Monthly Archives: September 2015

The French Revolution and The Glorious Revolution

This is about a second cause of the French Revolution – the Glorious Revolution. In 1688 Dutch prince, William of Orange (William III) and his wife Mary (Mary II) became the king and queen of England. Their claim to the … Continue reading

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Making Noise

In this world we are constantly bombarded with noise in every waking hour. This noise comes from a variety of sources. There is the noise from technology and also the noise from people and animals. I once lived near a … Continue reading

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Travelling

The desire to travel I feel rests deeply within many of us. For some their¬†dreams will eventually be realised but for others they must spend their lives in books or on the internet dreaming about what life would be like … Continue reading

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Waves

I have been looking into the way that waves are formed recently. Here is a brief outline of the way that waves are formed. Out at sea, the wind blows pushing water particles against each other in an orbital motion. … Continue reading

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Letters

To me, letters are a thing of beauty, capable of so much. The way that letters look¬†in different fonts fascinate me and I like using different fonts for different tasks. I also like trying to write letters so that they … Continue reading

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