consider trying out a deodorant that will fix it. Seeing a reputable doctor is also a good way to seek help.

2. Part of being a good salsa dancer also means taking health into consideration. Deciding to have a smoke break in the middle of the dance floor is not only rude, but damaging to anybody who happens to be nearby. In addition, drinking alcoholic beverages during the course of a dance or lesson should also be avoided. A drunken dancer can only mess things up for others, causing tension, discomfort and even animosity. The person in question may even fall down and get injured.

3. Dancing is never easy when there is somebody else on the floor getting in the way. If the person is not dancing, he or she should not stand in the middle of the dance floor. No matter who he or she might be, this individual does not own that space, and thus it is not for him or her to take up the entire area. Staying off the floor when not salsa dancing will free up needed room, and nobody will bump into one another.

4. When it comes to Salsa dancing ETHICS AND PERSONAL HYGIENE on the dance floor, it is important to get permission from a person before making him or her a dance partner. Nobody wants to be forced to do something he or she does not like or the person is not prepared for. To initiate, a dance without asking the other person first would show a great disrespect. Instead, if there is somebody, the person would like to dance with; one should approach the hopeful dance partner politely, asking nicely if the individual would like to go on the dance floor. It is believed the best way to go about it.

5. If coming to a salsa dancing class, one should be on time. Some people may show up a few minutes after the lesson starts, others may come around an hour later. This can cause a disruption to the flow of learning, and the other students may resent the person who came late. The instructor will not appreciate the need to talk to the student about what she or he has missed. It may help to carry a watch at all times, and if the class is early in the morning, one can set an alarm clock.

Salsa dancing is something that those who enjoy trying new things should consider. It helps keep in shape; for obvious reasons – the human body will be moving a lot. Hence, calories burning will take place. Something brand new will be definitely learned. The benefits of salsa dancing also come, with practicing good hygiene and fine manners; not only does it benefit the specific person, but also those who are around, as a result. There is nothing wrong with self-improvement, especially when it comes to the body and the mind.

The Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics

The Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics

Like in our real lives, we must have rules to follow with regards to the use of computers. There is a set of rules known as the Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics. Like the Ten Commandments in the Holy Bible, many of these are common sense approaches. Some keep you out of trouble, while others keep you private. No matter how you look at it, they are good to follow.

Computer ethics is based upon the premise of intellectual property; what you create with your mind is yours and yours alone, and no one else has the right to use it without your permission. The Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics were created in 1992 by the Computer Ethics Institute. The commandments were introduced in the paper “In Pursuit of a ‘Ten Commandments’ for Computer Ethics” by Ramon C. Barquin as a means to create a set of standards to guide and instruct people in the ethical use of computers. Many security organizations such as CISSP use these commandments as a foundation to guide them in the use of computer security guidelines. Whether you are a computer professional, or just a casual user, it is just a good idea to follow these commandments:

1. Thou shalt not use a computer to harm other people.

(In other words, do not use a computer in ways that may harm someone else).

2. Thou shalt not interfere with other peoples computer work.

(Do not use computer technology to cause interference in other users’ work).

3. Thou shalt not snoop around in other people’s computer files.

(Do not spy on another person’s computer data).

4. Thou shalt not use a computer to steal.

(Do not use computer technology to steal information).

5. Thou shalt not use a computer to bear false witness.

(Do not contribute to the spread of misinformation using computer technology).

6. Thou shalt not copy or use proprietary software for which you have not paid. (Refrain from copying software or buying pirated copies).

7. Thou shalt not use other people’s computer resources without authorization or proper compensation.

(Do not use someone else’s computer resources unless authorized to do so).

8. Thou shalt not appropriate other peoples intellectual output.

(It is wrong to claim ownership on a work which is the output of someone’s else’s intellect).

9. Thou shalt think about the social consequences of the program you are writing or the system you are designing.

(Before developing a software, think about the social impact it can have).

10. Thou shalt always use a computer in ways that ensure consideration and respect for your fellow humans.

(Be respectful and courteous with the others when using a computer or technology).

