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It's worth recalling that the incentive structures now governing executive pay in much of the corporate world were hailed as a miracle of human engineering a generation ago when they focused once-complacent CEOs with laser precision on steering companies toward the brightest possible futures.
With its human engineering, the club partly powers itself: The better the music, the more people dance, and the more electricity comes out of the floor.
A thoughtful and singularly eloquent balance of social consciousness and appreciation for the wonders beyond human engineering.
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 20, 2005 - (JCNN) - On October 3, KOKUYO S&T will launch Japan's first PC mouse that has been designed based on human engineering principles for left-handed people.
A natural right-hander, Schindewolf owes his left-handed batting stroke to the wonders of human engineering.
Knapp also tells how the fantastic feathers and flames of reds and purples that appear on tulips aren't a result of human engineering but rather are indications of a viral disease transmitted by aphids.
Human Engineering Ltd, a British ergonomics consultancy, is carrying out the project and is looking for companies or people who have had experience of exercise as a way of preparing for work.
With the both sublime and ominous new possibilities for human engineering come pointed questions of teleology: Where do we want to take our history and our progeny?