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The Semmelweis example is one many use to advocate. False accusations about Semmelweis' mental status cost him his life and possibly the lives of more people he could have helped with future discoveries. If his colleagues had defended him he may have lived to save more lives. A whole world can suffer from the loss of innovators in the scientific community and society. It's important to stop bullying in schools science professions and society. Be an excellent advocate. Future generations will appreciate you.
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A difficult, but very true point to know:
Have the courage to tell the truth, and advocate for your colleagues, lives could depend on it. Truth, and/or urgently needed ethical theory, advances society to a safer and healthier future.Science has it's serious moments, but stay positive. Focus on being a thoughtful team. Balance the weight of responsibilities with the enjoyment of discovery and exploration. Stay happy to protect your innovation. Stay curious. All have a basic human right to a positive life in science and in society! You are society's protectors of humanity's future. We believe in you!
For Graduating Seniors: LESSON #3
Words of Wisdom on Space Exploration Benefits:
The Semmelweiss Example: Always Tell The Truth
"Let us never forget... to speak the truth
even when we have to pay the price."
"Truth can be denied, but not avoided"
(Quote from video at top of page)
ALWAYS TELL THE TRUTH
Article 1:Shaping Policy
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Enjoy the skies for miles and miles, we are one family on this earth.
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Very Old Footage
If you make a discovery that must be revealed, for the sake of humanity, and people unkindly dispute it, in some of these ways how else may you effectively respond.
Landing On The Lawn
Develop Your Debating Skills. Do Extensive Research, Remember History
Remain Ethical in your presentations to protect society and to benefit science.
Alan Shepard And Derry N.H.-History
Application For Space Camp Sample Video For Seniors- Send One In!
Footage by Alan Shepard Project Using and ISS App. Musician: Leo Lindsey'Keikilani Lindsey from Mele Uhane of Hawaii
Do's and Don'ts For Science Professionals During Debates:
Helpful Videos To Launch Space Careers!
Remember to use the Semmelweis Example below if you need to explain to new security officers why lies about a scientists mental status can be considered a death threat. Experienced officers will not need the explanation and will respond rapidly if they are were trained well.
Be The Team That Sets A Great Example:
Congratulation on your graduation!
Stay Balanced, Remember To HAVE FUN!
Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr. attended Pinkerton Academy and later became a trustee.
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