The Commandments are short and to the point. They by no means cover every possible situation which could arise from the use or misuse of a computer. They are guidelines. Violating some of them might be a violation of law in some countries, while in others, no laws exist. Take for instance Commandment number five. Bearing false witness can mean the spread of misinformation. Is that necessarily a violation of law? It can be considering the circumstances or situation. Consider Commandment number six. Software offered on a “trial” basis usually will have features locked that would become available for use once the software is paid for. It would be illegal to modify the code so that one can use those features without paying for them. On the other hand, what if someone downloads the program with the features already unlocked? Did they steal the software even though it was offered as a free download from a third-party site? That would depend on whether or not the person downloading knew it was a pirated copy.

As you can see, these Commandments can become a bit tricky depending on the circumstances. But as a general rule, practicing common sense while using a computer will usually keep you out of trouble.

Platonic-Fullerene Chemistry and the Ethics of Human Survival

People cannot be blamed for not understanding about any secret differences that exist between the meanings of eternal, infinite and perpetual. For thousands of years scholars have written complicated theories about that issue and many great thinkers were executed, imprisoned, or placed into exile for their efforts. Nonetheless, the matter has now become one of global human survival concern. Simple explanations, instead of complicated conspiracy speculations, are long overdue.

The molecule of emotion was discovered by Dr Candace Pert in 1972. Because of that discovery we can see why these secret differences have caused so much emotional chaos throughout history. The molecules evolve emotion by increasing the speed of their molecular movement. As well as evolving emotion, they also evolve the functioning of the endocrine system. This is essential for maintaining a healthy adaptation to a perpetual change of environmental reality. Platonic-Fullerene medical chemistry has now been rigorously established from the fractal logic of the ancient Greek Science for Ethical Ends. Based upon the physics principles of Sir Isaac Newton’s unpublished Heresy Papers, the new chemistry reveals the electromagnetic difference between aesthetics and ethics. The former functions within an entropic quantum mechanical environment to produce cerebral recognition of evolving survival information through the process of quantum biological entanglement.

The molecular speeding up process can be shown to be obeying a property of fractal logic belonging to the functioning of an infinite universe. Accepted modern science realises that fractal logic can extend to infinity, but it is unable to associate that process with the living process. This is because the existing general understanding of the second law of thermodynamics, now governing all accepted science, holds that all life in the universe must be destroyed when the universe descends into a thermodynamic Armageddon. Under entropic law, it is just as impossible to make a perpetual motion machine as it is to make perpetual peace on earth. Newton’s heresy was to balance mechanical decay with an evolving infinity, belonging to his infinite universe theories.

By revealing the secret confusion in society between concepts of eternity and infinity we become free from the merciless entropic yoke that has been imposed upon civilisation by entropic law.

The process of universal change is obvious, infinity becomes definable as perpetual change, while eternal religious lore imposes upon civilisation a fixed fictitious Armageddon of universal entropic death and destruction. Once again, science has been contaminated by the Church as it was when the earth was forbidden to revolve around the sun. All life sciences were forced to be only about a species moving toward total universal death and destruction for the religious objective of providing a fictitious redemption for an immortal soul deemed unfit for an infinite evolutionary purpose.

Scholars such as the 15th Century Nicholas of Cusa, tried to explain these matters about the Philosophy of the Infinite to the Vatican and developed profound mathematical theories about such matters, but he was later imprisoned and exiled for doing so. His work led on to the 18th Century electromagnetic theories of Immanuel Kant, of a God like perpetual peace on Earth. Kant’s electromagnetic ethic was banished from science, while his Aesthetics art appreciation theory went on to become the basis of Western Moral Jurisprudence Law for perpetual economic growth to sustain civilisation.

The love of beauty can be considered part of the evolutionary process and its fractal logic functioning within the cerebral functioning is now understood in terms of quantum biology. The ancient Platonic concept of Wisdom Through Beauty is considered to be an electromagnetic phenomena. It is now morally essential that WesternMoral Jurisprudence Law be rewritten to accommodate Immanuel Kant’s theories about perpetual peace. By modifying the existing moral law from its entropic disposition by exposing the secret social difference between eternal and infinite we might then be able to legally make sure that the world becomes a better, healthier place.

Professor Robert Pope ©