He speaks with a real passion, as if he himself recognized and truly believed in the significance of the endeavor he was laying out to the American public. Yet this is not just a claim, this is a challenge. So it is not surprising that some would have us stay where we are a little longer to rest, to wait. In this way, he established ethos. The American spirit, the premise of what makes us American, is our ability to boldly accept challenges and rise to conquer them. Only five years ago man learned to write and use a cart with wheels. By putting himself into the position of a professor, he tries to convey to his student audience that he will teach them something important and to open their minds to him.
And therefore, as we set sail, we ask God's blessing, on the most hazardous, and dangerous, and greatest adventure, on which man has ever embarked. I rode a bicycle to the stadium. To dispel the absurdity of the goal, to make it believable, to make it seem remotely possible to the average American, Kennedy needed to speak with exuberance and passion. Space expenditures will soon rise some more, from 40 cents per person per week to more than 50 cents a week for every man, woman and child in the United States, for we have given this program a high national priority--even though I realize that this is in some measure an act of faith and vision, for we do not now know what benefits await us. Kennedy was able to describe a romantic notion of space in the Rice University speech with which all citizens of the United States, and even the world could participate, vastly increasing the number of citizens interested in space exploration. He won by a very small margin.
All this adds to the authoritative presence he has at the podium, a presence that is needed to make claims and goals as bold as those about which he spoke. As an analyst of this speech, I perhaps run the risk of giving Kennedy too much credit or praise him in too lofty of terms, for I am an avid enthusiast of space exploration. And finally, the space effort itself, while still in its infancy, has already created a great number of new companies, and tens of thousands of new jobs. This is one of the most powerful speeches given. The greater our knowledge increases, the greater our ignorance unfolds.
To be sure, we are behind, and will be behind for some time in manned flight. Surely the opening vistas of space promise high costs and hardships, as well as high reward. The Mariner spacecraft now on its way to Venus is the most intricate instrument in the history of space science. In the last 24 hours we have seen facilities now being created for the greatest and most complex exploration in man's history. Indeed, his speech would mark the beginning of a bold new era for humanity; an era of exploration and innovation in outer space.
There was rhetorical opposition in the speech to extending the. Kennedy points out that if the Russians happen to be the first ones in space, the world could face the prospect of nuclear weapons there that could annihilate any nation on earth. If the United States does not lead the adventure into space, it will, according to Kennedy, fail to see realized the ideals which we uphold as a nation. Many years ago the great British explorer , who was to die on Mount Everest, was asked why did he want to climb it. The great British explorer George Mallory, who was to die on Mount Everest, was asked why did he want to climb it.
The Soviet Union no longer exists, and its descendant state, Russia, is now a key spaceflight partner of the United States. Why does Rice play Texas? He establishes ethos by naming how important God is to him and to the future of the United States. Bell, scientists, distinguished guests, and ladies and gentlemen: I appreciate your president having made me an honorary visiting professor, and I will assure you that my first lecture will be very brief. This is a breathtaking pace, and such a pace cannot help but create new ills as it dispels old, new ignorance, new problems, new dangers. Because it was an informative speech. He made the challenge of what had never been done appear attainable and inevitable. Kennedy, it seems, goes through the effort to describe all this for two main reasons.
And then less than two months ago, during this whole 50-year span of human history, the steam engine provided a new source of power. He has also worked as a herpetologist and wildlife biologist. The final report was received on November 29, 1963, a week after Kennedy's assassination. By immediately establishing such a connection, Kennedy has made the audience more susceptible to agreeing with the content with will follow. He infused the speech with a sense of urgency and destiny, and emphasized the freedom enjoyed by Americans to choose their destiny rather than have it chosen for them. Some 40 of them were made in the United States of America and they were far more sophisticated and supplied far more knowledge to the people of the world than those of the Soviet Union.
Kennedy delivered a stirring speech to 40,000 sweaty spectators at the football stadium at Rice University in humid Houston, a speech that would come to be one of the defining moments of his abbreviated presidency. I am delighted to be here and I'm particularly delighted to be here on this occasion. Personally I like to place my thesis statement at the end of the introduction but that is totally your decision. But a small research university is made large by collaboration. Its hazards are hostile to us all. By humanizing himself in this way, he is, again, making a real connection to his listener. And they may well ask why climb the highest mountain? The growth of our science and education will be enriched by new knowledge of our universe and environment, by new techniques of learning and mapping and observation, by new tools and computers for industry, medicine, the home as well as the school.
Miller of California, James E. Space and related industries are generating new demands in investment and skilled personnel, and this city and this state, and this region, will share greatly in this growth. On January 20, 2009 Barack Obama was swore into the Presidency making him the 44th President of the United States and the first African American President and still remains in this seat. After Apollo: The Legacy of the American Moon Landings. In the speech, Kennedy mentions freedom and peace as associated with our country, which are qualities usually reserved for countries that operate in a credible manner.
We mean to be a part of it--we mean to lead it. Indeed, the United States, at the point of his speech, had only been sending men into orbit for less than 5 years. This country was conquered by those who moved forward--and so will space. This is a breathtaking pace, and such a pace cannot help but create new ills as it dispels old, new ignorance, new problems, new dangers. The Rice speech marked a key moment in the trajectory of the and space exploration in general, experts say.