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Relentless and ominous, the drumbeat echoes around the land: Social defense is at the verge of financial disaster. The caution has been repeated so frequently that it has turn into a depressing article of religion for the hundreds of thousands of american citizens who pay Social safeguard taxes and count on to assemble merits sometime. however it is flatly unfaithful.
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The term Giga (symbol G) is a preﬁx in the SI denoting a factor of 109. The preﬁx is derived from the Greek gigas, meaning giant. The term Tera (symbol T) is a preﬁx in the SI denoting a factor of 1012. The preﬁx comes derived from Greek teras, meaning monster. The term Peta (symbol P) is a preﬁx in the SI denoting a factor of 1015. The preﬁx is derived from the Greek pente, meaning ﬁve. The term Exa (symbol E) is a preﬁx in the SI denoting a factor of 1018. The preﬁx is derived from the Greek hexa, meaning six.
10) J. Mokyr, The Gifts of Anthena: Historical Origins of the Knowledge Economy, Princeton University Press, 2002. G. Sieloff, ‘If only HP knew what HP knows’: the roots of knowledge management at HewlettPackard, Journal of Knowledge Management, Volume 3, N. 1, p. 47, 1999. 7 8 2 Knowledge Management: From Theory to Practice Protect Respond Inform Secure Monitor (PRISM) programme learned that even private e-mail and SMS messages are analysed and used for intelligence 12) purposes. However, the most important form of knowledge is the knowledge embedded 13) in a person.
B. Probst (Eds), Self-Organization and Management of Social Systems, Springer-Verlag, 1984). Order in the natural world includes not only the static and crystallized order in which entropy is zero, but also the unstable order in which new structures are formed by the work of matter and energy. The latter is ‘order out of chaos’ according to the theory of dissipative structure (I. Prigogine and I. Stengers, Order out of Chaos: Man’s New Dialogue with Nature, Bantam Books, 1984). In an evolutionary planning perspective, moreover, Jantsch argues: ‘In contrast to widely held belief, planning in an evolutionary spirit therefore does not result in the reduction of uncertainty and complexity, but their increases.