North Magnetic Pole

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  • Paper On Magnets

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    Magnets were likely discovered by a shepherd named Magnes in Greece. What he found were loadstones, which contain magnetite, (Fe3O4) which is a natural magnetic material.

  • The North Pole : A Cold Place With Penguins And Polar Bears

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    The North Pole; not the North Pole where Santa lives with his elves and reindeer, the other North Pole. The North Pole that many people don’t think of, or care of. Many people don’t know a lot about the North Pole. Some people think of a cold place with penguins and polar bears. They don’t understand what is actually going on at the North Pole or how it got discovered. What many people don’t understand is that there are different types of North Poles. Another thing they don’t know is how the North

  • The Effect Of Magnetic Organizer On Young Older Audience

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    Name:David Toledo Room: 401 Review of Literature Target Audience The Magnetic Organizer will appeal to a young-older audience. Both boys and girls can be unorganized, and therefore the Magnetic Organizer is for both genders. The Magnetic Organizer can appeal to many students who have trouble being organized in school. Leaving folders, papers, or homework somewhere are constant struggles of students. Magnetic Organizers can be used by both amateurs and professionals as both need to be organized

  • The Effect Of Magnetic Organizer On Young Older Audience

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    Review of Literature Target Audience The Magnetic Organizer will appeal to a young-older audience. Both boys and girls can be unorganized, and therefore the Magnetic Organizer is for both genders. The Magnetic Organizer can appeal to many students who have trouble being organized in school. Leaving folders, papers, or homework somewhere are constant struggles of students. Magnetic Organizers can be used by both amateurs and professionals as both need to be organized in order to either become a

  • Investigatory Project: Gauss Rifle

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    The Gauss Rifle: A Magnetic Linear Accelerator Macalino, D. M. D. Magpantay, J. M. Recto, I. J. Reyes, R. Francisco, P. V. 4 – 5 Zatti IDT 4 In partial fulfilment for the requirement in Physics Don Bosco Technical Institute – Makati SY 2011-2012 Ms. April J. Cruz Research Adviser Chapter I – Introduction I. Background of the Study It was either the Chinese or the Greeks who discovered

  • The Discovery Of The Earth 's Magnetic Field

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    The Earth’s magnetic field The discovery of the Earth’s magnetic field Over 2000 years ago, the Chinese discovered that lodestone, a naturally magnetised iron ore, would align itself in a north-south direction. Hundreds of years later, they discovered that their “compasses” didn’t point true north and in fact that this position changed with time. The compass was first used for navigation in the 11th-12th century, only arriving in Europe towards the end of this period. Then, in 1600, William

  • Dear Elf Bernard, Head Elf Of Santa's Workshop

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    of all, working to read different letters from various of children around the world. Figuring that you are currently reading my letter, I know that you probably have piles of letter embroidered with name of the place all kids think about: to the north pole. Inside most of these letters, I know from writing a few myself, that many kids are asking the either one of two questions: “I’m I on the naughty list” or in other letters there are variations of “May I pretty please with a cherry on top get ____

  • Personal Narrative: One Wacky Day

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    One Wacky Winter By: Gannon I was just on my way home from school when it all began. I had decided to grab some lunch at McDonalds on the way home when I noticed the most peculiar sights. There were some bite marks on the sign, there was nobody working the register, and I even saw a kid outside eating the apples from his meal! “One burger and fries please,” I said through the speaker. There was silence on the other end. “Hello? Hmm must not be open,” I said as I drove away. Almost like magic, I bluntly

  • The Human Need for Love in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Essay

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    The Human Need for Love Exposed in Frankenstein   Written in 1817 by Mary Shelley, Frankenstein is a novel about the "modern Prometheus", the Roman Titian who stole fire from the gods and gave it to man. The story takes place in several European countries during the late 1700's. It is the recollection of Victor Frankenstein to a ship captain about his life. Victor is a student of science and medicine who discovers a way to reanimate dead flesh. In a desire to create the perfect race he constructs

  • Movement Self Evaluation By Robyn Ogilvie

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    Movement Self Evaluation by Robyn Ogilvie For 07/01/16 The S3 Movement and Staging Unit began with the class looking at and learning about different positions of staging such as End On and Traverse. After that, we moved onto looking at different types of movement and how to use them. We also carried out lots of different movement warm-ups before going onto planning and rehearsing a Christmas movement piece. We eventually performed our piece to a target audience of our choice. There are three

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