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Imagine 10

What are the goals of the network? How does it work?

The goals of this network is to let people know what is going on around the world , and wants people to help and find solutions to make the world a better place. The network works by everyone doing their part and not only finishing missions online but actually completing them in the real world.

Who are the members? Why do they join?

The members are people who care about the future of this…


Posted on May 10, 2010 at 4:09am

Imagine 9

Managing Panic in a Pandemic, would be the most important factor in a bad situation. Many people do not handle bad news very well, so they turn to others to help cope with a problem. For example when the swine flu was introduced, many turned to the media for answers and ways not to get sick. If you provide information to the people, it will put them at ease if they know they are getting informed.

Posted on April 30, 2010 at 4:46pm

Imagine 9

I would form a group of people that I know I can trust to get the job done. First, I would get in contact with people from a region that the pandemic already went through, and see what worked and did not work for them. I would then set up a social networking system that people could connect to and read updates on what is going on to handle the pandemic. With the advancement of technoligy, we have instant access to people across the world and should utilize it especially in a situation like this.

Posted on April 30, 2010 at 4:30pm

Imagine 8

By the time I am 100, I would pass on to the world to keep it clean as possible and take care of the environement. I am pretty sure that the endangered species list will have increased greatly due to illegal hunting. I would tell the future generations to conserve water and use what resources are left carefully.

Posted on April 30, 2010 at 4:17pm

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