Spiral Universe

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  • Evolution Vs. Creationism

    which could be possible if really such a Supreme Being exist but we have not had a single trace of such a powerful God. If we follow the biblical account of creation very well, then we can deduce that the universe is just about 8,000 years old but scientists have evidences that show that the universe is about 4.5 billion years old. Evidences have also shown that the earlier ages of the earth was not conducive for life as the earth was constantly bombarded with asteroid and that Adam and Eve…

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  • Views Of Heaven And Hell According To Christian Theology

    Views on Heaven and Hell According to Christian theology, multiple views of heaven and hell have been explored. Some suggest a metaphorical approach, as others present a more literal perspective of what the Bible says. It is very clear throughout Scripture that there are exclusively two destinations dependent on our faith in God. Knowledge regarding what comes after our earthly lives is essential, so we will be more capable to share with others. God has a well thought out plan for our eternity…

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  • Nebular Hypothesis Research Paper

    I. Introduction There are many similarities and differences when it comes to the nebular hypothesis (the old – earth view) and the six – day creation (the young – earth view). There is a lot of controversy, confusion, and debate over these two views. They have actually been debated for many years. In this paper, the two views, nebular hypothesis (the old – earth view) and the six – day creation (the young – earth view), will be compared to see just how similar and different these two views…

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  • The Movie Gravity Analysis

    Space is a place in where fear, mystery, and hope existing altogether. Unlike the Earth and other planets, space has an extreme silence since there’s no air to spread sound. There are no human beings to communicate with. On the other hand, space is full of mysteries. Due to a population explosion and famine on the Earth, lots of countries such as US and Russia are attempting to investigate other planets, especially the Mars in order to know whether people will be able to settle there. One thing…

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  • Nature And Society In Walt Whitman's Song Of Myself

    The greatest accomplishment of Walt Whitman is his famous poem collection, “Leaves of Grass”. With its uprising popularity in the 19th century until now, explains and teaches life lessons of the universe and how nature and society should coincide together and be one. The poem “Song of Myself” was one of the twelve poems that were unnamed in his first edition that was printed in 1855. The poem was given the name “A Poem of Walt Whitman, an American” in 1856, and later changed to “Walt Whitman” in…

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  • The Hohmann Transfer Models Used In Space Travel

    Introduction One thing that sets us apart from other species is our determination to quench our curiosity. For centuries, scientists and philosophers have done everything in their power to explore the depths of space. And now, in this day and age we are at a point where the far fetched dreams of those before us are no longer as impossible as they seem. It excites me that in the near future I may witness incredible feats being reached in space travel. Thus, I chose to garner a better…

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  • Using Movies In Class In Andy Weir's The Martian

    In recent years, teachers have been finding creative ways to reinforce the lessons taught. The most common method happens to be viewing movies in class. The Martian is a fascinating film about the adventures of Mark Watney as he is abandoned on Mars during a failed exploration. He is left with only limited amount of food and water, as well as the knowledge in botany and mechanical engineering. The movie is an adaptation of the book, The Martian, written by Andy Weir which presents you with…

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  • The Role Of Cannibalism In Cormac Mccarthy's The Road

    The Earth is the only known place that can sustain and create life. What happens if it can no longer serve its purpose? In Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, the world can no longer be seen as lush, green, or even inhabitable. Animals and vegetation have rapidly died off and there less consumable matter exists as each day passes. Similarly, humans are struggling to survive the harsh conditions of this reality; some people turn to cannibalistic habits in order to receive their next meal. However, this…

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  • Explore Space Research Paper

    Picture you are on Earth 5 billion years into the future. The sun is closing in on Earth and the Earth is burning up. What are you going to do? This is why it is so important to explore space, because humans could go extinct if we don’t find another planet to colonize on before the sun swallows Earth. Also, space has helped us learn about the moon and even Earth. I take the position that we should explore outer space instead of exploring underwater because eventually we will have to evacuate…

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  • Cosmological Theory

    creator of the universe…

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