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Ancient Aliens - There is a popular belief that aliens walked the Earth in ancient times, and these theories have created quite a stir in the scientific community. Ancient alien theorists, like Erich von Daniken and Zecharia Sitchin, believe that extraterrestrials came to earth thousands of years ago. Some hypothesize that ancient aliens are responsible for ancient technological wonders, and that they helped to shape human civilization. Furthermore, the belief that ancient gods were in fact aliens, misinterpreted as gods by the ancient people....   [tags: Ancient Aliens]
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The Planet of the Aliens - ... At the lower section of their stomach is their swirly belly button used to smell. They can’t just smell as they walk. If they want to smell anything they need to take the item and rub it along the swirl, that is when they will get their whiff they need to know. As you move your eyes a little lower than the center of the body you will find your self looking at very strange looking legs. Stringy mop legs is what they use to walk their way down to the center of the town. Not only are they stringy legs, they are stringy legs with dots on them that look like edible sparkles....   [tags: home, survivors, race, beliefs] 1095 words
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Aliens of the Ocean - Many people view jellyfish as small monstrosities, due to their uncommon feature in this common world. Despite the perceptions people have of jellyfish, they are extremely important in marine life. Jellyfish are also food for many marine animals making life in the ocean a continuous cycle. Jellyfish play an important part globally and in order to make sense of jellyfish, it is important to know what jellyfish are, how they live, how to treat their stings, and the benefits of the species. With this knowledge, it is clear that jellyfish are not our enemy....   [tags: jellyfish, tentackles, marine life]
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The Existence of UFOs and Aliens. - UFO' and Aliens are claimed to be seen all the time but few are easy to believe that they are true. A lot of people see mysterious lights somewhere. Lights are seen commonly, but when people see an odd light at night they might think about UFO. So many people swear to have been abducted or seen flying saucers, and some describe the same thing and have fascinated with creatures from other planets. Some shows and movies of these types of subjects have been produced. A lot of people are curious about this issue, and this is not surprising....   [tags: Artificial Intelligence ]
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Aliens and UFO's: Fact or Myth? - ... It seems to them that would it would be pointless to create such an incomprehensibly large universe and only have one group of people on one planet. CMI proves these assumptions wrong. The idea of a “huge” creation applies only to us weak minded humans. God is not bound by time and space. The universe he created can hardly appear “big” to him. (Bates, Gary) There are other parts of Scripture and doctrine that speak out against extraterrestrial beings. Since aliens are obviously not descendants of Adam, they have not inherited his sinful nature....   [tags: extraterrestrial life, theory of evolution]
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Aliens - On November 3 1997 the American broadcast announced that the planet earth was being invaded. The planet earth was being invaded by aliens. They wanted to take over the planet to mind the gold so they can repair there dying home planet atmosphere. Immediately they started to destroy the planet earth. I remember exactly what I was doing when the invasion happened. I was driving home listening to the radio, two feet away almost to my house and there it was interrupted by the broadcast “announcement everybody please listen up...we are being invaded by aliens, please don’t panic!” It starts by aliens are in the sky destroying everything and anything they see....   [tags: short story] 617 words
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Do You Believe in Aliens? - Have you ever seen an alien in your backyard. Me either, but it could happen. The question most humans would like to know is do they really exist. Astronomers estimate that there are about 100 thousand million stars in the Milky Way galaxy alone. Outside that, there are millions upon millions of other galaxies also. If there are 100 billion sun-like stars in the galaxy, and 100 billion galaxies in the Universe, there may be 10 billion trillion planets that could possibly support life. Earth can’t be the only one lucky enough to do so, or could it....   [tags: Extraterrestrial Life ] 788 words
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Oh No! The Aliens Are Coming! - Illegal immigrants have been the debate of contemporary issues in the United States, specifically that of Utah. The question for many individuals is what do we do with all of these people coming across our southern borders illegally. Because this is such a hot-button issue, there have been many rumors and ideas about how illegal immigrants generate problems within our society. Truths have been twisted, state and local bills have been passed, and lives have been destroyed on both sides of the debate....   [tags: Immigration ]
