For my reading I chose lines 170-180 in Othello Act 3, scene 3. This is where Iago is speaking to Othello about how he shouldn’t take Casios actions as an issue and Iago is often going to deeply into
Act 3 scene 3 in Othello is where things really start to get exciting as Iago begins to plant the seeds of jealousy in Othello. During this scene Iago and Othello have a lot of dialogue where Iago brings about his
After Apollo 17, the last manned mission to the moon in 1972, left to come back to Earth, people seemed to check it off their list. The moon hadn’t showed us too much excitement and the next great challenge was
Radiation is everywhere! Lucky for us the Earth’s magnetic field protects people on the planet from this radiation by trapping the particles in radiation belts that surround the globe. These areas in space are1 Comment
With the list of unexplored places on Earth growing smaller and smaller everyday, the odds of us finding new evidence pointing to our planet’s origins decreases. Surprisingly we could look to the stars to learn4 Comments
Hey Charlie! This is pretty freaking cool! I never would have thought that the moon could be key in learning about the history of the Earth. With the constant shift of focus on our astral bodies with each president in America that you mentioned in a previous post, I somewhat doubt we’ll be able to accomplish much on the actual exploration of this idea for quite some time. Even so, I’m sure with increasing understanding and research we will be able to do more with this in the future, preferably sooner rather than later. I can’t wait to see where you went with this!
This post is awesome. I did some research on panspermia for the astronomy poster for physics that we had to do, and found some very cool data analytics. While looking online relating to this subject, I found that there is a solar system containing about 6 or 7 planets that are extremely close to each other. The article further describes how life can possibly move quickly in time, jumping from one planet to another. The equations in the article look crazy but after reading about them, they were essentially theories on how organisms travel through space and how many different probability outcomes of organisms landing on planets there could be. Towards the end of the article, the equations started to get more theory oriented. Also, there was the brief mention to Abiogenesis, but the article essentially said it was too complicated to address in this publication. This is the link if your interested, https://arxiv.org/pdf/1703.00878.pdf. I thought it was really cool about how we could find more about our past on the moon too. Thanks for the post.
I am very intrigued by your article because it involves space and the greater world around us. I’ve always had a special interest in the world around us and like that you wrote such an insightful article about it.One thing you said that stands out for me is: “It is possible that the moon’s surface holds an unprecedented fossil record of life on Earth or from our surrounding planets.” I think this is interesting, because this would give us a chance to explore our surroundings. Your article reminds me of something that happened to me. One time I was taking a test, and there was this article that was discussing whether life could exist in the Arctic lakes. In there, they conducted research on one of Jupiter’s moons in a similar fashion and found that there is a possibility for life to exist. This just leads to show that the Earth is just as connected and important as the rest of the Solar System. Thanks for your project. I look forward to seeing what you write next because this article was very well-written.
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