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Misconceptions in Film of Science Related Phenomenon Name _______________________ Each of this questions represents a false representation of the way things are in space versus our Earth bound interpretations. For each question in turn write down what you think is the BEST answer to each question. Please give a full explanation with details. The Martian 1. Matt making water from rocket fuel.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFYjVsV4r0Y What alternatives does Matt have to make water on Mars so he is not blown up? Explain. (He is using Hydrazine rocket fuel to “extract” water from. It is very explosive.) I think the right answer to this is ensuring that the amount of water used is increased. The increase of the amount water used will help in ensuring that the blow is not experienced. However, Matt will be able to carry out his tasks in the expected manner. 2. Sand Stormhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0V-kqIe4pw What is wrong with the “science “of this Mars sequence where Matt gets “blow away”? Explain in some detail. The increased temperatures are the issues which lead to Matt Been blown away. The Temperatures should be lowered for the purposes of ensuring that he is able to operate in the expected manner. Again, the oxygen levels should be addressed as that leads to the blow. 3. Space Explosions What could be in error in both these explosions in space? Explain. a) Firehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQJZ3V4N8q0 The oxygen levels might be in error in both these explosions in space. It is the role of the scientist to ensure that the oxygen levels are made effective for the purposes of ensuring that the explosions are not experienced. The balancing of the oxygen levels will ensure that the explosions are reduced hence ensuring that the people work accordingly. b) Fire Sound (1:25 – 2:20 min.)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctCm9MnbolA Moreover, the error leading to the fire sound is the amounts of oxygen levels experienced. However, measures should be brought in place to ensure that the levels of oxygen are made effective hence ensuring that different tasks are carried out in the best way possible. 4. The Dark Side of the Moon We discuss and write about the dark side of the Moon. What is the true nature of this hidden side? Explain. This is due to the rotation of the moon. When the moon rotates, part of it is obstructed by the earth hence making it hard for the light from the sun to reach it therefore leading to the dark side. 5.Indiana Jones https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=18&v=Arib8uWMWsM You’ll need to watch the entire sequence. The problem here is? The problem is confusion. As a result of the confusion experienced, he was unable to carry out different tasks in the expected manner. Confusion should be reduced so as to ensure that the right things are carried out without fear. 6. Gravity https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=8&v=DYDaIyfitn8(watch 15sec to 2 min) Discuss ---- Why let go? Why hold on? (Orbit, Gravity, etc.) The reason for letting go is that different harms are experienced. However, this might end up affecting the manner in which different tasks are carried out. Again, the reason for holding on is that it will ensure that discoveries are achieved hence ensuring that solutions to problems are identified. 7. Speedhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKJa-KQNjQU(0 to 1.5min) Can this Bus really make it? Why not? (explain your choice) I think that this bus can really make it. This is because it is unable to move in a high speed and therefore the cases of rolling will not be experienced. The low speed moved by the bus will make it easy for it to move for long distances without falling. 8. The Day after Tomorrow.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjMmDsycHC0 Problems with this scene? The problems with the scene are the poor coloring and increased snow. As a result of the poor coloring of the scene, different images have not been presented in the expected manner and therefore this might bring boredom to majority of the viewers. Again, the increased snow has affected the movement of the people. 9. Moonrakerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIHSxLYzc6Q Outline at least two major problems with this scene? The major problems with this scene are that it does not have coordination and the communication is poor. As a result of the low coordination of the involved people, it has been hard for the needed mission to be accomplished in the expected manner. The poor communication of the scene has made it hard for different people to understand it fully. Misconceptions in Film of Science Related Phenomenon Name _______________________ Each of this questions represents a false representation of the way things are in space versus our Earth bound interpretations. For each question in turn write down what you think is the BEST answer to each question. Please give a full explanation with details. The Martian 1. Matt making water from rocket fuel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFYjVsV4r0Y What alternatives does Matt have to make water on Mars so he is not blown up? Explain. (He is using Hydrazine rocket fuel to “extract” water from. It is very explosive.) 2. Sand Storm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0V-kqIe4pw What is wrong with the “science “of this Mars sequence where Matt gets “blow away”? Explain in some detail. 3. Space Explosions What could be in error in both these explosions in space? Explain. a) Fire https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQJZ3V4N8q0 b) Fire Sound (1:25 – 2:20 min.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctCm9MnbolA 4. The Dark Side of the Moon We discuss and write about the dark side of the Moon. What is the true nature of this hidden side? Explain. 5. Indiana Jones https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=18&v=Arib8uWMWsM You’ll need to watch the entire sequence. The problem here is? 6. Gravity https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=8&v=DYDaIyfitn8 Discuss ---- Why let go? 7. Speed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKJa-KQNjQU (0 to 1.5min) Why hold on? (Orbit, Gravity, etc.) Can this Bus really make it? Why not? (explain your choice) 8. The Day after Tomorrow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjMmDsycHC0 Problems with this scene? 9. Moonraker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIHSxLYzc6Q Outline at least two major problems with this scene? (watch 15sec to 2 min)
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Running head; ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Misconceptions in Film of Science Related Phenomenon
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ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
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Isolating the N2 (nitrogen) from the H4 is simple; Matt has to run it over an iridium catalyst, likewise accessible

in the MDV. A side effect of the reaction is the emission of NH3, which produces the pungent smell. Making smokestack
corn from a space suit's air hose and organizes it with the goal that the hydrogen (hot from the reaction) ascends it. A fire
in the smokestack consumes the rising H2, combusting with oxygen noticeable all around and leaving water: H2O. What
it leaves is humid air, which the Hab's water reclaimed transforms into liquid water. The fire itself originates from
fragments of wood cut from a cross of one of the crew members. Watney lights the chip utilizing an electrical sparkle in
presences of little oxygen, making it less explosive.
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That scene of "blow away," among others in many science fiction ideas of the Martian environment, is a
touch of deluding, as indicated by NASA researchers, and everything boils down to barometrical weight. Even
though the dust storms on Mars accompany their dangers, it's exceptionally far-fetched that any storm would be
ground-breaki...


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