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Film Analysis: Aliens and Attrition - Justification This horror film combines two of the major themes found in modern cinema. It integrates science fiction and zombies to produce a unique new type of horror film. Along with this, it is within a historical background that is not usually seen in these genres. This setting does not detract from the film though, but rather broadens the possibilities for these types of films. Currently, zombie films are very popular, and science fiction is climbing back to the pinnacle of success that it held in the latter half of the twentieth century, but the problem that these film types are facing is the need for new ideas....   [tags: modern cinema, science fiction, zombies]
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Film Analysis: Aliens and Attrition - Characters The characters are very important to the story, because they are mediums through which we view this radical world. Most of the main characters begin as Scottish peasant farmers, which provide them with a keen sense to what oppressed life consists of. The native that Colin and George saved in India has also lived a troubled life. The protagonist Colin McLaren is in his mid-teens when his parents die, roughly twenty when he joins the military, and roughly thirty when the invasion begins, is constantly developing throughout the film....   [tags: colin and george, imperial forces, farmers]
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Healthcare for Illegal Aliens - Everyday people are sent to the hospital. Not only are they in fear of losing their life but also in fear of being in debt due to the prices of health care treatment they need. But what if this patient happens to be an illegal alien. What if the patient has a foreign illness that needs to be cured so it does not spread. Is it morally correct to deny this person treatment because he or she lacks citizenship or a valid visa. Or should illegal aliens be treated just like any other patients by having a right to health care....   [tags: Immigration, argumentative, persuasive]
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UFOs, Aliens and Religion - Is there life out there in the great beyond. It is a question that many of us have asked, but there is no real answer, no tangible evidence to validate the existence of other intelligent beings. All we have are so-called experiences that earthly people have had with these beings, like me. I remember, as a child, I stayed awake late one night. I was lying in bed admiring the stars outside my window when I saw a bright light in the distance. It moved in impossible ways I could not explain, even to this day....   [tags: Scientology Essays]
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The Existence Of Aliens - The Existence Of Aliens Do you believe in Aliens or life on different planets. There are many people who believe they seen alien or U.F.O sightings, abductions, crashes and animal mutilations But is this all true. There have been many U.F.O sightings around the world one sighting was on June 24th 1947 Kenneth Arnold was flying over the Cascade Mountains when a set of nine strange looking objects flying across the sky. At first he thought they were reflections of the sun but after looking at them more closely he realized that they were objects flying in formation....   [tags: social issues] 576 words
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The Phenomenon of Aliens - The Phenomenon of Aliens The phenomenon of aliens is a really diverse subject to ponder about. The physical evidence can really affirm that aliens are sucking up people out of are atmosphere. In the article “Where’s the Physical Evidence” The Hopkins story, claims to have more compelling evidence - even an x-ray of an alien nasal implants. But like with all alien phenomenon there is diversity in the proof. The MIT physicist confirmed that there is not one, single, independently confirmed piece of scientific evidence for an alien abduction....   [tags: social issues] 700 words
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Aliens ARE Out There! - Aliens ARE Out There.      Just about 500 years ago people believed that the earth was still flat, 50 years ago people doubted the existence of an alien life, 5 min ago the people of earth believe that aliens existed. Many individuals around the world have reportedly been contacted by extra terrestrial beings. They allege that Earth is currently being visited by several different species of extra terrestrial. These individuals report that extra terrestrials are visiting the Earth because they are interested in observing the development of the human species....   [tags: Government Cover-ups Roswell Incident]
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History and Concept of Illegal Aliens in America - The United States is a country with fusion of ethnic diversity. Each year, illegal aliens find their ways into the country through the border of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean. The increasing figure of illegal aliens has become a problem. American citizens presuppose that illegal aliens are only those who enter the country without permission by crossing the border. These citizens don’t know that illegal alien’s population is similarly composed of people who are granted entry—via visa— and then stay beyond the permissible time....   [tags: ethnic diversity, immigration]
