Monthly Archives: February 2011

Earth likes you just the way you are Sun

Both the first and second time I viewed “Sunshine” I was entertained by how psychologically thrilling it was. I also appreciated the depictions of what life was like under extreme conditions in the outer universe. I would assume that if … Continue reading

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Dear Sun <3

  Dear Sun, First off, hello. Let me open my letter with a thank you. Thank you for always being there for us. You provide us with Vitamin D which fuels many of our body functions, along with serotonin allowing … Continue reading

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Hope of the World

I have always loved movies that can depict the future with some realism. “Children of Men” as well as another favorite, “The Road,” portray earth as a dark, dirty, barren land barely inhabited by humans after post apocalyptic war. The … Continue reading

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Sunshine and Discovery

In relation to the movie Sunshine we watched, space travel and orbit is always an interesting topic to man. In the news, they just launched the final mission of the spaceship Discovery. By the time this voyage ends, it will … Continue reading

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Psychology in “Sunshine,” Part II

I was so interested in the topic of the psychological aspects of long space missions that I decided to do a little more research to find real-world examples, and see if it as much of an issue as it is … Continue reading

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Psychology in “Sunshine”

After watching the film “Sunshine,” I was astounded!  Finally, a non-corny Sci-fi movie with graphics that are semi-believable.  Not only do I think that the film’s visuals were legitimate, but the portrayal of the characters and inter-personal interactions on the … Continue reading

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Response to “Reel Reality: Science Consultants in Hollywood”

When I first glanced at this article, I assumed it was going to be fairly similar to the other two articles on Moodle other than it being considerably longer. But, I was surprised by just how much I did learn … Continue reading

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