Dolly the Sheep will go down in History. She has brought up a lot of concern in this world on whether or not cloning is religiously and ethically right. Cloning is something not a lot of people expected would happen before 1996, so it came as a pretty big surprise when the news was released … Continue reading Cloning Dolly the Sheep
Most people think that video games are bad for you, but in reality video is just another way to learn or improve skills. It’s just like problem solving by making the gamers think of hypotheses. Then if it doesn’t work make a new one which makes you have fun, while learning because it’s a goal … Continue reading Video Games: a useful learning tool?
I like to learn about animals. I decided to start looking on the websites to find some interesting animal trivia. I found out about frogs that have pseudo thumbs. One article I read spoke about how certain species of frogs which had bones covered by skin similar to a thumb. Another site mentioned tree frogs … Continue reading Wolverine Frogs
Many people stay up late for work, school work and many different things. He or she gives up countless sleep hours to get things done. But is getting these things done actually help you? Sleep is just as important for a person’s body and mind just like food and liquids are. Different aged people all … Continue reading Who Needs Sleep?
The flying car has been in cartoons and science fiction movies for a very long time, but now they are actually being sold by car companies. With this, a modern day model of flying cars has been really complicated. The history goes back to more than a century and modifications are still being made. In … Continue reading On the Air or On the Road
LEUKEMIA Leukemia is a type of cancer which begins in the blood cells. It usually attacks the bone marrow, which is the softest part in the center of your bones. People with Leukemia have bone marrow which produces abnormal white blood cells. There are two main types of Leukemia. The first type is Chronic Leukemia … Continue reading Leukemia: The Disease
The Crocodile is one of the least changed reptiles from the age of dinosaurs. Many crocodiles today have some of the same features as early crocodiles. Crocodiles have evolved over time, but not as much as other animals. The build of crocodiles has changed over time from the start of crocodiles to the later … Continue reading Evolution Of Crocodiles
Have you ever wondered about life on Mars? Many have, and there are many studies and discoveries being made. Mars has always been the planet that people go to for future research. There is question of water on mars, life of any kind, and the recent studies being done how we can get there. One … Continue reading Life on Mars: True or False?
Bone cancer is a skeletal cancer. It occurs as the first tumor in an area of rapid growth or as a spreading tumor from cancer elsewhere in the human body. Even though first bone tumors are rare, the risk is maximized during adolescence. In adults, bone cancer is linked to exposure to radiation. Long- term … Continue reading Sick Bones
As we grow older, we pack on the pounds. We drop sports we were in, we drink alcohol, and we eat more food. We all try to diet at one point, and its most likely for our appearance. Most of us don’t diet for the sake of losing weight; we often diet for our appearance. … Continue reading Does dieting contribute to anorexia?