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Cowboys and Aliens Directed by Jon Favreau - ... The mixture of cowboys, Indians, and horses versus laser guns, spacecraft, and aliens is a combination that is not seen very often. The costumes worn by characters like Jake Lonergan and Colonel Woodrow really embody the classic “cowboy” look. Whether it is Daniel Craig’s classic hat or vest, or Harrison Ford’s horse, pistol, or hat, both of these men give the film a classic Western appeal. When the protagonists are captured by Chiricahua Apache Indians, all of the Indians embody the classic “Native American Western Indian.” The face paint, tribal headbands and feather, traditional Native American clothing, bows and arrows, and spears all represent the Indian culture living during the 18...   [tags: film review and analysis] 1252 words
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Illegal Aliens Have the Right to Healthcare - Everyday people are sent to the hospital. Not only are they in fear of losing their life but also in fear of being in debt due to the prices of health care treatment they need. But what if this patient happens to be an illegal alien. What if the patient has a foreign illness that needs to be cured so it does not spread. Should healthcare providers continue to provide (s) he with treatment even if they cannot pay. Or should illegal aliens be treated just like any other patients by having a right to health care....   [tags: Healthcare, argumentative, persuasive]
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The Need for the Expulsion of All Illegal Aliens - American taxpayers spend billions of dollars annually on illegal immigrants (Camarota). Illegal immigrants pose many risks to the American public. These risks range from financial distress to terrorism. Therefore, the United States government should deport all illegal immigrants from its borders. Most importantly, illegal immigrants drain the American economy. The many costs of illegal immigration create an unmanageable debt for the American public. For example, legal Americans pay taxes to the government that help pay for various government programs and projects; however, illegal aliens in America typically do not pay taxes to the government but still use these programs....   [tags: Illegal Immigration]
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Aliens: The Existence of Extra Terrestrial Life - ... Another incredibly notable incident is the Kecksburg incident in December 9, 1965. The incident involved the Crash Landing of an Acorn shaped object with many markings deep in the Kecksburg woods. The writing on the object resembled Egyptian hieroglyphics was also said to be on it around the Acorn’s “ring” at the base. Witnesses who initially investigated were soon sent away as Military personnel descended on the small little town. The Military presence in the area was extreme, the most notable branch present was the US army....   [tags: rosewell, UFOs] 721 words
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Aliens:Fact or Fiction - There is an interesting question remaining controversial for a long time now; are we alone. This question refers to the debate over extraterrestrial life forms in other galaxies in this universe (Day 1). The first thought that extraterrestrials may live on other planets is believed to have arisen when scientists discovered a completely new bacteria that breaks a rule of all other beings on Earth. These bacteria did not thrive on a diet that needed sunlight, meaning that there is a possibility that other forms of life could live in an environment much different than Earth’s (DiSpezio 2)....   [tags: extraterrestral life]
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Aliens and Space - After going from city to city in the Starship, we where looking for a place to stay at. We had left Earth because I was being taken over by the aliens that where discovered from other planets. We knew we would encounter other aliens while exploring other planets so we took proper precautions and brought the protection we would need through out the trip. We where going in outer space so the aliens would not track us and follow us to destroy us. We had arrived to the first planet and just by looking at it, it looked like this planet was not going to become our home for long....   [tags: creative writing] 1958 words
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Aliens Ate My Homework by Bruce Coville - ... When he was three, he was being declined a cookie from the jar. He decided to sneak in. After opening the cookie jar, he heard his mother coming, so to get rid of the evidence, he crammed the entire cookie in his mouth. He denied having a cookie in his mouth, resulting in punishment where he had to stand in a chair facing the wall. From that point on, he always told the truth. In fact, he won't even tell white lies. This helps build up the plot of the story, where he always gives an honest answer to all questions....   [tags: rod allbright, bullied] 652 words
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UFO's and Extraterrestrial Aliens: Earth Has Been Visited - The question of extraterrestrial life has perplexed scholars for many years. With so many reports of UFO’s and abductions, what is the truth of the matter. I have read many of Zecharia Sitchin’s books about extraterrestrials visiting Earth in the distant past. He collects his information from ancient clay tablets written in cuneiform, the bible, and many archeological sites from all over the world. In his series of books called, The Earth Chronicles, Mr. Sitchin has concluded that aliens came to earth hundreds of thousands of years ago....   [tags: Ancient Alien Theory]
