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eBook Idea Is Not Enough: Triumphs and Disasters During 50 Years ePub

by Eric W. Leaver

  • ISBN: 0968397107
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Eric W. Leaver
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peregrina Pub Co (July 1, 1998)
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The modifications being made to the Apollo spacecraft were not the only changes NASA explored in the wake of the fire. Also scrutinized were the missions those ships would be sent on. Though John Kennedy had been dead since 1963, his grand promise – or damned promise, depending on how you looked at it – to have America on the moon before 1970 still loomed over the Agency. NASA officials would have considered it a profound failure not to meet that bold challenge, but they would have considered it an even greater failure to lose another crew in the effort

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Natural disasters are surging exponentially and causing expanding amounts of destruction every year. Another thing that has risen in the past years are the financial costs incurred by natural disasters. According to The New England Journal of Medicine, since 1990, natural disasters have affected about 217 million people each year and there were three times as many natural disasters between 2000 and 2009 compared to 1980-1989. Most (80%) of this growth is the direct result of climate change. International organizations such as the Red Cross say that the world's yearly post-disaster cost is around 65 billion US dollars.