Most Space themed Scifi stories revolve around the idea that humans cannot remain on earth forever. In reality,the purpose of space exploration would give us an opportunity to discover new, habitable worlds, which would allow us to survive beyond the lifespan of this planet.
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It’s hard to believe that one can get lonely living in the big city. Also it’s one of those things we’ll never admit, even when we’re in the thick of it. It happens to us all at some point, but how do you approach it lightheartedly?
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As strange as it sounds, there are plenty of classic or rare cars on the roads. The word “Classic Car” is usually defined by a car that is between 20 and 40 years. Cars over 45 years fall into the Antique Class category. You’ll probably see that 1940’s car on the highway today.
Summer is officially over and back-to-school season is in full effect. Remember to safely share the roads with school buses, and watch out for students running across the street.
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For a date night, why not get away and visit a romantic art museum? A great beach or club is always fun, but don’t forget to satisfy your minds and hearts with an outing that lets you stroll and talk about what you see.
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Looking out into the night sky, other than the stars, space seems like a dark, vast nothingness. However there is so much to learn in terms of exploration. With manned missions into space and we are nearing a point where we will travel farther than ever before. We are set to discover things that are unknown, perhaps changing our understanding of Earth in our universe, science and also ourselves.
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We all have goals and aspirations. Our goals can range from anything as big as renovating your house, or something as little like organizing your chaotic desk. You know it needs to be done and you know it will go smoothly once you set your mind to it, but the problem is staying motivated to follow that goal.
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The average new car is packed with features with things like self-parking and sat-nav. A generation ago these were just things in a movie or a TV show. You have to wonder what will be available when the next generation grows up and buys their cars.
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