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    Time Capsule Artifacts

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    Thank you for choosing our school to select three artifacts for a time capsule that will be taken to Mars on the next space mission. Each student in the ninth grade has identified three artifacts to send into outer space. My artifacts include a Drake CD, a hoverboard, and the Hunger Games book series. Think about all the future generations that would be so thrilled to see an ancient hoverboard that their ancestors’ used. The rolling, rectangular mini-scooter is used by pressing your feet backwards or forwards to move. To spin in circles, you can press down backwards with one foot, and forwards with the other. There really is no point to using this device, but it explains what our generation is all about- fun. At this time in the future, people would probably have already invented hoverboards that can actually hover. They might still want to know what level of technology their ancestors’ were at, though. Another artifact I would send would be a Drake CD. Our future population needs to be educated on what excellent music was in the 2000’s. Drake will no longer be alive in this time, but maybe they will bring his music back. They probably won’t know what the grey compact disk is used for, but we can send…

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    Essay On Hoverboards

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    HOVERBOARDS Hoverboards! Hoverboards are a new transportational device runned them are made in foreign countries and those have the unsafe battery. The hoverboards made in the U.S.A. are safe but they have a different name swag boards which has the same style but just safer. The max speed of them is around 16 mph. These hoverboards are selling from 100 dollars to a whopping 3,000 dollars!!!!!!!!!! They also help the traffic go down on the streets. Hoverboards VS. Skateboard You may think…

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    The hoverboard is a fairly new invention and has been known by many names, such as the hoverboard, sagway, and self-balancing board. Hoverboard looks very similar to a typical skateboard, in the respect that it operates on two wheels (See Figure 1). However, unlike a typical skateboard, hoverboards operate electronically instead of manually. Since the appearance of hoverboards in the feature film Back to The Future, hoverboards have been a futuristic fantasy for millions across the world. Once…

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    Hoverboard Research Paper

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    Designing the hoverboards of the future is not easy, of course nothing good in life is, now is it? Think for a second what is needed. For a teen to ditch his skateboard and go for a new high-tech hoverboard, well it be pretty spectacular and have awesome performance. Consider if you will the barriers the engineers and designers must over come; Air Resistance Gravity Maneuverability Hard Ground Speed Needed to Excite Rider With regards to air-resistance we can excite the…

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    Two new and emerging technologies that present ethical issues are the new Hoverboards and Roomba. Hoverboards are similar to a Segway, but without the handle, and Roomba is a self-cleaning vacuum that replaces human labor. These are fairly new technologies and are becoming more and more popular every day. Some issues raised by these two products are that they are potentially harming public safety. Hoverboards over the past couple of weeks have been catching on fire and exploding. This is a…

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    Riding a hoverboard is an exhilerating experience, but can be challenging at first. This futuristic device has reicieved controversy over the safety of the batteries. Although, with proper care and safety precautions, the danger of hoverboard riding is virtually gone. Hoverboarding is also an energy efficient way to get around, and the transportation device of the future. Hoverboard riding requires preparation, learning, and proper caretaking. Before getting on the hoverboard, one must…

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    “Airbender”. The Airbender is Hobby R Us version of the Hoverboard which is a two wheel self balancing board. The Airbender design is similar to an electric scooter without the handle bars that gives rides the sensation of lavation. This self balancing scooter are changing the game of personal transportation they are the new hottest trend in recreational activities for the younger generation. Hobby R Us is conducting a market research report to identify…

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    Tinorgea Research Paper

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    In Tinorgea we have three different types of transportation. Tinorgea’s forms of transportation are SkyTrans, hoverboards, magnetic cars, and walking. Our SkyTrans pick up at the SkyTrans port, and drop off at the top of every main building, excluding government buildings.The SkyTran ports will be located in The job development section of Tinorgea. The SkyTrans run on underground magnetics, The magnets have different strengths and intensities, here for pushing the SkyTrans up at different levels…

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    Speech On Self-Driving

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    functional hoverboard that actually hovers above the ground (Lexus).…

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    Scientist’s Responsibility The person who doesn’t take responsibility is equivalent to a leader who doesn’t look after his people; spiraling into failure and destruction. Recently, the hoverboard caused an incident where a celebrity ended up in the emergency room. The people who made the hoverboard should be held responsible because their product injured someone. A scientist is responsible if a person is harmed by his/her new creation. Similarly, Mary Shelley writes about a creation who goes…

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