Diana Moon-Glampers

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  • Narrative Essay On The Day Of Tomorrow

    The Day of Tomorrow Remember men your mission depends on our future technology, future of space travel in our solar system. The four soon to be hero's walk out and down the runway to the shuttle's launch pad there over 400 feet in the air the shuttle stands enough food, water, and oxygen to supply for a month. An anxious crowd stood to watch as the four heroes stood on top of the launch pad. ¨Here we stand in front of our four heroes that will save our program, Garth, Seymour, Jeff, Gerald.¨ All…

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  • Genetic Engineering Quotes In Gattaca

    Lamar. Vincent Freeman, the main character, has a dream of going to space to research the largest moon of Saturn, Titan. Vincent’s brother Anton is a G.E (genetically engineered) who causes Vincent to move forward in the pursuit of his dream but also stands as a key antagonist in the story. Jerome Morrow is a crippled man who donates his body and genetics…

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  • What Is The Importance Of Life

    Life, comprised of both matter and energy, is a precious gift given to all of us. To show appreciation for life, we should all take part in the gamut of celebrations that encompasses us during our time on earth. Every moment that we spend in happiness, sorrow, victory, or defeat, brings us closer to the end of this life. We, as humans, often do not take the time to realize the circle of life. We instead focus heavily on our next experience of pleasure and happiness, willing our lives to go on…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Space Travel In Space

    Self-driving cars, face-scanning phones, virtual reality; everyone’s heard it all, and soon enough, science will be able to create absolutely everything right in front of people’s fingertips. Who knows, maybe one day everyone will be able to float around in space, but the reason might not be the reason people would think. All these dangerously smart inventions are practically destroying Earth’s atmosphere, and everyone will need another place to go. The Earth’s atmosphere is being destroyed…

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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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  • Analysis Of Walt Whitman's 'When I Heard The Learn' D Astronomer

    The Natural World The poem “When I Heard the Learn’d Astronomer” by Walt Whitman is talking about him listening to an educated astronomer lecture using his proofs, figures, columns, charts, diagrams and how to add, divide, and measure them. While he was sitting in the lecture room with that astronomer teaching, the rest of the room began to applause. It seemed to be too much for him because he became unaccountably tired and sick. He felt that way until he left the room and went outside and…

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  • Chicxulub Impactor Theory

    Stage One - The Chicxulub Impactor Origin Theory and how Asteroids enter the Earth's Atmosphere. Origin Theory The Chicxulub Impactor is an asteroid whose origin is unknown. A theory orchestrated by David Nesvorný, William F. Bottke and David Vokrouhlický however suggests that it is part of the Baptistina family of asteroids which was the result of a collision in the Asteroid Belt 160 million years ago (2). This theory is supported by the evidence of carbonaceous material that is present in…

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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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  • Personal Narrative: My Beach Memory

    The beach is different for everyone, different memories and feelings. My favorite memory is of the sun being replaces by the moon. This moment gave me a sense of calm in the storm that is my life. My mom was different, she loved to watch the sky erupt with warm colors as far as the eye can see. She loved life and everything beautiful so she cherished every morning she woke up. My dad and sister were the perfect median between my mom and me. They liked noon as it was when the place was erupted…

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  • An Analysis Of Li Bai's Drinking Alone Beneath The Moon

    Li Bai wrote “Drinking Alone Beneath the Moon” in 774AD when he stayed in Chang’an, which is the capital of the Tang Dynasty. In this time, Li Bai would like to achieve his ambitions. Because of his deceit and jealousy, and because his mistrusted Li Bai, Emperor Tang Ming Huang did not put him in an important position, for the emperor did not trust him. For this reason, Li Bai felt lonely, depressed and discontented. Moreover, one of his best friends, Zhizhang He, returned home several months…

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