You know that time your friend told your little secret well this secret is a lot bigger. So half of America could not keep a secret that big. Some people say that the film used in the camera on the Moon should have melted but scientist could have used a cover for it. If the astronauts made it to Moon and they didn’t melt, then the material used for their suit could have been used to make a cover for the film. The people who don’t believe the landings were real, think the radiation ring around the Moon is too strong for astronauts to survive.
In The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury, the most overarching theme portrayed is that there is danger in ignorance. Bradbury demonstrates this theme in his use of characters like Mr. Xxx, Spender, and Captain Wilder. The characters all have a veiled view of their reality which they are lead to believe things that are not morally right. The actions taken by these characters shows the passions of humanity in its simplest form. Bradbury also makes hidden references to actual events that perpetrated the same ignorance.
It allows humans to stay skeptical of the things they see and to always be wary, which is why people always question whether what happened is real or a hoax. While this may be true, there comes a point when conspiracy theories go overboard and individuals are unable to accept any other theory but theirs. In 1969, NASA released photographs from their Apollo 11 moon landing. Said photos gave proof that not only the moon landings real, moreover the moon landings could not have been faked with the available technology in 1969. Speaking of the photographs released by NASA, there were photos with no stars and there were also photos with parallel sun rays with no diffusion.
Secondly, humans were made to live on earth and nowhere else. According to source 4, it says that there is a great deal of health hazards. For example the sample stats that "bones and muscles get weaker", which means that by the time we get to Mars, it would be harder to survive because we would be too weak to work. It also says in source 5 that "this magnetic field helps protect life on Earth from deadly forms of space radiation". This means that it 's not a good idea to leave Earths atmosphere because your could get exposed to deadly radiation.
You threw Copernicus in jail for heresy since you can’t accept that he proved a fairly acceptable thesis to prove that you shouldn’t believe everything that was passed down form generation from generation.What if people were to believe that there 's no god since it’s been brought down from generations ago.Yes,you may have an opinion on something that may seem true to you,but you have to be able to say that you were wrong,and this will prove that your action shall not be tolerated. The Sun is in the middle of the solar system.Copernicus made the discovery of proving Aristotle wrong by proving that the Earth isn’t in the middle of the Earth.To be fair,it seems kind of atrocious but old subjects aren’t the reliable source to believe in.What if people believed that there’s no God since that was information that was passed down.That’s why the people should believe in Copernicus’s theory.
The Martian and Frankenstein are two completely fictional creations, created in completely different societies during different eras to teach lessons on the limitations of the human application of science and the two different sides to ethics. Mark Shelley’s novel, Frankenstein, incorporates recent technological developments during her time period with a fictional story in order to caution readers of the potential ethical limitations in a rapidly advancing scientific world. The Martian expands on these limitations as NASA does whatever it takes to acquire data on Mars and, subsequently, bring home an astronaut that was presumed to be dead. Both Frankenstein and The Martian offer similar scenarios of a ‘monster’ created by science, but conclude
The conflict was fueled by letting themselves destroy one another as well as Zemo’s plan to destroy themselves one by one. There are times when people made a simple mistake not knowing what it do to the folks around them. Iron Man’s confidence was lessened when an individual confront with him about the consequences
The reason is we don’t know what danger variables are be located. My opinion is that we should send humans to mars, because this project is valuable even if we success or fail on this experiment. Other people may think that it is dangerous. From DBRIERS they said, “There are also the effects that microgravity have on the human body. Anyone traveling to Mars
If someone infuriated you for what they’ve done, would you destroy their possessions? Sometimes it’s better if you understand what someone is going through instead of being an persecutor, or causing great damage to one’s property. What you see from the outside of a person is not who they are in the inside. “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view - until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” (Page 39) In To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee uses three different literary elements to convey the theme that Everyone makes mistakes, no one is perfect. In this theme, Harper Lee uses these three literary elements: Character, Symbolism, and Tone.
Mann acts much more selfishly and not in accordance with a traditional notion of bravery. While Mann was one of the first people to bravely go through the film’s wormhole to seek out planets, his major mistake was in firing off his beacon to get the others to pick him up, all while knowing that his planet would not solve Earth’s problems. This decision, and his choice to murder some of the crew of the spaceship Endurance for his own safety, is the very definition of cowardice. While Mann justifies his actions by saying “This is not about my life, or Cooper’s life. This about all mankind,” Matt Damon’s performance and the film to that point suggests this is an ethical smokescreen he uses to assuage his guilt over the inhumane actions he is taking.