Resolved Question: History of roller coaster
Twisters were the first wooden roller coasters, and they are still very common. Twisters are famous for nearly colliding with the rails or other parts of track at various points throughout the ride. They also can feature exciting high-speed turns.
Racers are usually not as complex as twisters because there are two tracks. However, the feeling that you're within inches of another train filled with people is a little scary, and you know that the screams you hear don't only belong to your train.
Out and Backs probably started around the same time as racers. They require by far the most space. Out and Backs usually are great for giving air time and many consecutive drops.
Analyze the information and demonstrate how it informs us understanding of the development of the rollercoaster
can anyone help me please or explain it
Posted on 16 November 2012 | 1:14 pm
Resolved Question: I would like to have a
Hi i would like to know more about me in a spiritual way whatever u can calculate my name or anything doe sent matter if its astrology numerology vedic astrology chines etc..
birthday:april 5th 1996
birth time:14 36
born:netherlands state: overijsel city:hengelo
Posted on 29 October 2012 | 12:01 pm
Resolved Question: Any other places like
Posted on 23 September 2012 | 11:13 pm
Resolved Question: Ha the german's are suing
lol "Lying Dutchman"
German social authorities in Berlin want to sue the "forest boy" for £16,000 expenses he ran up while maintaining the lie he had been living in the woods for five years.
Now dubbed the "Lying Dutchman" by the German press Robin van Helsum could face a bill of at least for his nine-month stay at the hands of Berlin's social services. During his time in Germany he got free bed and board, clothing, German lessons and £200 a month in pocket money.
"We will file a suit for fraudulent appropriation of youth benefits during the course of the week," Ed Koch, spokesman for the district youth welfare office, said. "We're going to demand this money back. Whether we ever see it again, we don't know."
Mr Van Helsum, 20, had lived at Berlin's expense while he maintained the fiction that he was a 17-year-old called Ray who had spent years living in the forests. His cover was only blown when old classmates in his hometown of Hengelo recognised his picture on the news. It emerged later that he had travelled to Berlin just days before he re-cast himself as Ray.
Social services also complained since his real identity became known he has failed to apologise or even say thank you.
Posted on 20 June 2012 | 5:15 am
Resolved Question: Were are there punk rock
i live in the netherlands and i really need to find some good bands to go see. problem is, i dont really know how to find them, so could someone send me a link to some place that has concerts? my music is punk rock.
Posted on 10 March 2012 | 5:58 am