Do you think oil is having more negative impacts on our world then positive impacts? I do, there has been way to much natural disasters because of oil. Also when people burn off oil, it releases carbon dioxide which is causing global warming. I have picked 3 negative things that has been caused by oil, … Continue reading Oil is the reason for disasters
What would it look like to be colorblind? How do people become colorblind? Is there a cure? The world would look different being colorblind, but how it would look depends on what type of colorblindness is present. There are two major ways someone could become colorblind, and there are a few ways to correct it. There … Continue reading How do colorblind people see the world?
“Nothing can last forever. There isn’t any memory, no matter how intense, that doesn’t fade out at last.” Quote by Juan Rulfo. When I read that I immediately thought about Alzheimer’s disease and how its victims are forced to forget all about their past memories. I’ve had many relatives who lived with Alzheimer’s, and … Continue reading Are You Forgetting Something?
Being a twin is tough work, especially if you get the title “bad twin.” In many studies, it has showed that one twin gets a title of being bad and sticks to it. They grow up to be the twin who is more rebelling than the other twin. Its behaviors are affected because they are … Continue reading Twin Behavior: How does it affect you?
Clicks, squawks, whistles, and squeaks. Those are all different sounds dolphins make starting from birth, to communicate with each other. They also use their bodies to communicate as well. They blow bubbles, caress their fins, and clap their jaws. These motions are similar to human facial expressions and gestures (The Secret Language of Dolphins). Each … Continue reading Mysterious Communications
Not only are chameleons eye catching they are also every interesting critters, too. They have interesting characteristics like a super long tongue and unique eyes. I decided to research chameleons because I wanted to know how they could change color while lizards could not. Most lizards stay one color and they are all a lot … Continue reading Eye Catching Colors
Imagine waking up one morning to a replica of yourself; a clone. Now in the past this was a farfetched idea left only for the pens of science-fiction novelists, but not anymore. In recent times there have been great strives and success in making this once fictional notion into a true and scientifically proven … Continue reading Cloning: From Science Fiction to Reality
Have you ever gone to an aquarium or just seen pictures of seahorses and think, MAN THOSE ARE CUTE! Well I sure did, I thought they looked very interesting. I decided to further research into the topic of seahorses. Specifically I researched seahorse’s odd traits and unique characteristics. The seahorse carries many peculiar body parts. … Continue reading Swivel eye seahorses and daddy makin’ babies
Many people know that humans get along so well because of our opposable thumbs. Yeah, they’re pretty boss, but many other animals, and insects, have some pretty cool adaptations that keep them alive and kicking in this big blue sphere we call Earth. In the blue part of this planet, the oceans, there lives a … Continue reading Amazing Adaptations in the Animal World
There are some things, in science, that people just don’t seem to talk about. These subjects are either too distasteful to mention or include deeper ethical questions that may cause controversy; the ‘taboos’ of science, if you will. One of these such subjects pertains to genetic engineering. Sure, altering and designing crops and other foods … Continue reading Genetic Enhancement and its Ethical Permutations