Wind Power

Word Count: 441 Approx Pages: 2

Modern wind energy primarily consists of three things, a tower, a rotor, and a hacelle. A tower is where the wind turbine is mounted. A rotor is turned by the wind. The hacelle houses the equipment, including the generator that converts the mechanical energy in the spinning rotor to electrical e ... Continue Reading

Controlling the food supply

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In order to control the food supply it was agreed that the milk and windmill apples (and also the main crop of apples when they ripened) should be reserved for the pigs alone. Another way to control the food supply would be to give the larger animals a bigger amount of ... Continue Reading

Animal Farm

Word Count: 668 Approx Pages: 3

Animal Farm is a story about a group of animals who live in a farm in England which belongs to a man named Mr. Jones. After years of mistreatment, shortage in food and very hard work the animals decide to take action and start a revolution in the farm. The story begins with a secret meeting of all ... Continue Reading

The Windmill, a Legacy That Withstood Time

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Historically the only thing that windmills have been used for is to pump water, grind grain, produce electricity, and just sit decoratively. A windmill is a wind-powered device that is used to produce some form of energy. There are so many windmills that range from very simple to very complex. A ... Continue Reading

Wind under Power

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We use energy every single day. It is surrounds us in different forms, such as light, heat, and electricity. Our bodies use energy stored in carbohydrates and protein to move, breathe, grow and think. Mankind has built and invented millions of machinery to use energy, to make our daily lives much e ... Continue Reading

Wind Energy

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A New England machinist obtained the first American windmill patent in 1854. Until 1920, wind power was a major form of energy in the western United States, essential to development. Prior to 1920, thousands of windmills were put up across the Great Plains and helped settle the West. Windmills were ... Continue Reading

Wind Power

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The world has many ways of using energy to turn it into electricity. Using wind power is one way we produce electricity. In some people's opinion, wind power is the best way to produce electricity, but opinions vary. Even though not everyone agrees that using wind power is the best met ... Continue Reading

A Worn Path

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In Eudora Welty’s short story “A Worn Path” we quickly learn love can give us strength to overcome adversity. The author chooses to use the character of the story as well as the symbols to develop the theme of the story. The short story is a tale about an elderly woman’s journey into tow ... Continue Reading

Short Story

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The motivation of short story characters, as well as the theme, is revealed by authors through dialogue, setting and symbolism. These three stories stress the need for this kind of writing. In a ‘Worn Path’ Eudora Welty introduces Phoenix through settings to show she’s goal oriented. On the ... Continue Reading

Napoleon and Snowball

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At a first glance, Snowball and Napoleon appear to be relatively alike, but there are, in fact, several differences between them, in addition to their obvious similarities. They unmistakably share several physical characteristics, as well as similar personalities, strengths, etc. However, their id ... Continue Reading

Snowball and Napoleon

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At a first glance, Snowball and Napoleon appear to be relatively alike, but there are, in fact, several differences between them, in addition to their obvious similarities. They unmistakably share several physical characteristics, as well as similar personalities, strengths, etc. However, their id ... Continue Reading

Alternative Energy

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Could you imagine living in a world that is extremely hot in one area and extremely cold in another? Without solar energy, which we get from the sun, this is how our world would be. The sun heats the earth’s air, land, and oceans at different rates, causing ocean currents and winds to exist. Win ... Continue Reading

Symbolism in A Worn Path

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Eudora Welty, the author of “A Worn Path”, used most of her symbolism when hinting that it was Christmas time and using phrases that compare her long and grueling journey to life itself. Some physical characteristics of Phoenix, such as her hair and eyes, contribute to the symbolism of youth and ... Continue Reading

Animal Farm essay

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The novel Animal Farm was written by George Orwell in the early 1940s. Animal Farm takes place on an imaginary farm in England in an unknown time period. The story is in the past tense and is told by a narrator. Major, the boar, gathers all of the animals on the Manor Farm for ... Continue Reading

Sir Isaac Newton

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Sir Isaac Newton, an astronomer, mathematician, and a scientist is described to be “one of the greatest names in history of human thought.” Newton, born on December 25, 1642 in Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, England, was interested in creating mechanic toys as a young boy. He even invented an impres ... Continue Reading


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Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452 in Anchiano, Italy outside of Florence. He was the son of a Florentine notary, Piero da Vinci and a peasant woman named Caterina. Leonardo’s parents were never married and only his father raised him. His father taught Leonardo’ ... Continue Reading

Animal Farm

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1. Clover accuses Mollie of looking over the hedge that divides Animal Farm from Foxwood and allowing one of Mr. Pilkingtons men to stroke her nose. An offensive action considered to be by the whole animal farm population. ... Continue Reading

Animal Farm

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“In this chapter the decline from ideal democracy to dictatorship is completed. Show how Orwell illustrates this to the reader in the context of both animal farm and the wider world” In this chapter of animal farm we can see that Napoleon has been totall ... Continue Reading

Animal Farm: Strong vs Weak

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The pigs had objectives other than the benefits and the good of the other animals. On the contrary, their objectives were to use, conquer, and capitalize on them. One of the conflicts in Animal Farm is the strong against the weak. The strong are the pigs and the weak are all the other animals. There ... Continue Reading

Animal Farm Analysis

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Critical Analysis of Animal Farm by George Orwell Animal Farm was written by George Orwell and published in 1946. This story is about the Manor Farm in England, around the time of the Russian revolution. The animals on this farm started their own revolution because they were so irritated with the ... Continue Reading

Animal Farm

Word Count: 1649 Approx Pages: 7

This novel takes place at a farm, which its name is Manor Farm, who’s owned by Mr. Jones. He a drunk that never really took care of his animals. There was a Boar that lived on the farm his name was Old Major. He is twelve years old, had lately grown rather stout, majestic- looking pig, tushes neve ... Continue Reading

The View's Of George Orwell

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George Orwell’s views on the future were astonishing but yet very creepy. His book 1984 is a chilling insight into the future. It could only be written with the conviction of George Orwell who believed it could actually happen. In 1903 George Orwell is born in Bengal, India on June 25. H ... Continue Reading

Man Of La Mancha

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I read the play “The Man Of La Mancha” by Dale Wasserman, Joe Darion and Mitch Leigh. The Man Of La Mancha is set in the age of the Spanish Inquisition in Spain. The set begins in a dank prison cell scene filled with prisoners that await judgment of the captain of the Inquisition. A man name ... Continue Reading

Animal Farm

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Animal Farm, written by George Orwell, is a masterpiece mocking communism. Animalism, which represents communism, was a revolution that didn't work. Animalism was supposed to make life better for the animals but instead their lives got worse. By the end of the story, everything had ch ... Continue Reading

Animal Farm

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In George Orwell’s Animal Farm the animals of this English farm decide to revolt in a time of despair. In the midst of the mass confusion, two pigs emerge as leaders of this new farm called “Animal Farm.” These two pigs were Napoleon “a large and rather fierce-looking Berkshire boar, not muc ... Continue Reading