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lshads last won the day on June 10 2013

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    Time Travel

    {Insert Nerdy Doctor Who TARDIS Joke Here}
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    Physics of Dropping a Ball

    How can you be so sure?
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    The Physics of Punching Something

    Nice!!! I sure wouldn't like to be punched like that though....
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    The Physics of Roof Trusses II

    I am very impressed by your independent study! You have prepared yourself well for your intended major.
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    MY LAST BLOG POST D:

    Yes, I agree also! AP Physics has so many twists and turns that we must remember the day of the test
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    An interesting use for Faraday Cage

    Theres no kind of free like stolen free! More like why don't we learn this in class...
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    My Last Blog Entry

    I totally agree! Mr. Fullerton makes his students ready to get a 5 on the AP if they stay on task!
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    A Blog Post about Blog Posts

    Zach, way to get lazy at the very end of you blog posts dude! But I do agree with you, these blogs, even if most of us wait way to late, force us to put physics into new scenarios to gain more extensive knowledge.
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    More Kerbal Space Program

    Kerbal Space Program was awesome! You should try the broccoli formation for fuel intake some time!
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    Free 20GB Storage -- Great for Going off to School

    Thank you very much! I like this system much better than dropbox for easy data storage!
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    the end

    Best of luck in college Joe! And by the way, we missed you in BC the rest of the year!
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    Quarter 4 and The End of Senior Year

    Guys, we have just finished the hardest classes in the school. I think I speak for all of us that senior year was quite stressful, but a great relief as well. We gained knowledge that far surpassed any other year. With Physics and Calculus placed 2nd and 3rd period conveniently, I think we all became morning people! To be honest, I never expected leaving to really effect me the way that it is currently. I am truly going to miss all of my high school friends. We have all toughed out our years, pushing ourselves to new limits, and helping each other along the way. With heavy hearts, we all must say goodbye and move on to our next years of school. We will spread out across the country to take our education beyond that of what we have seen thus far. I will miss my teachers as well, who have helped me reach my potential and helped me to my current grades. I feel ready for college now and whatever life pushes my way. I wish you all the best of luck in your future careers, and I hope we will be able to stay in touch, if we don't see each other in the newspapers making a difference to the world. So long nerds of 2013!!
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    Tips for Students Entering Next Year

    1. Keep up with the blog posts!!! DO NOT PROCRASTINATE LIKE I DID, IT IS NOT VERY FUN TO DO. The blog posts are not a large amount of work, and they are a massive grade booster for the class. 2. Read the Textbook!!! The few times I took a look at Tipler, I gained valuable, relevant information on the current topic in class. It is by far the most useful tool Mr. Fullerton will give you when you miss a day. When I was out sick for 3 days, the textbook taught me the entirety of Gauss's law, which would have tanked me if I didnt understand it. I wish I had taken more advantage. 3. If you need help or don't like your grade, talk to Mr. Fullerton!!! He is a very understanding teacher who will go out of his way to make his students happy. You don't have to worry about grades in the class, because if you give your best effort, do you blog posts, and keep up with the lectures, Mr. Fullerton will go out of his way to make sure that you tough out the class and get a grade that you will be proud of. Hope this helps, class of 2014!!
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    Kerbal Space Program Continued

    Now that I finally understand how to control the Kerbins, it's just about time to stop! I am always excited to got to phyics now so that I can take my crack at doing a new mission at Kerbal Space Program. Our missions have gotten increasingly competitive lately, since recently charlie and I were able to orbit Duna, and another group was actually able to land, dock, and return home from Duna! I am amazed by the scope of this program, as there seems to be a new twist, turn, and addition to the playing. I love this game so much that I might just buy it myself for my home computer! I really enjoyed the learning experience it gave me to be able to learn so much more about the thrust required to escape, create and monitor different orbits in order to make precise manuvers. Theres no pressure quite like trying to make the right efficient burn in order to exit orbit of Kerbin and try and create an encounter with Duna or Eve.
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    RIT Physics Program

    I am excited to start my college physics programs next year. Since I have collected so many credits (Thank you Mr. Fullerton and Mr. Powlin!), I will not need to take the first two courses of Physics at RIT. Therefore, I will be taking a physics exploration class the first year. This will allow me to look at all different kinds of physics, even units we never covered in high school. I am very enthusiastic about the quantum level of physics, and I enjoyed the modern unit in B, so I think i will be able to find alot of enjoyment out of the class. I think it will also help me begin to decide the type of physics I will be taking. Also, I have enrolled into Electrical Engineering to have more job opportunities coming out of college. Overall, as this year comes to a close, I can't wait to see what college has to offer me!

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