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  • Aurora Research Paper

    across the night sky – an unexplained phenomenon at the time (Fara 1996). This was the first time English astronomer Edmund Halley witnessed this display. This experience led him to publish the first detailed description of what is now commonly known as the “aurora” (P. Brekke and Broms 2013; Bone 2007) (include pic of his drawings). The theories that he proposed led to the birth of modern science and to a certain extent shaped our current understanding of the nature of aurorae, how they form, and whether or not they occur on other planets. What is an Aurora? “No pencil can draw it, no colors can…

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  • Movie Analysis: Maleficent

    Sleeping Beauty is an old tale of good and evil in which an evil, ugly witch called Maleficent curses a beautiful princess into a deep sleep and she can only be awoken by true love’s kiss. This story is from Maleficent’s perspective and challenges the idea that everything is “black and white” (good and evil). It shows that individuals make mistakes and perspective plays a large part on interpretation. The film also challenges what true love is when Aurora wakes from Maleficent’s kiss and not…

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  • The Performance Of The Prologue And Act 1 Of Sleeping Beauty

    being sold I came to the conclusion that the performance of The Sleeping Beauty was huge. Therefore, I expected the performance to be enthusiastic, entertaining and worth-watching. Sleeping Beauty is about a Princess named Aurora. During Princess Aurora’s christening, she is cursed by an evil fairy named Carabosse. The day of Princess Aurora’s sixteenth birthday, she pricked her finger with a corsage that was given to her by Carabosse. For the next 100 years, Aurora and her kingdom would fall…

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  • Northern Lights Research Paper

    When the northern lights come out, it sometimes appears as if the sky is on fire. There is an eerie connection between the Sun and our planet’s atmosphere that can sometimes cause the sky to unexpectedly glow with shades of red, yellow, purple and green; an atmospheric phenomenon called the northern lights or Aurora Borealis. The Sun is constantly spraying the solar system with millions of tons of charged particles each minute. The stream of charged particles from the Sun, or solar wind,…

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  • The Aurora Borealis

    From the very beginning of time, individuals from the olden days noticed the Aurora Borealis which, is also known and called the Northern Lights. Each of the ancient civilizations had their own and unique explanation of them. Many individuals had their own beliefs about them, some believed they were caused and came from rotting wood, while some believed they were magic. Others believed they were in the accompanied by emotional gods and spirits. In China, ancient people believed that the lights…

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  • Snow White: Gender Roles In Disney Princess Movies

    undermine her father’s authority by informing her father, “I’m 16 years old. I’m not a child anymore.” (Parenthetical) This statement alludes children to believe that they no longer need to listen to their parents when they are of the age of sixteen and that going into a treacherous situation is alright. Another princess that illustrates this flaw is Cinderella. The Disney princess is told to do house chores, but, rather, decides to go to a ball that she is forbidden to go to. Even though…

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  • Observation Of Rosie's Behavior

    In this paper, I will be discussing the behavior of a young girl named Rosie and her mother’s adventures at a lively local toy store. I spent approximately 30 minutes observing Rosie and her mother walk around the toy store. During this time, I observed Rosie interact with different objects and people. I was able to observe Rosie display her varying levels of knowledge in different areas. I was interested in observing her behavior in efforts to compare an aspect of her development to one in the…

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  • Aurora Borealis Analysis

    The two paintings I chose to compare and contrast are Aurora Borealis by Frederic Edwin Church and Portrait of Félix Fénéon by Paul Signac. Both paintings have the same mediums; oil on canvas. Aurora Borealis was created in 1865, it is now housed at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington and its dimensions are 142.3 x 212.2 cm. Portrait of Félix Fénéon was created in 1890, it is now housed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and its dimensions are 74 x 95 cm. Aurora Borealis is…

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  • Examples Of Aurora Rite Of Passage

    I always knew someday Aurora was going to grow up, go to college and be on her own. That's why I have been hard on her so when time comes she will have it half way figured out already. Instead of later figuring out how to pay her phone bills or scheduling a doctor appointment. However, there is always a ritual marking initiation into adulthood, which is usually one of the most important steps in one's culture, which is also known as rites of passage to occur, such as a marriage, graduation or…

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  • Aurora Hair Color Essay

    Want To Look Hot? Try Out Aurora Hair Colors. Overview Hair coloring has been on the rise in the recent past. Some people are coloring their hair to improve their self esteem; other may do it to match their personalities while still others may be looking to try out new things. Whatever the reason, the main aim is to look fabulous. There is thus need to ensure that the colors that you go for make you stand out, in a good way. In the recent past, aurora hair colors have been taking the…

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