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Cartoon Winnie the Pooh Closestool Swing Body Solar Power Decorative Toy

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Do you want to have lovely Winnie the Pooh toy? Here the Cartoon Winnie the Pooh Closestool Swing Body Solar Power Decorative Toy can satisfy your needs.It is gently shaking when sunlight or other light energy source is directed. This is a cartoon closestool toy. This cute cartoon closestool toy is solar energy powered and does not need battery. Put one on your desk, your windowsill or your car and you will be unable to suppress a grin every time it begin to sway.Swing body toy is a perfect gift for both adults and kids. Take cartoon toy home now!
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  • Specifications:

    • This cute cartoon closestool toy is solar energy powered and does not need battery
    • Cartoon closestool toy is gently shaking when sunlight or other light energy source is directed
    • This cartoon closestool toy will give you back your good mood when you look at them
    • Put one on your desk, your windowsill or your car and you will be unable to suppress a grin every time it begin to sway
    • Place it near light source or sunlight and this swing body toy will shaking its body automatically
    • Cartoon toy is a perfect gift for both adults and kids

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    Cartoon Winnie the Pooh Closestool Swing Body Solar Power Decorative Toy

    • This lovely and interesting solar power toy will give you back your good mood when you look at them

    Cartoon Winnie the Pooh Closestool Swing Body Solar Power Decorative Toy

    • Put one on your desk, your windowsill or your car and you will be unable to suppress a grin every time it begin to sway

    Cartoon Winnie the Pooh Closestool Swing Body Solar Power Decorative Toy

    • The side details of the cartoon toy. This cute cartoon closestool toy is solar energy powered and does not need battery

    Cartoon Winnie the Pooh Closestool Swing Body Solar Power Decorative Toy

    • Place the swing body toy near light source or sunlight and this swing body toy will shaking its body automatically

    What Kind of Bear Is Winnie the Pooh:

    Cartoon Winnie the Pooh Closestool Swing Body Solar Power Decorative Toy

    • Winnie the Pooh is a fictional bear portrayed in a variety of media since his creation by writer A.A. Milne in 1925. The original character was based on a stuffed bear and not a real animal, but the modern version of Winnie the Pooh has drawn from several sources over the years

    Inspiration for the Original Winnie the Pooh:

    • Winnie the Pooh first appeared as a character in print in a story by A.A. Milne in the December 24th issue of London's "Evening News." The bear in the story was inspired by a stuffed toy bear belonging to Milne's son Christopher Robin, who became the basis for the character of the same name in the Pooh stories. Several of the child's toys went on to become other characters in Winnie the Pooh stories including Piglet, Eeyore and Tigger.

    The Art of Winnie the Pooh:

    • Although the written character was based on Christopher Robin's bear, when illustrator E.H. Shepard was hired to do the art to accompany the stories he modeled Winnie the Pooh after his own son's toy bear. In 1961 the Walt Disney Company purchased the rights to Winnie the Pooh and redesigned the character for a series of short animated films, creating the Pooh bear millions of people recognize today

    The History of the name "Winnie":

    • Christopher Robin Milne named his toy bear after a real black bear that was on display at the London Zoo for much of his childhood. The bear was named "Winnie" by its owner after the Canadian city of Winnipeg before the man left the bear in the care of the zoo

    See the Original Winnie the Pooh:

    • The original toy bear belonging to Christopher Robin Milne, along with several of his other toys, is now on display in the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building of the New York Public Library on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street in New York City

    Facts About Solar Power:

    Cartoon Winnie the Pooh Closestool Swing Body Solar Power Decorative Toy

    Identification:

    • Also known as solar energy, solar power harnesses light and radiant heat from the sun. Usually solar energy comes to the earth in visible, ultraviolet light and returns into space or is absorbed. The absorbed energy is generally converted to heat, with a small portion changed to chemical energy

    History:

    • The ancient Greeks built their homes and other buildings to receive maximum sunlight in winter months. However, solar electricity (photovoltaic) is a fairly new industry. It dates from the middle of the Industrial Revolution when several groundbreaking solar power plants were built to make steam engines, using the sun's heat
    • In 1896, French physicist Henri Becquerel accidentally discovered radioactivity. Fascinated by the discovery of x-rays (in 1895 by Wilhelm Roentgen), Becquerel had placed a crystal of phosphorescent material (which by chance contained some uranium) that he believed would only shine when exposed to light. Because the weather was cloudy and the sun hadn't shined for a while, Becquerel put the crystal on some photographic plates he had stored away from light in a desk drawer. When he eventually opened the drawer he was shocked to see the fogged image of the uranium compound crystals on it. This accidental discovery of radioactivity proved that the uranium released radiation without an outside energy source as the sun

    Benefits:

    • Besides a heat source, solar energy can also be used as a light source, serving dual purposes. The sun freely gives the earth a more than adequate supply of power. The fact that the sun provides a plentiful source of energy, shining down, free-of-charge, everyday, is an apparent advantage over other types of power. In fact, the sun produces more than 10,000 times the energy consumed by the world each year
    • Using solar power as an energy source helps the planet. Solar power is environmentally friendly; it doesn't release any carbon dioxide
    • Besides being safe, it's also noiseless

    Types:

    • Today solar power is used in two main forms: thermal solar and photovoltaic. Thermal solar uses the sun's heat to heat water or works fluid driving machinery to create electricity. Solar thermal technologies are either active or passive. Passive solar heating can be compared to opening drapes on a cold winter's day to allow sunlight to heat a room. It can be used for heating residential and commercial pools, costing less than it would to heat with traditional water heating, besides being environmentally friendly. Active solar thermal technologies range from simple to complex machinery
    • Photovoltaic (PV) means electricity produced from light. This type of solar energy has mostly been used to power everything from a small calculator powered by a single solar cell, to off-grid homes, powered by a photovoltaic array

    Significance:

    • Solar energy offers an straightforward way to get electricity. With minimal effort homes and water can be heated. Because of the need to find alternate forms of energy, solar energy is being examined more for future use

    Warning:

    • The cost of using solar power is high. When the price of gas is at an all-time high, it seems like a more attractive alternative. However, when fuel prices are reasonable, solar energy isn't practical

    Considerations:

    • Sunlight entering the earth's surface varies and is dependent on variable such as time of day, climate and location. What's more, a large surface area is needed to gather energy at a practical pace because the sun can't deliver that much energy at any one time. Also, consider that solar energy is used more for fuel in other countries because the cost of energy is three to four times more than in the United States

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    • 1 x Cartoon Winnie the Pooh Closestool Swing Body Solar Power Toy

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