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The Space Race

- I wish I were born in the 1940's to sprint the space race. Humankind cannot thank enough for the legacy this bustle has left in science and technology. During my initial visit to George Mason University, I met Dr. Gerald Cook and we talked at length about his work in control systems and robotics and the type of research work I could do with him. Soon I learned that Dr. Cook had worked for the Apollo program early in his career and at that instant, I could see it clear that I wanted to work with him....   [tags: Engineering]

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A Private Space

- and quickly, they created the intranet. This is different than the internet in the sense that, “the internet is an open, public space, while an intranet is designed to be a private space” (AllBusiness Editors). Therefore, it made communication a strength for Allied countries which helped the war effort greatly. This would later turn into the development of the internet where everyone has the ability to stay interconnected. Just like the Intranet, after the great wars the airplane changed functions....   [tags: World War II, Nuclear weapon]

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The Between God 's Space And Our Space

- Chapter Five focuses on the origin of the echoes of the voices that we hear; God. First, Wright discusses Heaven and how it is often misinterpreted as a place that is within our space-time universe. Wright believes that heaven is not a place or location, but rather is God’s space which is the original meaning of the word. In addition to the misinterpretation of the word, he believes there is a critical argument regarding the relationship between heaven and our planet. Wright discusses three options for the relationship between God’s space and our space....   [tags: Christianity, Jesus, Heaven, Islam]

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Russian Spaceport to Begin Construction

- Russian Prime Minister Vladmir Putin announced that a new spaceport would begin construction, and that it would cost approximately 800 million dollars to build. It is expected to open in 2015, and will be geared towards a largely civilian clientele. This will be a major political security for Russia, which currently has to base its launches out of the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, which it rents. The location will be nearby the town of Uglegorsk, in the Far East Amur region of Russia, on the border of China....   [tags: Space]

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The Story of the Skylab Space Station

- Human minds cannot comprehend how colossal an idea like space is. To obtain a firmer understanding of what or who is floating around up there, scientists all around the world invest their entire fortune and lives into exploring the unknown. Many explorations have proven successful in expanding human knowledge about space, but Skylab, America’s first space station, has demonstrated triumphant in three different space missions documenting the foreign world (Dunbar, “Part I”). Skylab Space Station was a revolutionary development in the history of space exploration with its many missions and daily life for its astronauts....   [tags: successful NASA projects]

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Ham, the Space Monkey and NASA

- The Space Monkey Research Paper The Space Monkey was a good thing because it helped our space exploration and he was the first to send an animal into space. NASA should keep exploring space and do whatever it takes to do it even if that means an animal going through harsh training for preparation to the next mission. The Space Monkey started a fire because it was the first animal in space for the U.S., the training and preparation, helped NASA’s space era, and people were up set for animal cruelty....   [tags: Exploration, Cruelty]

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Space Exploration by the United States

- ... Only 31 percent of that sum will be put into space exploration. Space exploration is important, but giving NASA 17 billion dollars is far too high. There are other important things some of that money could be put towards, like our national debt. Funding NASA a little less will not be the end of the world, many other companies with far more important studies could use the money too. Space exploration has taken humans to some amazing places like the moon. However, going to the moon may have had some unseen consequences....   [tags: government funding for NASA]

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The Odyssey Of The Space Voyager Crew

- My Science Fiction paper will be about the odyssey of the space voyager crew in their quest to do discover the truth about the fate of the RD2D Mars rover. Months earlier all communications with the RD2D rover were severed, but not until after RD2D caught a glimpse of it and sent it back to earth. Senior analyst, Tom Cruise, was the first to see the image. What he saw was so disturbing so horrid he didn’t know what to do with the information. He marched down to the office of Jack Lime and slammed the image on his desk....   [tags: Sun, Solar wind, Ionizing radiation, Earth]

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The Need to Defund Space Exploration

- The way tax dollars are already being spent does not cover a sufficient amount of the needs of the American people. With funds for education and the Veterans among the lowest, and with the likelihood of space exploration hurting these shallow funds, the money needs to be used for ethical and human sources- not for the extraterrestrial. The way things are in American's economy are dissatisfying already, and this leaves no room-money-for more rocket ships in space or feeling better about ourselves and potentially doing "...well in space" (Source A)....   [tags: taxes, veterans, poverty]

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Analysis Of ' Ka ' Performance Space

- “KA” Performance Space Art is an instrument to send semitic ideologies to the people in many ways. There are no specific places to present arts, it can be presented on theaters, cinemas, or even in streets. However, Space is playing marked roles in support and facilitate the massage of art to arrive to people hearts. The space of “KA” show in Las Vegas, Nevada is a great space to present new kinds of art to cater the needs of the artistic audience. The composition of the space is set up in an artistic way to occupy the space fully....   [tags: Music, Performance, Art, Performing arts]

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The Solar On The Urban Rooftop Space

- Introduction In a heavily urbanized modern city like San Francisco, Space will be very precious in the future if the population increases. As the population increases, the energy demand will increase which will put more pressure on the energy plants. With more, larger high rise buildings and condos being built, energy usage becomes a big problem. One way to overcome the energy problem is to incorporate more energy collecting and producing systems into the city rather than out of the city. The amount of energy independence gain from this could be substantial....   [tags: Photovoltaics, Solar energy, Solar cell]

