Sample Thesis Papers, Science

Space competition between nations

The original idea of the space shuttle was that it was primarily for making space flights routine and cost effective. However, in the many years since the first Space Shuttle flight, the cost of traveling into space is still very expensive and not a routine activity. There has been virtually no reduction in cost, and it still remains at more than $10,000/pound, a sum that has not been reduced. The idea of replacing the shuttle is basically to cut this cost by a factor of 10 and be in line with competing technologies, such as the European 5 rocket, costing much less than the American rockets. Continue reading “Space competition between nations”

Information Technology, Sample Thesis Papers

Using Built-in Windows NetBIOS Tools

Before using professionally designed NetBIOS tools, it is wise for security testers to get to know how to use the ones that are built-in as part of the Windows Operating System (OS). Some such tools are the Net view, Nbtstat, and Net use commands. It is better to have a teammate work with you while practising these tools for viewing NetBIOS shares and services. Continue reading “Using Built-in Windows NetBIOS Tools”

Business Studies, Politics, Sample Thesis Papers

Songodo – the Free Economic Zone in South Korea

South Korea has progressed faster than most nations, and besides international projects especially in the Middle East, South Korea is constructing many prestigious projects at home. The Songdo International Business District is a planned central business district of around 6 km built on reclaimed land, 65 km west of Seoul. It is connected to Incheon International Airport by a highway and is part of the Incheon Free Economic Zone. Schools, hospitals, office buildings and all requirements will be built and will be replicas of famous architectural places such as America’s Central Park and the Canals of Venice. Continue reading “Songodo – the Free Economic Zone in South Korea”

English, Sample Thesis Papers

Socrates’ explanation of the meaning of the Allegory Cave

The fiction ‘Allegory of the Cave’ is Plato’s idea of human insight and awareness. He theorized that knowledge can only be acquired through analysis and calculation. To tell the difference between real knowledge and imaginary knowledge Plato narrates a parable in which he emphasizes the truth and people who think that what they perceive is the truth. Plato emphasized the difference between imaginary perceptions and real perceptions with a fictional story that to some extent explains his theory about real and imaginary perceptions that people have about life based on their experiences that they have in their daily lives. The story goes as follows: Continue reading “Socrates’ explanation of the meaning of the Allegory Cave”