In his Challenger speech, President Reagan persuaded the American public to continue to support the space program through his appeal to traditional American values of exploration and discovery, national pride, and national unity. The Challenger Disaster was without question a tragedy. Reagan acknowledged this but in his speech he declared that risk (and by insinuation, the tragedy that can come out of that risk) was a necessary evil to further
John F. Kennedy in his inaugural speech addresses to America, USSR, and to the nation. He sets the tone for his presidency by being stern, inspiring, and engaging. He states that if we all come together we can end tyranny, poverty, disease and war itself. Kennedy establishes his vision for the United States. He begins his inaugural speech by using parallelism to emphasize the importance of his victory in the presidential race.
John F. Kennedy addressed the country as President for the first time on January 20, 1961, keeping the audience thinking about the future of the United States, but the future of other countries as well. In this Inaugural Address, Kennedy uses antithesis to set up a way of thinking that has to be broken down in order to fully understand what the point is, which is bettering our country as well as others. John F. Kennedy appeals the country through antithesis in his Inaugural Address by engaging the U.S. citizens to think about branching out to help other countries as well as improving the United States. Kennedy has many valid points on branching out of the United States to help those in other countries. Although, Kennedy gets his audience, Americans, engaged through antithesis, “Support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty.” Kennedy switched up the words in his speech to get the audience thinking positively about supporting those who want the help of the United States.
Presidents John Fitzgerald Kennedy * 1961-1963 * * Domestic policy- Introduced the “New Frontier” in his presidential acceptance speech. His policy of the new frontier included the ideas of progressivism. Ideas included but not limited to Anti-racism, civil rights, economic progression, technological progression, women’s suffrage, labor rights much more. * Foreign policy- Kennedy supported the idea of containment and depressing the communist threat. Interfered with countries with the issues of communism.
When we landed on the moon it created a rehabilitated sense of patriotism in Americans, and that is what Krauthammer is striving for. That feeling of “wonder” and “glory” that we Americans have left behind in the last few decades. He is pushing us to realize we should not be content with mediocrity and we should strive as a country to learn everything we can about any subject possible, and open grand new possibilities for ourselves. Some of these possibilities may be a space station on the moon. It may be impractical , but most everyone loves seeing new exotic views, and nothing can be more bizarre than taking an outside look at your home planet.
This is vital for the future. “NASA has a plan to send humans deeper into space than ever before.” The space station is the first step as it will guide us ready for the journey ahead. The international Space Station with reference to its role in future space exploration and our increased understanding of the universe is that it educates our future generations of scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians in a global effort. It carries out many experiments to improve life in space and also helps humans make a better living by informing them of their surroundings (weather, etc.) more accurately.
Along with the tangible contributions that NASA has given, it has also added many intangibles that have changed the way people think about the universe and life itself. From acne treatments to food supplements, NASA has directly and indirectly revolutionized the way Americans live forever. It is in the best interest of the United States for NASA to continue to receive federal funding and it should not be disbanded because it has given birth to several important technological advances, it has helped us learn more about our universe and other planets, and it may someday lead us to the colonization of other planets. The first major area that NASA has had an impact on is the medical field. Since the health of those in outer space is a top priority, NASA has had many of its astronaut technologies transformed to be used in other ways, such as sports safety.
Do we spend too much money for this research To understand life on Earth we must first understand the space. Space research is needed to learn about life on Earth. Space research has helped us to realize why there are seasons, why there is day and night, and many other things in the past, how planets form, what are the stars and many other things that represent the universe. Science has come a long way, and mankind will make sure more important discoveries. The space research helps us learn more about a subject that we do not know much now: time.
During the Kennedy administration, saline water conversion was a high priority technology goal-"go to the moon and make the desert bloom" was the slogan. Supported by federal and state funding, a number of researchers quickly advanced the science and technology of sea water conversion, but UCLA made a significant breakthrough in 1959 and became the first to demonstrate a practical process known as reverse osmosis (RO). At that time, Samuel Yuster and two of his students, Sidney Loeb and Srinivasa Sourirajan, produced a functional synthetic RO membrane from cellulose
There also was many new ideas about the universe and the way objects move in on earth and in space. There was groups of people that was affected by the ideas of The Enlightenment. The Enlightenment was helped spread by Sir Isaac Newton by the way he describe how people and objects stay on Earth and how when they jump they come back down to Earth. This new idea was called gravity. There was also the way he describe his studies by proof by experiment and that dealt mostly with light.