Essays on Planet

Mars Colonization`s Goal Worthy
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Also referred to as extraterrestrial colonization or space settlement, space colonization is a lasting habitation of human beings away from planet earth. After the Apollo mission to the moon was completed, the 1960s and 1970's photographic analysis carried out by Mariner spacecraft in Mars, and the Martian surface's probes Viking in 1970s, the development of Mars colony has been considered as one of the main objectives of space programs today. In his speech on July 1989 at the National Air…...
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Save Earth Before Colonizing Mars
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Has humanity irreversibly defaced earth from being a sustainable planet for further centuries? Many would believe that humanity has come to a point of constant destruction of earth with no hope for change. This thought process has come forth with the resolution of starting a new sustainable planet on mars. However, it is tremendously more challenging to restart than to fix damage and change simplistic daily routines. As a global unit we do not have the resources on earth or…...
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Lonely Planet – Travel Guide Book
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"Lonely Planet is the biggest travel guide book and digital media publisher in the world. The company is owned by BBC Worldwide, which bought a 75% share from the founders Maureen and Tony Wheeler in 2007 and the final 25% in February 2011. Initially called Lonely Planet Publications, the company changed its name to Lonely Planet in July 2009 to reflect its broad travel industry offering and the emphasis on digital products. After Let's Go Travel Guides, it was one…...
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I Know that the sun will rise tomorrow morning
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  Couldn't this be counted as factual proof that the sun will rise tomorrow? During the past 16 years of my life, I have never encountered a day when the sun had not risen to welcome me for another, beautiful, granted day. Nor has any other human being, dead or alive. I think it is safe to say that life's processes, its patterns, this one anyway, will not change for another zillion years to come. Take note, I am not…...
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Kepler’s 3rd Law
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Johannes Kepler was a German astronomer who is best known for his three laws on planetary motion. He lived from 1571-1630, and his works all took place during the scientific revolution (Johannes Kepler). He was most famous for coming up with his three laws of planetary motion. His first law states that all planets move in an elliptical orbit with two foci, one of those foci being a star. His second law states that if one was to connect a line…...
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“Forbidden Planet” and “The Tempest”
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This paper compares and draws parallels between the "Forbidden Planet" and Shakespeare's "The Tempest" On first glance, Forbidden Planet can easily be seen to parallel many other works relating to technology, nature, or both. One of the most obvious parallels is, of course, to Shakespeare's The Tempest, the story of a man stranded on an island which he has single-handedly brought under his control through the use of magic. Indeed, the characters, plot, and lesson of Forbidden Planet mirror almost…...
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Space Exploration
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Introduction From the discovery of space, humans have been curious about exploring space. In the process of exploring the universe, we discover new things and explore new things. Therefore, the study of science is becoming more and more profound. In the process of exploring, people constantly improve their own technological level, which makes the development of science and technology more and more rapid and the technological level constantly improves. However, many people think exploring space would expose them to unknown…...
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Interstellar Celestial Body
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On October 19, 2017, such a celestial body was detected. But days after the closest point to the world. Because this object was moving too fast. It was moving so fast that it couldn't be from our solar system. An interstellar celestial body had been detected for the first time. This object, which is not known where it came from and where it went, was called me Oumuamua. In Hawaii, this means the word is 'explorer, ambassador, or vanguard'. US…...
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The Importance of Emotions in Learning
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As human beings, we are constantly exposed to significant knowledge that requires an in depth understanding. When a child grows up, understanding the ways of the world is a must however, at a young age not everything can be explained fully. Therefore, we are taught using explanations. Instinctively, emotions play a role in our understanding of knowledge and therefore explanations can vary. Giving a good answer to a 'Why?' question is not just a philosophical abstraction. An explanation has cognitive,…...
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WC2 Research essay
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UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTHERN CARIBBEANMARACAS ROYAL ROAD, MARACAS, ST. JOSEPH.A Research PaperAn AssignmentPresented in Partial Fulfillmentof the Requirements for the CourseHIST105: World Civilizations IIINSTRUCTOR Dr. Fiona RajkumarByChelsea Victor15 April 2019Approval······..The Enlightenment was seen as one of the most significant intellectual revolutions of western civilizations which eventually spread across the continent and the rest of the world by the seventeenth century. This Enlightenment was challenging the world's already existing concepts and assumptions. It is man leaving his own immaturity which would…...
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Solar System
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Ever since grade school you were taught that our solar system has nine planets. Sadly that is no longer the case; in 2006 astronomers have decided that Pluto no longer qualifies as a planet. Pluto is now considered a “Dwarf Planet” and has caused a lot of controversy among astronomers. A dwarf planet is not even considered to be a planet, and there are projected to be hundreds of them in our galaxy. Pluto is being demoted to what amounts…...
