Bore Corpus or Of the Value and the Extension 1 For this chronicle, apraz me it chance to reflect by means of compared truths, that is: I want to compare the Biblical truth in the philosophical one. At posterior moment, I still wait to inquire the reason of both in the present time of the hypothetical human behavior. For such intention, I believe that it is in good ways to initiate this too much confused reasoning and mistake as all the ones that, while chronic, I reflected – from two citations: 1 – ' ' Then God said: ' Let us make the man to our image and semelhana' (…) ' God created the man to its image; the image of God created it, created the man and mulher' ' ' 2 (Gnesis 1, 26-27 -) 3; 2 – ' ' The man is the measure of all the things, of that they are for what they are and of that they are not for what not so' ' 4 (Protgoras) 5. Leaving of the hypothesis of that the meaning of all and any sentence is placed in the proper 6 sentence, we will say that the express thought in the first one configures considerable opposition to second, of luck that is logically incompatible. Assuming as mechanism of our reflection the beginning of third excluded according to which the thing is or it is not, let us inquire initially that proposal that is the first one in the order of my listing. It would like to start declaring that I will proceed not from a illustrative reading, as demands us Career of Snows, but literal of the same one, to the way of Saramago. When in them ' is pronounced; ' Then ' said God (…); ' , we can, with effect, to ask: It said for who? It would have then somebody next to God and that it would not have been for it created? But this is equivalent to ignore the possibility of any capable entity of language to reflect in high voice, is to say: when somebody pronounces a thought, such act not necessarily is destined to somebody. .
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Energy use in both China and Asia is shocking. For example, the demand for petroleum in China in 2010 reached 8.6 million barrels per day, and is expected to increase to 14.2 barrels by 2030. China has improved its refining capacity so that it meets most of its current and expected needs, but the belief is that the country will nonetheless need to import 11.7 barrels of oil in 2030, up from the 4.8 million it imports today.
The numbers in India are smaller but still remarkable. The country consumes 3 million barrels daily, while to thirds of those are imported. The International Energy Agency believes that together, the two countries will be responsible for 50-65 percent of the increase in petroleum demand over the next twenty years.
Distrust and desperation are expected to drive the two countries apart, causing them to compete for energy as opposed to joining forces. The rapid modernization of the emerging Asian giants means unprecedented energy-focused competition. With careful planning, the two countries may be able to negotiate international investments and agreements, thereby avoiding the problem in the years to come.