Lindbergh (1927) says he replaced the weight of the navigator with something called an inductor compass. This was based on the relation between the earth’s magnetic field and the magnetic field generated in the airplane. He claims “This inductor compass was so accurate that [he] really needed no other guide” (Lindbergh, 1927, p.515). The surprising speed of his plane was another reason why Lindbergh reached Paris with such ease. In the New York Times it talks about out of three pilots that attempted to keep up with him from takeoff, only one was successful.
Book Summary Robert E. Lee was born on January 19, 1807 in Virginia. Lee had two heroes that he looked up to. One was George Washington and the other was his father, Henry Lee, who fought in the America revolution. Henry Lee was also Governor of Virginia from 1791 to 1794. When Robert was eleven his father died and his mother became ill. Robert had to take care of his sick mother and still attend school.
Chariots was invented in Mesopotamia to carry a driver and an archer for war. It was invented to be used in war and the main concept of a chariot was to keep moving constantly and shoot the enemy at a distance. Chariots were transmitted in different countries like china, Greece, and Europe by trade, travel, conquest, and migration. Chariots were transmitted to Egypt by the Hyksos, which are charioteers from Syria. The Egyptians improved chariots by modifying its design making it lighter and easier to use.
Russell Werner Lee, son of Burton and Adeline Lee, was born in Ottawa, Illinois, on July 21, 1903. At age five his parents divorced and at age ten he watched as his mother dies from being hit by an automobile. His life wasn’t easy growing up. He attended Culver Military Academy in Culver, Indiana for four years and disliked the ways of military treatment. Lee graduated from Lehigh University, Pennsylvania with a degree in chemical engineering.
 This method became standard and remains standard on fixed-wing aircraft of all kinds.  From the beginning of their aeronautical work, the Wright brothers focused on developing a reliable method of pilot control as the key to solving "the flying problem". This approach differed significantly from other experimenters of the time who put more emphasis on developing powerful engines.  Using a small homebuilt wind tunnel, the Wrights also collected more accurate data than any before, enabling them to design and build wings and propellers that were more efficient than any before.  Their first U.S. patent, 821,393, did not claim invention of a flying machine, but rather, the invention of a system of aerodynamic control that manipulated a flying machine's surfaces.
Guy Fieri Broden, Austin Savannah Guy Fieri was born on January 22, 1968 in Columbus Ohio. His original name at birth was Guy Ramsay Ferry. Guy later renamed to guy Fieri after his grandfather. When Guy was growing up his mom and dad inspired him to cook his own meals. Guy and his father built a three-wheeled bicycle cart named “The Awesome Pretzel” which he sold pretzels from, for six years until he had enough money to study at Chantilly Framce at the age of 16.
James K. Polk & Theodore Roosevelt James K. Polk: Biography James K. Polk was born in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina on November 2 , in 1795. He was the oldest one of ten 5 brothers and 4 sisters. Once that James had turned ten years old,, his father had took his big family and moved towards the west, some two hundred miles, to the frontier of Tennessee, where, in a rich valley on Duck River, Samuel Polk, James’s father and his neighbors built their log huts and started their homes. He lived in good and structured farmhouse and was raised by his mother, Jane Knox Polk, and she believed in raising her children according to the strict Presbyterian "gospel of duty." But unfortunely he was not a healthy kid during his childhood.
Research Paper Question: Which paper airplane design fly the farthest? Hypothesis: If I throw the Nakamura Lock then it will fly the farthest. Variables Manipulated: Plane design Responding: How far the plane goes Controlling: The way I throw and the paper itself Materials: 3 pieces of copy paper, Metric ruler, tape, and a pencil Procedures 1. Fold each airplane 2. Get a highpoint and mark your throwing point with the tape 3.
ames Madison, Jr. was born at Belle Grove Plantation near Port Conway, Virginia on March 16, 1751, (March 5, 1751, Old Style, Julian calendar), where his mother had returned to her parents' home to give birth. He grew up as the oldest of twelve children.  Nelly and James Sr. had seven more boys and four girls. Three of James Jr's brothers died as infants, including one who was stillborn. In the summer of 1775, his sister Elizabeth (age 7) and his brother Reuben (age 3) died in a dysentery epidemic that swept through Orange County because of contaminated water.
Einstein was a physicist, He resided at many countries namely: Germany, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, Hungary, and The United States of America. He has obtained citizenship in most of the places he resided. He has won some notable awards including a nobel prize in 1921 for his contribution in the field of physics. He acquired interest in science and mathematics at a very young age, When his father gave him a compass and he observed something made the needles move and he began experimenting on how it works. His father Herman Einstein was an Engineer while his mother was called Pauline Einstein.