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Aliens - For over a thousand years people have reported seeing strange objects flying in the sky. Today the unknown flying objects -UFOs continue to visit us, on a regular basis. A large amount of recorded historical events of this issue have taken place to give the subject of UFOs recognition. Recently, many individuals have claimed to witness or be part of fantastic stories that attract some while are turned away. Videotapes, photographs and pieces of physical evidence do support some of these stories....   [tags: essays research papers] 1857 words
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Illegal Aliens and American Medicine - Illegal Aliens and American Medicine About half of immigration into the United States is illegal, thus approximately half of the impact of immigration on our health care system is due to illegal immigration. The influx of illegal aliens has serious hidden medical consequences. We judge reality primarily by what we have seen. But what we do not see can be more dangerous, more expensive, and more deadly than what is seen. What is unseen is their free medical care that has degraded and closed some of America’s finest emergency medical facilities, and caused hospital bankruptcies....   [tags: essays research papers] 1033 words
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High Security Military Base: Area 51 and Aliens - Located 90 miles north of Las Vegas sits a high-security military base widely known as Area 51. For decades people have had suspicions about whether or not alien life forms exist and if so, whether or not they are imprisoned at Area 51. This curiosity has been fueled by not only interest in extraterrestrials, but also reported sightings of foreign life forms not from planet Earth. The conspiracies, other life forms exist and are being kept at military base, have largely been fueled by the government’s involvement in nearly all reported sightings....   [tags: strange experiments, space, conspiracy]
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'Aliens' by James Cameron - 'Aliens' by James Cameron James Cameron creates atmosphere in a key sequence in ‘Aliens’ using cinematography, editing, sound, special effects and mise-en-scene. The scene opens with one of the protagonists, Corporal Hicks, telling his troops what he managed to ‘salvage from the APC’, this dialogue is of a military style, and emphasizes the professional nature of the characters. This idea of military professionalism is reinforced by the costumes worn by the characters e.g. bullet proof jackets and bullet belts etc, these make the audience feel protected as if they are in ‘safe hands’....   [tags: Papers] 679 words
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Aliens Built the Pyramids - Aliens built the Egyptian pyramids. Recent research supports the theory that the Pyramids were built long before humans inhabited the area now known as Egypt. It is also nearly impossible for the Egyptians to have lifted and moved the limestone brick used to build these massive structures. Only a more advanced form of life could have constructed such an enormous undertaking, while using advanced mathematics and geography that were not yet known to ancient peoples. Archeologists suggest that the large stones used in building the pyramids were transported by rolling them over logs or a wet, slippery, clay surface....   [tags: essays research papers] 707 words
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The Aliens Next Door - The Aliens Next Door     Three of them are on the right side of my bed. I try to holler but I can't. I can't move. I'm scared, remembering the pain from the other times. They fly through the ceiling and out the roof, taking me with them. Next thing I'm in their craft, lying on a table, and I'm cold. I'm naked. They're putting something up into my vagina, and I'm scared they'll leave it there. They wear skintight black coveralls. They look like black grasshoppers. No hair, wide jaw. Black eyes, big, halfway between round and oval....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays]
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Illegal Aliens - Illegal Aliens: Friend or Enemy. The illegal alien debate has raged on for several decades; however in recent years citizens have become more aware of the crisis. Illegal immigration is one of the most controversial political issues of today's society. Illegal aliens and their immigration to the U.S. is a problem that needs to be addressed. It is unfair to Americans and to the country from where they immigrated from. Whether they (illegal aliens) take jobs or put a strain on Americans social service programs, the constant invasion of illegal aliens has promoted disrespect for the law and also limits our ability to control immigration....   [tags: Illegal immigration ] 1307 words
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Illegal Aliens - Beware. America is being invaded by aliens. Not the little, green, Martian type you see in science fiction movies, but the real thing. I'm talking about the illegal type who come in every day and every night, by land and by sea. Estimates have shown that as many as 500,000 illegal aliens make it across the border every year (Morganthau 67). Illegal immigration causes many problems in the United States, including economic problems, crime, education disputes, and overcrowding. All of these problems were already damaging our country and illegal immigration has made them much, much worse....   [tags: essays research papers] 1769 words