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The Agora And For Open Space Designs

- The Agora and Fora: Open Space Designs to Promote the Spread of Ideas During the reign of the Greeks, and later the Roman Empire, many architectural styles emerged that would be carried over throughout the centuries. City planning, doric and ionic colonnades, and peristyle columns are just a few of the styles adapted by other civilizations from the greeks. Possibly the greatest culmination of Grecian architectural styles was the Athenian Agora, “the civic and commercial heart of the city” (Fazio, Moffett, & Wodehouse 58), where temples, Stoas, and the senate house surrounded the Panatheic Way to form a large open-air meeting place....   [tags: Roman Empire, Ancient Rome, Roman Forum]

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The History of Famous Space Films

- ... Furthermore, there are beings called Selenites that inhabit the moon. Le Voyage Dans La Lune is a fantastic example of a science fiction film that is not quite scientifically accurate. However, it is an excellent piece of film work for the time and also because the short, primitive science fiction film envisioned things that happen in real space travel long before the actual moon landing event occurred many years after the film was produced.. The famous Star Wars franchised space opera films are probably the most widely known space film in the history of famous space films....   [tags: star wars, science fiction]

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The Physics Of The Space Shuttle

- I my visit to endeavor space shuttle was technical and it has loaded my mind with tons of experience which I have never experienced it before. I have visited this space arena near the Pasadena along with friends and it has taught me a new phase of my life which I have never dealt with. It has memorized the new equations which I have never understood in physics. The main concept of this visit was to recall all the equations which I have read in the class and relate those equations with the practical exposure and how they are related to my class....   [tags: Classical mechanics, Force, Energy, Mass]

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The Culture of Consumption: Production of Space

- The everyday spaces of our lives express and reinforce certain understandings of different aspects of identity such as race, class, gender, age, etc. The special construct of spaces tell us, both discreetly and indiscreetly, what types of people and activities are welcome, and what types are not. Spaces are habitually designed with the purpose of eliciting a certain kind of behavior from people. By looking at the build environment as well as the everyday practices of spaces, we can interpret them....   [tags: Marketing]

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Space And A Micro Gravity Environment

- Many astronauts travel to space and back to Earth more and more often. While in space they live in a micro gravity environment. They don’t need to use their muscles or bones to function as they are floating in air. Unlike Earth you need to have full function of your bones and muscles to move and walk around. Upon the return from space, they all experience the same thing, which is the loss of muscle and bone strength, which makes them weak and unable to function as they did before they left to space....   [tags: Heart, Muscle, Cardiac muscle, Physical exercise]

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Personal Space : An Invisible Barrier

- Personal space is the area surrounding a person in which they psychologically feel safe, for this reason I chose to violate this social norm. Personal space serves as an invisible barrier that people have as a defense zone where they feel safe, protected, private, and it gives the person a feeling that they are in control. There are 4 types of spaces: The intimate space, which is within 1 foot of your body, the second area is the personal space, which is a little longer than arm distance from body....   [tags: Sociology, Male, Female, Friendship]

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The Exploration Of The Space Exploration Program

- What would it take to continue our planetary exploration agenda. The values behind the space exploration program in the United States is undermined due to the funding required to maintain the program with the public sector. The cause of this relates to poor budgeting relating to congress restrictions for the program. A unique solution to address this concern would be to divide the funding and research equally between the public and private sector to better manage the program. Understanding these issues would allow us to preserve our drive in both the present and future exploration missions....   [tags: Barack Obama, President of the United States]

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Should the Space Program Be Defunded?

- Introduction. Should the space program be defunded, that was a question that was thrown around in 2006. This program that was started in a quick race to stop the spread of communism, and to propel the U.S. to the front of the arms, and exploration race. Well 06’ came and past and the program was cut. Was it the right thing to do or did we give up on the ultimate chance for exploration into the unknown. In the 60’s there was a TV show that ran the majority of 30 years it had one line that played at the beginning and sparked the imagination of every child, young adult and now scientist....   [tags: exploration, economy, innovation, technology]

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Place and Space in Paradise Lost

- In the first three books of Paradise Lost, we find a number of instances in which the physiographic, atmospheric, and geomorphological characteristics of the text’s cosmography are described, allowing the reader a degree of purchase in their struggle to orient themselves within the various settings in which they find themselves following the In Media Res plunge into the “fiery gulf” (I.54) of “yon lake of fire” (I.280). While geographic detail is by no means a prolific element of the text, the instances of geographic detail we find largely feature independent descriptions of regions that stand in notable isolation from one another....   [tags: Chaos, cosmography, John Gillies]

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The Space Race to the Moon

- ... John H. Glenn Jr. became the first American in orbit. He orbited Earth three times in the Friendship 7. Consequently, the Soviets sent Valentina Tereshkova into space in 1963. She was the first woman in space, which was a very big accomplishment for women back then. She spent more than 70 hours in Vostok 6 orbiting around the Earth (Holland 115). The Soviets also had the first multiperson space mission with the Voskhod 1 in 1964. In 1965, Voskhod 2 had the first spacewalk. The Soviets were dominating the Space Race in every category against the Americans....   [tags: supremacy, cold war, soviet union]

