The minute I woke up this morning I knew something felt strange. It was as if I was seventy pounds lighter! I felt as though there was nothing holding me down. When I opened my eyes and started to move, I realized I was not even lying on my bed. It seemed like I was floating. Immediately, I thought about being in space, and if this wasn’t just a dream how fun it would be! I thought too soon and it actually turned out to be a really bad day. Getting up was a struggle. There was nothing holding me down to the floor so I tried to swim. It didn’t work. The worst part is, with such a small amounts of gravity in the world, nothing stayed where it was. The furniture started to float and moving was nearly impossible. I struggled to get to the bathroom by kicking myself from wall to wall. When I grabbed my toothbrush out of the air, I turned the faucet and the water didn’t go out straight! It just started coming out slowly and floated up. I had to catch it in my mouth in order for it to work. I spit the water out and then realized what a terrible idea that was. There was dirty water floating through the air and I didn’t know what to do. Despite my teeth brushing complications, I was still optimistic and excited to see how the day went. I was convinced that it would be just like one of the cartoons where it was loads of fun to live with less gravity. I managed to get myself dressed, out the door and into my car. The thing is, my car was levitating above the ground! It was very inconvenient. After the long difficult two mile moon leap to school, I went straight to Mr. Sutton’s Physics class to ask him if he had any idea what was going on. When I walked in however, I found my entire class there wondering the same thing. The only problem was, Mr. Sutton was nowhere to be found. We used the black phone connected to the wall to call down the office and see if they knew where our teacher was. I was on the phone for what seemed like 200 rings when
In a world without gravity, one would be weightless, but always nauseous. Because of this, it would be very difficult to complete a lot of your daily activities without throwing up. If you tried to eat something while you and your food are floating around, you will probably have a lot of trouble trying to hold your food down. In 0-g, life would be very hard. Roller coasters are a perfect example of this. I do not do well on roller coasters. I get sick when I encounter zero gravity for that split….
Imagine what life would be like without gravity. Would it be fun or maybe the most horrible experience ever? Astronauts are forced to deal with these types of issues everyday. In the story 'Life Without Gravity,' astronauts are challenged to find solutions for problems faced in space. Despite all the problems, there are also positive outcomes of experiencing zero gravity. Weightlessness has advantages such as being fun and useful. There are also disadvantages such as changes in the body and nausea….
Life without IT
In 21th century, people are probably all in Facebook, Twitter, Weibo, etc. Are you spending too much time on your computer? A recent survey shows that about 83% of users said “Yes” and only 17% of users said “No”. Internet influences us so much! But, did you ever think that if there haven’t computer any more, so what would life be like without the Internet?
People may say that:” No, it is impossible! Although Steve Jobs died, but Apple Company still survives.” So here I want….
earth; gravity. Whenever I think of gravity, the same questions never fail to come to mind. What exactly is gravity? Could human life possible go on without gravity? How exactly does gravity work in terms of numbers and formulas? How was gravity truly discovered and defined, and by whom? Gravity is universal, and it not affects earth and its inhabitants, but also the entire nebulous of stars and planets.
Gravity is the force that pulls all things toward the center of the earth. Gravity holds your….
AGRODEP Technical Note TN-04
The Gravity Model in International Trade
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Gravity is the force that keeps objects close to the earth
Not only does gravity keep objects close to the earth it also keeps the solar system revolving the sun
Gravity was discovered by Isaac Newton
Acceleration of objects that is due to gravity on Earth is 9.8 m/s
Also, according to Mr. Newton’s First Law, once the egg was moving, it didn’t want to stop. The container of water interrupted the egg’s fall, providing a safe place for the egg to stop moving so you could recover it unbroken….
can be a way to deliver messages, a poetic medium, a fine art, or nothing more than a source of entertainment. No matter what it is used for, music is the perfect art and our lives would be that much less complete without it that life as we know it would not at all be the same without music. Music is the perfect art. It has movement, because it progresses over a set period of time. All musical works have a beginning and an end. However, music does not restrict the audience in the way that movies….
A Life without Technology
Every time I experience a power outage I would just usually lie on the couch and sleep through the whole ordeal. I could not imagine life without electricity to power all of our devices that helps us live through our everyday experiences.
Putting electricity aside, every aspect of our life is touched by technology. Our transportation, everyday communications right down to the present method of teaching is influenced by technology. Have you ever wondered….
get to bed until midnight. I don’t even like to think of what life would be like without my computer because I use it through out most of my day. The school I attend requires their students to retrieve all the necessary information for his or her classes via internet. I also use the computer for several other reasons that are equally important. I would say that on average I am on my computer about ten to twenty hours a week.
My life would change dramatically, since many of the daily functions I….
What Would Life be Like Without the Internet?
An interesting question in an age where the Internet plays an integral part of everyday life, business and society! So what are the implications of a life without the internet?
Well firstly we should ask the question in a more specific circumstance.
What would life be like with no Internet if the ‘plug’ was pulled today?
We’ll be looking at this topic from this angle, rather than trying to imagine the world without the Internet had it never been….