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    1. Nick Cannon and Nickelodeon Unless you were an avid Nickelodeon viewer in the '90s, you probably aren't truely familiar with Nick Cannon's contribution one of the most vital children's entertainment networks of all time. Nick Cannon made his debut to TV entertainment in the late '90s by appearing on Nickelodeon's classic time time block SNICK, starring in the famous improvisation series, All That. Cannon's appearance on All That eventually lead to him being featured on the hit sitcom Taina and also receiving his own show on the network called The Nick Cannon Show. 2. Cannon and His Bars Although he got a start on television at a young age, did you know that Nick Cannon started his career as a young rapper? As a young person, Cannon shaped the rap bunch "Da G4 Dope Bomb Squad" with his companion Steve Groves. They opened for artists such as Will Smith, LFO, 98 Degrees, and…

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    Cannon’s interest in astronomy started then. Cannon started her study on physics and astronomy at Wellesley College, which was one of the top schools for women at the time. It was doing her college years that she learned spectroscopy, which became the establishment of her categorizing stars. During this time, she had gotten sick with scarlet fever leading to her becoming completely deaf, likely due to the fever. Even so, she managed to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in physics in 1884,…

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    Magnet Cannon Physics

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    The Magnet Cannon is a perplexing object to understand how the forces work, in this explanation I will explain how the forces and energy in the magnet cannon work. The purpose of the magnet cannon is to help show how kinetic and magnetic forces work. The magnet Cannon is an object composed of 5 balls a ruler and a magnet. One of the balls is placed on one side of the magnet (ball A), then the other 4 balls (balls B-D) go on the other side of the magnet, then the contraption is placed on a ruler.…

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    The Battle of Palo Alto SGT Appel, SGT Hill, SGT Young, Class 005-16 ALC NCOA An analysis of how the flying Artillery of Palo Alto has changed the modern battlefield: The creation of light and mobile field artillery had given the United States Army a potent weapon. By employing the use of light and mobile artillery, it has changed today’s battlefield by how we use Artillery to fully decimate or counter fire an enemy. Horse drawn cannons have paved the way for the modern day M109A6,…

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    I asked him about the most memorable place he visited while being deployed in Germany. He replied, “I got to look around one of the biggest concentration camps set up by the Nazis. That was the most eerie place I have ever been, to see the clothes and jewelry still left around and to see their living conditions just gave me the creeps. The smell was so old and it just had a terrible stench. I am glad that is all over with.” I could tell that was not his favorite story and that it completely…

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    The Civil War was a time in which many innovations were created. Many of the inventions impacted present day weapons and field artillery. One of the most common used weapon used happened to be the cannon. Cannons were used on both the Union and Confederate side, because mobility was important. Many soldiers liked how the cannon provided direct contact. Robert P. Parrot is a man known to many people during this time as an inventor. He invented many field artillery used during the Civil War.…

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    and range. Given the weigh and bulkiness of the cannons, it was very tough to move them from battlefield to battlefield without numerous amounts of personnel. The main cannons used during the Revolutionary War were the “mobile three pounder and the six pounder” (weapons used in the Rev. War). One of the major leaders of the artillery during the battle at Valley Forge was General Henry Knox. By the end of the war, he was promoted to Major- General, due to his outstanding leadership and ability to…

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    What Are Pirates Weapons

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    Pirate Weapons By: Adriana POW! Boom! Bang! The Guns were fired at the ship across the sea. The pirates joined together and fought off their enemies with the different varieties of weapons: guns, cannons, and knives. Pirates used different weapons because each type of weapon had varying effects on their targets. To begin with pirates used guns, such as muskets. They were best for long range shooting because of the long barrel in the front. Muskets weren’t that accurate compared to other guns.…

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    compounds were sulphur, charcoal, and saltpeter; which produced a rapidly burning and exploding powder. Around fifty years later, the first cannons were being developed. It consisted of a thick metal tube with a closed end (called a Breech) and an open end (called the muzzle). There was a small hole at the rear to light the powder (called the touchhole). The gunpowder was put in first, followed by the projectile. The powder is then ignited with an ember or torch. The expanding gases from the…

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    the same thing as railways. As for weaponry, guns and artillery had changed the course from hand to hand combat to long range attacks. Artillery could shoot bombs from much farther than any gun could shoot, these could cause massive damage to large armies in one location, especially if there were multiple artillery guns being shot. Guns also had big advancements, they were getting to the point of being able to shoot more than1 bullet without having to reload every single time they shot, and…

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