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    Atlantic Ocean Slavery

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    discriminations, segregations, poor social economic status, racism, and inequality for black people. As the demands of products like tobacco, rice, and cotton increased, American had to come up with an idea of how to exploit millions of African slaves. The Atlantic Ocean became the route of the American to

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    first woman to fly solo across the atlantic ocean, Amelia Earhart. Amelia Earhart is influential because she was the 16th woman to get her pilot 's licence, she set a speed record of 100 kilometers, and she never gave up on her speed to fly. Amelia has many accomplishments here are some of her accomplishments. According to the information and articles about Amelia Earhart, a famous woman in history, it states, “the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.” That explains one of her accomplishments

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    winds are relatively consistent breezes that blow from the northeast in the northern hemisphere (Northeasterlies), and blow from the southeast in the southern hemisphere (Southeasterlies) towards the equator. Seamen taking voyages across the Atlantic Ocean on large sailing vessels used the trade winds because they were reliable and rarely stopped blowing. When a trade wind reaches the west it loops back east and turns into a prevailing westerly. Trade winds have influences on the weather and

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    violent storms on Earth. Have you ever wondered how they form? Hurricanes form in the late summer and fall when the sun heats the ocean water to over 82 degrees fahrenheit. Most hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean start off the west coast of Africa as thunderstorms. Strong winds combine with the thunderstorms to create a tropical storm. As the storm moves over the ocean, it sucks in warm water like a vacuum which gives power to the storm. When the wind speeds reach 75 miles per hour or higher the storm

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    hurricane is a type of storm called a tropical cyclone, which forms over tropical or subtropical water (NOAA’s National Ocean Service). when a storm’s wind speed is 74 mph it is called as hurricane. Hurricanes form in Atlantic basin. Different examples of hurricane are hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Sandy that made massive destruction in their areas. The warm and moist air rises over the ocean surface, this air moves up and away from the surface and then there is less air left near the surface, warm air

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    Amelia Earhart Biography

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    because nursing is taking care of the sick and injured and piloting is being in control, in the air. 4) Yes, she supposedly would be competitive as stated in the text she participated in competitions and set world records. Amelia flew across the Atlantic Ocean in record time, 13 hours and 30 minutes. This shows that she would have been determined to be the best at whatever she did. Amelia participated in a cross country air race for women pilots. This shows that she would be up for a race or competition

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    There were Spain, England, France, Russia and China expeditions that visited all parts of the Ocean including Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Ocean basin. Europeans were not the only people who explored the larger world. However, what makes the Europeans go on a new world excursion to explore new lands? It is to claim new lands, to make their own empire stronger by obtaining natural resources and to develop new empires. As for the societies of Asia, Africa, and the Near East, why didn’t they join

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    celebrity in the Boston area. In 1927, after Charles Lindbergh 's did a solo flight from New York to Paris, people started to give interest for a woman to fly across the Atlantic. I 1928, Earhart had gotten a phone call from Captain Hilton H (Infoplease). He was a pilot, and asked Earhart if she would like to fly across Atlantic. Amelia quickly agreed to this. She than went to New York to have an interview, and to meet with the people in charge of this project. She was going to be the first woman

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    “More than 1,000 ships and planes have disappeared in the triangle area over the past five centuries and such mysterious incidents on the Atlantic continue to take place even at present days”(Bhattacharya). Even though thousands of lives are lost every year due to magnetic and supernatural forces, the Bermuda Triangle does not exist because the inclement weather in the Gulf causes ships and planes to disappear, and theorists fabricate the mystery to derive attention. The Bermuda Triangle is a mythical

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    Cuban Culture Essay

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    Cuba Cuba is a large island nation that is a lovely place to be. Where is it? It is about 150 km south of Key West, down by Florida. Cuba is between the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. A quote from Cuba Heritage states: “Cuban culture is world renowned. It’s colorful history is eloquently expressed in its fabulous architecture, its national traditions, and local customs”(Cuba Heritage: Cuban Culture). After reading, you’ll be an expert on Cuba’s Geography, Climate, Government, Economy, Culture

