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Internet Research Assignment

Albert Einstein
Albert Einstein was a well-known scientist, famous for his theories on relativity
Amanda's Occupations
Designer and Artist
Christian's Occupations
Architect and Nurse.
Sam's Occupations
Lawyer and Electrician
Galileo Gailei
Galileo Galilei was a famous astronomer known for his studies of the moons in the solar system, and for his several written works
Isaac Newton
An honored philosopher known for his work with gravity and the study of moving objects
Jack's Occupations
Health and Safety Administrator and Journalist
Kenny's Occupations
Physicist and Engineer
Life
Died: April 18th, 1955 in New Jersey
Einstein's Research
-Proposed the theory of relativity which provides a correct description for particles traveling at high speeds
Random Facts
-Einstein's first wife, Mileva Maric, bore a child which mysteriously disappeared shortly after birth. It is unknown if Einstein ever saw the child
-Set demanding rules for his wives, to cook clean, and to expect no intimacy from him
Life
Born February 15th, 1564 in Italy
Died January 8th, 1642 in Italy
Philosopher, Publicist, Mathematican, Illustrator, Writer, Physicist and Astronomer
Work/Inventions
-Studied math and was a chair of mathematics at the University of Pisa
-Invented the thermometer, and the compass
-Discovered the Phases of Venus and studied supernovas
Famous Works
-The Starry Messenger, 1610
-The Assayer, 1623
-Discourses and Mathematical Demonstrations Relating to Two New Sources, 1638
-Related to his work in Mathematics and Astronomy
Life
Born January 4th, 1643 in Lincolnshire
Died March 31st, 1727 in Westminster Abbey
- Educated at the Trinity College of Cambridge from 1661-1668, and the King's School of Grantham from 1655-1659
Newton's 3 Laws of Motion
1. Objects at rest stay at rest, while objects in motion stay in motion
2. F=ma
3. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
Isaac Newton
Isaac Newton
1643-1727
Physicist,
Astronomer,
Mathematician,
and Philosopher
Designer
Designers work in creating what things will look like structurally, and in relation to roller coasters, a designer would work with an architect and a physicist to formulate a safe and fun coaster. We interviewed Designer Chris Vang, who researches roofing patterns for buildings in Edina
Artist
Artists create the colorful and creative designs we see in our daily lives. Artists create the colors, names and patterns on every rollercoaster of every theme park. The Artist we interviewed was Mary Leach, an artist who does modern work
Architect*
- *The interviewed Architect asked to keep his name private
- Good classes to take in school to follow career field: Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Tech Ed, Engineering and Design
- Hazards: Building site and health risks
- Coviden is the Architect's work health insurance
- Responsibilities of an Architect: discussing objects, requirements and budget, using IT to design and project management, Keeping within budgets and deadlines
- Five good things about career: designing, using computer softwares, traveling, visiting completed projects and aid from coworkers
- Three bad things: hours, low wages, long projects
- How many years of education would you need to pursue this career: 4-year Bachelor's degree program, then 2 more years for a bachelor degree
Nurse
What classes do I need to take to work in your career field?
-Biology, Math and Health
What are some hazards in your career field?
-Exposure to infectious diseases, back injuries, law suits, exposure to body fluids and contaminated needle sticks
How many people work in your company, and is it local, national or international?
-Local, about 70 Nurses
Does your company supply health insurance for you? YES
What are some responsibilities in your career?
-Enhance educational achievement by the removal of health-related barriers to learning
-Assisting people o be self-sufficient in managing their health
5 Things you like about your career?
-Taking care of patients, providing cares, working with others, the income and hours
3 things you DON'T Like about your career?
-Stress, paperwork and crabby patients
Does the economy/oil prices affect your company?
- Yes, the school district pay lots of money for bussing

Lawyer
What classes do I need to do well in to work in your career field?
English, Writing, Study Skills, Engineering, math
What are some of the hazards in your career field?
Opposing council
How many people work in your company, is it local, national or international? 264,000 people, international
Are you and your fellow employees provided health insurance?
Yes
What are the responsibilities in your career?
Find and enter contracts with suppliers that provide services and goods to Wells Fargo
What are five things you like about your career?
Utilizes my strengths in writing and thinking, interacting with coworkers, writing the paycheck, working for a well-respected company (Wells Fargo) and having opportunities to learn new things
3 things you don't like?
Very repetitive, difficult to convince customers, no creativity involved
Does the economy/oil prices have an effect on your company?
Wells Fargo succeeds at a
moderate pace when the economy is bad
How many hours do you spend at your career?
40 hours a week
Would you work at this job for the rest of your life?
Yes
How much education will you need to suceed in this career?
4 year
undergraduate degree (bachelor's) and a three-year law degree
Electrician
We spoke with Zach Wright, the cousin of Sam, who is an electrician that works on property foreclosures and renovation jobs. Electricians are related to RollerCoasters because an Electrician is required to make sure the coaster is running efficiently and properly, and that it is safe for people to ride in.

