Crisis on Infinite Earths

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    Arrow Vs Flash

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    Holding Out for a Hero Whether it’s six year old kids playing with superman action figures, or college students going to see the latest Batman movie, it's evident that in this day and age, everyone loves a good hero. In an unpredictable world where so many people often feel powerless, companies such as Marvel and DC comics provide a much needed escape from reality through the use of extraordinary fictional characters, such as the Green Arrow and the Flash. These two DC characters differ greatly from each other, and in their own way they each represent opposite sides of the superhuman realm. The Flash (A.K.A Barry Allen) represents a more familiar part of what has become defined as a hero. Born a normal boy, Barry Allen grew up with an unbelievably compassionate personality and became a forensic scientist with the hope of freeing his father from prison after he was framed for killing Barry’s mom. When a failed scientific experiment resulted in Barry getting struck by supernatural lightning, he was transformed into a kind-hearted vigilante who has the ability to run at the speed of light. On the opposite end of the hero spectrum, the green arrow (A.K.A Oliver Queen) grew up as a spoiled billionaire playboy who was constantly bailed out of jail by high priced lawyers. When a boating accident stranded him on a chinese prison island and killed his father, Oliver spent five years fighting for survival until he returned home hell bent on revenge and saving his city. For…

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    What is a hero? Is it what people see in movies, a man in tight and has super powers? A hero can come in any shape, size, gender, or race. From a superhero like The Flash or a Police Officer people see in their everyday lives, heros are found everywhere. In the the Marvel comics, Daredevil, DC comics, The Flash, and reality, Police officer, heroes are men who have shown distinguished courage or ability, and who is admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities, But a police officer does not…

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    Judy Hopps

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    Batman walked up to him. “Where are we, and who are you?”, he asked. The man stood up, and looked at Batman. “Hello, I am Revolver Randy. We are on a planet called Theia. Do you see the planet above us? That is the Earth 5 billion years ago. In this time period, the Earth was hotter than the Sun! In just a few minutes, the planet we are on will collide with the Earth”. Batman interrupted, “Wait, the planet we are on is going to crash into the Earth? We need to stop it!” Revolver Randy said,…

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    take action. He stated, "The idea of infinite or unlimited growth, which proves so attractive to economists, financiers and experts in technology ... is based on the lie that there is an infinite supply of the earth 's goods, and this leads to the planet being squeezed dry at every limit” (Francis). He continued to outline many excellent points surrounding the crisis. The environment today is facing many problems that are not to be ignored. From air pollution to a drastic decrease in clean…

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    His father, accused of murdering nora allen, is sent to jail and barry spends the next twenty years devoted to finding the “Man in Yellow.” One night in his CSI lab, Barry was struck by a bolt of lightning and knocked unconscious. The combination of the chemicals in his lab, and the lightning bolt, Barry woke up from a nine month coma, with the gift of the speedforce. Etc- Infinite crisis death, villains include the Reverse Flash, Professor Zoom, Hunter Zolomon... IV. 3rd Main point Point 1-…

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    Alternative Energy is Beneficial and Economical The dilemma of discovering an infinite energy resource has long been an endeavor of people. Ever since the dawn of the industrial revolution, man has struggled to search for a sustainable resource to quench the insatiable energy needs of the society and this has led to a heavy reliance on fossil fuels whose resources are non-renewable – they cannot be replenished. The realization that some of these fossil fuel resources may not last long…

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    energy crisis occurring. There was awareness that fossil…

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    As the creator, God is letting us borrow it. We are “strangers and sojourners” (Leviticus 25:23) here and we are allowed to take and use the Earth’s resources but we are expected to use them responsibly (Francis 49). As time has gone by, we have taken advantage of this privilege and ruined the Earth. God expects us to work together to with nature as well as with each other. Our selfish mindsets keep us from doing that. Developed countries like the U.S, are guilty of this. As a country, we do…

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    Grass Root Movement

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    and low-carbon energy system’. Japan too has demonstrated preference for a transition away from fossil fuels and nuclear energy, although whether this policy will actually be implemented is questionable. Another promising development has been China’s recent issuing of tariffs on Australian coal imports. Even domestically, despite the hackneyed federal political position, South Australia has made it clear that it is within the state’s mandate to work toward ambitious renewable energy targets. …

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    has any meaning or value. Albert Camus, Thomas Nagel, and William James each argue how one should continue living one’s life after the existential crisis of nihilism and of realizing the absurdity of the meaning of life. Camus believes that one should react with scorn to the absurdity of the universe, Nagel said that one should react with…

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