In this dissertation the effects the moon has on people and some possibilities that could happen on the moon will be discussed and explained. The effects that will be talked about, are more about the mental effects than the physical effects. I’ve always wondered if we could have a farm on the moon, or what would happen if there was no moon, so the possibilities that will be brought up are more like different proposals. Does the full moon really cause odd behavior? According to The article, “Lunacy and The Full Moon” by Hal Arkowitz, and Scott O. Lilienfeld, Greek philosopher Aristotle and the Roman historian Pliny the Elder, both suggested that since the brain is the “moistest” organ in the body, it would lead to the moon affecting our body, like it would with the tides.
Edmond Rostand reflects Cyrano’s intent through his language. He does this to allow the reader to infer that Cyrano will eventually win Roxane’s love because of his uniqueness. In Act III, Cyrano exclaims: I fell from the moon! (Rostand, 140). The moon symbolizes Cyrano’s creativity and uniqueness and in the 1640s, the moon was considered unattainable.
Some may say the U.S. could have bribed them so they wouldn’t expose the U.S., but if the U.S. had the money to bribe them, why couldn’t they use that money on building a rocket. The Soviet Union and Japan could easily prove that the landing was real because they tracked it. Why would the Soviet Union lie about Apollo 11, when they could expose the U.S. and be the first country to actually get a man on the moon? In 2009, 40 years after the moon landing, pictures were taken of where the Lunar Buggy was on the moon. These pictures can prove that the U.S. did land on the moon.
It seems that there are three main points in this section, including The Watergate Scandal, escalating the Vietnam War and the slight rise and huge fall of us return. During the election of 1968, the republican party felt as if they had no choose but let Richard Nixon return and try again as president. Nixon made a huge promise to end the Vietnam war so he was elected as the president again. Nixon started off with two positives which were the Woodstock festival did not turn into a bloodbath and the celebration of the first man on the moon. I found it very funny how Nixon thought it was best to escalated the war instead of making it smaller.
Even though he didn’t invent the telescope, he was the first person to use the optical instrument to systematically study space. He also improved the telescope by learning about the device, and in the fall of 1609, he pointed it at the moon, and he discovered that it had craters and mountains. He invented an improved the telescope that let him observe the moons of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, the phases of Venus, sunspots, and lunar surface. He also found out that Jupiter had moons. His discoveries disturbed the catholic church, but he preserved through the consequences, and now is a famous person in history.
Kubrick’s two particular films were the cause for aroused suspicion in the conspiracy theorists community, “2001: the Space Odyssey” (which was released a year before the moon landing) and “The Shining”. The former was evidence that the technology to fake such footage was possible by use of impressive visual manipulation and the latter was claimed to be riddled with hints. These subtle clues of an apollo jumper of one of the main character 's attire; the original 217 number changed to 237 which was reasoned by hoaxists as 237,000 being the average distance to the moon; and the repeated quote “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” being used to work in an Apollo 11 acronym (A11). In any reasonably logical person, these would not be acceptable evidence for a theory yet these ludicrous ideas have been employed by conspiracy theorists. Conspiracy theorists fail to understand the concept of coincidence or the possibility of a mischievous personality with the goal of increasing
On July 20, 1969, astronaut Neil Armstrong walked on the moon: or perhaps not. That is what some people think. They believe the "Moon Landings" were faked, in order to cheat the public out of billions of dollars and so that we could win the space race against the Soviet Union. According to conspiracy theorists, the scientists at N.A.S.A. realized during the Apollo missions that either is was technically impossible to reach the Moon ir that it cost too much.
Court-Packing Plan Predicament War Throughout the years, mankind has helped its people to the best of its ability; however, the things that people do for others are not necessary the right choice for everyone involved. After the fall of the “Roaring Twenties,” the Great Depression came forward bringing troubles for America economically, politically, and socially. After President Herbert Hoover left office, the American people developed a sense of hope as President Franklin Delano Roosevelt embarked on coming up with programs that would help America; This plan was named “FDR’s New Deal which brought about a new era: The New Deal Era. After having some articles fail to pass, President Roosevelt had a plan for the Supreme Court that soon had effects of distraught and anger on the American people. This was known as the Court-Packing Plan incident.
Roosevelt was re-elected president of the United States (first time elected) in 1904 partly to break up trusts and monopolies. The public was outraged for decades by the ways trusts and monopolies were cheating in business. Roosevelt felt that the US government was responsible for the falls of many legitimate businesses, because they failed to prosecute trusts and monopolies (Roosevelt 222). As president, Roosevelt pledged to protect small businesses and sue monopolies and trusts by implementing the Sherman Antitrust Act to restore honest commerce and labor conditions. Railroad discrimination continued to exist when Roosevelt came into the presidency after President Mckinley’s assassination.
Roosevelt assails Hoover for claiming credit for prosperity while disclaiming responsibility for the Depression. Hoover blamed the Depression on foreigners instead of their shortsighted economic policies, and for being airily optimistic instead of doing what needed done. Roosevelt 's campaign speech in Columbus, Ohio addressed the United States and the American voting population. He remembers Washington 's statement on who was to blame for the Depression, saying “The Depression has been deepened by events from abroad which are beyond the control either of our citizens or our Government.” Roosevelt reacts to this by calling it a major excuse, one that Hoover still believes in. Major countries collapsed after our lending to them, and the stock market bubble burst right here in the United States.