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    The period from the middle of the 18th century to the early 19th century was the time that contained great historical changes over the world. In the 18th century, a new idea of the economic system was claimed by Adam Smith and people started to be concerned about broader educations. Because of this reason, a humanitarian movement was led by French philosophers, such as Voltaire, Montesquieu, and Rousseau, which is known as the Enlightenment. The Enlightenment aimed that individuals had rights,…

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    Stanley Kubrick’s acclaimed film, 2001: A Space Odyssey opens with a black screen and a haunting overture that spans the length of nearly three minutes. Eventually, the overture fades out, and the audience can see it’s first glimpse of color; a dark blue background surrounding the film studio’s logo before the film’s first act officially begins. The momentary silence created by the ended overture does not last for long. The beginning of the film’s first act is marked by an operatic title…

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    NO. 1: Introduce the movie by stating that you’ve just seen this movie and would like to give an opinion about it. Mention a couple of details that might help the reader understand what type of movie you are talking about. In October of 1962, the United States and the Soviet Union became embroiled in a confrontation that could easily have escalated into nuclear war. Many of the details of that confrontation, which is known as the Cuban Missile Crisis, are brilliantly dramatized by the…

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    Aaminah Azhar Astrobiology Spring 2015 Test 1 1. Name and describe five important steps in the formation of planets based on our current scientific understanding. a) Star and planet formation starts inside a collapsing cloud of gas and dust inside a bigger cloud called a nebula. Because of gravity pulling materials in the collapsing cloud closer together, the center of the cloud gets increasingly more compressed and because of this get hotter. The dense hot core of this collapsing cloud becomes…

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    Paraphrasing 1- Galileo had the capability to make quite a few great findings with his telescope. He was able to make some great findings about Jupiter, the Moon, and even the Milky Way with his complex machine called telescope! The telescope was a less complex then even today’s most basic telescope. 2- The quantities vary with extroverts and introverts in America, there is much more extroverts. But unfortunately, this puts a huge amount of stress on introverts to blend in and be the same…

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    roman counterpart are well-known, but its the roman names that appear more regularly. That is a later topic though. The main gods in greek roman mythology while the same beings had different names. The main 12 and their roman counterparts are Zeus/Jupiter, Poseidon/Neptune, Ares/Mars, Athena/Minerva, Aphrodite/Venus, Hera/Juno, Hades/Pluto, Hestia/Vesta, Hermes/Mercury, Hephaestus/Vulcan, Apollo/Apollo, Artemis/Diane. Now to something more modern. Second is modern day appearances. There are many…

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    Galileo Galilei was a famous Italian Polymath. He was born on February 15, 1564 in Pisa, Italy. He was the oldest of six children. His father was a musician and scholar. Galileo and his family moved to Florence, where Galileo started his education at the Camaldolese monastery in Vallombrosa, in 1574. He was a naturally very intelligent boy. In 1583 he went to the University of Pisa to study medicine not knowing of what his heart would soon desire. He was very very smart and talented. He soon…

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    You may have thought that the Scientific Revolution and The Enlightenment were the same, but there are several differences.The difference between the two is that The Enlightenment focused on the mental and physical actions and how man related to one another, while The Scientific Revolution concentrated on the physical world and how man related to it. The Scientific Revolution was in the 17th century (1543-1687). In The Scientific Revolution mathematics was key to understanding the nature of…

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    During the reign of Julius Caesar, a Roman lyrical poet rose to fame, known as Catullus. Catullus, unlike many other writers of his time, did not write of political issues, but of love and heartbreak. Although some viewed, love as a frivolous notion, Catullus was able to channel his emotions into writing, creating not only moving lyrics, but also using literary techniques, and creating new formations for poems. Wretched Catullus, Leave off Playing the Fool The first poem we will be analyzing is…

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    Equiano is one of the most famous writers , claimed of the rights of blacks, so who called on the British government to abolish slavery. He wrote about black slaves in his book entitled The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa. The Interesting Narrative (1789) is the autobiography of Olaudah Equiano. It was the first slave autobiography and one of the earliest publication by an African. Equiano describes the experiences of his life and the time spent in slavery.…

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