Health and Safety Administrator
A Health and Safety Administrator has to make sure that a rollercoaster is running properly and is safe for the general population to utilize. The interviewed Health Inspector asked to keep his name private
Journalist
Physicist
We interviewed the Physicist Bill Nye, the popular television star who hosted
Bill Nye the Science Guy
from 1993-1998, and also physicist. Physicist study the motion of rollercoasters
Engineer
We interviewed the Formula 1 Engineer Nick Cheester. Engineers are related to Rollercoasters because they make sure they work properly so they are safe. They inspect the individual carts to make sure they are working properly, and that they are able to withstand at the minimum 4.5-5.5 G's
All Sources

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"Isaac Newton." Biography. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2014.
"Famous Scientists." Science Blog RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Feb. 2014.
"The Galileo Project." The Galileo Project. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Feb. 2014.
"Galileo Biography." Bio.com. A&E Networks Television, n.d. Web. 09 Feb. 2014.
Machamer, Peter. "Galileo Galilei." Stanford University. Stanford University, 04 Mar. 2005. Web. 08 Feb. 2014.
"Galileo (Italian Philosopher, Astronomer and Mathematician)." Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica, n.d. Web. 09 Feb. 2014.
"Albert Einstein." Albert Einstein. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.
"Albert Einstein - Biographical." Albert Einstein - Biographical. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.
"10 Surprising Facts About Albert Einstein." The Full. N.p., n.d. Web. 13 Feb. 2014.
"Albert Einstein Facts, Quotes, Relativity Theory, Science Information." Albert Einstein Facts, Quotes, Relativity Theory, Science Information. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Feb. 2014.
"Recent Articles." Salary.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2014.
"Force." The Free Dictionary. Farlex, n.d. Web. 20 Feb. 2014.
"Force." Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster, n.d. Web. 20 Feb. 2014.
"Speed and Velocity." Speed and Velocity. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Feb. 2014.
Layton, Julia. "How Does Gravity Work?" HowStuffWorks. HowStuffWorks.com, 01 Apr. 2000. Web. 19 Feb. 2014.
- Mary Leach, Lee Bjerke, Nick Cheester, Zach Wright, Chris Vang, Bill Nye
"The Science of Disney Imagineering: Newton's 3 Laws of Motion." YouTube. YouTube, 03 May 2012. Web. 20 Feb. 2014.
Kenny, Jack, Sam, Amanda and Christian
Born: March 14th, 1870 in the Kingdom of Wurttemberg
Professor of Theoretical Physics at Prague, a leading figure in the World Government Movement, considered world's leading theoretical physicist
-Discovered the speed of light in a vacuum is constant and that the laws of physics are the same for all inertial reference
Our group has researched three different historical figures, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton and Galileo Galilei, all of which are famous for one common subject- physics. These men have contributed to the study of physics and movement, which are key points in our Rollercoaster project. We have also researched and interviewed ten different people in ten different fields of study, whose jobs concern the construction, running, and even enjoyment of rollercoasters. This information we have gathered will contribute to the construction of our model coaster.
How many hours do you work a week?
-40 hours a week
Can you see yourself working this carer for your whole life?
-Yes, I enjoy my job very much
How much education do you need? Ideally a masters, but a 4 year nursing degree is the bare minimum
What classes should I be succeeding in?
Math, Technical Education, and Engineering wouldn't hurt
What are some hazards in your career field?
Electrocution, electrical mishaps
How many people work in your company, is it local or national?
About 30, it is a local business
What are some responsibilities in your career?
Making sure to wire the electricity of a home effectively and efficiently without misusing or wasting too many materials, finishing projects in a certain amount of time
5 things you like about your career-
getting assignments, working in a time limit, fixing electrical problems, successfully connecting electrical charges, the hours
3 things you dislike-
electrocution (even with the proper equipment and dress code it can happen), trial and error, connecting electrical charges
Does the economy/oil prices affect your career?
Yes, our company has to pay for gas for the trucks
How many hours do you spend at your career?
about 35-40 hours a week
Can you see yourself working in this career forever and is there possibility for advancement?
Yes, and no
How many years of education do you need to do well in this career? If you want to be a successful Electrician with better benefits, a 4-year university degree is what you
aim towards


