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Learning To Enjoy The Roller Coaster

Author: Mae Stacinger
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ISBN: 9781946043115
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Gran told me about the amusement park attraction when I was a little girl, but being content to live in rural South Dakota, I haven't had the opportunity to ride the real thing. I thought the dips and loops my life had taken were exciting enough without it, and by thinking that way, I completely missed the point Gran was trying to make.

Coasters 101

Author: Nick Weisenberger
Publisher: Nick Weisenberger
ISBN: 1468013556
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Have you always wanted to learn more about how roller coasters work? I’m not talking about the basic “roller coasters use gravity!” descriptions you’re used to. I’m talking about learning in-depth about the nitty gritty engineering details, like: How do roller coaster engineers know what size motor is needed to pull the train to the top of the lift hill and how much will it cost to operate it? What material are the wheels made out of and how does it affect the performance of the ride? What is the difference between LIM and LSM propulsion? How does the control system on a racing or dueling coaster time up the near collision moments perfectly every single time? All of these questions and more are answered in the latest edition of Coasters 101: An Engineer’s Guide to Roller Coaster Design. “I thought it was great. It was a good first look at roller coaster design. It also gave great information and details about roller coasters in general.” - Adrina from Goodreads “Thanks for writing a very good book. I could not put it down. Lot's of great information. I am a technology and engineering teacher and the information I found here is very helpful in trying to get students more excited about engineering.” -Amazon reviewer

Roller Coaster

Author: Marla Frazee
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780152057442
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Twelve people set aside their fears and ride a roller coaster, including one who has never done so before.

Roller Coaster Kid

Author: Mary Ann Rodman
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101644109
Size: 48.20 MB
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A grandfather and grandson share a special love Zach and his grandpa love all of the same things . . . except the roller coaster. His grandpa once rode it one hundred times! But Zach doesn't like the roller coaster. So when Grandpa goes on it every summer, Zach goes on the Big wheel with Grandma. She understands. But one summer, Grandma is gone and Grandpa is not the same. He misses her terribly. So does Zach. But he also wants his grandpa to be happy again. What will it take? Maybe a ride on the roller coaster? Heart-warming and uplifting, here is a story for every family that loves and cares for one another.

Life Is An Emotional Rollercoaster

Author: Glitter Ndyaluvane Moyo
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1329169972
Size: 71.37 MB
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Truth is its very painful to be abused emotionally because those wounds are not visible. There is one thing about trust, once you break it, you can never really fix it, yes darling I have learnt that it’s a tough universe only tigers survive but even they find it hard sometimes, even they find it hard to remain in control. That is life, one big emotional roller coaster. My name is Tendai; I was once a good faithful wife with intentions of having a big family. I will take through the journey before I decided to forgive, my emotions and regrets. It is said that don’t let the world change the good person you are. I tried hard but I failed. I wanted revenge; I wanted everyone to feel the pain I felt and the betrayal”. I felt justified to hurt people as they have hurt me too. My emotions were just all over the place.

The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster

Author: Darren Hardy
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
ISBN: 0990798631
Size: 80.57 MB
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66 PERCENT OF SMALL BUSINESSES FAIL—AND IT’S NOT FOR THE REASONS YOU THINK*. This book is designed for those new (or early stage) to entrepreneurship or those who have watched from afar and have wanted/wished to join in, but the fear of the unknown has kept them stupefied and in paralysis. This book will detail the worst (which is not so scary after all) and the best (which is absolutely thrilling) of being in business for yourself and give you the essential skills to be successful (preventing the 66% death rate). The focus of the book is on the emotional journey one takes when they step onto the wild ride of entrepreneurship. It’s meant to warn (forthcoming fears, doubts and self-defeating conditioning of past/upbringing), inoculate (from the naysayers, dream stealers and pains of rejection and failure) and guide them (building those undeveloped skills of independence, self-motivation and self-accountability) safely past the landmines that blow up (cause failure) of 66% of all new businesses.

Roller Coaster Hill

Author: Dwaine Casmey
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 0692470506
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We all know there are “bad seeds” — those who show signs early in life of being troublemakers, deviants, or career criminals. By all accounts, Dwaine Casmey was one of those kids. Sent to juvie by his parents when they felt they could not control him, graduated through the system for discipline problems, and shifted from one facility to another in an attempt to rein him in. Dwaine seemed incapable of making a right or good choice for his life. In fact, he seemed determined to screw up, even landing himself in prison as an adult for a violent crime. It would seem he was unsalvageable, unapologetic, and irredeemable. But, in Dwaine’s case, these labels were only part of the story.

When The Roller Coaster Stops

Author: Susan Tarr
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781515055082
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Bethany has inherited a specific gene, which has made her a candidate for colorectal cancer. She challenges her diagnosis; she is too young and she has too much life to live. Besides, bowel cancer is not nice...

Riding The Roller Coaster

Author: Marja Bergen
Publisher: Wood Lake Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1896836313
Size: 62.74 MB
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Life can hold rich possibilities even for those with a mental illness. Learning to live with a mood disorder is something people do gradually, as life unfolds. Bit by bit they begin to recognise the symptoms. Gradually they begin to manage their illness. Marja Bergen is one of those people. Over the 30 years that she has had manic depression, she has gradually adopted a lifestyle that makes it possible not only to cope, but to live a full and productive life. In 'Riding the Roller Coaster', she shares some very practical tips, including escaping the blues before they grab you, what to do when you don't feel like doing anything, and keeping life stable. But there are obstacles. There is a social stigma attached to mental illness. Marja Bergen believes that this stigma can be overcome. It is a matter of accepting mental illness as an illness like any other. It is a matter of attitude. The attitude of individuals with a mental illness -- toward themselves, toward their illness and toward their potential makes a great deal of difference. To become really well, a person must work hard to improve their own life. Taking control and making things happen is far better than waiting for something to happen, and Marja Bergen writes with warmth and eloquence about how to do exactly that.

The 50 Most Terrifying Roller Coasters Ever Built

Author: Nick Weisenberger
Publisher: Nick Weisenberger
ISBN: 1500699969
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Mega roller coasters of today reach heights of over 400 feet and speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour. Roller coasters towering taller than a certain height are terrifying for many individuals but it would be boring to simply make a list of the world’s tallest coasters. As a result, most of the bone-chilling machines in this list do not use sheer height to terrify, but instead prey on our fears and emotions in other, more creative ways. One element alone may not make a ride terrifying but the sum of all of its parts does. What factors make a roller coaster terrifying? Height, speed, inversions, backwards segments, unique track elements, darkness, and unexpected surprises all contribute to making your head spin and your knees tremble. Where are the most terrifying roller coasters found? Who designs them? Which park builds the craziest rides? Find out by reading The 50 Most Terrifying Roller Coasters Ever Built! The second coaster book from Nick Weisenberger, author of Coasters 101: An Engineer’s Guide to Roller Coaster Design which is the most in-depth look at how a roller coasters are designed, from concept through construction.