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Evolution And Evolution Of Urban Space

- Throughout the semester Professor Beck covered an array of topics that dealt with the history and evolution of urban space in a sociological perspective. One of the first topics that was covered in class was the topic of human ecology. Human ecology is the study of human relations in their natural, social and built environments. Human ecology has particular relevance to this course because urban space has been a part of human life since the day humans started to roam the earth. The city has been evolving for the better since the times of widespread disease and famine that once hit “urbanized cities” during the industrial revolution....   [tags: Sociology, Human, City, Georg Simmel]

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Space By Charlotte Perkins Gilman

- In 19th century art, architecture and literature specific spaces such as the attic, studies and private garden were perceived as places of imagination and contemplation within a home. There is no one meaning to the term ‘space’ and throughout time and with the evolution of literature and architecture, space can be seen and understood in many different ways. It can be as literal as erecting walls and a roof creating a surrounded space or in the way Gaston Bachelard in ‘the poetics of space’ so deeply analysis, that it is our own creative minds and imagination in which we create intimate spaces....   [tags: Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Mind, Perception]

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The Concept of Space in Architecture

- preface. Modern architecture is all too often an exercise in sensationalist form making. The visual image occupies a tyrannical immediacy in modern life and this has been absorbed into the practice of architecture. Yet we spend the majority of our time within spaces - so what are the qualities of these spaces. If architecture is about our experience of space, then what are the important aspects of these spaces, and how can we learn lessons to help us design spaces of an appropriate quality - with memory and with meaning....   [tags: Spatial, Arrangement, Materials]

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The Success in the "Space Race"

- “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” (Fleming). The Soviet Union had beat the United States into space. However, the U.S was the first man of the moon. John F. Kennedy wanted to beat the Soviet Union to the moon, since they beat the U.S into space. Apollo 11 was the first spacecraft to ever land on the moon. Training had to be done, after astronauts were chosen. Getting them into space was tricky as well. The smaller mission of Apollo 11 was to successfully land on the moon and come home safely....   [tags: Soviet Union, United States]

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An Outstanding And Successful Public Space

- An outstanding and successful public space is hard to come across in Los Angeles, and it all depends on which areas of the city a space is located, where it has come from, and the main purpose of the space. There are numerous public spaces that are successful like Venice Beach, but there are also places that struggle at fulfilling people’s needs like Pershing Square. Venice Beach is able to bring people in from all across the city and give them great enjoyment, whereas Pershing Square is rarely used by the people of downtown due to its flawed design....   [tags: Major League Baseball, Baseball, Los Angeles]

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Theory Of The Anthropology Of Space

- Theory of Proxemics: The Anthropology of Space Hall (1966) defined proxemics as the “interrelated observations and theories of man’s use of space” (101); from the observations he made from animal studies regarding territoriality, spacing, and population, he proposes an organizational model of the underlying culture. This model is organized by Hall (1966) as a set of patterns divided into three different cultural levels: the intracultural, the precultural, and the microcultural. Infracultural “is behavioral and is rooted in man’s biological past” and precultural “is physiological and very much is the present” (101)....   [tags: Proxemics, Distance, Nonverbal communication]

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Analysis of the Weather in Space

- On October 27, 2003, the Sun came off the heels of emitting some massive, X-class solar flares. Just the day before, at both 650 and 1815 UTC, the Sun launched two flares from sunspots 486 and 484, respectively. They were expected to create aurorae after striking Earth’s magnetic field sometime on October 28. Little was it known at the time that this event would pale in comparison to what was coming in only a matter of days, if not hours (Phillips, 27 Oct.). The next day, October 28, at 1110 UTC, the Sun emitted a massive X17.2 solar flare, which registered third all-time in recorded history....   [tags: soho satellite, solar flares, proton storm]

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A Space Odyssey and The Odyssey

- Metis in 2001: A Space Odyssey and The Odyssey The movie 2001: A Space Odyssey by Steven Kubrick and The Odyssey by Homer have underlying themes that have relationships to each respectively. However, Greek mythology often attributes strength as the ultimate virtue, and even current day movies do too. The attribute of being clever or cunning is seen during 2001: A Space Odyssey and The Odyssey seen by Odysseus and David Bowman as the dominate theme throughout both titles. Metis, the Greek word meaning clever or being cunning, is prevalent throughout Bowman’s and Odysseus epic trials with their ability to reason to gain the outcomes they desire....   [tags: trials, gods, metis]

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The Future of Space Travel

- An Astronomy Conversation: The Future of Space Travel An Astronomy topic that has always been intriguing is space travel. The ability to rocket into space, look down on Earth, and “…explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before” (IMDB) is an adventure that people dream of experiencing. On July 20, 1969, an estimated six million people watched Neil Armstrong become the first man to walk on the Moon (Nixon Library). Presently, people are paying Virgin Galactic $250,000 to reserve a seat on a spaceship that is expected to tour suborbital space in the near future (Virgin Galactic)....   [tags: armstrong, moon, mars, food, fuel]

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Personal Space and Eye Contact

