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Change Of Plans(Main Study)

There has been a change in plans in terms of how the project will work.  Over the time since my last post, I’ve thought about the initial process that I’ve created, which led me to doubt my decision on the subject.   161 more words

LOYO Amusement Park Study

How the study will work

Here is how the project will work: I will take a look at some different kinds of rides within theme parks and water parks, which are the two primary forms of amusement parks.   239 more words

LOYO Amusement Park Study

Beginning of Main Study

With the historic parts of the study covered, the study now turns to the main topic: How thrilling can any park ‘ride’ get before it’s too much for the human to handle?   171 more words

LOYO Amusement Park Study

The Start Of The Amusement Park Part 2

(Make sure that you’ve read part one before reading this post.)

To go along with the gardens was the concept of the ‘World’s Fair’.  These fairs(also referred to as expos) are public exhibits that allow countries from anywhere in the world to show off any kind of designs or projects that they’ve created.   242 more words

LOYO Amusement Park Study

The Start Of The Amusement Park Part 1

Even though the initial aspect of the fairs were gone(which was the shopping aspect), people were still interested in the ‘entertainment’ aspect of what the fairs would offer during the second half of their runs.   157 more words

LOYO Amusement Park Study

Introduction

Welcome!  For this project, I want to take a brief look at how amusement park rides have grown over the course of time.  From there, I hope to have a better understanding of how the parks have grown and why the thrilling rides of today got to where they are now.   218 more words

LOYO Amusement Park Study

Sources of Greek Mythology

Greek mythology is known today primarily from Greek literature and representations on visual media dating from the Geometric period from c. 900–800 BC onward. In fact, literary and archaeological sources integrate, sometimes mutually supportive and sometimes in conflict; however, in many cases, the existence of this corpus of data is a strong indication that many elements of Greek mythology have strong factual and historical roots. (Source)

Greek Mythology