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  • Tate Modern - Juin 2013

    Tate Modern

  • Tower bridge : an astounding monument - June 2013

    Tower bridge : an astounding monument
    It was on the morning of Tuesday 22nd October when we, the European class, arrived in front of Tower Bridge. I couldn’t help but gaze and marvel at its spectacular structure and design, but the morning breeze reminded us that we had to get our feet moving in order to enter the warm building if we didn’t want to freeze. No sooner had we arrived than a guide ushered us to a lift as he introduced himself. He was welcoming and had a nice sense of (...)

  • We are used every day but we are neglected, we can be read or heard but we are not all the same. What are we ? - June 2013

    By definition, a language is a system of phonic and graphic signs which allow humans to express their mind and to communicate. In the world there are between 3,000 and 7,000 different languages but half of them could disappear by the end of this century. The death of languages isn’t a new phenomenon : linguists reckon that during the last 5,000 years, 30,000 languages were born and disappeared without leaving any trace. But the rhythm of disappearance of languages has sped up especially (...)

  • LSD an accidental discovery which upset the world from the 1960’s to the 1990’s. - April 2013

    An article about a drug which is not well-known..... An insight on an other world.....

  • Coca Cola vs. Pepsi - Avril 2013

    The war between sodas lasted for over a century. Back on the main stages of the confrontation between Pepsi and Coca-Cola.

  • Sound, Compression, Loudness War - April 2013

    A PDF file about Sound, Compression and the Loudness War, with two sound examples to help you understand better.

  • Magnetism - April 2013

    Magnetism is a force of attraction or replusion that acts at a distance. It is due to a magnetic field*, which is caused by moving electrically charged particles. It is brought about by magnetic objects such as a magnet or the Earth.
    A magnetic field consists of lines of flux which are called magnetic field lines* coming from moving electrically charged particles. The lines of magnetic flux extend* from one end of the object to the other. By convention, we call one end of a magnetic object (...)

  • Projet Comenius : Be wise. - Mars 2013

    Believe in Europe Welfare through Innovation Science and Education
    Projet Comenius du 1er octobre 2012 au 16 juin 2014