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Aliens in America: The Impact of Alien Invasion Upon American Culture - ... Moreover, it was one of the first nations that created the myth of the evil Aliens and the possible Alien Invasion in earth. If we accept that Aliens are something uncanny, what could be the familiarity that US nation has with something that was actually repressed and returned in the form of fear towards the extraterrestrial life. I would suggest examining some historical facts regarding USA. According to Wikipedia, soon after the World War II the Cold War started, which was a sustained state of political and military tension between powers in the Western Bloc (the United States with NATO and others) and powers in the Eastern Bloc (the Soviet Union and its allies in Warsaw Pact)....   [tags: extraterrestrials on Earth]
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Did Extraterrestrials Help with the Pyramids of Gizah? - Imagine a time when a person of the group of people that take care of the pharaoh in Ancient Egypt in the mid 1000’s BC. They are just now starting to building the great pyramid of Giza, but how does a person think they are really being built. By man or by something greater than man. The stones that are used to build the great pyramids were all over a ton in weight. Explain how they would get those stones all the way up to top. If a person lived in this time you would know, but now there are many different theories for the way they were transported from place to place....   [tags: ancient aliens]
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Aliens of the Ocean - Jellyfish are also an important part to some people’s diet. While Americans may not eat jellyfish, many people across the world do. Jellyfish are cooked and prepared all throughout the world. Who would have known these alien like creatures could be good for not only the marine diet, but the human diet as well. Common jellyfish that are eaten are the Cannonball (Deane). Though to eat a jellyfish you have to process them which takes a few days if professional and almost a week if you are doing it on your own at home....   [tags: jellyfish, people´s diet, lethal]
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Treatment of Aliens During World War Two - Treatment of Aliens During World War Two Prior to World War 2, Australia was home to many people of German, Italian and Japanese descent. After the outbreak of war these people were considered a threat to national security and became known as enemy 'aliens'. They were taken from their homes, arrested, jailed and later taken to internment camps, due to their nationality. In 1939, on the 1st day of declaration of war with Germany, the Germans were already being accused as spies....   [tags: WWII World War 2 Essays] 809 words
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Illegal Immigrants are Destroying Our Schools - A huge crisis looms right in front of this country, yet the United States’ politicians do not even take notice. Millions of illegal aliens receive free education every day and it costs the country billions of dollars. California spends most of this money, but Texas does not sit far behind. Not only will this bankrupt and destroy one of the best education systems in the world, but it will also encourage more and more illegals to bring their children to America. Why would anyone expect the situation to be any different....   [tags: illegal aliens]
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American-made Aliens - A recent, nation wide poll shows that 45 percent of Americans today believe Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO's) have visited Earth in some form (Rhodes 18). The same poll taken in the 1950's shows that under four percent of the US people believed aliens even exist. What could have caused the American people to go from under four percent believing in the existence of UFO's in the 1950's, to almost half today. This question is easily answered when one opens a TV guide or checks the newspaper when deciding what movie to see on a Friday night....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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America Needs E-Verify - As part of my employment, I perform a local office orientation for all new hires. The most important aspect of this is the I-9 documentation; this information is entered into the E-Verify system. The firm I work for has policies that state if a person is unable to produce documentation for the I-9 and thus satisfy the E-Verify requirements then the offer of employment will be withdrawn. Former President of the United States George W. Bush issued an executive order in June 2008 requiring federal contractors to comply with E-Verify....   [tags: Illegal Aliens]
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Aliens for Peace: The Day the Earth Stood Still, Bernard Hermann, and Enhancing Emotion Through Music - The Day the Earth Stood Still is a classic science-fiction film, ranked as one of the most important movies in American history. It explores the possibilities of aliens and life beyond our planet, while also touching on religious ideas. Specifically, the movie has underlying themes on the idea of a higher power, even beyond those with much higher scientific and technological intelligence than humans from earth. In the movie, Klaatu, the visiting alien, presents an ultimatum to the humans—stop fighting one another, or the entire planet will be destroyed....   [tags: Klaatu, Film Analysis, Soundtrack]
