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Would you allow a group of people to rule your actions No never And that is also what Mr Ross and his students have learned throughout their unforgettable experiment--- The wave The Wave was an organization which was set up by Mr Ross The aim of that was to let students get a feeling of the German Nazis because it is always hard for free fish to understand what is happening to the hooked one But gradually it was out of control And the only reason is that the students were caught up by The Wave too deeply At the end Mr Ross have told them we are all responsible for our own actions And that you must always question what you do rather than blindly follow a leader and that for rest of your individual rights Page 105 And because of The Wave these students had once lost these qualities To begin with The Wave has made a brain-wash to all the students in the history class The have learned to obey and agree all the things they have been taught No more thinking and no more questioning Firstly this have gone against the purpose of study Students blindly accept ideas from text books or teachers without thinking they will actually learn and understand nothing Apart from that this kills the nature of human If people only know agreeing not actually think then what is the difference between human and robots Weve raised you to be an individual Page 43 said Lauries mum Yes our world can be highly developed like today is because the constant queries thinking and innovations If people only know to accept and agree there would not be Copernicus Nicholas questioning the Geocentric Theory and advancing the Heliocentric Theory More worryingly The Wave has created conflicts between Wave members and non-Wave members Today after school a boy was beaten up her father said but apparently
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