- Study of personal space is important. Proxemics behavior is not just one form of self-defense, is also a part of the unconscious that controls the behavior and the interaction between humans. Personal space is essential for people because alerts when somebody is too close that could cause some damage to another. Some studies try to explain how proxemics behavior works and what factors can influence it. For example, previous experiments found out that people more distance when they are front of tall people than when they are front of short people....   [tags: proxemics, behavior, self-defense]

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THe History of Space Exploration

- Space Exploration You might think the US first started space exploration or even having the first man in space. Well that is incorrect. What really happened was on October 4, 1957 USSR launched the first ever space probe in space called, Sputnik 1. About a month later USSR launched up Sputnik 2 which carried a small dog, named Laika. Then on January 31, 1958, the US launched Explorer 1. It carried scientific instruments that discovered the Van Allen radiation belt. On March 2, Explorer 2 is launched but failed to reach orbit....   [tags: NASA, president Kennedy]

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The Law Of Expansion Of Living Space

- Cyber Bullying The law of expansion of living space is an absolute law in the development of all life forms needed for continued expansion of functional connections with living space, reflected in the development of assessment and motivational functions. In the last decade, providing a safe and secure childhood has become a major national priority of the most advanced countries in the world. To date, there is an urgent need to protect children from the dangers associated with Web access. Such social conditions: the fast development of information technology and the availability of information in all its manifestations, will inevitably lead to an increase in the number of crimes of violence...   [tags: Abuse, Bullying, Internet, MySpace]

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The And Black Men And Public Space

- I am a small town, young African American girl. I know first hand how racial stereotypes can affect someone 's life in a negative way. In the essays “Living in Two Worlds” by Marcus Mabry and “Black Men and Public Space” by Brent Staples both authors explore the effects of racial stereotypes, using notably many similarities and differences throughout each essay. One key similarity that both essays share is prejudice that African American men receive in public settings. In “Living in Two Worlds” Mabry discloses, “I, too, encounter prejudice, but it is softened by my status as a student in an affluent and intellectual community.”(101) This shows that clearly this man has been subject to prej...   [tags: African American, Black people, Poverty, Wealth]

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The Benefits of Space Exploration

- ... (SpaceX) have taken over where NASA left off and show the possibility of surpassing what NASA was able to accomplish. Space exploration has lead to the creation of many life changing technologies. Space exploration has caused numerous advances in the medical field. The risk of dying from sickness or injury is magnified when you are in space. Astronauts are isolated and can be weeks away from any possible medical help. There is also a huge risk of the spread of sickness because astronauts live in such close quarters....   [tags: technology, medicine, advances]

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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration

- The National Aeronautics and Space Administration Most people recognize NASA as the agency that is responsible for taking Americans to the moon and bringing them safely home, blasting off into space with the Space Shuttle programs, sending magnificent pictures of the planets and stars to earth via the Hubble Telescope and of the surface of Mars via cameras on the Mars Rover. While all these descriptions are true, NASA is responsible for many of the familiar items Americans use in our every day lives....   [tags: FAA, decline]

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The Sacred Space Of The Cathedral Of Chartres

- The sacred space of the Cathedral of Chartres in France and the Parthenon will be discussed in comparison with each other. This cathedral was built during the Medieval Period for the worshipers of God. To this day pilgrims come to see the pure, Gothic cathedral. The massive cathedral seems to loom overhead as if a symbol of God watching over the worshippers that visit. The earlier church burned in 1194, it was rebuilt and has gained a much more appreciated and admirable character distinction, statuary, and stained glass....   [tags: Gothic architecture, Stained glass, Middle Ages]

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Nationalism During the Space Race

- American nationalism during the Space Race fueled support for NASA, resulting in great technological and scientific advancements during the Cold War. The hyper-competitive atmosphere surrounding the Cold War heightened already existing rivalry between the United States’ and the Soviet Union’s science programs. As the two superpowers struggled for technological dominance, the American people were swept into a frenzy of nationalism. The Science News-Letter pointed out that the Space Race was driven by, “nothing more or less than the ego-driven pressures of competition.” The idea of the Soviet Union both having a superior space program as well as having the capacity to attack the United States...   [tags: NASA, cold war, reaching the moon]

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Space Weather Affecting The Earth

- 'I saw dancing lights in the sky, spiking straight up starting around a few hundred feet off the ground. They waved a bit like curtains’-Mike Taylor. The Aurora Borealis is a display of solar flares that collide with the earth's atmosphere and cause a phenomenal light show, but do the impact of the solar flares affect the earth in any way. If so, is it a positive or negative reaction. Solar flares are also known as space weather. It is said in many research papers that space weather has a long term effect on the earth's atmosphere....   [tags: solar flare, wind, x-ray]

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The Future of Space Exploration

- “Sheltered as we are by Earth's atmosphere and magnetic field, which deflect lethal radiation from space, we are like coddled children who have never ventured into a tough neighborhood” (Folger 2). Humans have been fascinated with space since the beginning of our time. Just like children and rough neighborhoods, we have tackled obstacle over obstacle to make it home again. In the end, we have a better knowledge and strength than before. The future of space exploration can assist us in answering the everlasting question of how the universe came to be....   [tags: Robots, Discoveries]