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Is There Intelligent Life Out There? - If intelligent life was to be discovered in another planet, people would use this discovery to devise powerful, destructive weapons. Such will occur because the people inhabiting this world will feel threatened by the intelligent life forms of the other planet. Generally, people fear what is unknown to them. Therefore, people will fear that these life forms might be violent and may try to attack Earth. In order to prevent these things from happening, scientists would elaborate artillery for self-defense....   [tags: religion, science, aliens] 571 words
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What does a Martian Look Like by Jack Cohen and Ian Stewart - ET: Who wore it better. We’ve all heard, seen or read about those Sci fi stories about communicating with the aliens. Depicted more realistic than others, the aliens range in appearance from dangerous reptilian like monsters like in Aliens to cute little talking and walking teddy bears like in Star Wars. The aliens in these stories most of the time take over our planet and threaten human existence, while few depict very opposite storylines containing peace. In “What does a Martian Look like” by Jack Cohen and Ian Stewart, the authors try to achieve a more realistic viewpoint on alien life and to un-Hollywood-ize the prospect of other life in our universe....   [tags: aliens, appearance, science fiction]
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Are Undocumented Immigrants Entitled to the Same Constitutional Rights as U.S. Citizens? - Basing on the perception of citizenship of the quality as a “hard shells and soft interiors” I think it is true basing on the standing of the aliens in the U.S constitutional law. This is so as the author tends to entail that threshold norms have now come to dwell in the same terrain as the ones who at first occupied it leads to indecision and conflict. Basically it is seen that In the United States, as in other open-minded self-governing societies, status noncitizens are, in fact, not always and completely outside the scope of those establishments and practices and experiences we call nationality....   [tags: social issues, aliens ]
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Illegal Immigration and Ways to Stop It in the United States - ... One problem that is most infuriating to many Americans is that illegal aliens are taking jobs away from U.S citizens, of course while paying next to nothing in taxes. While barely paying any taxes, they merrily receive billions of dollars worth of free education, free health care, free housing assistance and free food stamp benefits. Meanwhile, most our dollars are sent out to other countries in the billions. What did we do to stop illegal immigration. In 1986, the total number of illegal immigrants living in the US were around 5 million, then from the time President Ronald Reagan signed the Immigration Reform and Control Act, the number of illegal immigrants increased to nearly 20 milli...   [tags: Laws, Aliens, Taxes] 666 words
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Are We Alone? The Question of Extraterrestrial Life - Over the years there has been questions that people are asking if we are alone. Scientists have been seeking evidence of extraterrestrial life in the past half century. There have been many sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) seen by the people around the world. Scientists state that intelligent extraterrestrial life almost certainly exists. Are We Alone. Life may had existed on Mars because it was a habitable world. In 2004, this discovery was made NASA's Opportunity rover at Eagle Crater that Mars had water....   [tags: aliens, scientists, UFO] 893 words
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Martin Luther King and Two other Reasons the Human Race Makes Me Proud - ... believed should be within all humans: everybody in this Earth is equal. His social revamp also created a causal chain. Although overcoming racism carries large importance, Martin Luther King Jr.’s accomplishment resonates to other generations beyond his. Even today we are fighting with gay rights which ensure that his dream of equality becomes more of a reality. Martin Luther King Jr. and his accomplishment are an example of something to be proud of within the human race because it expresses the constant social development of human beings through moral means, not by physical force....   [tags: Aliens, Space, Renaissance] 705 words
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The Leader of the Raelians - ... This alien told him that he was part of the Elohim, or the Creators. He told Rael, in fluent French, that humans were created in laboratories by the Elohim on another planet. The alien also told Rael that he needed to prepare the world for when the Elohim returned to Earth. Matt Slick’s article,”The Beginning of the Raelian Movement” he quoted the Elohim’s message to Rael:"You, Claude Vorilhon, you will spread the truth under your present name which you will replace progressively with RAEL. Which means literally 'light of god' and if we translated more accurately, 'light of the Elohim' or 'Ambassador of the Elohim,' because you will be our Ambassador on earth, and we will come only unoff...   [tags: aliens, laboratory, humans, elohim] 554 words
