The scarlet fever is an infection that can develop inside people who have strep throat. The infection is caused by group A streptococcus bacteria, which are the same bacteria that cause strep throat. These bacteria produce a toxin, or poison, that causes a bright red rash on the body. The scarlet-colored rash is what gives scarlet fever its name. Aside from the rash, people with scarlet fever usually have a high fever and sore throat.
Interstellar is a science fiction movie that focuses on space travel to save humanity from a dying Earth. In the beginning of the movie we are shown that there is something wrong with climate based on all of the dust storms and dying crops. Although Interstellar does a decent job at showing us that climate change is occurring, the movie actually lacks important aspects of climate change such as explanations and realistic solutions, therefore Interstellar does a terrible job at explaining climate change. In order to show you that Interstellar does a poor job at defining climate change I will explore different aspects of the movie and of climate change. Although change in climate is made somewhat clear in the movie because of the dust storms and the farmers having to burn down their crops, what actually made the farmers lose their crops is
In the novel, we are told the there is a “patient zero” who is a young boy who is thought to be the original infected person. In the film, we learn that the plague was introduced by a doctor, but only to a specific part, which was a military base. In the film, there is mention of the same separation in Jerusalem, of the uninfected Jews, but we do not get as much global information as we do in the novel. I think that the reason for this, was to give the movie an action vibe, as opposed to making it a cluster of interviews like the book did. If the film had followed the same foundation as the novel, I think it would have become more about the sort of ‘history lesson’ as opposed to the actual zombie threat.
However, it is a sobering fact to realize that the unfortunate reason for the human race to abandon the mother Earth and move to another planet is due to the risks caused by our own mutilation of nature whether it is by global warming or famine or nuclear threats. Let’s imagine a hypothetical situation in which a 10 kilometer large diamond asteroid-much larger than the one that hit Russia many years ago but close to it smashes into the subcontinent. It wouldn’t just destroy India or Pakistan instead would form huge sockets in the
How did Scarlet Fever affect US in 1900s Scarlet Fever affected the U.S in the 1900s and was caused by a bacteria that spread to form rashes that affected children and sometimes ending in death. The treatment was really dangerous. They didn’t have the treatments we do today, that 's why a lot of people were killed. Scarlet fever is one the most dangerous infections of the 1900s. To began with, “Scarlet Fever is also called Scarlatina and it is an infectious disease.
At the age of 16, they aren 't really wooried about the presidental election to vote. The diffrence of age 16 and 18, is a big thing because, you can become a whole diffrent person within that two year span. Citizens at the age of 16, dont understand the consequences of their vote and what can happen to our country if the wrong president is elected. When your 16, you really show no interest in voting anyhow.
However, climate change is usually the ultimate blame of extinction. Martin argues that in the Quaternary period 's earlier stages, with immense climate changes, extinction was not identified. Organisms lived alongside climate changes. Similarly, others also argue against Martin asserting that human migration does not impact
Introduction Ever wanted to know what an extra body part or limb, like fingers and toes in our world a person like that would get treated better and have right than if someone in the world, where it was a post-apocalyptic world of the “Chrysalids” where you would get no rights if you were to live there and get out casted. The main character is a little kid named David. The title of this book is “The Chrysalids” and the author of this book is John Wyndham and the chrysalids is a post-apocalyptic world that probably was formed at a nuclear war which made a lot of the land unusable but live able land (The Fringes) but the land that has taken the most damage is the bad lands the area that is good and use able is the area that Waknuk where is farm able an can sustain life of the religious people who believe in god and in purity and no deviations in people, crops and livestock, to get rid of deviational people they either kill them or exile them, for crops they just burn them and livestock they just kill them but they do not eat deviational livestock and or crops. Blind Acceptance (Example # 1) In this book the chrysalids there are many moments where there are blind acceptance of tradition one of them is even if one plant of the crop is deviational they would burn the whole field of crops and there goes there time and effort of taking care of
Even though it is something that had been happening for many years, I feel like it was “ignored” until Hitler arrived. He brought together countries that were fighting one another during World War I, so they can defeat him. He took dictatorship and communist to another level, allowing people to see it on a different spectrum. Hitler ultimately paved a way for politics and how countries
Shouldn’t something more durable like a golden crown or an iron sword be able to survive after hundreds of years? The problem is that all of those years allowed for the more durable materials to be to melted down and recycled into other objects. Meanwhile, pottery cannot be recycled – after it has been created, that’s all it will ever be used for. Whether it finds its way into a landfill
With this in mind it is possible some missed the transfiguration because they were not ready to receive it. Van Wagoner hypothesizes that this legend of an actual transformation formulated over time; referencing the lack of transfiguration stories until years afterward. However, as we have shown so far, due to the miracle’s sacredness, the situation, and the incredible confirmation by over one hundred witnesses, this event cannot be explained as a myth that was constructed over time. Rather, due to its sacredness the bulk of accounts were written later
Strangelove is a satirical comedy representing the fears people had during the Cold War. People assumed that with all the nuclear weapons at the time, the world would come to an end. It satirized peoples fear of what could happen. Although, only the president is able to issue orders to start a war, it shows the peoples fear that what if any other officer in the army was able to make an order such as this. All it would take was one person whose mind wasn’t perfect; all it would take was on mentally ill person for the world to come to a possible end.
They used nuclear weapons to fight with in the Cold War such as the AN-22 gravity bomb and ASMP attack missile. At the end of the war both of the counties lost the United States and the Soviet Union. One reason the Cold War started was because the United States policy threatened the Soviet Union. After WWII, Both countries the United States and the Soviet Union were known as superpowers which means both superpowers never declare war on each other. Both superpowers had very different fundamental political and economic systems.