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  • Space Colonization Essay

    In discussions of space exploration, one controversial issue has been whether or not humans should colonize space. Space colonization is the permanent habitation of any area outside of the Earth. During the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union were in competition to become the ultimate spacefaring nation. Many people in the 1960s believed that within the decade, space exploration would be possible. Now as the technology to make faster and more powerful spacecrafts is progressing, the venture is becoming more and more of a reality. Some doubt the venture and call it a work of science fiction, but space colonization has begun to be regarded as a necessity critical for the future of humankind. Space colonization must be pursued because…

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  • The Argument Against Space Colonization

    The argument that is made against space colonization, does make the scientific community and others a bit more hesitant about pursuing the field. The morals are put into question a lot and those that are against space colonization end up viewing the ethics to be questionable. Environmentalists believe that colonization of another planet shouldn’t be focused on and that the time and money should mainly be put into fixing problems on the Earth instead, this view has been used a lot against space…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Space Colonization

    Her opinion is humans shouldn’t space colonize other planets since they have enough technology to try to face the problems on Earth. “ If we accept these threats as inevitabilities on par with real astronomical dangers and divert our natural, intellectual, political, and technological resources from solving these problems into escaping them, will we be playing into a self-fulfilling prophesy of our own planetary doom? Seeking spacebased solutions to our earthly problems may actually exacerbate…

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  • Essay On The White Man's Burden

    happening. In 1899, at the same time that Kipling published his “White Man’s Burden,” a satire was published by Henry Labouchere in which the truth of the efforts were revealed that one must destroy the blacks that try and stop the colonization. This writing began with, “pile on the brown man’s burden to gratify your greed; go clear away the ‘niggers’ who progress would impede” (Henry Labouchere, “The Brown Man’s Burden,”…

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  • Mars Colonization Case Study

    Introduction Mars colonization is a topic that has been brought to the attention of the media and of the public in recent years by aspirations made by companies such as SpaceX and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Several factors make it a topic worth discussing about, like concerns regarding the continuity of the human species and economical, technological and scientific worth of that endeavor. In this way, markets will suffer significant impacts once humans strive to…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Are We Alone In The Universe?

    second planet inhabited by humans. These leaps of human evolution are what may cause us to begin our space boom and with such advances, we may possibly come to find the answer behind the great filter hypothesis, which states that biology is either hard and we are a one in a million chance or that biology is easy but it takes a long time. Biology is a very complex part of life, given the very different ways certain aspects of biology line up so perfect, we are very lucky to be alive. Could it be…

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  • Pheddo: The Affinity Argument In The Phaedo

    [Step 1] In the Phaedo, Socrates makes an argument that the soul must be immortal (78b-84b). This argument is referred to as the Affinity Argument. It begins at 78b in the Phaedo, when Socrates asks to which class of things the soul belongs. What Socrates means by the “soul” is the self; the mind (Phaedo 65c & 66e). What Socrates means by “class” is class of existence. This is best illustrated in another of Plato’s accounts of Socrates, The Republic, where his standard of measurement of…

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  • Personal Statement Essay: My Studies In The Architectural Field

    Architecture is more than steel and glass. The edifices that humans have built throughout history stand as a testament to the people and the ideals that embodied their society. Buildings are places where people live, work, and play. Architects play a vital role in how humans will interact with their structures. They will also have an influence on the way people behave within the space. Architects play a role in shaping the future of society by the structures that they create. By creating the…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Unlimited Spirit

    What is the Unlimited Spirit, Limited Spirit and Corporeal Bodies? We differentiate three distinct types of beings here. One is the highest good in which nothing can surpass. This highest good is God; God is the only unlimited spirit with no end, no beginning and is not limited by space or time. The unlimited spirit has always been and will always be. The limited spirits are all the angels and human spirits that have a beginning, no end and the human spirits are limited by space and time…

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  • The Importance Of Intake Assessments

    level will make it difficult for a significant number of clients to fully comprehend and participate appropriately with the questionnaire. Anytime a clinician is unsure of the clients ability to comprehend the question, it would be irresponsible to give any weight to the clients answer. 4. Is there enough space to write what is need in each answer space? The multiple choices format gives little opportunity for clients to offer their own thoughts or ideas. In the few areas where a essay type…

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