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The Pros and Cons of Illegal Immigration in the USA - Immigration is an increasingly hot controversy in southern California; there have even been various rallies recently with many supporting a path to citizenship and others arguing that we need to close our boarders and prosecute violators. Immigration is the spotlight not due to money, but because it affects problems like race, the role of government, national identity and change. There are more advantages than disadvantages on supporting illegal immigration and supporting an amnesty....   [tags: aliens, economy, politics, ]
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Nazca Lines: A Water Cult or Early Astronomical Worship - ... F. 1998). Some lines are also aligned with the winter solstice which is considered the ‘death’ of the Sun God. Maria Reiche, one of the most avid researchers of the Nazca lines, believed that the Nazca lines were actually made to show the place where important stars rise and that some of the animals could represent constellations. The lines do match up with the stars, sun and moon around 2000 years ago however this is mostly coincidental and many lines are not in any way related to the stars at all (Alford, A....   [tags: eclipses, dieties, aliens]
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Are We Alone in The Universe? - Are we alone in the universe. This one is a hard question to answer, but there seems to be an argument that this cannot be so. Firstly, the universe is a huge place, a place that expands every second. It is so big that earth is only a tiny atom in the universe, so we can’t be the only ones alive in all that possibility of space. Secondly, life needs certain things to form; these are called CHNOPS and these are found in other places besides earth. Thirdly, people have reported alien sightings on earth, and this too suggests that we are not alone....   [tags: universe, humanity, life, aliens] 623 words
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The UFO Incident of Roswell, New Mexico - ... Brazel would gather some of this debris to show family and friends. A few days after he would contact sheriff Wilcox of Chaves County. Once Wilcox had the information he needed, he contacted the Roswell Army Air Force Base, where Major Jessie Marcel was briefed to look into the crash. Once Marcel was briefed, this would be the beginnings of the Roswell alien conspiracy. Major Marcel was the intelligence officer for the 509th Bomb Group Stationed at the Roswell Army Air Force Base. He had taken multiple samples of the debris to show his family....   [tags: aliens, debris, craft, occupants] 919 words
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The Relevance of the Square Kilometre Array in Understanding the Universe - The Square Kilometer Array, or SKA, is a new, powerful radio telescope that is being developed which is aimed at obtaining better sensitivity, higher dynamic range, larger field-of-view, and perhaps some other parameters not yet contemplated in the field of astronomy according to P.N Wilkinson, K.I. Kellermann, R.D. Ekers , J.M. Cordes and T. Joseph W. Lazio (2004). The SKA is highly relevant in the understanding of the universe in that it is able to explain and provide evidence for phenomena, including: cosmic webs, the Transcension Hypothesis, the forming of galaxies from gasses and the semi-analytical model....   [tags: telescope, galaxy, aliens] 2015 words
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Ancient Astronaut Theory - For hundreds of years certain authors have come to theorize that aliens have visited Earth. According to these authors, the aliens took the form of astronauts, also known as ‘ancient astronauts’ or ‘ancient aliens’. The theory that has emerged concerns these aliens with the belief that they are deeply connected with the origins or development of human cultures, technologies and religions. The theory is centred and popularized in the concluding half on the 20th century since the publishing of Eric Von Daniken’s book ‘Chariots of the Gods’ This book was published almost 40 years ago and as a result hundred of thousands of people that now believe we have been visited by these ancient aliens....   [tags: Aliens, Space Exploration] 977 words
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The Roswell Incident - There are many movies about what happened that night on 4th July 1947 in Roswell, New Mexico. You may have seen the X-files, Unsolved Mysteries and some other films or series that talk about UFO’s, aliens and other mysteries connected with this event. However, to find truth is something not very easy to do such as there is a huge amount of conspiracy theories and we do not know which one is the real one, and what actually happened still remains a mystery. By doing this research, I want to find out the truth about what really happened and how has it changed society....   [tags: fiction, UFO, aliens, Independence day] 1361 words
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The Possible Secrecy of UFOs - The Possible Secrecy of UFOs Unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, are one of the most controversial mysteries known to mankind. From ancient to present times, unidentified objects have been seen in the sky by millions of people. The question is, of course, what is it that we are seeing in our skies. Are they foreign spacecrafts from distant planets, merely Air Force experiments, or only our imagination. Many people believe that extraterrestrial life is existent and far more advanced then us. Conversely, many believe that aliens are just figments of our optimistic imaginations....   [tags: Unidentified Flying Objects Aliens Essays] 4047 words
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