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Secretaria de Educação
20ª Coordenadoria Regional de Educação
Escola Estadual Técnica Celeste Gobbato
Palmeira das Missões - RS

The origin of things

Nome: Gleidson Gabriel Kaipper dos SantosN°: 14
Série/Turma: 1º B
Professor: Adelino Paulo.

In this paper I will be trying to spend a little more knowledge about the origin of things. Wellafter some research time to gather information necessary to make you thirst for knowledge and search more about these origins.

The Origin of Light Neon
The neon is a gas that is in the universe.The cores of stars where there are thermonuclear reactions between oxygen and carbon can cause the production of neon. The explosion of some other star formation and leads to the release of largequantities of neon gas doing spread by hazy.

This gas was discovered in 1898 by two English chemists, William Ramsey and Morris Travers. This happened when Ramsey decided to cool a sample of air to theliquid, boiling it immediately. This resulted in three gas types: krypton, xenon and another of which called the red neon.

The Origin Fork

The mention of this handy utensil gastronomic are olderthan you might perhaps think. Since the Jewish Bible meant something similar in 600 BC.

Nevertheless, it is believed that its true origin has occurred in the Greek and Roman civilizations. At thattime the fork had only two teeth and was mainly used to serve food and not to eat individually as food, after cut, were eaten with the hands.

In the mid-eleventh century the fork reached Europethrough the daughter of Emperor Constantine VIII of Constantinople, who brought a copy with two gold teeth he used to stab the food.
The Origin of Sugar

Appeared in the year 6000 BC, in India, wasexclusively used for condiments and medicines, because then all sweet foods were produced with natural honey.

The story goes that during the conquest of Eastern India by Alexander the Great, one...