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Star Wars Vs Trek
822 wordsThesis: Star Trek and Star Wars each posses similar and different general concepts, Throughout the past two decades, two science fiction cult classics have rivaled each other. Both have strong followings of loyal fans that live and breath these classic tales. Lunch boxes, t-shirts, masks, bed sheets, and figurines are only some of the merchandising offspring of these two epic films. Star Wars and Star Trek certainly share many similarities being the benchmarks for the genre of science fiction mo...
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Star Trek Ha Ha
1,407 words... entry did a musical album entitled "Old Yellow Eyes Is Back. " The title parodies Frank Sinatra ("Old Blue Eyes") and the character Spider plays; he dons yellow contact lenses as part of his android costume. One of the songs on the album features his fellow co-stars as backup singers. A final note belongs to Wil Wheaton, who plays Ensign Wesley Crusher (and son to Dr. Crusher, the ship's doctor) on The Next Generation. He had already acquired some semblance of fame as the lead in the flick S...
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Media Violence Tv Violence
885 wordsThere are many problems in linking media violence with violence in society. First, only a small percent of those who watch violence are responsible for violent acts. Most of us are seemingly unaffected by it. Even though we can't establish a simple, direct, cause and effect relationship between media violence and violence in our society, we can draw some conclusions from the data. Studies show that people who watch a lot of TV violence not only behave more aggressively, but are more prone to hol...
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Comic Relief Greek Mythology
1,366 wordsThe Trickster Karl Jung's explanation for the archetypes that surface in cultural and religious literature is that they are the product of what he calls the collective unconsciousness. That thread of consciousness that connects all human beings and cultures around the world. Yet it is not visible to the naked eye, one must look for the signs of it by researching cultures who are long gone and comparing them to each other and our own. Studying it reminds us that all humans are bound together by a...
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Tao Te Ching Star Trek
641 wordsTaoism: Action Versus Inaction The Star Trek The Next Generation episode: Booby Trap shows a perfect example of Taoist thought. The crew of the Enterprise is always taking some action in order to achieve a specific goal. This episode shows that through inaction you can sometimes achieve far more than you could through action. The mind of the physical senses cannot grasp the concepts of the unnameable. The crew of the Enterprise learn a valuable lesson on the nature of decision making and how to ...
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Star Trek Good Example
333 wordsIn the episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation entitled Darmok, which we saw in class this Friday, we saw what impact two cultures could make upon each other. The episode begins with the Enterprise coming out to greet a new race of people, the Tamarians, who are difficult to communicate with because their language has not been figured out. The crew of the Enterprises mission is to try to communicate with the Tamarians and possibly get a treaty signed. The Episode Darmok shows us a tension betw...
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Star Trek Social Norms
508 wordsWhat Does It Mean To Be Human? To be human, is to be involved in social and cultural interactions that shape our personality. Our culture is formed from our social interactions, and our social lifes continuation depends on our culture. As Charlie demonstrates in the Star Trek episode Charlie X, if you do not have social interaction and cultural ideas, values, and rules developed from a society, then you will not form a proper self-image, and conscience. Charles Evans, was the only survivor of a ...
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Access To The Internet Chat Rooms
2,399 wordsBeam me up, Scottie. This popular line from Star Trek was a demonstration of the advanced technology of the future. Though it was a fictional story, Star Trek became the universal vision of the future. As always reality tends to mimic fiction. Though our society has not quite resulted to living in space, we have made life easier with technology. Economic survival has become more dependent upon information and communications bringing forth new technology of which was never thought possible. Just ...
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