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You are an astronaut on a top secret NASA space mission. While in orbit, something has happened to the rocket s fuel injectors and you land on an unidentified planet. Based on your observations, which planet are you most likely on? 1. Violent weather and storms 2. Very short days and nights 3. Massive amounts of moons A. Mars B. Jupiter C. Saturn D. Neptune
Weegy: THE MOON IS A FOREIGN NATION Apollo Moon astronauts were often followed to the Moon, at times, by U.F.O.s. Official N.A.S.A. Apollo 12 photograph AS12-497319 clearly Shows a large U.F.O. [ hovering over an astronaut walking on the Moon. The government agencies policies of keeping U.F.O.s secret from the general public is well-known and has been well-documented in several books by famous astronomers like J. Allen Hynek (who investigated U.F.O.s for the U.S. Air Force), Major Donald Keyhoe, Timothy Good (in his book Above Top Secret), and many other professionals. One unquestionably absolute expert we may want to consult is Christopher Kraft, who was director of the N.A.S.A. tracking base in Houston during the Apollo Moon missions, when he revealed the following conversation “after” he left his work at N.A.S.A.: ] (More)
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In the manor system, the peasants had to A. use the manor s mill. B. sell their produce to their lord. C. stay on the land for life. D. work to earn their freedom.
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What was an effect of Mongol rule over medieval Russia? A. Their teachings helped establish the Russian Orthodox Church. B. They disrupted important trade routes of Russian merchants. C. Their code of laws served as a model for later Russian rulers. D. They cut Russia off from contacts with Western Europe.
Weegy: Answer: D. They cut Russia off from contacts with Western Europe. User: In 1380, the Russian princes of Moscow took control from the Mongols by A. defeating the Golden Horde at the Battle of Kulikovo. B. encouraging the Mongols to fight among themselves. C. converting the Mongols to Roman Catholicism. D. defeating the Golden Horde at the Battle of Novgorod. Weegy: In 1380, the Russian princes of Moscow took control from the Mongols by A. defeating the Golden Horde at the Battle of Kulikovo. User: Why did the state of Poland-Lithuania weaken in the late 1600s? A. The central government was weak due to the “free veto.” B. Nobles rebelled against the autocratic government. C. King Jagiello disbanded the diet, or state assembly. D. The Mongols overran Lithuania in 1683. Weegy: D. The central government was weak due to the ?free veto.? User: By the eighth century, many Muslims criticized the Umayyad caliphs because the caliphs… Weegy: The Umayyads were criticized for ruling the caliphate as if they were kings, not leaders of a religious community with authority as a divine trust. [ ] User: By the eighth century, many Muslims criticized the Umayyad caliphs because the caliphs… A. moved the empire’s capital to Baghdad. B. were unduly influenced by the Persians. C. halted their campaigns of military conquest. D. had developed a luxurious lifestyle. Weegy: By the eighth century, many Muslims criticized the Umayyad caliphs because the caliphs: had developed a luxurious lifestyle. User: Muslim mystics who sought communion with God through meditation and fasting were called… Weegy: What were the mystics who sought communion with god through meditation and fasting Sufis User: What helped the ... (More)
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Widespread inflation struck Europe in the mid-1500s due to the increasing amounts of… A. food shipments from the Americas. B. slave labor from the Americas. C. raw materials from the Americas. D. silver and gold brought from the Americas.
Weegy: Widespread inflation struck Europe in the mid-1500s due to the increasing amounts of D. silver and gold brought from the Americas. User: _________________ was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence. A. George Washington B. Adam Smith C. Thomas Jefferson D. Montesquieu Weegy: C. Thomas Jefferson was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence. ? ... ? Founding Fathers User: Britain passed the Navigation Acts to… A. regulate colonial trade and manufacturing. B. crack down on smugglers. C. encourage world exploration. D. support free trade in the colonies. Weegy: Britain passed the Navigation Acts to A. regulate colonial trade and manufacturing. User: The __________ was the French middle class. A. plebiscite B. bourgeoisie C. ancien régime D. Continental System Weegy: The bourgeoisie was the French middle class. User: Deficit spending is when a government … A. spends less money than it takes in. B. spends more money than it takes in. C. breaks even with spending. D. None of the above User: Joint stock companies allowed early European capitalists to… A. organize guilds to protect workers. B. negotiate treaties with foreign nations. C. control the effects of inflation. D. raise large amounts of capital. (More)
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Joint stock companies allowed early European capitalists to: raise large amounts of capital.

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Enlightenment thinkers were influenced by the idea of natural law that emerged from the… A. Renaissance. B. Glorious Revolution. C. Scientific Revolution. D. Reformation.
Weegy: Enlightenment thinkers were influenced by the idea of natural law that emerged from the Scientific Revolution. User: In A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, Mary Wollstonecraft argued that women and men should have equal… A. education. B. property rights. C. voting rights. D. employment opportunities. Weegy: In A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, Mary Wollstonecraft argued that women and men should have equal: A. EDUCATION. User: What Enlightenment thinker argued that the purpose of government is to safeguard the natural rights of the people? A. René Descartes B. Voltaire C. Thomas Hobbes D. John Locke (More)
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John Locke argued that the purpose of government is to safeguard the natural rights of the people.
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