The trick was that we could only use 100 popsicles sticks, no more than 100 and nothing else but Popsicle sticks and glue. The Bridge also had to be strong enough to hold 150 pounds. We thought how could we build a bridge that can be stable and strong enough to hold 150 pounds out of popsicles sticks, how can we possibly do that? We came to a conclusion that building a bridge has to do with Isaac Newton’s Laws, having the right structure, and materials we use. Newton’s Laws apply to a bridge.
The Stampede Electric vs. Nitro RC Monster Truck By: Jeremy Mitchell Course: ENG 121 English Composition I Instructor: Jay Lorenz Date: 04/16/12 The Stampede Electric vs. Nitro RC Monster Trucks The new hobby of “RC Cars” or “Remote Controlled Cars” They ask “what is better gas or electric. The only way they will ever know how to make a decision is to weigh the pros and cons of any choice on paper. The Stampede Electric RC Monster Truck vs. The Nitro RC Monster Truck. The Traxxas Electric Stampede #3605 Electric driven Monster Truck costs $219.99 +tax for a total of $235.39.
The second time I made it, I served it over some 0 calorie orzo from Miracle Noodle, and I felt like I was eating a HUGE meal for just 4 Points +. It did need some extra salt and pepper, but it was fantastic, and oh-so satisfying! Weight Watchers Crock Pot Recipes are my go to meals when I’m pressed for time and have some leftover produce in my fridge that I want to
In 1983 authorities in charge of the Pompeii site asked the French archaeologist Jean-Pierre Adam to prepare a technical report on the damage sustained to Pompeii following the tremors of November 1980 and to evaluate all possible methods of restoration.In1984 the European Union awarded the sum of 36 billion lire for this restoration work, the first payment to be made in 1985. However this urgent work was delayed because of administrative conflicts and problems. To some archaeologists Pompeii has become an example of how not to proceed in matters of restoration. Pompeii was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997. Administrators of both sites have been allowed to use private investment to achieve their outcomes.
The Marines worked together to drive the enemy from the high ground. Their goal was to capture the area that appropriately became known as the "Meat Grinder." This section of the island included three distinct terrain features, which were the highest point on the northern part of the island, Hill 382 an elevation known as "Turkey Knob," which had been reinforced with concrete and was home to a large enemy communications center, and the "Amphitheater," a southeastern extension of Hill 382. A proud moment for those who worked so hard to gain control of the island was when a B-29 bomber made the first emergency landing on March 4. Repairs were made, refueling was completed and the aircraft was off to complete its
In 122 A.D., Hadrian took a visit to the front lines where the emperor concluded that the only way to tame Brittania was to tame his own soldiers first. So, Hadrian took his advice, and disciplined his legions by putting them to work on the most ambitious project ever conceived by a Roman. A towering 73-mile defensive wall across the entire country, known as Hadrian’s Wall. The wall was 15 feet high, with parapets rising around 6 feet above his wall. The engineers positioned the wall so it ran along a cliff edge, and just above a drop to the north.
The trenches were ensured to be constructed in a zig-zag pattern because this design prevented a direct line of fire down a single line, if a trench were to be taken over by the enemy. Many new technological advancements had taken place during WWI, Roden’s letter had described the very minute amount of weaponry that Roden had seen. “Before attacking they used burning liquid on our trenches, and the whole line of trenches were one mass of flames for about 15 minutes. It was a marvel to see how they sent it across. It was worse than gas.” Napalm was a brand new substance that was introduced by the Germans, which was a jelly like substance that could be easily transported and when ignited, would burn ferociously for a long period of time.
Jay King Professor McClung English-099 27 January 2015 How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse (If You Have the Balls) Although it is a highly popular theory that we will face a zombie apocalypse in the future, not many people are well prepared or even know how to prepare for such a catastrophic event. In this guide, I will list the most basic common methods to help even the most unprepared person set up the fundamental steps to surviving a zombie apocalypse. The main priority for surviving a zombie apocalypse is creating a team, securing weapons and safety, packing backpacks, finding shelter, and locating food. Step one: Create a team. Create a team to ensure safety for yourself and any other survivors in your vicinity.
might cause strangulation). A vast majority of the problems came from product design resulting in safety hazards. The data on the post-August 2007 recalls confirmed this observation: while 17.4 million (88%) recalled toys were associated with loose magnets due to defective design, 2.2 million (12%) were related to manufacturing defects which contained excessive lead. Within Mattel’s recall problems, only a small percentage (10-15%) could be attributed to outsourcing issues. Of the problems related to lead paint, it turned out that the two contracted manufacturers, which were commissioned to make non-core Mattel products, had used paint from sub-contractors.
By double checking his work, he found that the results differed significantly from theoretical values. An example of this is: 4195835/3145727, discovered by Tim Coe of Vitesse Semiconductors. The correct value is 1.33382 to 6 sig. figs, while the flawed Pentium's floating-point unit computed 1.33374 to 6 sig figs, a relative error of 0.006% (Janeba, 1995). In October 1994, Dr. Nicely contacted Intel support to report the flaw found within their Pentium chip.