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Accessed May , 2010. 24 – "Dreyfus Affair", Encarta 2004. 25"United Kingdom "United Kingdom", Encarta 2004. 26 26 "Opium Wars", Columbia Encyclopedia. The study of the past is not about memorizing dates or facts however, it is about understanding oneself. Accessed May , 2010.

27 Accessed May 2010. 27 "World World War 1", Encarta 2004. When one starts the process of studying of the way they got to where they are today and what they learned from the battles, agreements and developments that formed them. Accessed May , 2010. 28 Accessed May 2010. 28 "Southeast Asia", Columbia Encyclopedia.

When learning about the lives of the ancestors of the past One can gain a better understanding of the way of life and the way that the people before them were required to do. Accessed May , 2010. 29 29 "Southeast Asia", Encyclopedia Britannica.

This gives a greater understanding and appreciation of oneself and the world that surrounds them. Accessed May, 2010. 30 30 "Spanish-American Conflict", Encyclopedia Britannica. Once one has a better understanding of the lessons, they can give themselves to gain a fresh perspective on who they really are. Accessed May, 2010. 31 31 "Boer Wars", Encyclopedia Britannica.

The past is always in a cycle. Accessed May , 2010. 32 32 "Great Depression" essay, Encyclopedia Britannica. The same event can never happen twice in the exact same way and with a different form. Accessed May , 2010. 33 33 "Cold Wars", Encyclopedia Britannica. If one analyzes the patterns of the changing, rising and conflict of people and the groups that they belong to and groups, one can gain a better understanding of the patterns that characterize humanity.

Accessed May, 2010. 34 Accessed May 2010. 34 "Cold Wars", Columbia Encyclopedia. This helps to gain a better understanding of the brain’s workings. Accessed May , 2010. 35 35 "Mikhail Gorbachev", Encyclopedia Britannica. This improves the understanding of the present and future.

Accessed May, 2010. 36 Accessed May 2010. 36 "NATO", Encyclopedia Britannica. This ability to recognize patterns within the events that take place is another reason why the past is examined. Accessed May , 2010.

37 – "Irish Potato Famine", Encyclopedia Britannica. It is studied because of the three reasons listed above. Accessed May, 2010. 38 Accessed May 2010. 38 "World World War 1", Encyclopedia Britannica. The mistakes made by humans in historical events shouldn’t be repeated, as it could lead to further loss and misery. Accessed May , 2010.

39 39 "World World War II", Encyclopedia Britannica. When one digs deeper into the complexities of historical events, people do not only discover more about other people as well as gain insight into themselves through the process. Accessed May, 2010. 40 Accessed May 2010. 40 "European Union", Columbia Encyclopedia.

Trends and patterns appear clearer as understanding improves, and questions of the motives and motivations of the mind and the race is solved. Accessed May, 2010. 41 41 "World energy supply", Encarta 2004. 42 42 "International Relations", Encyclopedia Britannica. The study of the past provides knowledge of oneself and the mind, as well as a deeper understanding on the behavior of the group, and an understanding of the past and the future. Accessed May, 2010.

43 Accessed May 2010. 43 "Crimean Conflict", Encarta 2004. 44"Mao Zedong" "Mao Zedong", Encyclopedia Britannica. A Short Introduction to Big Data. Accessed May , 2010.

45 Accessed May 2010. 45 "Great leap forward", Encyclopedia Britannica. Learn about the most important tasks you’ll face as well as the education and skills you’ll require through an online course of training. Accessed May , 2010.

46 – "Mao Zedong", Encarta 2004. 47 – "Cultural Revolution", Encarta 2004. 48 47 – "Indochina Wars", Encyclopedia Britannica. Big Data has been described by certain Data Management pundits (with a slight laugh) as "huge enormous, huge, and inexplicably high amounts of data." It was in 1663 that John Graunt dealt with "overwhelming quantities of data" and also, when he researched the bubonic disease that was currently inflicting havoc on Europe. Accessed May, 2010. 49 49 "Korean Conflict", Encyclopedia Britannica.

Graunt employed statistics and is acknowledged as being the first person to utilize statistical analysis of data. Accessed May , 2010. 50 – "Cuban missile crisis", Encyclopedia Britannica. In the beginning of the 1800s the field of statistical analysis broadened to include the collection and analysis of data. Accessed May, 2010.

51 51 "Soviet invasion of Afghanistan", Encyclopedia Britannica. The growth of Big Data includes a number of steps that are preliminary to its foundation. Accessed May, 2010.

52 – "Glasnost", Encyclopedia Britannica.

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