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Physical Background Of Space Charge

- Overview This chapter is divided in to two parts; the first part is reviewing the physical background of space charge, while the second part is reviewing some previous models that were proposed to calculate space charge under HVDC. Space charge One of the properties of insulation material under HVDC is their tendency to accumulate space charge; this is due to allowing weak electrical conduction by these materials [18]. The charges which are flow within insulation may be non-uniform due to non-homogeneity of the material [12]....   [tags: Electric charge, Fundamental physics concepts]

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The Deaf Body Of Public Space

- The Deaf Body in Public Space In this article, “The Deaf Body in Public Space,” Rachel Kolb explains how interacting with people who do not understand sign language could be difficult. With her hearing disability she struggled to communicate with her peers. Kolb further explains the different situations she has encountered with people and comments that are made with first intercommunications. Going further she also mentions how she struggles with two languages and two modes of communication. First, starting with Kolb’s childhood she explains how being the only deaf student in her elementary school made her stumble across a few challenges....   [tags: Communication, Sign language, Rhetoric]

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Description Of A Blank Space Of Wonder

- One overclouded and mysterious night I find myself looking into the far distance into the unknown. What 's over there. What will i find if I enter this dark place. I just see myself in a blank space of wonder. Is this just part of a dream I once had. I guess I 'll never know. Feeling all these indecisive feelings of whether or not I should go forward I just imagine “What if”. What if I encounter something that I 'll regret. What if I see something that I want to forget. And what if I become what I fear the most....   [tags: English-language films, Feeling, American films]

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The Use Of Space And Body Language

- Either inherited from your ancestors or found through past experiences, we all eventually discover there is an art to communicating that not all of us possess. As humans, we are unwillingly communicating with our environment and every stakeholder within that environment. Through verbal and nonverbal cues, the use of space and body language, we interact with one another in a continuous and flowing fashion. Learning how to communicate effectively is arguably one of the most valuable traits a human can possess, but whether we have the ability or not, it can be refined just as any skill can....   [tags: Communication, Distraction, Attention]

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Space And Culture Of Homelessness

- Outline: Space and Culture of Homelessness Homelessness is associated with a culture unique to individuals who have, unstable housing or no housing who live on the streets, public places, shelters, halfway homes or in their cars. Homelessness is defined statistically as a state of not having a place to stay (Ravenhill, 2016). The statistical definition of homelessness conflicts with the perception of homeless people because for some homeless individuals the concept of home refers to a refuge, safe place, relationship with other homeless individuals, a unique personal space or an emotional and psychological refuge (Ravenhill)....   [tags: Homelessness, Homelessness in the United States]

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Failed Revolutions in "Office Space"

- The film “Office Space” depicts several employees at a software firm trying and failing at rebelling against the company they work for. The revolutions against the management and their subsequent failures are explained by Karl Marx’s theories on the proletariat and bourgeoisie in The Communist Manifesto. The workers were not going far enough in their attempts to improve their lives. In proving the failed rebellions of the employees can be explained by The Communist Manifesto, it must first be proven that the movie accurately represents the proletariat and bourgeoisie classes and their struggle....   [tags: Film Analysis]

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The American Of The Space Club

- We entered the space club, and received, all of us, a free “drink.” We decided to wait on the drinks and go up to the dance floor, which was on the level above the bar, accessible by alternating ramps. I’m not sure if I had ever been so uncomfortable before then. We made our way to a spot on the floor, and started dancing. American pop music was blasting over the speakers, and I did my best not to look like a fool. I have a powerful doubt that my face was twisted into an expression of positivity for more than a small fraction of the time....   [tags: English-language films, Good and evil, Mind]

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Lowe Mill Is A Working Space

- Even though Lowe Mill is a working space, is open to the public Wednesdays through Saturdays. If studio doors are open, the public is invited, and encouraged, to enter the studios and talk with the artisans. This offers an opportunity seldom available at other public art-viewing venues such as museums, to interact with artists and learn about their work. Lowe Mill is also home to six small galleries which house rotating exhibits by various artists covering a vast array of media and stages of artist development....   [tags: Art, Arts, Music, The arts]

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Science Fiction : A Space Odyssey

- The History of science fiction is one of mankind’s richest forms of true expression, captured by the imagination. Even as make-believe as science fiction may be seem in its time, It more often than not plays on real life concepts and cultural issues of mankind’s present day climate, only slightly skewed from reality. It is these concepts that have the power to immerse audiences into something so rich that it’s slightly slanted factuality, from reality, causes little concern. Science fiction plays on concepts of paranoia, anxieties, invasion and exploration that are often at the centre of social and cultural issues of modern day life here on Earth....   [tags: Frankenstein, Science fiction, Novel]

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Failed Revolutions in "Office Space"

- The film “Office Space” depicts several employees at a software firm trying and failing at rebelling against the company they work for. The revolutions against the management and their subsequent failures are explained by Karl Marx’s theories on the proletariat and bourgeoisie in The Communist Manifesto. The problem that the workers encountered was a result of not going far enough in their attempts at improving their lives. In proving the failed rebellions of the employees can be explained by The Communist Manifesto, it must first be proven that the movie accurately represents the struggle between the proletariat and bourgeoisie classes....   [tags: Film Analysis]

