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This was not the case, in various videos and pictures from the landing, shadows are clearly seen in many different directions. 3. Van Allen radiation belt. En route to the moon the astronauts would have to travel through the Van Allen radiation belt. Theorists claim that the extremely high levels of radiation would have cooked the astronauts if they had gone through it.
Bruce Mazlish and Steven Feierman are not happy historians. Both, in their articles “Comparing World to Global History” and “ The Dissoultion of World History”, present arguments regarding how the current form of recording history is no longer adequate to our ever more global community of today. The difference between the directions they take however is huge. Mazlish presents his arguments by defining the terms World and Global History then explaining why Global History, the new way, is the better way. Feierman similarly defines World History as the old way and Global as the new way but that is about as much as he explains them.
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Have you ever looked up to the sky at night, gazed at the stars or planets and wondered if they might be able to support life? This stirs up the question: Is there extra-terrestrial life in the universe? Primitive caveman 30,000 years ago might have been the earliest to wonder this timeworn question, since pictures and drawings of celestial bodies have been found and studied in their caves. Today, this question is still considered by many, especially astronomers and scientists. Through technology, they are able to study the question more efficiently and try to arrive at a conclusion.