As I was walking around this past weekend, I tried to notice things that would fall under this blog prompt. I was able to come up with a couple oppositions in our lives. First of all, it can get very cold in the winter months in Minnesota. I couldn’t imagine living outside in December or January. Our solution to the cold is shelter and heat. Without heat, we would slowly die. Heat has been around forever with fire as a source. From fire, we have developed using gas and electricity. Another opposition we have is overcrowding. Having over 400,000 people living in Minneapolis just doesn't work. Our resolution to this opposition of overcrowding is building up. We build apartment buildings and houses multiple stories so less space is occupied. I thought of a problem that may be an opposition, and doesn't yet have a solution is cancer. Cancer takes lives at an absurd rate, and we don't have a cure for it yet. It is man against a phenomenon. We don't know why we get cancer, and we don't know how to stop it, but we have thought of ways to slow it down and make it go away for periods of time (chemo). This is the biggest opposition of our time, as we struggle to find a resolution for it.