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112 : Humans Who Can Be Trusted

We do not anticipate any changes to how enterprises currently manage their fleet and trusted enterprise CAs, such as through group policy, macOS Keychain Access, or system management tools like Puppet.

112 : Humans Who Can Be Trusted

The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has characterized aquaculture as one of the world's fastest-growing food production activities. World aquaculture production grew from approximately 1 million metric tons in the early 1950s to 78.9 million metric tons in 2010 (the most recent FAO data available).29 Meanwhile, the harvest from wild populations has been static for the last two decades, and further growth of fish production for human consumption is expected to rely on aquaculture. In 2006, FAO estimated that 47% of all fish consumed by humans came from aquaculture. FAO predicts that world aquaculture production could exceed 130 million metric tons by 2030, more than double the current wild fish harvest for human consumption.30

As Caesar headed up to his room, Will saw Caroline open his secret office and demanded an explanation. Will told her how he chose to save Caesar and not knowing that Caesar has inherited the 112 through his mother, but then reveals to Caroline that Caesar's intelligence has evolved far beyond that of the 112's design to repair the brain. As Caroline told him what he was doing was wrong, Will defended his actions and mentioned without the drug his father would've lost his identity and died from his Alzheimer's, pointing out the positive until Caroline asked him how does Caesar fit in as he's the first ape with heightened intelligence. Seeing that it made the ape an outside to both humans and apes, Will said Caesar belongs with them. Hearing Caroline's pleas about him attempting to play god, Will once again defended his actions, causing a momentary drift in their relationship.

The next morning after Caroline left for work, Will joined Charles and Caesar for breakfast, telling the troubled ape to eat. Sitting down, Will saw Caesar reach for Charles hand and noticed he was holding the fork upside down as Caesar flipped it right-side up. Concerned, Will asked his father if he was okay, which Charles said he was, but Will and Caesar saw that something was wrong. Heading to work with his father's blood sample, Will ran some tests and made a horrifying discovery: his father's immune system has developed antibodies to fight off the 112, causing his Alzheimer's to return and rendering the ALZ-112 ineffective with humans. Returning home, Will's horror has intensified as he learned that Charles' Alzheimer's made him attempted to driver Hunsiker's car, angering Hunsiker who threatened Charles, which made Caesar attack Hunsiker.

Caesar then helps the scared Will up, as Will tells Caesar that he's sorry for everything and begs Caesar to come home with him knowing that the humans would soon find him and the other apes and says he'll protect Caesar if he comes. Caesar looks upon his fellow apes and realizing he wants to live in true freedom hugs and whispers into Will's ear "Caesar is home". Will, shocked and perhaps happy about Caesar talking, realizes that this is indeed their last farewell, so he respects Caesar's wishes and allows him to live with his own kind. Will watches Caesar with the other apes climb to the tops of the Redwoods and is left proud of Caesar for finding his true place in the world.

As of this film, Will has been believed to be dead for a number of years but there is no direct evidence given to prove this. Will is indirectly mentioned several times throughout the film. The first time is when Maurice and Caesar are talking about the birth of Caesar's youngest son, Cornelius when Maurice asks if Caesar misses the humans. Caesar admits he does, which relates back to his childhood, growing up with Will. Later in the forest, Ellie indirectly mentions Will by saying that the Simian Flu was created by scientists in a lab, though it is unclear if she actually knew Will was responsible for the virus' creation. After Caesar tells the humans to leave, after finding out one of them had a gun, Malcolm comes to his home and tells him that not all humans are like Carver, Caesar is shown to have become deep in thought, probably thinking of Will and how he treated him like a son. These words have him put aside his distrust and allow Ellie to give Cornelia medicine and results in Caesar letting the humans stay for one more day. When Caesar is shot by Koba and Malcolm's family find and rush him to the city he directs them to his old family home where the family learn of his past and his reasons for being kind to them. The house is marked with having sick humans inside; presumably this confirms Will's death. Later on, Blue Eyes (the oldest son of Caesar) would find his father alive and he would discover through a framed portrait that his father had been raised by humans hence the reason for his sympathy and compassion towards them. Blue Eyes would slowly think of Will as a grandfather due to him raising Caesar from infancy and to adulthood. While at the residence, Caesar also found an old recording of Will and himself and watched it sadly.

