Discuss which theory of justice is the most logical and

1.  250 words minimum for question #1
Carl Linnaeus developed the binomial system of classification which is still used today. This global system assigns a genus and species to all living organisms (e.g., Homo sapiens). Many scientists believe that an understanding of organism classification is vital to an understanding of the diversity of living organisms. Do you agree? Why or why not?
Do you come across similar types of organization in your own life or career (e.g., the Dewey Decimal System)? Explain.
Do you think there are bacteria in the world that have not been identified yet? Why or why not?
If so, where might the bacteria be located?
How might they be different, beneficial or harmful compared to known bacterial species?
Your turn! Imagine that you have discovered a new bacterium! You know that it is in the genus Escherichia based on staining and biochemical tests, but it is a brand new species. Briefly describe its environment and/or where you found it (e.g., Yankee stadium). Do not forget to give it a name! As the founder, you may name the species whatever you wish (e.g., Escherichia derek jeteria )
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Reward and Punishment
In this week’s Discussion, you and your peers will discuss justice. Justice is concerned with the fair use of rewards and punishments. You and your peers will discuss some of these issues and discuss which theory of justice is most logical and ethical.