Recently, near Sutter’s Mill, California, The town credited for starting the historical California Gold Rush, A meteorite was found. Like the California Gold Rush before, This meteorite has triggered a similar Scientific rush for one of the youngest, most unique space rocks around. This specific Meteorite happens to be very carbon rich, or, Carbanaceous Chondrite. … Continue reading Californication: Meteorite Troubles
I’ve always wondered how many fish are actually in the sea. “There’s plenty of fish in the sea” is an old saying that everyone has heard. But how many are there really? New species are found everyday in the ocean. Here is a list of the many species already found: Blue Tang Surgeonfish, Sturgeon Poacher, … Continue reading There’s Plenty of Fish in the Sea!
There has been some new research done that shows some of the underground details about breast cancer. Researchers wanted to get more details about how breast cancer begins, and how it spreads. Doing this research helps doctors know and understand the way breast cancer works so they can treat it more effectively. They found out that … Continue reading Breast Cancer Studies
Last week, while watching a documentary with my friend, the man with the obvious toupee began to describe a strange animal that I’ve always been curious about. This creature is one of those things that constantly tugs at my curiosity. This animal is the myotonic goat, or more commonly known as the fainting goat. After … Continue reading Fainting Goats Don’t Actually Faint
Digging Deeper to find Martian Life My blog is about digging deeper to find Marion Life on Mars. They are doing this to try to find life on Mars, but they haven’t gone deep enough to find the living cells that scientists … Continue reading Digging Deeper to Find Martian Life.
Lung cancer begins in cells that line the bronchi tubes. There are two types of lung cancer, non- small cell lung cancer and small cell lung cancer. If these two types of lung cancers are mixed it is called small cell/large cell cancer.can start somewhere else and spread to the lungs. Lung cancer is the … Continue reading The Most Deadliest Cancer
The decline of honey bee populations in the past years has been one of the underpublicized environmental crises likely to have real world consequences for humans. Food will suffer if we can’t fix the declination of bees. Pollinating bees have a role in One third of the food we eat. Researchers say that the chemicals … Continue reading The Decline of Bee Population
Conjoined twins are two babies are born together physically. Conjoined twins happen when a single fertilized egg doesn’t split all the way. The babies are usually stuck at the head, pelvis, or chest. They can also share internal organs. Most twins who are joined together, will die shortly after birth. Some may be lucky and … Continue reading Conjoined Twins
Exercise plays a huge role in staying fit and having a healthy body. You should exercise if you are overweight to lose the weight. Also if you always eat healthy you should never have a problem losing weight. The three most important things about exercising and eating healthy are eat right, exercise often, and … Continue reading Exercising and Eating Healthy
Scoliosis is a condition where there is an abnormal lateral curve of the spine. This condition can cause a lot of pain to one. Scoliosis may get to the point where you have to wear a brace for your back. Scoliosis can happen in either lower or upper back. I have personal experiences with scoliosis … Continue reading Severe Back Pain