Imagine the power of technology hundreds of years from now. Imagine the feats we can accomplish with this technology and then the earth moon seems possible. That is, of course, if we find one there. None of these ideas could happen if this moon earth does not exist. I guess one could say that we hope this earth moon does exist because the human race might depend on it one day.
Movies such as Star Wars and Planet of the Apes have helped fuel our desire to get off the planet earth, find new life forms, and conquer the stars. Science-fiction dreams of worlds beyond our solar system have taken on a more realistic aspect since astronomers discovered that the universe contains planets in surprisingly large numbers. Studying those distant planets might show how special Earth really is and tell us more about our place in the universe (NASA homepage). Finding a planet that can support human life would revolutionize our society into the Jetson’s. These ideas are soon to become our realities.
Mars is our best chance for inspiring generations to create new things and solve world problems. Human survival and the advancements of technologies and inspiration is inevitable through space travel to mars. Therefore, humanity must make the next big step of mars exploration for all the good things it holds. Humans have the capability to go to mars. It is just whether or not they decide to go now.
“Riches is nothing in the face of the Lord,” she uses religion to cope with her social situation of not being able to sell the cakes. The cakes also reveal her relationship with her husband because she tells Kate “I can tell him that anybody is likely to make a miscue, but it’s not all of them that can get out of it without loss, I can tell him. It’s not everybody can eat their mistakes (9).” This shows how worried she is about what Tull will say and it shows how they do not have a good
It makes people think badly of the family and shames them. People knew that Wickham wasn?t in love with Lydia, and that Lydia lives for the excitement. Lydia?s attitude towards marriage was that she enjoys flirting and having a good time, so wasn?t thinking of her future. In the book it says that Mr Wickham?s ?affection for her soon sunk into indifference?. As they were not thinking about love or their future, their marriage is not a happy one and although Lydia likes to brag about being the first one of the daughters to be married, it is predicted she will regret this later.
This action causes a big uproar because the villagers view this as stealing from her husband’s Church. Mary Dempster’s kindness and generosity of spirit are definitely viewed by them as major character flaws. Also, as noted by the Bookrags study guide, Mary’s refusal to take her husband’s fears and securities seriously and her positive attidude and faith that life will work out for the best are not looked upon favourably by the villagers. They believe she is too simple and silly to understand her husband’s fears. When breast-feeding her infant, Mary is not concerned about covering up.
Charlotte Lucas will marry to solidify her life, not because she loves, for many people are unkind about her ability to marry well; thus after her marriage to Mr. Collins, she spends all of her time avoiding him. Charlotte knows that even though she wants to marry more than anything in the world, she does not expect love to come about; thus, she decides that it is probably even better if you don't know a thing at all about the person you are marrying. While Charlotte is speaking to Elizabeth about her sister, she expressed her opinion as to Jane Bennet's relationship towards a gentleman. She says it is probably better not to study a person because you would probably know as much after twelve months as if she married him the next day. Charlotte even goes as far as to say that "it is better to know as little as possible of the defects of the person with whom you are to pass your life" (p.21).
Even such a notably respectable news source as Newsweek has detailed the future maned missions to Mars (September, 23 1996). When I look forward to the future I can hardly imagine the changes that will occur as a result of new discoveries in science and new technologies. With so m any possibilities for the future, science fiction is able to capitalizes on this by showing the audience entirely new worlds and alternatives to our own. Technology presented in science fiction stories most commonly serves a very important role in the stories plausablilty to the audience. While this does not mean that technology is necessarily the focus of such stories it is often used as the vehicle for which such alternative and wonderous events occur.
This is introduces the “moon” as symbolism and imagery, relating the moon to chastity and desire. In modern times the moon was referred to as Artemis, the “ancient virgin goddess” during Midsummers night and Mayday. Theseus is claiming the love or “desire” he craves for his beloved Hippolyta, while Hippoylta is saying that the day will turn into night, then turn into his dreams which will pass the time to their wedding. The moon is also used in a symbolic way after four other main characters are introduced: Demetrius, Lysander, Hermia, and Helena. Egeus, Hermia’s father believes that Demetrius is the fairest suitor for Hermia and they should be wed by
(1.1.6-11 (Shakespeare and ... ... middle of paper ... ...moon, therefore creating the image of the ‘Man in the Moon’: STARVELING: This lantern doth the horned moon present; Myself the Man i’th’ Moon do seem to be. (5.1.235-236 (Shakespeare and Brooks)) Thus the moon takes on another more comical and amusing role in contrast to the darker, more serious roles it holds towards the other groups. Conclusion Returning to the introduction, the moon is not only ever present, it actively influences the proceedings throughout the play, not only connecting characters, but also giving them agency for their actions. Shakespeare once again displays his dexterity with imagery through his manifold portrayals of the moon; one moment merely the indicator of time, the next a symbol of the goddess Diana, at once a symbol of order and chaos, of happiness and discord, fertility and chastity, it encompasses all that transpires on the stage.