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    Stars that are formed with different masses are thought to have different properties, such as low mass stars are more likely to turn into dwarf planets and high mass stars are more likely to turn into supernovas. Average stars like the sun usually become white dwarfs and the process of emitting its outer layers carry on until the stellar core is revealed which is known as a white dwarf. White dwarfs have the mass of a star but are the size of our planet which arose various questions along the lines of why these dwarfs did not expand more. And the answer to this lies in quantum mechanics, as stated in the article Stars by NASA “pressure from fast moving electrons keeps these stars from collapsing. The more massive the core, the denser the white…

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    Children’s Movies – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Almost everyone has seen at least one Disney film in their lifetime, especially at an early age, however have we paused to consider what these seemingly innocent animated films have taught us? Disney classics, such as Snow White, are one of the many films that could have shaped or opened up a children’s mind. The way each character speaks, acts, and even looks like serve a purpose in each film. Disney film Snow White has various…

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    and a sidekick, or sidekicks. In Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Snow White is known as the “fairest of them all,” and an evil Queen wishes to kill her because of her looks. The Evil Queen asks her Magic Mirror who the fairest of them all is, and at first, the Magic Mirror lies to her, just to get the acceptance of the lady whom he is serving. However, he eventually tells her the truth: her scullery maid, Snow White, is far more beautiful than she, The Evil Queen, will ever be. This film does…

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    investigate the part of women, and frequently objectify women. Snow White is a story essentially centered around women and regularly depicts them in uncomplimentary ways. Anne Sexton 's contemporary adaptation "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" depicts the shortcoming and diverse parts of the slightness of women. Anne Sexton 's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" and Brothers Grimm "Snow White" both depict beauty as a vital component of their story. All through the Brothers Grimm "Snow White",…

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    In Walt Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs", the author shows the differences between the middle class and the rich with two extremes. The rich are made out to seem destructive, malevolent and entitled. This is shown because of how Snow White as well as the queen because of how they get what they want. The Queen tells the Huntsman to kill Snow White and all her life Snow White begs for the Huntsman. However, the middle class is made out to look as if they are always joyful and happy, even…

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    I’d like to take you back approximately 78 years ago to a time where the average cost for a brand new home was $4100, gas was 10 cent a gallon, and workers made approximately $1780 a year in wages (The Year 1937, 2004). A time where Franklin D. Roosevelt was the President and our country was on the recovering end of a severe economic downturn known as The Great Depression (This Year 1937, 2004). Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was a recently released movie and the famous “Of Mice and Men,” book…

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    Thesis Statement: During their existence, stars form when the density of interstellar gas and dust, which form molecular clouds, reaches a certain point, and die by collapsing and turning into a white dwarf or a neutron star. Stars can fail and become a brown dwarf. Stars form when the density of the concentration of molecular clouds collapses and reaches a certain point. These regions are usually extremely cold and contain carbon and hydrogen. However, not all materials from the clouds form…

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    The first Black hole appeared to exist in the 18th century. The very first Black hole was found in the year of 1964. Once you get closer and closer to a Black hole the slower the time goes for you. If you get a little bit too close any objects plus yourself could get sunk into it and possibly no way to pull off of it. Red Giant :The red giant is a bright giant star. This star is also known as“hyper giants”. As the temperature changes the color of the star changes either to a orange-yellow or…

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    The Life Cycle of Stars The life cycle of a star is an incredible, miraculous phenomenon that begins with just two elements: helium and hydrogen. The result is the all well known star that is seen twinkling in the night sky and also what lights up the day here on Earth. There are hundreds upon thousands of stars that take on many different sizes and colors. Depending on the size of the star from its birth, the star could take two paths at the end of its life: turn into a nebula leaving behind a…

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    These include red dwarfs and yellow dwarfs. Red dwarfs are the most common star in the Milky Way Galaxy that is small and cool. Yellow dwarfs are also known as G-Type main sequence stars; they are also small. Giants and supergiants are old, large stars. Red giants are usually orange and are about six hundred light years away from Earth. Blue Giants are hot, blue stars that burn helium. Supergiants are the largest type of known star, and are sometimes as big as our entire solar system. When they…

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