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    Nike released this Air Jordan advertisement in 1988 along with their third line of Michael Jordan’s signature shoe, the Air Jordan III. This is during Jordan’s 4th season in the NBA, which some consider to be his breakout year, and Nike and Jordan’s brand awareness would’ve been very high at this time. Along with the superstar Jordan, Nike paired him with another celebrity, Spike Lee. His character in his movie “She’s Gotta Have It”, Mars Blackmon, is an eccentric resident of Brooklyn with an unending love for his city, Michael Jordan, and sneakers. The appearance of Mars Blackmon in earlier Nike commercials include the famous line “It’s gotta be the shoes”, alluding that Nike’s shoes are the reason for Jordan’s success. This ad uses all three rhetorical appeals, ethos with the inclusion of celebrities. Pathos, with the images and logos it shows, and Logos, bolding the words “best on earth”, its use of the appeals and creates a lasting image with the viewer about Nike’s product and brand. In 1988 when this ad was produced sports fans were in a Michael Jordan frenzy, he was begging to solidify himself as the greatest player of all time and his face was one of the most recognizable in sports. Spike Lee on the other hand is a…

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    Mars Essay

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    Mars have always been perceived as a desolate planet, which does not have anything special other than arid surface with scattered rocks and mountains. However, science is telling us that this perception could be far from reality. With the rapid development of scientific research, paralleled with the technological revolution, recent explorations have revealed new data and interesting findings on the surface of our mysterious neighbor. Galileo Galilei was the first man to use a telescope to…

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    asteroid, space travel and its affiliated technologies suddenly become very important. It is also worthwhile to consider the centuries-old dream of life on other planets. Though this topic is surrounded by controversy, life on Mars is a very real possibility. Recent photos taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter revealed what appears to be running water on Mar’s surface (Watkins). With this evidence, it is probable that some form of extraterrestrial life may exist or have once existed on Mars.…

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    Within our solar system, exists a collection of eight planets, their moons, asteroids, meteoroids, and comets. These eight planets in our solar system are generally categorized into two types: terrestrial planets, and gas giants. The word terrestrial comes from the Latin word terra which means earth, land, or territory according to dictionary.com. From this, terrestrial planets literally means Earth-like rocky planets. This contrasts from gas giants, since gas giants are mostly composed of…

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    field as a result of a multitude of factors. Mars on the other hand does not have a strong magnetic field protecting it from the solar winds. It is believed that Ancient Mars had rivers and lakes, however it died billions of years ago after the bombardment of solar winds eventually depleted the atmosphere to create the version of mars that we know of today. Solar wind is a stream of energized particles that flow out of the sun throughout the Solar System. The speed of these…

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    mining colony, on Mars, and is a "Red." In the society of the Solar System, each person is given specific color, based on the class that the person is. Darrow's class, the Red class, is considered to be the lowest class in the Solar System, as the Red's jobs are to mine Helium-3, which is a valuable resource on Mars. Darrow, like many other Reds, is driven by the Laurel. The Laurel is a reward given to the family that mines the most Helium-3. Despite his life-risking efforts to gather more…

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    Colonization Of Mars Life is defined by the decision we make; from how we act, to how we coalesce into our environment. If the earth became unsafe, we as a people would have to make a very drastic decision. Envision a whole new world, but this time on Mars. The colonization of Mars could benefit humankind because expanding our species to a second planet could help maintain our existence longer, the colonization of Mars could also help us as a way for people to gather information about the…

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    Ratchet And Clank Analysis

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    Ratchet & Clank Teaser 1: Strap into the boots of Ratchet and his robotic companion in Clank in an epic interplanetary adventure! Teaser 2: Join Ratchet & Clank, Captain Qwark, and his friends to fight the Blargs and the evil Chairman Alonzo Drek. Teaser 3: Play as Ratchet and his tiny robot friend Clank and endeavor to save the galaxy from Chairman Drek and his Warbots and Blarg minions. Play the game which is based on the animated film which in turn is based on the old PS2 game. Use a…

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    Recent revelations in the news over NASA finding “liquid” water on Mars has gotten many people excited about the possibility of sending humans to live on the planet, without much insight into the actual reasons why that idea is still not currently feasible. A planet must have much more than just water in order to be a habitable place, and these factors are often overlooked, in fact the same factors affecting the water supply on Mars are also the factors that factors behind the other reasons it…

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    Going to mars is a serious matter. Many experts around the world are debating on whether we must go to Mars or not. Mars is the forth planet from the sun, and is known by the Red planet (1) because of the reddish appearance it has. Some people think that it may be a habitable planet to colonize and live on. Others believe that it is a bad idea. For example; going to mars is dangerous and not easy where one trip requires 6 to 7 months in space with lack pf gravity which may cause back pain and 2%…

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