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    Donald Duck Analysis

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    The journey Donald Duck is taking in this short film tells the origins of mathematics and how mathematics can be found in everyday life. The film shows you how it all began by taking Donald back to ancient Greece. Pythagoras is the father of mathematics and he showed us how everything does in fact include math in it. Pythagoras learned that from taking one thread of string and dividing it in half then dividing that in half and so on, he learned they each have their own tones due to each length of the strings. He realized music can be produced by mathematics and developed the music scale. Developing the music scale has changed the world we know today and has evolved music over the years. Pythagoras told a few colleagues about his findings…

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    I have always wondered about the background of Walt Disney’s creations. Although his creation may have their technological flaws, I believe the character themselves are flawless. Enough with the opinion part now onto the fun-filled facts.How can one person create so much entertainment you may ask, well that is for you to read and find out.Walt Disney has brought so much magic to this world through T.V. shows, Movies, Toys, amusement parks and so much more. Characters: Walt Disney created his…

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    One of the example of entrepreneur who having this traits before they are success there is Walts Disney. Walts Disney well known as the co-founder of The Walts Disney company. He was the owner for Disneyland. Before that, when he was young ,he worked in a newspaper office but later he fire by newspaper editor for not being creative enough. But Walt Disney was not giving up ,he step forward. Walts Disney and his staff created numerous famous fiction including Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy,…

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    feelings and subjected him into many criticisms about his failures. But, he was not weak, nor pessimist about his future plans, so he right away produced a new character, the one and only Mickey Mouse in (1927). III. Achievements and the infinite Success. A. Mickey Mouse, the huge success. 1. He created him while on a train ride and was so secretive about him, originally named him Mortimer Mouse then his wife convinced him that Mickey is more attractive than Mortimer in the cartoon world. 2.…

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    These all include actors, directors, produces, musical groups, theatrical groups, fictional characters like Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck; even Walt Disney and Disney land have one. Stars thrive to earn their own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, "In 1993 my birthday present was a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame," (Annette Funicello;Wikipedia). Walt Disney was very happy to receive a star that he began to draw and animate his illustrations receiving stars as well. Many of the stars have been…

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    Not having the support of a brother could in fact affect the way in how Donald lives now. Pete never offered him a chance and instead harbors these feelings of anger and frustration for Pete. It is interesting to discover why Pete has these feelings. Furthermore, a similar problem is revealed in “Sonny’s Blues” where the narrator is the good brother and the brother Sonny is the one who lives life by on drugs. It is evident that both the narrator and Sonny are not close. Sonny is arrested for…

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    Walt Disney's Legacy

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    We all know him as Walt Disney, the man that created Mickey Mouse, and the man behind all-things-Disney, like the theme parks and movies. Walt Disney was a man that had influenced just about everyone he came into contact with and his legacy still lives on. But how did Disney start from sketching a rabbit to running a multi-billion dollar empire? We all know him as Walt Disney, the man that created Mickey Mouse, and the man behind all-things-Disney, like the theme parks and movies. Walt Disney…

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    How Walt Disney changed the world through animation Walt Disney’s first creation Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was taken from him but he did not abrogate to create a better one. “A source of joy and inspiration to all the world.” “A kingdom of dreams and magic.” And films for happiness and great journeys. Walt Disney changed the world through animation by all his creations and beliefs bringing him the results. He most successfully changed the world because he had great imagination. He created…

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    John Muir (1838-1914) was an Environmental Activist, Journalist, and founder of the Sierra Club (1892). Muir also helped establish Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks. He advised the federal government to adopt a forest conservation policy through articles he published in newspapers. John Muir was born April 21, 1838, in Dunbar, Scotland. When he was 11 years old he and his family immigrated to the United States to settle in Wisconsin. John attended the University of Wisconsin in…

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    Telesforas Valius Essay

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    Telesforas Valius was the youngest of his family, born July 10, 1914 in Riga, Latvia. Being born in a Lithuanian family, the family returned to Lithuania in 1918. Telesforas entered the Kaunas Art School after being encouraged by his art teacher in grade school. Telesforas studied woodcuts in Japanese when he took his brief visit to Paris. Telesforas worked in art his whole life after school, beginning with his part time job as an artist at Kaunas Textile Company. Later in 1942 he became a…

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