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INTENSIVE READING GRAPHIC ORGANIZER MODULE 3: CLOSE READING FOR THEME LESSON 3.03 “The Cold Equations” The lesson page has a link with a text format to fill out THEME TEXTUAL EVIDENCE WHAT DO WE LEARN? People vs. Nature Marilyn struggles against the harsh reality that nature’s laws have no regard for human emotions and desires Marilyn stowed away on the EDS with the soul purpose of seeing her brother Denied her wish and further punished by the “cold equations” that govern space travel and life on the space frontier “h amount of fuel will power an EDS with a mass of m safely to its destination,” however, “h amount of fuel will not power an EDS with a mass of m plus x safely to its destination.” Innocence vs. Experience “He was an EDS pilot, inured to the sight of death, long since accustomed to it and to viewing the dying of another man with an objective lack of emotion . . . [but] it required a few moments of conditioning for even an EDS pilot to prepare himself to walk across
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