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Space Race in the 1960's

- The 1960’s were full of questions, and one of the biggest questions the world was pondering about was regarding the Space Race: was the USA going to beat their communist enemy, the Soviet Union. The Space Race was a series of events that helped to symbolize and determine in the worlds’ eyes which form of government was better, communism (Soviets) or democracy (United States). In the beginning of the race, the Soviets had the lead, and it was not looking good for America. Then the United States picked up the pace and spent well over eight billion dollars funding the space studies....   [tags: United States, Communist Enemy, Soviet Union]

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The Development of Space Travel

- Could you imagine being the reason why space travel is as magnificent as it is today. Robert Goddard is the wonderful man behind all of this. Many people were so surprised when he announced that the first rocket fueled with liquid oxygen and gasoline was built and ready to launch. On March 16, 1926 in Auburn, Massachusetts on Goddard’s aunts’ farm, many witnessed the first ever working rocket to launch into space. The rocket traveled for two point five seconds going about sixty miles per hour and soaring forty-one feet in the air then landed one hundred eighty-four feet away....   [tags: rocket, nasa, fuel]

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The Building Into Office Space

- The town has two options for the abandoned building. The first option is to turn the building into office space and the second is to make it a community center. When deciding which option to choose one must consider how the two proposals would accomplish these goals. The first option would be the best at achieving both of these goals. Most importantly, the conversion to office space would bring in revenue for the town. Secondly, bringing in more businesses to the town can give a boost to the economy....   [tags: Decision theory, Decision making, Community]

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The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster

- On January 28, 1986 the Space Shuttle Challenger destined for space came to a crashing halt after just 73 seconds into liftoff. What would the first thought of any normal person be. Why. What went wrong. All seven crew members aboard The Challenger perished. While the physical cause of the Challenger is now known as the failure of mechanics, the Report of the Presidential Commission on the Space Shuttle Challenger Accident revealed that the primary cause of the disaster was “flaws in the decision making process” (Hughes, 66)....   [tags: o-rings, liftoff, tragedy]

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The For Safe Storage Space Facilities

- The article written by The Times Editorial Board of the city of Los Angeles’s sensible plans for two storage facility locations, in order for the homeless population to store in a safe place their belongings and access them easily and often. This necessity is said to be one of the short term other needs of the homeless. Other than the long term solution of providing housing and services to people living in the streets. No other “short term other needs of the homeless” are listed. The need for safe storage space facilities is for the homeless to have a safe clean place to store their shopping carts, bags, clothing, keepsake, medical records and identification....   [tags: Homelessness, Homelessness in the United States]

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An Essay On Altering Public Space

- Who would have ever thought that you could enjoy a college English class. That was the case for me this past fall semester. Even though there were many hours spent planning, writing, and editing, the mixture of fun writing prompts and a great teacher resulted in a fun time all in all. This challenging class has taught me the importance of organization, how to be a better writer, and most importantly, how to have fun writing. If you were to ask me to write an essay before August, I would have picked up a pencil right away and just started writing, not understanding how significant an effect that having an outline can have on my writing....   [tags: Writing, Essay, Creative writing, Thought]

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The Benefits of Space Exploration

- Space has always been a pivotal and utmost important subject for many years. In the past, scientists have made monumental advances in this field such as sending people into orbit and landing a man on the moon. Of course, this has only barely been explored and we still have a lot more to see of the ever-vast outer space. One of the most significant topics of all of science has only been touched and there’s still more to come. Some may think exploring outer space is simply a human’s curiosity. This is true but on the contrary, people explore to learn about things they may have never known and touch on the essence of the creation of the universe....   [tags: technology, medical, relocation]

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Creole as a Third Space

- Creole as a ‘Third Space’ in Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea Jean Rhys’ novel Wide Sargasso Sea (1966) depicts Antoinette Cosway, a white creole girl and descendent of the colonizers, torn between her white creole identity and her affiliation with and attachment to the colonized, colored people of postcolonial Jamaica. Antoinette is neither fully accepted by the blacks nor by the white European colonizers. She continuously struggles to negotiate between the completely opposing expectations and spaces of black Jamaican and white European culture....   [tags: white sargasso, jean rhys]

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Fluid From The Intravascular Space

- Fluid from the intravascular space shifts into the interstitial space surrounding the cells. This shift is caused by increased hydrostatic pressure within capillaries as the result of reduced liver function blocking blood flow. Increased capillary permeability from inflammation pushes albumin into the interstitial space, increasing interstitial osmotic pressure and deceasing capillary osmotic pressure. Due to decreased liver function, albumin is not longer readily made decreasing its presence in body....   [tags: Blood, Potassium, PH, Blood plasma]

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The Theory Of Space Exploration

- It was once stated, “No one knows what the future holds. That’s why its potential is infinite.” No one would have ever believed that space exploration would be possible until Sir Isaac Newton came along and conducted experiments while developing his profound theories. An English physicist and mathematician, Newton was an instrumental figure during the scientific revolution of the 17th century. Not only was Newton known for being the founder of differential and integral calculus, but he was also given credit for other contributions to mathematics including the generalized binomial theorem and his method of finding approximations successively closer to the root(s) of a function (Mastin, 2010)....   [tags: Classical mechanics, Newton's laws of motion]

