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    John Gray's "Men from Mars and Women from Venus" In his work "Men from Mars and Women from Venus", John Gray explored the intrinsic differences between men and women in a way that has helped millions of people to understand why relationships between the two sexes could be so frustrating. Gray was correct when he talked about women cherishing love, communication, beauty, and relationships. However, he oversimplified the gender differences between the two sexes. Though women appreciate the beauty

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    The Mars Exploration Rover Mission

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    National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) launched two similar twin robotic rovers, which were Spirit and Opportunity toward Mars on 10 June and 7 July 2003 (NASA 2012). Spirit and Opportunity landed in Gusev Crater on 4 January 2004 and in Meridiani Planum on 25 January 2004 respectively (NASA 2012). Opportunity is still operating and roving after 10 years on the Martian surface while final communication of Spirit to the Earth took place on 22 March 2010, which is around six years into

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    “Men come from Mars, Women came from Venus”. Is this quote true? Males and Females have a lot in common, but they are definitely not identical. They are different in many ways, one of them being the language used in face-to-face interaction. Men and Women have very different traits, which separate them from one another such as how assertive they are in conversations, their choice of vocabulary when speaking, and also how talkative they are. In this essay, I will seek to examine and explain the reasons

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    can happen in any industry, even in the confectionary industry. Mars inc. and Mondelez int. have powerful histories and an important place in the confectionary industry. The question is, is it enough to consider them virtual monopolies? Though these companies are not even close to possessing 50% or more of the confectionary industry market, they still can be looked as companies that have created a virtual monopoly. The companies Mars and Mondelez are the two leading confectionary companies in the

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    “Hurricane” By Thirty Seconds to Mars

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    Thirty Seconds to Mars is an American rock band that formed in Los Angeles, California in 1998. The band was formed by brothers Jared and Shannon Leto, and Tomo Milicevic. Jared is the lead vocalist, Shannon is the percussionist, and Tomo is the lead guitarist. Each member plays a variety of different instruments. They released a total of four albums, including their self-titled debut. “Hurricane” is a hit song from the album This is War. It is the first track on the album and it is written by Jared

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    Terraforming Mars is a very difficult and time consuming process that will play out over time. The definition of terraforming is “the theoretical process of deliberately modifying its atmosphere, temperature, surface topography, or ecology to be similar to the biosphere of Earth.” (wikipedia.com) In much simpler terms, it mean to make like Earth. If I were to terraform Mars, I would use the 1000 year plan because it simply seems to be the most logical and reasonable. There would be fuel available

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    Mars

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    The desire of humans to explore has led them to reach further into the universe by examining planets like Mars, to find out if humans can inhabit it. Researchers are rapidly gathering data from space probes and a rover vehicle on Mars to discover if this can be accomplished. Scientists have claimed that Mars is inhabitable but there are three major issues that must be examined to determine whether the scientists or the researchers are correct in their hypothesis. The three areas are training, transportation

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    What is Terraforming?

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    The planet Mars could be terraformed more easily than other planets because it is believed to be the planet most like Earth. Hundreds of millions of years ago, Mars had an environment more like Earth’s, with a thicker atmosphere and more water. (Terraforming of Mars). Additionally, other similarities between the two planets are found in their temperature ranges, the presence of water, and the length of their days. Scientists believed that about 3.5 million years ago, “Earth and Mars may even have

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    The Future of Humanity

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    since the exponential growth of the human population. Through decades of research and searching the stars for answer, we may have found one close to us: Mars. The Red Planet was once much like Earth, before the majority its atmosphere leaked into space. Many scientist still believe that there is water underneath the soil and new data from the current Mars Rover has backed up that belief. Unfortunately, it is looking less and less likely that Earth will be enough to support growing populations and decreasing

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    The Martian Case Study

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    abandoned on the surface of Mars after an impossible storm sent his crew fleeing. While an enthralling story, there are moments when scientific accuracy is thrown out the window. The enormous storm which forced the crew to abandon their mission and the reduced gravity on Mars, were not depicted accurately in The Martian. Other aspects of the move like the necessity, use and number of solar panels used on the surface of Mars appear to be more accurate. The gravity on Mars is equivalent to one third

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