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    Personal Space

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    Personal Space A personal space is a place where one can go to be alone‚ it is a place that one knows like the back of their hand‚ and it is a place where many memories are made‚ some are trivial‚ some are heartfelt. A personal space is defined as “The physical space immediately surrounding someone‚ into which any encroachment feels threatening to or uncomfortable for them.” (dictionary.com) My personal space is my car. It is a very intimate‚ meaningful space in which I have made many fond memories

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    Space and Place

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    Most of us have a sense of and curiosity about the places and spaces around us. Think‚ for example‚ of the place you call home. You are probably familiar enough with its streets and buildings and landscapes and with the people who inhabit these spaces‚ to make connections among them-you know how to “read” the place. There are many other places‚ however‚ where this is not the case. Most of you have had the experience of going somewhere new‚ where it is difficult to find your way around. You might

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    called‚ personal space. This is one of the most important characteristics that human beings‚ use to interact and bond with other people‚ but everyone’s personal space is different‚ and being aware of this is vital for establishing good relationships among people. According to Oxford Dictionary (2004)‚ personal space could be define as “the physical space immediately surrounding someone‚ into which any encroachment feels threatening to or uncomfortable for them”. Personal space depends on multiple

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    Space

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    Whooshhh! Space exploration has many meanings to me. It means improved life on Planet Earth. It can help with saving energy‚ using our phones‚ and even predicting the weather! There are lots of meanings to space exploration and they all help us get through the day. Get Ready for lift off! We can rely on the weather reports updated on an hourly basis. The accurate weather forecast is possible only because of the satellites in the space. It’s easy to predict natural calamities such as floods‚ storms

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    Lynda Nwankwo Humanities 101-011 11/9/2012 SPACE DEFINING ARCHITECTURE An average population of the world views space and structure through the visual elements provided. Brick‚ tree‚ corridor‚ door‚ window‚ trim and carpet are only a few of these visual elements. All of the elements combine to allow us to experience a space. These experiences should be the designer’s goal when conceiving the space in question. Some spaces are created to encourage social interaction while others are designed to

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    Space Exploration

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    happen again. This isn’t something that should be overlooked or cast aside. We simply need more funding for research and development of space exploration tools. With said funding‚ we will be able to advance our knowledge and understand of the universe‚ protect the Earth from potential meteor threats‚ and continue to advance our species potential for existence. Space exploration is vital in gaining knowledge of our environment‚ world‚ and the universe in which we live. In addition‚ we should also allow

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    Material & Immaterial Space The concept of space has massively changed since the evolution of mankind. Spaces that were defined by material‚ culture‚ context and climate have now been redefined by other factors such as technology and new invincible forces. Based on Jonathan Hill’s Immaterial Architecture‚ the book that traces the changing science of space and the forces that define it‚ i.e.-material aspect (presence of matter) and the immaterial aspect (absence of matter)‚ this paper also

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    Space

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    Space exploration and the space program in general‚ have been an important part of our past successes as a country. Today‚ as our government looks at budget reduction and cost cutting measures‚ the space program is being scrutinized more than ever. Should the space program be cut or should it be reinvented? To fully understand why the space program is so controversial‚ one must first understand where the space program began. Shortly after the end of World War II (1939-45)‚ the U.S. and the

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    Have you ever wondered why is there so much "empty space" in space if there are no other intelligent beings we can communicate with? If this would be true‚ the whole universe would be a complete waste since humans will never be able to explore not one percent of it. Also‚ there is so much evidence about aliens‚ so many sightings and encounters that it is very hard to disprove them all. If the theory of evolution is taken into consideration‚ the possibilities of intelligent life forming only on Earth

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    Outer Space

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    The 21st century witnesses the flourishing of space science and technology. More and more countries have come to realize the need for international cooperation to explore outer space‚ even though considering the complexity‚ high cost and tremendous risk involved in outer space activities. The human world and outer space are now increasingly inseparable. The use of outer space has formulated a major part of our lives‚ such using outer space for telecommunications‚ navigation‚ meteorology and remote

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