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    Stars are an appealing component of our universe. Because of our scientific advances, we know more about stars than ever before. They are born, they live, and then they die. How does this process work, though? The answer lies within thermodynamics. Thermodynamics has helped us understand how stars transfer energy and heat. Thermodynamics is a subject of physics that is concerned with heat and temperature. It is used to describe bodies of matter and their internal energy. Thermodynamics helps us…

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    magnifies 20 times the size of an object. His inventions allowed him to lead to many discoveries. These discovers which where the first to have set eyes on by Galileo. These discoveries where the four satellites of Jupiter, and also the observation of a supernova, verify the phases of Venus, and discover sunspots. These discoveries proved the Copernican system which states that the earth and other planets revolve around the sun. Prior to the Copernican system, it was held that the universe was…

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    Monopoly In The 1930's

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    While researching popular toys, games and entertainment in the 1930’s I found that Monopoly is one of the most popular games during this time. Marry Hoyer Dolls weir the dolls of the century. Entertainment was a big time thing because of the Radio from Space and the Frankenstein Monster which was one the most popular films from the 1930’s. These historical events are still interpreted in today’s time. In the 1930’s the Parker Brothers was the first to permit the use of Monopoly. The Parker…

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    The differences between a controversy in science and a non-scientific controversy are the data or even, the lack of data, the method of resolution, the situation or controversy itself, the process, and more. A scientific controversy involves a debate concerning a significant amount of people in the scientific community. The people involved have to be actively focusing their attention on that controversy, their research is concentrating on. All the scientists involved have to have a particular…

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    star dies. Depending on the intensity of the loss, the star will be nearer to the two.” “Eh, why are you telling us that?” China asked. France chuckles and glances at me, which I pretend not to notice. “It’s because, earlier, last night, a large supernova can be seen with the naked eye.” The others immediately gasped silently, except Japan who just remained silent. “SO HE REALLY DID DIE?! THIS ISN’T A PRANK?!” England shouted. “DAMN THAT IDIOT! Having to die…so close to that day…” England,…

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    Fusion has created every molecule that exists, as it combines atoms with more pressure and heat closer to the core of a star, in very large or dense stars, their higher gravity allows this Fusion to create really dense particles, and when they go supernova at the end of their life, gold can be formed from the amazing pressure and temperatures. Unfortunately, it does not create the matter itself, and it messes with the arrangement of electrons, neutrons and protons instead. We currently believe…

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    therefore making a telescope that could magnify things 20 times as much, what an extraordinary difference. According to my source it states that, “With this telescope, he was able to look at the moon, discover the four satellites of Jupiter, observe a supernova, verify the phases of Venus, and discover sunspots.” With creating the telescope Galileo Galilei was able to prove his rival/opponent Nicolaus Copernicus wrong. In the beginning Copernicus believed that the sun revolved around the Earth…

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    The story of Galio, the colossus sentinel started a long time ago. Back before Demacia existed, lone bands of refugees wandered across the lands, searching for a home and protection against the dark mages. Finally, they came upon an ancient forest, where the wood of the trees was instilled with anti magic capabilities. And the refugees all agreed this would be their new home. So they started a city, and they called it Demacia. They used the trees and combined them with ash and lime to…

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    Three people with three ideas, and a whole bunch of time between them. Beginning with Ptolemy and his claim that the earth was must be the center of the solar system based on basic evidence that the stars in the sky seemed to rotate around the earth. Including the sun that rose in the east and set in the west every day. Theis model of the solar system was widely accepted as fact for over 2,000 years and was later named the geocentric model. Two scientists that came later on changed the world's…

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    tweaking the model or idea to improve upon it. The first historically important astronomer to disagree with his work was Tycho Brache. He was a very talented, trained astronomer all over Europe. Brache discovered a new star, but known today as a supernova, in 1572 and a new comet in 1577. This did not go along with the Aristotelian view because new stars can never come about because the heavens are perfect and unchangeable. This alone would mean the Aristotelian view was incorrect, but he didn’t…

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