Also another detail to prove my theory is on a recent discovery in 2013 by Dr.Chris Naunton after he took an autopsy on king tut’s mummified corpse he discovered that the boy had broken bones in his right foot and had shattered his right kneecap as well, as several shattered ribs and a broken pelvis. (hips) So how come this is true because for a fact king tut’s may have got injured in a chariot crash, because if he didn 't how did he break all these bones? And if it was common for Chariot races why wouldn 't a 9-year-old? Wanna do it if he had no rules he was a pharaoh he was the king of Egypt he could have done whatever he wanted!Another detail that proves he could of died in a crash is he got kicked of a horse because in egypt it was shown that riding horses was a thing so maybe the horse got out of control and sadly kicked him out and he may of opened his chest from the injury or got his arms cut..So I think this is a reason of why King tut 's could have died at such a young age. Conclusion In conclusion this is why I think king tut 's could have died at such a young age I think my three theories with evidence is well proven with good facts and good evidence it has been viewed by scientist and doctors
Causes and Consequences of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire On March 25, 1911, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory caught fire, killing nearly one hundred and fifty workers. It has since been referred to as the “worst workplace disaster in New York City history until 9/11.” The corruption of Max Blanck and Isaac Harris, Triangle owners, and Tammany Hall permitted the horrendous working conditions in the factory which ultimately caused the Triangle fire and consequent one hundred and forty-six deaths. Although tragic, this disaster served as a catalyst in the development of modern occupational health and safety regulations and fire prevention
yesterday morning.Les Goodman,a Maple Street citizen, had his car mysteriously tutn on, and they bombarded him and made accusations that he was an alien or something. Then suddenly a man named Charlie Fitzgerald’s mechanical objects came on also and they accused him. When I talked to Michael Jackson Jr I found out that a man later died who was known as Peter Van Horn. The police found out that he died from a gunshot and later found out Charlie Fitzgerald shot him out of suspicion. Rest In Peace Mr. Pete Mr. Van Horn’s death stirred the pot even more.
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Devastated, President Muffley calls upon Dr.Strangelove to explain the consequences of the doomsday device. Strangelove explains that by harboring people in mine shafts they would likely be able to “preserve a nucleus of human specimen” until the earth's surface became inhabitable again in one hundred years. The movie ends with Strangelove excitedly declaring “Mein Fuhrer! I can walk!” as he stands from his wheelchair before the device is triggered. The final moments consist of varying angles of the bomb exploding, accompanied by the song We’ll Meet Again by Vera
On April 19th, 1995 Timothy McVeigh parked a rental Ryder truck in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, and lit a short fuse to a bomb on the truck that caused a huge explosion. The bombing killed 168 people, including 19 children that were in a daycare center within the building, and caused over 600 injuries. The Oklahoma City bombing is considered to be the worst domestic terroristic event in our nation’s history. On April 20th, 1995 the rear axle to the rental Ryder truck was discovered with a vehicle identification number that aided law enforcement to the location of where the rental truck was from. The truck was rented from a location in Junction City, Kansas, where employees at the rental shop were able to help authorities
His father was a very powerful, but strict ruler. Tut became king at age 9 and ruled for a total of only ten years until his sudden death. He was nineteen years old when he died and was forgotten for many, many years. In 1922 his tomb was discovered and we came to really know a lot of things about this young king. People today have their theories about King Tut’s death, but we are still unsure what the real outcome was.
When the first bomb hit, it shook the radiators; everyone knew something bad had happened, but it was not until the second hit they knew they were in trouble. Chris works in a restaurant about 100 feet away from the explosion site of the second bomb in the Boston Marathon Massacre, so he witnessed the full effects and the pandemonium that it caused. The impact of some of the events are serious, and life changing. In a hero’s journey, the hero has a choice: they can take up the challenge, or leave unscathed. Chris did not have that choice, he could not unsee what he had seen, and he did not have the option to run away.
… Yep, so that means I was staring at a geometry book that was at least thirty years older than I was. … that old, old, old, decrepit geometry book hit my heart with the force of a nuclear bomb” (Alexi 31), Below the quote is an image of Junior throwing a book at Mr. P to relieve his anger (paraphrasing evidence Alexi 31). One’s passion being destroyed right in front of their face can cause them a lot of pain no matter how small. That is exactly what happened to Junior, that little book broke his heart, and to cope with it, he threw it as hard as he