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    Photogenic Drawing: William Henry Fox Talbot

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    Photogenic drawing is an invention which is an early photographic procedure made by William Henry Fox Talbot. According to Malcolm Daniel his invention, which was made during the industrial revolution, opened up a whole different world for photography (Malcolm Daniel, William Henry Fox Talbot (1800–1877) and the Invention of Photography, Metmuseum.org). Moreover, Talbot’s innovation became the foundation of 19th and 20th century photography. The photogenic drawing concept led through many impacts

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    The Moon Hoax

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    The "Moon Hoax" has been around since 1835, when the New York Sun printed an article about this whole ordeal. The New York Sun used and credited Sir John Herschel, who was a British Astronomer. Herschel claimed that he had tried out a new type of telescope on the Cape of Good Hope in January of 1834. While in Cape Town, he said he'd set up an Observatory. Using this, he claimed to have observed what he thought of as the "Real" Moon. He claimed to have seen vegetation, bodies of water, and living

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    number; M20, for instance, is the great Trifid Nebula, in the constellation Sagittarius. THE WORK OF THE HERSCHELS By far the greatest observers of the early and middle 19th century were the English astronomers William Herschel and his son John. Between 1786 and 1802 William Herschel, aided by his sister Caroline, compiled three catalogs totaling about 2,500 clusters, nebulae, and galaxies. John Herschel later added to the catalogs 1,700 other nebulous objects in the southern sky visible from the Cape

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    Herschel walker was born in March 3 1962 in Wrightsville Georgia. Herschel was one of the seven children his mother and father. Herschel mother Christine Walker called him the runt of the family because he was least athletic of his brother and sisters. As a child he was overweight and had a speech impediment Walker's mother taught him not to use these problems as excuses in life. Herschel Walker was born in Augusta, Georgia and grew up outside of Wrightsville, Georgia for the first eleven years

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    Born in Germany as Friedrich Wilhelm Herschel, it wasn’t until his was 30 when he discovered what his true passion was. One night while he was looking at the night sky with his sister Caroline, he discovered Uranus and several of moons around other gas giants. While he was alive, he compiled a catalogue of 2,500 celestial objects that are still being used in today’s society. While in his early life he mainly studied music with his sister. His sister, Caroline was the first women to discover a comet

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    Undervalued and Underappreciated

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    magnificent women. Women did have a significant impact on the advancing knowledge during the Scientific Revolution. The following information on: Maria Agnesi, Margaret Cavendish, Maria Sibylla Merian, Eliza Lucas Pinckney, Emilie Du Chatelet, Caroline Herschel, and Laura Bassi is solid proof that their hard work and diligence did affect how sci... ... middle of paper ... ...mount of sexism that society so greatly clung to. Works Cited Baigrie, Brian S. The Renaissance and the Scientific Revolution:

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    In stanza's one and two, the husband gives his wife a gift. At first she was happy to receive the gift that her husband made for her. In stanza's three, four, and five she finds out that the gift was made out of wood from the coffin of a man named John Wayward. When she learned of this information, her initial reaction towards the gift changed. Why is that? Her husband wondered the same thing. The wife became pale and turned her face aside. What part of the husband's information made her react this

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    Emma's Dilemma

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    Emma's Dilemma I am investigating the number of different arrangements there will be in different types of names. Some names I will investigate on will have no identical letters such as LUCY. Some will have a pair of identical letters such as EMMA. Some names will have different quantities of letters such as AMMIE, JOE and ANNE. Firstly, I’ll produce a method which will help me figure out the different arrangements in the name EMMA and LUCY without using any formulas. Using this method

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    Loco Parentis Analysis

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    rights, duties and obligations of a parent taken on by someone who assumes parental status and responsibilities. This term is rightly used in court against Robert Telford the father of John Telford who committed the murder of Chris Skinner. It is beyond a reasonable doubt that without the father Robert, his son John would not have had the physical and mental equipment to commit this crime. Robert willingly and knowingly enabled his son to buy physical weapons that he used against Chris. These weapons

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    Integrity as a Resolving Theme

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    save a friend or colleague. In Arthur Miller’s play, The Crucible, morals and lack thereof are crucial themes in The Crucible, but a rare and special trait in the characters. John Proctor is one character that fully embodies the theme of integrity in The Crucible, but his integrity is buried deep within him. From the moment John Proctor is introduced, Arthur Miller makes it clear that Proctor’s image of himself is distorted in regard to how he is viewed by others. Proctor considers himself a bad person

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