Darth Vader traps Han, Leia, Chewy and the two droids as bait for Luke to come. The reward is when Luke gets away from Darth in the battle, he saves his friends and they all get reunited. The road back is when they discover that a new Death Star is in the process of being built.The Rebels find the location of it, orbiting the planet Endor. It is not functional and the Rebels use this as an advantage in attempt to down the protective force field. They go into two groups, one led by Han to take down the force field on the planet and the other with Lando to attack from space.
These two items have many similarities and many different, but here are a few of the similarities. In the movie Star Wars Luke Skywalker meets his two sidekicks named CP3O and R2D2. CP3O and R2D2 come from a space shuttle, with the princess named Leia, who is trying to save planets from the Deathstar. The Deathstar is the evil force headed by Darth Vader. CP3PO and R2D2 escape from the Deathstar and land on the planet where Luke is and the three team up and go out and explore.
Does other life exist in the universe outside of humans? Are humans meant to leave Earth in the first place and discover these other life forms? “The Sentinel” explores some of this and really asks questions about life in space and if humans are the most advanced species or if they are merely just pawns in a larger game. Arthur C. Clarks “The Sentinel” uses symbols, characters, and science fiction theories to show humans leaving the cradle of Earth in order to reach a higher level of ascension and explore the great vastness of space and those that inhabit it. “The Sentinel” follows the travels of an astronaut geologist, or selenologist, named Wilson.
President James Dale of the United States and his right-hand man, Jerry Ross discover that an army of Martian UFOs are hovering around the Earth, and everyone has a different response. Some, like Texan alcohol dealer Art Land and slimy newsman Jason Black, just want to make a profit out of it. Others, such as TV hostess Nathalie Lake, Land's spiritualist wife Barbara, and the Southern-like Norris family, are excited, and some,
Identify the ideas and works of the following Enlightenment thinkers: 1. Discuss the contrasting ideas of Hobbes and Rousseau According to the video “Enlightenment Thinkers”,Thomas Hobbes believed man is naturally evil and therefore needs an absolute monarch to govern and make choices for them (Mr. Byrd). “Enlightenment Thinkers” also mentions how Rousseau held that a social contract exists between the people and the government where the government should protect the people’s rights, once government oversteps its boundaries the people have the right to rebel (Mr. Byrd). 2. How did Locke's ideas influenced the American Revolution?
They have used all their influential power and fame and what not to lie to us and keep us from the truth. Alien abductions have happened since ancient times. Ancient hieroglyphs have shown that aliens, or as they thought gods, have taken their sacrifices of people to some faraway land, space. These have been shown in many cultures and civilizations along with depictions of aliens, sculptures, and altars to their so-called
Thomas Jefferson and Niccolo Machiavelli both believe that the actions of the people shape the characteristics of the ruler and define the type of authority that will be held towards the people. Machiavelli, the first great political philosopher of the Renaissance, argues all men are untrustworthy due to their selfish, self-interested and impulsive ways of life in his writing, The Morals of the Prince, and therefore, to keep the people under control the ruler must be prepared to be cruel and instill fear among the people. Opposing Machiavelli is Jefferson. In The Declaration of Independence Jefferson believes people can be trusted since they have the ability to make their own decisions. Whereas Machiavelli supports tyranny, Jefferson believes
James McPherson’s collection of essays discusses the claims for and against Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War as revolutionary. McPherson holds that both of the aforementioned subjects are revolutionary in nature. The Civil War, he suggests when it is not being looked at through “presentism” is by nature a social and political revolution. Abraham Lincoln, he explains, is a conservative revolutionary; Lincoln’s purpose was always to preserve the union through whichever means presented them as necessary including abolitionism. McPherson explains how the war was revolutionary by dissecting Lincoln’s Presidency in regards to his actions and seemingly contradictory ideologies that led him to the emancipation, unconditional surrender, and constitutional
The essence of John J. Mearsheimer’s “Anarchy and the Struggle for Power” relies on the argument that great powers have been and will continue to be in a perpetual struggle for dominance. Mearsheimer conveys that the need hegemony is not only omnipresent but also inescapable. His rationale is delineated through five assumptions: 1. International order does not exist with anarchy. For Mearsheimer, this is the very basis of realistic thinking and in turn equates international order to anarchy. 2.