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    Amelia Earhart: The Woman in the Sky Amelia Mary Earhart, the first women to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, is known as one of America’s first celebrities. She was born in 1898, where women were not thought of being as capable as men. She challenged common perceptions by breaking world aviation records, to show that women were equal to men, and could even succeed to do things that men failed to. As a child, she was raised as a proper Victorian woman, but, to her grandmother’s disapproval, decided

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    Essay On Hurricanes

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    need it, and provide a global heat balance. (“5 Things Hurricanes Can Do That Are Actually Good.” The Weather Channel). Hurricanes begin as tropical storms over the warm waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Overall, hurricanes have changed lives. Hurricanes are known to form over the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans near the equator. Hurricanes start as air

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    a hurricane, ocean water over 79°F, and a wind that doesn’t change much in speed and in direction. If a tropical depression turns into a tropical storm, it is given a name from a list in alphabetical order for that year and each year the list rotates from five other lists to form six lists in total. In the Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Easter-Pacific Ocean these storms are called hurricanes, in the Western-Pacific Ocean they are called Typhoons and in the Indian Ocean, the Bay of Bengal

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    activator who mysteriously disappeared in 1937 while trying to circumnavigate the globe from the equator.” https://www.biography.com/people/amelia-earhart-9283280 A plane Earhart was flying disappeared somewhere near Holland Island in the Pacific Ocean. Because Amelia’s dream was to be the first person to travel the Earth and around the equator quickly ended up with her disappearing on July 2, 1937. Her disappearance had everyone

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    According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), hurricanes, or tropical cyclones, are storms that usually in warm ocean waters with low vertical shears, or winds that do not change in speed as it travels up in the atmosphere. This phenomenon begins with a small distribution of rain clouds above warm sea water that eventually builds up into a tropical storm, with wind speeds reaching 63 kilometers per hour. Under the right conditions, the storm will gain rapid wind speeds of

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    earth becoming warmer and since the earth is becoming warmer the ocean heats up, Since hurricanes are created from the warm air from the ocean rising and building up, making this giant storm. it will become more frequent due to the more warm air in the oceans building up. On May 22, 2014 a news item was released by environment Canada stating that hurricane season runs from june until november this is because the waters in the atlantic ocean are finally warm enough to start creating tropical cyclones and

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    Amelia Earhart had various achievements that influenced pilots all around the world. She was the first female to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean and broke a lot of other flight records. She became a symbol of the rising prominence and importance of the airplane in American life and created a big step for women 's independence. Amelia is known all around the world for her bravery and perseverance. She became a huge role model for women all across the globe, as well as inspiring pilots as well.

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    found the island of San Salvador. Most of his discoveries, though, were on the trips that he led to find new lands. On his first trip, he took three widely known ships, the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria. On all of his trips, he crossed the Atlantic Ocean to get to the Bahamas and the Caribbean Islands. On the first trip, he left behind 40 crew members on a Caribbean island in March of 1493, and went back home. In August of 1493, they came back and everyone and everything had been destroyed. He

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    Hurricane Joaquin manifested in the Atlantic Ocean on September 27 and made its way to the Eastern United States, constantly growing in size and intensity. The hurricane eventually reached the strength of a category four hurricane with wind speeds up to a 155 mph, only two mph shy from becoming a category five hurricane (Hurricane Joaquin Recap, 2015). Though many meteorologists suspected that the hurricane would make landfall in the mainland United States, it made a drastic turn to Bermuda, but

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    come to Asia. Supposedly, his first voyage to the Atlantic Ocean nearly cost him his life because the commercial fleet he was sailing with was attacked by French privateers off the coast of portugal. When the ship was burned it caused Columbus to have to swim to the Portuguese shore and make his way to Lisbon, Portugal. Of course Columbus participated in several other expeditions. Many of them were to Africa where he was learning about the Atlantic currents. Columbus then created a plan to sail west

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