Years after Will's apparent death (not yet confirmed) Blue Eyes, Caesar's oldest son would visit the Rodman Residence and while watching over his wounded father would discover that a picture of Will and his father Caesar, learning he was raised by humans hence his reason being compassionate and sympathetic to them. Blue Eyes would then consider Will as his grandfather in a way due to him raising Caesar from infancy to adulthood.

Aside from working 10- or 12-hour shifts, nurses often have to provide emotional support, aside from their real duties. While doctors are mostly concerned with diagnosing and treating humans, nurses will be at your side to help you get back up.

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In humans, and by inference also in elephants, the muscles of the larynx help to contract and relax the vocal cords. The greater the flexibility of the larynx, the greater the ability of these muscles to stretch and relax, which in turn affects the contraction and relaxation of the vocal cords and consequently the pitch or frequency of the sound that is produced. So, the modification in elephants of the hyoid apparatus to house the pharyngeal pouch also permits an enlargement of the resonating chamber by lowering the loosely attached larynx.

He says that God created man so that he can have a relationship with him just as in the Sumerian and Babylonian texts, where people were related to the creator god as servants of the gods.61 Westermann writes, 'humans are created in such a way that their very existence is intended to be their relationship to God'.62 Like Barth, Westermann says that man has an interactive relationship with God. Man is God's counterpart, a creature that corresponds, speaks and listens to God.63 In support of his view, Westermann points out that Genesis 1:26ff with its pre-history is derived from an independent circulative narrative parallel to Genesis 2, not originally part of the creation account.64 So to him, Genesis 1:26-27 has nothing to do with creation. The major concern of Genesis 1:26-27 and Genesis 2 is the relationship between God and human beings. Commenting on Genesis 1:26, Westermann says, as if it is common knowledge, that 'what is striking is that one verse about a person, almost unique in the Old Testament, has become the center of attention in modern exegesis, whereas it has no such significance in the rest of the Old Testament, and, apart from Ps 8, does not occur again';65 'Gen 1:26f. is not making a general and universal valid statement about the nature of humankind; if it were, then the Old Testament would have much more to say about this image and likeness.'66 Westermann does not make some sort of weighty argument to support his position.

Richard J. Middleton interprets the image and likeness of God in Genesis 1:2627 from a functional or 'Royal' perspective.77 According to Middleton the 'royal' flavour of the text 'does not depend only on the close linking of image with the mandate to rule and subdue the earth and its creatures in verses 26 and 28 (typically royal functions). Beyond this royal mandate, the God in whose image and likeness humans are created is depicted as sovereign over the cosmos, ruling by royal decree ("let there be").'78 Middleton argues that Genesis 1:26 is parallel to Isaiah 6: in both cases God is addressing the heavenly court. In Genesis 1:26, God addresses his court with the words 'let us make humanity in our image'; an address which is parallel to God's question to the seraphim in Isaiah 6:8: 'Whom shall I send? And who will go for us.' Just as Isaiah saw Yahweh 'seated on a throne, high and exalted' (Isa 6:1), so the author of Genesis 1 portrays God as King over the heavens and the earth.79 According to Middleton, the immediate context of Genesis 1:26-27 does not clarify the meaning of the imago Dei, so he views the Ancient Near East as the background of the imago Dei.80 According to Middleton, the imago Dei 'designates the royal office or calling of human beings as God's representatives and agents in the world, granted authorised power to share in God's rule or administration of the earth's resources and creatures'.81 Middleton sees the creation account of Genesis 1 as a polemic against the ancient Near Eastern polytheism.82 According to Middleton, Genesis 1:26-27 'was intended to subvert as an oppressive social system and to empower' God's people with dignity as God's representatives in the world.83 041b061a72


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