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The Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster

- 1.0 Introduction Seventy three seconds into its 10th flight, on January 28, 1986, the Space Shuttle Challenger broke apart over the Atlantic Ocean, killing the seven crew members on board [1]. The Challenger was the second space shuttle constructed by NASA and had completed nine successful missions prior to the disaster. Following the accident, the shuttle program was suspended for 32 months as President Ronald Regan appointed a Commission, chaired by William P. Rogers and known as the Rogers Commission, to investigate the cause of the accident [1]....   [tags: Management]

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The Safety Of Space Travel

- Laika is the name of the first dog sent to orbit space. She was a stray dog found almost a week before the rocket was set to launch to outer space. Laika was chosen to be launched because of her calm demeanor and small stature. On November 3 1957, Laika was launched on a one-way trip to outer space, by reason of the technology at reach was not advanced enough to bring her back home. This launch was done to measure the safety of space travel for humans. Laika was a very nice and a great dog; a staff member from the space center would periodically bring her home to play with his children....   [tags: Animal testing, Animal rights, Draize test]

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The Space Age Furniture Company

- Space Age Furniture Company As competition increases within organizations of similar markets, seeking ways to improve overall operations of a business is imperative. Businesses strive for development and that can be done by constructing an effective and efficient supply chain and inventory managing system. Supply and inventory management must be regulated by both the suppliers and the leadership teams of an organization, but primarily the organization being that they know exactly what products are needed for production....   [tags: Inventory, Material requirements planning]

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Cognitive Representations Of Urban Space

- As we move daily in our given space, the satisfactory accomplishment of certain activities depends on the organization of our journeys. The cognitive representations of space are affected and constructed by the individual in relation to his interactions with the environment. This is also dependent on the representation that the individual makes of the space he is led to cross. The mental and dynamic processes are different from one individual to another. During the observation of adolescents of different ages in various settings, the formulation of a hypothesis was made....   [tags: High school, Middle school, Secondary school]

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Space Needs of Laying Hens

- Space is defined as a continuous area or expanse that is free, available, or unoccupied. Laying hens that are housed in furnished cages are lacking such “space” which means they are missing out on freedoms. For example, freedom to forage, freedom to express behaviour, such as vigorous wing flapping, freedom to escape from harm, and freedom to find shelter from harm, these freedoms should be met in order for the laying hens to have a positive and productive life without suffering. Having a better quality housing system for laying hens would allow for that....   [tags: cages, freedom]

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The Project Space Rough Draft

- Project Space Rough Draft Macys has become one of the greatest retail stores in the United States. Since they first opened their doors to customers in 1858 Macy’s stores have always been grand and innovative. They have changed their stores quite remarkably since it’s beginning. Macy’s elegant charm has brought in customers and help turn this retail store into a huge company. Currently Macys has 850 department stores in 45 states. Most Macy’s stores are quite grand and have two to three levels in which they market to youth, women, men....   [tags: Department store, Macy's, Retailing]

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The International Space Academy Foundation

- The International Space Academy Foundation is non-political, and takes no stand on any political issues including the Immigration issue. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recent comments on Mexican immigration has focused attention on immigration like never before. These issues may be important, but for the Foundation they are mostly a distraction from our primary mission which is to educate the public about the benefits of building an International Space Academy with its associated high-technology hub....   [tags: Immigration, Immigration to the United States]

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My Personal Reflection On Space

- Spaces personal or public play a very important role in people’s lives. These spaces can give people an escape, a place for meditation, a place for worship and even a walk down memory lane. In our text it mentions “The word “space” of course, means different things to different people.”(286) This statement is important because not everyone will have the same sacred space. Some spaces are not spaces at all, you can lose yourself in a book, movie, or a video game. This can be a person’s escape. My personal sacred space or “happy place” is an actual place....   [tags: English-language films, Debut albums, Family]

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Space Racism : The Game

- Space Racism: The Game The Mass Effect trilogy of games is set in the relatively distant future, 2183 CE, when humans have become capable of faster than light travel and have become part of an intergalactic community. The technology may be highly advanced in this universe, but society is still plagued by familiar issues such as racism. This series of games not only portrays racism, but through the interactive medium, allows the player to recognize and correct it. The overarching plot of Mass Effect is that in deep space dwells an ancient race of intelligent synthetic-organic starships that regularly cull all organic life in the galaxy....   [tags: Stereotype, Race, Racism, Race]

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The Issue Of Public Space

- Public space is a shared landscape that all citizens have the potential to encounter. These areas, especially in major cities like Philadelphia, are saturated with statues depicting historical figures and a variety of artwork. Memorials are also included in this public area and become a representation of a certain memory for the public to share. When conflicts occur, such as a major war, more than just the government and the military are involved. A nations economy is torn apart, and certain industries and their materials are focused on the war effort....   [tags: United States, Vietnam War, Lyndon B. Johnson]

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Saturnian and Micromegas in Space

