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American History covers all topics related to the birth of the United States of America. From the revolutionary war, all the way to September 11th if your looking for an type of event that impacts the United States you’ll find it here.

  1. Waterspout Tornado

    INFORMATIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Tornadoes Purpose: To inform the audience about tornadoes. 1. INTRODUCTION A. Attention getter: What can throw tractor trailers threw the air like matchbox cars, rip homes to shreds and travel at speeds near 400 MPH? B. Audience

  2. Tsunami

    fact-ite Acknowledgement: Greg McNamara, Education and Outreach, Geological Society of Australia G EO f A ct S AN d A ctiviti ES f O r th E cl ASS r OOM What is a tsunami? Tsunami is the Japanese name given to large waves that sometimes devastated

  3. Tornado Vs Cyclone

    Differences between Cyclone and Tornado Cyclone and Tornado are two furies of nature that show differences between them in terms of their nature and phenomenon. (i) One of the main differences between cyclone and tornado is that cyclone develops over sheets of water. On the other hand

  4. Plate Tectonics Press Release

    Plate Tectonics Press Release GLG.101 August 16, 2013 Plate Tectonics Press Release Natural destroys are a part of the nature of the world. There are many different kinds of natural destroys hurricanes, tornados, tropical storms, and earthquakes. The great state of California is no

  5. Tornados and Hurricanes

    Tornadoes vs. Hurricanes What is the difference between a tornado and a hurricane? A tornado is a dark funnel shaped cloud that is made of rotating winds which are very violent. A hurricane is a tropical cyclone with constant winds that can pass 74 mph. And appear with rain, thunder and

  6. Wind and Strong Tornadoes

    A tornado is defined as a violently rotating column extending from a thunderstorm to the ground.The most violent tornadoes are capable of tremendous destruction with wind speeds of two hundred and fifty miles per hour or more.Damage paths can be more one mile wide and fifty miles long. In an

  7. TITLE:TORNADOESMy essay is about tornadoes, it includes: Introduction, how they are formed and measured, case studies and conclusion (I got given the best mark in my class for it)

    This report is on tornadoes, how tornadoes are formed, different types of tornadoes, American tornadoes and some facts on the subject of tornadoes. What is a tornado? A tornado, commonly known as a twister, is a violent spinning column of air. Tornadoes are numerous and devastating. During

  8. Tsunami

    On December 26, 2004, the Indian Ocean earthquake, or the Sumatra-Andaman earthquake, caused a tsunami that killed 230,000 people and was recorded as the deadliest tsunami in known history. The earthquake was recorded as between 9.1 and 9.3 on the Richter scale, the second largest earthquake

  9. Tsunami and Wind-generated Waves Vs

    A tsunami is a series of ocean waves generated by sudden displacements in the sea floor, landslides, or volcanic activity. In the deep ocean, the tsunami wave may only be a few inches high. The tsunami wave may come gently ashore or may increase in height to become a fast moving wall of

  10. Collisions and Conservation of Momentum

    Abstract: In this experiment, two object collided both elastically and in inelastically, the purpose of this experiment is to study the principle of conservation of momentum in collisions using two bodies. We also calculated the amount of kinetic energy in elastic and inelastic collisions