How did America get so big? You may know how America doubled its size, but do you know who guided the explorers through the unknown land? Her name is Sacagawea and more than 200 years ago she accompanied Lewis and Clark during their expedition. The explorers traveled across the Northwest of America bb because the land was new. When the explorers were hungry, she found them food to eat. When they met Indians along the way, she acted as a translator. Thanks to Sacagawea the Lewis and Clark expedition
Alot of people like video game, but don’t really think much about who came up with this and how did it get so popular well here are the answers to those questions. In 1972 Atari develops the very 1st video game Pong a table tennis like game.The game came in a console of its own you could not play anything on it but pong.Today pong seems like a pile of junk, but back in 1972 It was like the invention of the light bulb.Atari was the biggest company for 3 whole years until the competition came to rise
ELECTRCITITY – How it’s made and how we get it. Introduction The world runs on electricity, almost everything we own needs it. But where does it come from and how do we get it? Power plants are responsible for supplying the world with electricity to run everything from major factories to house-hold appliances such as toasters. A power plant is quite simple and works similar to a large scale steam engine. The steam generated from the heating of water is used to turn a turbine which then turns a coil
after the financial crisis in 2008, many economists had to rethink their approach to the market. Everyone knew we had a panic because the stock market and the housing market collapsed. American economy was reaching to the bottom. Many people considered it as a second worst recession after the great the Great Depression. But what was the cause? Who were responsible for the crisis? What can we learn from this turmoil? In the recent New York Times Sunday magazine article, Nobel Prize winner Paul Krugman
And I don 't know why I 'm in here or what 's going on." "Sue." Rachel says through gritted teeth. "She locked them up to demoralize us and the Warblers. Come on let 's go." They run down the hallway to the corded off elevator. Rachel leans her ear against the door and listens. A faint vibration buzzes against her ear. Brittany 's face suddenly appears in front of Rachel. "What are you doing?" Brittany asks. "I think Kurt and Blaine are stuck in there. How do we get the door open?" Rachel asks.
You Believe How was the Earth created and how did we get here? This question has been in the heads of everyone that has had 5th grade education. The two main theories that try and explain how the earth, the universe, and humans were created are Creationism and Evolution. No one really knows which theory is right, I mean people believe that the theory that they believe in is right, but neither one of the theories have be proven right scientifically. The wonder on how the world was created
anything there” (Faraici). In addition to these articles, he also read Rajiv Chandrasekaran book. Finally he even wrote his own document entitled, How Did We Get It So Wrong? which outlines all that he learned (Rose). At first, Greengrass wanted to make a small film, but believed that a big budget action picture would bring more people to see the ideas he presents in the film. The confusion surrounding the absence of WMD in Iraq provides a perfect scenario for an action film where the hero battles
How Did Fossil Fuels Get Here? Most people have a theory that the fossil fuels we have today are from the remains of dead dinosaurs. Which is in fact not true, but what is true is that these fossil fuels were at one time alive. They formed when prehistoric animals and plants died and were covered by rock and other plant growth (energy.gov 2014). Organic matter, along with varying temperatures and pressure worked together to produce the fossil fuels. Different types of fossil fuels were developed
Danticat’s article “We are Ugly, but We Are Here”, she describes the injustices of how women are treated in Haiti. She uses her grandmother, Haiti’s former queen, and examples of other women as reasons as to how and why she realizes the seriousness and realness of the topic. Women are treated as if they were nothing. Their souls cry out. Danticat’s argument is that even though women are treated the way that they are, they will not back down. A know saying is “We are ugly, but we are here,” (Danticat).
energy in terms like “I don’t have a lot of energy today” or “The room has weird energy”. But how do we get energy exactly, how do we use it to stay awake and run up a hill. The energy for all physical things comes from high energy phosphates to low energy phosphates. During this breakdown of ATP, which requires water, a proton and energy, heat is produced. Since our muscles don't store much ATP, we must constantly resynthesize it. The hydrolysis and resynthesis of ATP is thus a circular process—ATP