History of Samsung

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Hello 🙂 In this article, we will talk about the History of Samsung. Dive into Samsung’s evolution from a humble grocery store inception in 1938 to a trailblazing global conglomerate. Explore their iconic Galaxy series, pioneering semiconductor dominance, and commitment to sustainability. Facts When was Samsung founded? It was founded on March 1, 1938 When […]

Blackholes

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A black hole is a cosmic body or space region where gravity is so intense and strong that nothing, not even light or other electromagnetic waves, can escape. There are different types of black holes. These are: Stellar-mass: Stellar-mass black holes are found throughout our Milky Way galaxy and have masses less than about 100 […]

Samuel Morse Invents the Telegraph

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Who is Samuel Morse? Samuel Morse was born in Charlestown, Massachusetts, on April 27, 1791. He’s an American inventor and painter who studied art as a young man, attended Yale, and studied art in London. After graduation and studying art, he tried to make money by selling his art, but unfortunately, he couldn’t make enough […]

Charles Goodyear and Vulcanized Rubber

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Charles Goodyear didn’t invent rubber, but he developed the process called vulcanization that makes rubber usable and stable. Goodyear was born on Dec. 29, 1800, in New Haven, Conn., U.S. He spent his entire life working with rubber. He first made valves that used rubber life preservers, but the rubber was so unstable. In the […]

The Louisiana Purchase

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In 1803, The French presented the US with an opportunity to purchase the Louisiana territory, which is the western half of the Mississippi River basin, from France by the United States. Thomas Jefferson thought that France might want to control the Mississippi River. So he sent Robert Livingstone and James Monroes to France to negotiate a deal. Surprisingly, they were given […]

The Life of Thomas Jefferson

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Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States, is considered a philosopher more than a politician. Jefferson was born on April 13, 1743, in Shadwell, Virginia. He was also a husband, father, writer, reader, and many other things. He is remembered for many things, like the Treaty of Tripoli, the Louisiana Purchase, and writing […]

Lewis and Clark Expedition

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Doubling the size of the U.S. provided more opportunities for poor families, but the territory needed to be explored and mapped first. Because of this, Jefferson hires Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to lead the expedition. They started in May 1804 from Missouri, traveling to find the origin. The goal was to find a water route […]

Maps and Making Maps

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The earliest maps did not portray the world as it was but instead reflected the beliefs of those who made them. As people learned more about the world around them, maps became more realistic. By the Age of Exploration in Europe, ocean explorers used map making, or cartography, extensively to chart unfamiliar shores. Today, advances […]

Hatshepsut – Ancient Female Egyptian Ruler

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Hatshepsut was an Ancient-Egyptian ruler who was the longest-ruling and most successful female pharaoh. She was born into royalty around 1507BCE. Her father and her brothers were pharaohs, which made her a princess. But she became a powerful ruler. Hatshepsut began in 1478 BCE when she married Pharaoh Thutmose ll at age 12. When her […]

The Six Kingdoms Of Life

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Even though there are over 8 million different species in the world, they can all be classified into only six different general classes that share similar traits. It is an amazing fact that connects all life together. Before microscopes were discovered biologists only thought there were two classes of life – plants and animals. The […]

Malala Yousafzai

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This post is about Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani student and education activist, who is known for her activism for girls’ and women’s rights. Malala is the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize at the age of 17. Quick Facts: Name: Malala Yousafzai Birth date: July 12, 1997 Birthplace: Mingora, Pakistan Education: Lady Margaret […]