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    Zakariya Daham, NA14 Song Analysis 2016-02-12 (Is there) Life on Mars? ’’Life on Mars’’ is a song with the text and music written by the British musician David Bowie. It was first released as a single in the 22th of June, 1971, and was later featured in his album Hunky Dory. David Bowie is notoriously famous for his critique of society, and this song of his is a metaphorical masterpiece that takes the crown. This song is all about how our own entertainment, movies, music and TV have become too inclusive and important that our own lives have begun to imitate them. The first verse highlights on ‘’the girl with mousy hair’’ as he puts it. She has got drama going on, and it’s not a shocker with whom: her parents. This song was released in 1971…

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    Mars harboured long-lasting lakes and water streams about 3.8 to 3.3 billion years ago, boosting the odds that life may have once existed on the Red Planet, scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have found. Using data from the Curiosity rover, NASA's Mars Science Laboratory/Curiosity team has determined that, long ago, water helped deposit sediment into Gale Crater, where the rover landed more than three years ago. The sediment deposited as layers that formed the foundation for Mount…

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    EASSY Harry Bittering and his family live on Mars at the moment because Earth has an on going war with atomic bombs which could kill many people. Harry must go through the struggle on Mars because the moment he steps off the rocket he wants to go home because the new environment make him feel out of place. After being on Mars for some times Harry starts to physically and mentally change about being on Mars. Harry Bittering and his family go to mars after a war had started on Earth but shortly…

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    Although scientists have speculated about intelligent life on Mars, it comes as a complete surprise to England when Martians land, having been shot to Earth in flaming cylinders. At first the projectiles are mistaken for shooting stars or meteors. Then Ogilvy, the first to discover one of the cylinders that has landed, realizes that it is hollow; as it cools, he can hear something inside unscrewing the cylinder’s top. Ogilvy informs a local journalist, Henderson, and soon a crowd, including the…

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    the existence of potentially life supporting water that flows across the antient surface of Mars, even today! According to John Grunsfeld, the associate administrator for the Science Mission Directorate at NASA, "the existence of liquid water, even if it is super salty briny water, gives the possibility that if there's life on Mars, that we have a way to describe how it might survive." Using images taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, NASA researchers confirmed that the water streaks found…

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    Sending a manned space mission to Mars sounds pretty cool, right, and we all have questions like "Is there life on Mars?" I personally think we should give Mars a visit because think about the secrets we could uncover that could be astonishing and so helpful. We could go to see if we can find information about earth or even have success living there would possibly give us time to explore longer and collect more. Imagine living up there in a sustained area waiting for whatever comes next. Now…

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    The Ethical Approach To ‘Life on Mars’ With the current state of Earth as global warming causes extreme weather changes set to intensify through the coming years, combined with the depleted level of resources available, due to unsustainable extraction, consumption and waste, and the rapid advances in technology, the race to colonise Mars is becoming increasingly alluring. At present, there are many interested government bodies such as NASA and private companies such as Mars One along with…

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    Even though Life on Mars does not have the focused theme of family presented throughout like Rose, Smith's collection of poetry nonetheless does include a long interlude that is her eulogy to her dead father. The poem itself goes through multiple stages of the speaker's grief. Page thirty-one of this poem focuses on the speaker reflecting on life and her father. It is as if after all the grieving, she takes a moment to pause and think. The speaker addresses her own viewpoints of her father,…

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    earth, we put an astronaut on the moon. Today, humanity has its sights set on Mars, but getting to Mars and back poses a more difficult task than anything we’ve ever done before. However, because new technology is being developed every day to help humans get to Mars, a manned mission to Mars should be realistic by the 2030’s. Just getting to…

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    David Bowie was an androgynous musician who had several songs that had deep symbolism. For example his song “Life on Mars” which was released in 1971 along with the Hunky Dory Album, but it took off when he embraced his Ziggy Stardust persona. The song is dedicated to an era of rebellion against materialism and escapism through entertainment such as movies and shows. Most of all, the song is dedicated to a time in which media was focused on all of the violence and acts of resistance. The…

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