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How Earth Supports Life?
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Basically, Earth is not the only planet that supports life. In a broader sense, Earth is the only planet capable of supporting complex life forms. Other planets and their moons can sustain life such as that of bacteria but only the Earth can constitute evolution into more complex species. Major components that sustain life are water and oxygen and only Earth has an abundant supply of both. Futuristic views point to Mars as another planet which is capable of sustaining…...
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Save Our Planet
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We are very fortunate can enjoy everything on earth. Basic needs like water, air, natural resource and so on too perfect to be enjoyed. Behind this perfection, do we aware that we are slowly destroying our planet? We all want to protect our planet, but we're mostly too busy or too lazy to put up big change that would improve our lifestyle and save the environment. We could do many simple habits to implement in our everyday life which will…...
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Our Planet in Danger
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Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in the 18th century that started in England, the people during those times were already writing down the blueprint for a problem that the succeeding generations will have to face - the increasing problem of Carbon Dioxide emissions in our atmosphere. Carbon dioxide (C02) is released in tons, millions of tons everyday in every country – released from various factories and cars most especially. This buildup of toxic gases such as the carbon…...
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Venus (Research Paper)
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Venus is one of the most lovely and alluring heavenly body. It is much closer to Earth than any other worlds. Venus is a brilliant item in the night sky and often brighter than any other stars in the paradises. Only the Sun and the Moon outshines her. Like the remaining planets, Venus revolves around the Sun inside the solar orbit of the Earth. Thus, Venus can either be an early morning or evening star.1 Her name, Venus, comes from…...
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Surya the Sun God
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Surya is the important ancient Hindu Solar God. There are many hymns found in the Rig Veda which mention or honor Surya. The Rig Veda is a collection of more than a thousand hymns written between 1200 and 900 B.C. by people known as Aryans, who came to Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India from the Eurasian steppes to the north. The Rig Veda is one of the earliest known writings written in any Indo-European language. Hymn I.50 speaks to the Sun.…...
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Analysis of Planet of Weeds Article
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“There is a consensus among conscientious biologists that the world is headed to another mass extinction” — this is what David Quammen was trying to say in his article entitled the “Planet of Weeds”. The article discussed the different extinction events that occurred, with the K-T event or the Cretaceous mass extinction as the latest, wherein large land animals including the dinosaurs did not survive. The article argued that there is a sixth extinction event which is in progress at…...
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Save Our Planet – the Earth
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Our planet is in great danger. For the last one hundred or so years, the people of earth have wasted and misused the natural resources of earth. Several plans have been developed to stop the abuse of earth. Some of these plans I will discuss in this essay, many of which can be executed by any one. Environmental problems have become so complex that many individuals feel they can have no effect on them. Problems like oil spills, hazardous waste,…...
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Living on Another Planet
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For my professional organization I chose NASA because they are the U. S. government agency that is spearheading the Kepler Project that actually found the planet Kepler 22b that so closely resembles Earth. NASA was founded in 1958 and their headquarters are located in Washington D.C. NASA’s mission statement is “To reach for new heights and reveal the unknown so that what we do and learn will benefit all humankind.” (Wilson, 2011) The services provided by NASA are scientific research,…...
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Planet Mercury
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Our solar system consists of the sun and nine planets. Mercury is the closest planet to the sun. Mercury was named after the Roman God of Commerce and Thievery. It might have gotten its name because of the way it quickly appears and disappears from Earth's view. Mercury is the second smallest planet in the solar system; Pluto is the only planet that is smaller. Earth's diameter is about 7,200, while tiny Mercury has less than half of that size,…...
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My Analysis of World Wildlife Foundation Ad
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I chose this World Wildlife Foundation advertisement because the simple straightforward meaning behind it has such a huge impact on our environment of using too much of the worlds resources for our conveniences. In this advertisement there is a paper towel dispenser filled with green paper towels in a white dispenser with the words “Save Paper, Save the Planet” next to the World Wildlife Foundations logo of a panda on the top. In the center of the paper towel dispenser…...
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Respecting the environment
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Respected Principal and teachers, my dear friends. Assalaam alaikum Today I am going to talk about ‘Respecting the environment’. When we talk about the environment we mean everything in the world around us that surrounds and affects all life on earth, including the air, food chains, the water cycle, plants, animals and other humans. The oxygen we breathe comes from our environment, We get water from the rain which fills our wells and sea, We get food from the plants,…...
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How Earth Supports Life?
...On the other hand, if the pull of gravity was less, oxygen would escape from the atmosphere which would make it impossible to sustain life. The planet's rotation period is also perfect otherwise; plant life would not be able to survive (A Planet Perf...

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