What classes do I need to do well work in your career field?
Physics, of course, along with math, chemistry, engineering, and computer engineering is also useful
What are some of the hazards in your career field?
Depending on the field of Physics you are studying and what you are applying it to, it has various levels of danger. Observing the mechanics of Physics from a safe environment, like me, has little to no hazards
Does your company supply your employees with health insurance?
I'm a part of a private industry, so yes
What are some responsibilities in your career?
Having perspective on everything I study, Setting
myself personal goals, and achieving them
What are 5 things you enjoy about your career?
Meeting new people, discussing scientific topics, expressing my opinion, formulating ideas/functions, and presenting my ideas to large groups
What are 3 things you don't like about your career?
Being unable to draw conclusions to
the ideas presented to me, formulating incorrect hypothesis', the late-nights
Does the economy/oil prices affect your career?
Mine specifically, not significantly
How many years of education do you need to succeed in this career?
A basic
4 year degree in chemical engineering will work
What classes should I take to succeed in this career?
Engineering, math, physics and other science
classes
What are some responsibilities in your career?
Creating designs that have high visual impact,
meeting clients or account managers to discuss business objectives, and meeting job requirements
What are 5 things you like about your career?
Creating unique designs, my designs being patented,
designing important artwork, meeting s with creative ideas and creating something that could make
an impact on something
3 things you don't like
? Dealing with picky clients, getting my designs rejected and having certain
deadlines
How many hours a week do you spend on your career?
It always depends on how many
clients I get a week but most recently I've been putting in around 25-32 hours a week
How many years of education do you need to succeed in this career?
Two-three
years of graduate work, working in the field for 2-3 years, and you must pass
a federal licensing exam
Lawyers set cases against criminalized people, and defend the rights of others. A lawyer is related to rollercoasters when someone is injured on a coaster and wishes to sue the theme park. We interviewed Lee Bjerke, a Supply Chain Manager who works at Wells Fargo
What classes do I need to do to work in your career field?
Art, Art History, Design, Drawing,
Ceramics
What are 5 things that you like about your career?
Creating my own ideas, creating my own
artwork, developing art, using ideas from real life and putting them into art, and having others see
my work
What are 3 things you do not like about your career?
Judgments/criticisms on my work,
having no ideas for periods of time or a lack of inspiration and Having to please people with my
works
How many hours do you work at your career?
Being an artist, and selling/showcasing
your work is a very open-ended career that can either take a vast amount of time or simply a few hours a day, depending on what you do with your time.
Can you see yourself working as an artist for the rest of your life?
Yes, art is
a strong passion of mine and I will continue to do it long into retirement
How many years of education do you need to succeed in your career?

In the career field I work in I'm required to have a 2 year bachelor
degree
What classes do I need to do well in to work in your career?
Engineering, physics, math, computer science
What are some hazards in your career field?
Car crashes, engine failures and obstructions are all dangers that require certain safety precautions
Does your company supply employers with health insurance?
Yes
What are some of the responsibilities of your career?
Making sure the car runs properly and having it at its best working performance before, during, and after the race
What are 5 things you like about your career?
The people, the noise, assisting in the completion of a race, working on the vehicle that wins the race, and the salary
What are 3 things you do not enjoy about your career?
the hazards, messing something up and working under pressure
Does the economy/oil prices effect your career field?
When petroleum prices rise, the company has to put more money into paying for the gas used on the vehicles
How many hours a week do you spend at your career?
I work consistently 10 hours on site, and 20 hours off site
Can you see yourself working in this career for the rest of your life?
Eventually I'd
have to retire, but until then I'm working very hard and consistently at my career
How many years of education do you need to succeed in this career?
4
years degree in Engineering with a few years of field study.
What classes do I need to do well in to succeed in this career?
Health, English, Science, Biology
What are some of the hazards in your career field?
Exposure to unhealthy/contaminated environments
Does your company supply your employees with health insurance?
Yes, however the benefits are very generic
What are some responsibilities in your career?
Working with other people to determine the safety of various things, inspecting damaging/toxic environments
What are 5 things you like about your career?
Inspecting homes and lots, helping people in need, my work hours, traveling around the city and shutting down things that need to be shut down
What are 3 things you do not enjoy?
Both Observing and going through filthy environments, and the health risks
How many hours do you spend at your career a week?
around 35 hours a week
Can you see yourself working this career for the duration of your life, and is there any chance for advancement?
I will stay for a long time, and ther is very little chance of advancement, but I do not mind
How many years of education do you need to work in this career?
A generic 4-year degree
Being a journalist is about answering the hard-hitting questions that the general public ask, and writing reports on various topics. We interviewed Audrey Burkman, an eccentric and excitable journalist from
The Street View
What are some classes I should take to succeed?
Mainly English and Creative Writing, but working with your schools Literary Magazine is good practice too.
What are some of the hazards in your career field?
Deadlines aren't very dangerous, but they turn deadly when your boss is under a lot of pressure!
Does your company supply health insurance?
Yes, and I'm very glad because of that!
What are some responsibilities to your career?
Covering large events, telling people the truth, and the full story, and representing all parties well
What are 5 things you like about your career?
The people I interview, writing reports, covering events, moving around town and my coworkers
3 things you don't like?
Trying to find an interesting story, deadlines and the hours
change a lot
Can you see yourself working in this career for the rest of your life?
Yes,
my work as a journalism is very important to me and I absolutely love
working as a journalist
How many years of education do you need?
A two-year degree could work
well, but going all 4 years is the best way to succeed as a journalist
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