5/21/14

2014 Technology Reports

Mr. Welch (5th/6th)

VIRTUAL REALITY

by Dill Pickle

 

ROVERS

by THE KID

the first succesful landing on mars was with the viking 1. it was very slow then after a while nasa made another rover called the viking 2 then the stoped making vikings and changed the name nasa’s scientist are very smart i dont know how they know so much

the cost of 1 rover is about 2.5 billion dollars for 1 rover but the rovers weight 1 ton so thats 1 ton of technology wires and genius ideas the newest rover and the best rover is curiosity it has already landed on mars

the rover curiosity landed on mars in 253 days the u.s has been making drones since  1951 through 2014 the most succesful landing on mars was in 1976 and it was called

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How It Helps

        There are some ways that  Virtual Reality helps. One is that it can make you a beter person in real life. How? Well it gives you a chaleng without them noing it. Then you might just might just do somthing good if it is just picing up pens.

        Two is that it can help you get held. Thats cool. Theres this guy that got on fire and went to the hospital and they ysed virtal reality to heel him and it worked and it is soooooooooooooooooooooooooo cool.

        GETATTENTION.  This report is about TOPIC.  In this report you will read about FIRSTMAINHEADING.  For example, SOMETHINGINTERESTING. Next, you will read about SECONDMAINHEADING, like SOMETHINGINTERESTING.  Finally, you will read about THIRDMAINHEADING. I’ll bet you didn’t know SOMETHINGINTERESTING.

FIRSTMAINHEADING

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

SECONDMAINHEADING

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

THIRDMAINHEADING

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

        This paragraph is about TOPIC. According to SOURCE, [Type your research in your own words.  Make it interesting. Add flavor so it sounds like your voice, not the Internet’s.]

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Works Cited

Last, First. “Title.” http://www.website.com Web.

Last name, First name. "Article Title." Website Title. Publisher of Website, Day Month Year article was published. Web. Day Month Year article was accessed. <URL>.

Example:

Cain, Kevin. "The Negative Effects of Facebook on Communication." Social Media Today RSS N.p., 29 June 2012. Web. 02 Jan. 2013. <http://www.website.com/folder/subfolder/file.html>