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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of President Kennedy's Moon Speech

    Analysis of President Kennedy’s moon speech The moon speech was given by President Kennedy on the 25th of May 1961. During the speech, President Kennedy announced the national goal which was landing on the moon and returning to Earth safely. He also indicated that this goal would be one of the most difficulty and impressive in the history of exploring the space. Landing on the moon was also one of the most remarkable events of mankind. President Kennedy used ethos and pathos effectively in the…

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  • Film Review: Raiders Of The Lost Ark

    Taking place during 1936, Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) displays American Archaeologist, Indiana Jones, who escapes a booby-trapped temple in Peru, and gets hold of a golden idol. Jones then gets surrounded by a rival archaeologist, named Dr. René Belloq, and the indigenous people of Hovito. Outnumbered by these people, Jones surrenders the golden idol to Dr. Belloq, and escapes by getting onto a floatplane that is waiting for him. Jones then returns back to his teaching job at Marshall College…

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  • Genetic Engineering Quotes In Gattaca

    Gattaca is a science fiction film about the idea of science and technology in the late 20th century, that created an imaginary and futuristic society based on genetic engineering. Gattaca features the actors, Ethan Hawke (Vincent Anton Freeman), Jude Law (Jerome Eugene Morrow), Uma Thurman (Irene Cassini), and Loren Dean (Anton Freeman), to relay the story of a young boy who was conceived outside the eugenics program, and struggles to overcome genetic discrimination and fulfill his dream of…

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  • The Case Of Moon Microsystems, Inc. V. John Zucchini?

    For my Essay #3, The Juror’s Reflection, I have chosen to discuss the case of Moon Microsystems, Inc. v. John Zucchini. I have chosen this case as I found John Zucchini sounded very innocent during my first read through of the trial description, but on each successive read through I found he sounded more and more guilty. I believe that Zucchini would have had a hard time justifying any benefits of his chosen domain name outside of the gained popularity through Moon’s customer’s confusion. In…

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  • Book Analysis Of A Wrinkle In Time

    Timeless “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you'll land among the stars,” says Norman Vincent Peale. Madeleine L’Engle’s inspiring story, A Wrinkle in Time is a science fiction novel about three kids who journey through time, space, and even dark matter to uncover someone they love who mysteriously disappeared one night years ago. A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle, is a must read and should be in the Little Free Library because it teaches good lessons and morals to readers, is…

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  • Summary Of Samuel R Delany's High Weir

    Samuel R Delany’s High Weir, is a story published in 1967. The story describes an expedition group that is stationed on Mars and how one of the memebers goes through a mental breakdown and experiences delusions. The story is narrated by the man himself and throughout the story, he himself starts questioning his sanity. High Weir takes the reader on a wild SF rollercoaster. Confusing the reader with the thoughts of the narrator and with the actual events taking place outside the narrators mind.…

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  • Creative Writing: Crying On Mars

    Shaylee Kading Hour 5 12-04-17 Crying on Mars “So that boy’s and girl’s is why planet Mars is so hot.” Mrs.Phillips explained. As I raised my hand I wondered if I could go to mars. Mrs.Phillips called on me but I didn’t bare to ask. So I replied with. “never mind”. Once, I returned home I asked my beautiful, brown hair, brown eye mother Shelly, “if I could go to Mars”. My Mom replied with “ Aidan your a twelve year old, handsome boy with brown hair and.gl brown eyes”. “But mom even…

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  • Andy Weir's The Martian

    You are an astronaut, and your crew leaves you on mars. Everyone thinks you died. I am reading The Martian by Andy Weir, and I am on page 251. This book is about a man named Mark Watney. Mark is left on mars under the impression that his demise happened. He finds safety in the Hab, but the food available will only last him about 300 sols (days on mars). Even if anyone on Earth knew he was alive, a rescue trip would take over 800 sols to get to mars. When reading, I recognized three merits: humor…

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  • Christian Themes In The Martian

    The Christian theme of the inviolable dignity of the individual human being is present throughout Ridley Scott’s film “The Martian.” In the film, NASA astronaut Mark Watney is on Mars with a team of other astronauts. The team gets caught in a huge storm, and Watney is swept away. His team thinks that he is dead, so they leave. Watney survived being swept away, but then he is stranded on Mars and has to survive. To survive, he applies the scientific method in creative ways. When NASA finds out…

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  • Sally Ride Essay

    Sally Ride is a famous astronaut who has accomplished many great things. She is known for being the first American woman and being the overall third person to travel into space. Sally has brought the world to realize that men are not the only great people out there and that woman can be amazing too. Sally Ride is remembered as a national hero who changed the fate of America’s space program. She has taught people to reach for the stars and to keep on trying no matter what. Sally…

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