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    misery and disbelief among the followers or members. As for why utopias ultimately become dystopias in the modern era, an explanation is simply because while their goals seem and look achievable to the leaders of those societies, their visions are nothing more but unrealizable ideals (Hughes). The irony is that presumably the world would be better off with the fact that utopias can never be achieved in real-life, for as they would not last more than a few months or years after they have surfaced and latched themselves upon the world humanity has lived in for years. For instance, while the leader of the Unification Church, Reverend Sun Myung Moon, has made a numerous amount of actions that caused backlash among outsiders and critics alike, the Church alone would continue to commit those actions such as massive wedding ceremonies to continue believing in Moon because he would tell them so (Fisher). Then again, anyone would be foolish enough to even believe in these leaders of societies that aim to achieve perfection only to misfire in all cylinders, as it is only a matter of time when everyone realizes that these societies are actually dysfunctional places where hope is bleak and the society is corrupt in ways anyone could imagine otherwise (Padilla). The reality is, utopian and dystopian…

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    The film The Attorney depicts the oppressive representation of South Korea’s governance and flawed judicial system. The storyline centers on Chun Doo-hwan’s governance of South Korea. Most of the film outlines what became termed as the Burim Case, through which the main character Song Woo-seok redefined how those accused are represented in the court system. Analyzing the political situation, underlying themes, and the fictionalization of particular aspects of the film, one gains a comprehensive…

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    exploring distant planets, we must first go back to the beginning of space exploration. Moon missions are essential to the exploration of distant worlds. These moon missions may also be used as a base of operations where humans will learn how to replenish essential supplies. “NASA has an exciting new vision of future space flight - the return of humans to the moon by 2020 in preparation for visits to Mars and possibly beyond.” (Schlager,NP) Those skills are essential to the future expansion of…

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    land humans on the moon. The aircraft carried three people, Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin. The objective of the mission was to land on the moon and then return to earth. This spaceflight was seeking exploration and that is exactly what America did. There were many complications involved to landing on the moon, but that did not stop the desire to explore. Although many artifacts can be found from exploration,…

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    tides result from the gravitational attraction of the sun and moon on the oceans of the earth. Distance plays an important part in the cause of tides as well, more so than the magnitude of the gravitational attractive force. The effect of distance is seen in the relationship between the sun, the moon, and the Earth’s waters. The Moon controls the motion of tides despite being smaller, and thus having a lesser gravitational pull than the Sun, because of the Moon’s closeness to the earth compared…

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    Bran Nue Dae Analysis

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    Ernie Dingo once said, “Aboriginal achievement is like the dark side of the moon, for it is there but so little is known”. Good evening everyone, it is my privilege today to inaugurate the Australia Day Film Festival. Ernie Dingo’s wise words express the indignation the Aborigines feel for their actions being neglected. This is perfectly highlighted in the two selected films that will assist in the grand opening of the festival. I am honoured today to introduce to you two musical-comedy films,…

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    developing new technologies required to reach the moon by pointing out the secondary benefits of such a mission. New technologies will allow the United States to have an advantage over enemies in areas of communication and national defense. In his speech, he cites such benefits as “a satellite system for world-wide weather observation,” as well as new methods of space travel that could potentially take us “beyond the moon, perhaps to the very end of the solar system itself,”. He supports this…

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    Life Support Systems in spacecraft. Life support systems in spacecraft, without them, astronauts won't be able to visit space. All of manned spacecraft have life support systems. In simple terms, life support systems are equipment allowing people to feel as comfortable as on Earth. Earth has an Atmosphere. The Atmosphere is the main shield on Earth. It provides breathable air, and it is responsible for comfortable climates. In space, climates are extreme, and there is a vacuum, an absence of…

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    Body paragraph 1 – Plot The story takes place in the Sahara Desert where the narrator meets the little prince who is out on an adventure after he gets tired of his weariness in his own planet. Other places that function as setting are asteroids 325, 326, 327, 328 and 330 which the little prince visited before he got to earth. No particular time is mentioned as to when the story happens. But, the narrator says it occurs six years after his plane crashed in the desert. The story takes place in a…

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    equipment to establish a lunar colony. INTRODUCTION How many rocket launches from Mahia Peninsula would it take to establish a lunar colony? Astronomy, from Greek for the ‘law of the stars’ is arguably the first human science. Since the dawn of time, man has looked up to the sky in wonder of the beautiful celestial bodies upon them. With human sciences and technology developing at an exponential rate, it is inevitable that our dream of one day living on one of these alluring celestial bodies…

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