- ... Upon his return Micromegas presents to the earthlings a “choice book of philosophy” where he has written down the reason for existence. But, his book only has blank pages. The blank pages can have many meanings. One, that humans can write their impact on the universe. Another of a history not yet written, a history that doesn’t exist and yet as the ability to change and add new pages. Micromegas ceased to be amazed how advanced human beings were and are. His disbelief contributed to their vast knowledge of math, sciences, and philosophies....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Black Men in Public Space

- In the short essay, “Black Men in Public Space” written by Brent Staples, discusses his own experiences on how he is stereotyped because he is an African American and looks intimidated in “public places” (Staples 225). Staples, an intelligent man that is a graduate student at University of Chicago. Due to his skin complexity, he is not treated fairly and always being discriminated against. On one of his usual nightly walks he encountered a white woman. She took a couple glances at him and soon began to walk faster and avoided him that night....   [tags: stereotypes, brent staples, discrimination]

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Being A Diplomat Within Space

- His mother was a Diplomat within space. She came to Earth well to a help with their problem with war and a good problem with destroying thing. She fell in love with the male farmer that is and well things went well with their relationship. They discuss it the whole mating thing before becoming mate and what is expect. They had to make sure it was well okay with the elder that is her mother parent before actual mate. They had discussed how to raise it and they decide best opinion was first artificial insemination the first one and well reason was simple between the two of them because they want to make sure both species could breed already and want to take safety precautions as they did so....   [tags: Family, Mother, Parent]

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Questions On Room Space Program

- Before setting up the program, we must first consider the following issues. Room Space • Because the program attendees will be discussing and collaborating while trying to solve the puzzles, it may be best to have a designated room for the program to minimize disturbance to other library users • Tables and chairs will be required • Hiding places within the room may be required Number of Participants • The ideal number of participants varies from Breakout to Breakout • It will be necessary to limit the number of people attending, depending on the specific Breakout used and the number of kits purchased • A good program size would be about fifteen to eighteen people, which accommodates five to...   [tags: High school, English-language films, Adolescence]

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A Space Of Social Action

- We are drawn into the ideology that feminism exists to this extent, were women can freely have a choice in situations where they were once forbidden from. An example includes the right to chose parenthood. Reproductive rights have been a controversial and highly debated topic in feminism that has been fought for with much passion and resilience, and even though abortion rights and birth control methods have been granted, they are still governed to some extent. Some medical practitioners and health care institutions have fought to deny women the capability to make decisions about their pregnancy and even deny medical treatments that they feel will be unbeneficial....   [tags: Feminism, Sociology, Neoliberalism]

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The Burden Of Outer Space

- Planit Earth when seen from the vast vacuum of outer space stands as a testament to the remarkable phenomenon called life. When viewed from a far Earth appears resolute like a resting marble. However, in reality, this marble of life is under constant change. This constant change is relatively normal and promotes an equal balance in the ecosystem over time. However, over the past hundred years, this balance has shifted. Human beings are now affecting the environment in major ways. In the past humans have lived their lives in ignorance, unaware of their impact on the earth 's environment....   [tags: Environmentalism, Environmental movement]

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Analysis : Memory Analytics Space

- Many vendors in the in-memory analytics space offer similar technologies, features, functionality, and infrastructure. However, the success or failure of in-memory analytics does rest to some degree on the technology selected to be the delivery platform. Customers who adopted this technology say that the platform needs to be web- enabled/centric as their primary requirement. Beyond the web- enabled requirement, here are some other essential technology- driven prerequisites to consider: Integration with your existing integrated data warehouse and business intelligence The need for a data warehouse is still prevalent for in-memory analytics....   [tags: Data management, Data warehouse]

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Black Men And Public Space

- It does matter. The 25.4 percent of lives matter. The 381 taken lives in one year screams that it matters. The 42 different studies show that they matter. The color shouldn 't matter, but maybe it does. If one is willing to shoot faster and more often for the darker, that 's when it matters. Better shots for one to aim for death matters. They matter and it’s time that it was said. Brent Staples is a black man from Chicago. In his essay titled Black Men and Public Space, Staples speaks out about his experience with the nasty stereotype that has been given to men, women and children who share the same color of skin....   [tags: Fear, Anger, Claustrophobia, Race]

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Black Men, And Public Space

- In the 1970s it was a time of revolutionary speakers and influential groups that fought to create a unified nation despite the struggles they faced. Since the 1970s racism has gotten worse. Racial discrimination is still a major problem we face today and in recent years there have been many problems with discrimination including, hate crimes, the criminal justice system, job wages, and police brutality. at they see, and not by what they know. In Brent Staples essay, Black Men, and Public Space the author talks about the ways he was discriminated against because of his race....   [tags: Race, Black people, White people, Racism]

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The Kennedy Space Center

- Outer space has always intrigued the human mind. Ever since humans have inhabited the Earth, they have always looked to the heavens. Ptolemy, who lived over two thousand years ago, dreamed of being with the stars. He said, “I know that I am mortal by nature, and ephemeral; but when I trace at my pleasure the windings to and fro of the heavenly bodies I no longer touch the earth with my feet: I stand in the presence of Zeus himself and take my fill of ambrosia” (Tyson). At that time, reaching the “final frontier” was not even remotely possible....   [tags: Aerospace]

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