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  • Argumentative Essay On Ufos At Area 51

    A top secret Air force base, also known as Area 51, is located 100 miles north of Las Vegas. Some might say it gives off a strange or mysterious feeling.Many people claim to have seen UFO’s flying over the base. Area 51 is known for it’s really strange activity, and conspiracy theories, that the public is so interested in. There has been evidence shown of Aliens and UFO’s at Area 51, and it is a wide know idea. The Area 51 base has been shrouded in mystery, for many years. Aliens and alien…

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  • Feminist Art In The 1980's

    The 1980’s was a big time for inventions. One of the big time games invented was Pacman. The Macintosh computer and the Air Jordan 1 was some other big time inventions in the 1980’s. At the time art was genuinely popular. Some of the greatest artists were Dash Snow, Aleah Chapin, and Richard T. Scott. On April 24,1980, the U.S. Government underwent a secret rescue to save hostages in Tehran. The U.S, however the Government failed to rescue the hostages. The hostages did not get released until…

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  • Pros And Cons Of The Moon Landing

    We all know the phrase, “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Neil Armstrong said this as he took the first steps on the moon. This moment was an immense one for humans. We had finally reached the moon, something scientists had always dreamed of. Although, what if it was fake? What if everything we learned about this great moment was not the truth? The moon landing conspiracy theory is one that is greatly followed and believed by many. It states that the moon landing was, in fact…

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  • Landing On The Moon Essay

    When Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin successfully accomplished their mission of not just landing on the moon, but actually taking a step on the lunar surface, this changed the world in ways people would have never have imagined. The historical impact of this event is incredible, but the feelings felt by individuals all across the world that day are even more incredible. However, the feelings shared by individuals across the world were not mutual. While many rejoiced in the extravagant…

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  • Importance Of Chemistry Is Life

    “Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man’s desire to understand.” - Neil Armstrong, the man who first set his foot on the moon, then a distant object and a source of awe; and it is in this quest of surmounting the unconquered and taming the wild which denotes man’s insatiate desire to understand Nature. Evolution has been the fundamental reason for progress of life on earth and the eclectic strategies employed by Mother Nature in the eternal perpetuation of the process are simply…

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  • Pros And Cons Of A Career In Aerospace Engineering

    The three careers that I am choosing to investigate from my major, aerospace engineering, are: propulsion development engineer, spacecraft structures engineer, and spacecraft materials engineer. Of these three, my first pick would be propulsion development engineer, followed by spacecraft structures engineer. Propulsion development is a branch of aerospace engineering that focuses on spacecraft and aircraft propulsion systems. I chose to investigate these three careers as I feel that I would…

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  • Mating And Genetic Manipulation In Gattaca, By Andrew Niccol

    Gattaca is a film by Andrew Niccol that depicts a futuristic society where eugenics, or the use of selective breeding and genetic manipulation, has become dominant as a way to perfect humanity. The film centers on Vincent Freeman, a naturally-conceived young man whose genetically inferior status as an In-Valid precludes him from achieving his dream of joining the space program Gattaca. Determined to pursue space travel, he assumes the genetic identity of Jerome Morrow, a genetically superior…

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  • A Case Against Civilization Analysis

    We have sent a man to the moon, we can get to somewhere miles away in minutes, and we can communicate with someone from across the globe almost instantaneously. These are just a few examples of the fantastic technology that we have developed that allows us to do things that our ancestors could never have even dreamed of. Surely, civilization as we know it is far superior to the pre-neolithic people. Well, according to John Lanchester’s article, “A Case Against Civilization,” our perceived…

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  • Gender Stereotypes In The Pixar Animated Film Lifted

    Looking up at the vast night sky, the wonder and excitement of space captivates many people. We wonder what is out there, or who is out there? The Pixar animated film Lifted takes our curiosity and puts it on the big screen. The story focuses on a little teen alien named Stu, as he tries to pass his human abduction exam, graded by Mr. B. Stu attempts to abduct a rural farmer named Ernie. Stu, being an overconfident teen, hilariously messes up the entire abduction, amazingly not waking up Ernie.…

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  • Tension, Humor, And Foreshadowing In The Martian By Andy Weir

    Tension, humor, and foreshadowing are some examples of elements that readers will find in The Martian. In The Martian, astronaut Mark Watney is left behind on Mars. Because of a dust storm, Mark's teammates believe that he is dead and left him behind. The Martian is a science fiction book that gives readers an idea of how people might be able to colonize Mars and gives readers an idea of what space is like. The Martian has an author that self-published his book, and who used humor and…

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