By: Nick Norton
Mine was a report on changing a bad habit to a good habit. Here is my report.Time For a Change The goal that I set for myself was to limit my intake of unhealthy liquids (such as pop) and increase my intake of more...
By: Rose Jenkins
Garrett A. Morgan was a great inventor of the 20th century. He was born on March 4, 1877, in Paris, Kentucky. His parents were former slaves, and he was the seventh of eleven children. He left his home as a teenager and travelled to Ohio...
By: The Historian
Sometimes the smallest invention can have an enormous impact far beyond anything ever imagine by its inventor. That was certainly the case when Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin. His invention made cotton a more economically viable cash crop and insured that the economy of...
By: Alwin Templar
Dr. Hans von Ohain is regarded as both the father of jet propulsion and joint inventor of the jet engine. His work in the 1930's to develop a practical turbojet engine for aircraft was mirrored (completely independently) by the British RAF engineer, Frank Whittle. Despite...
By: Ray Burke
WE are in danger, danger of not realising our dreams. I had attended the 4th European Mars Conference at the Open University in the UK, 2004, and was inspired and impressed by the varied presentations and the visionary goals. Since then, the whole experience and...
By: Bella D
Christmas is a special time, so you want to get the people you care about gifts that they will truly appreciate. But what do you get for that person who's into science? Wouldn't it just be easier to buy them a box of chocolates and...
By: Betty B.
Children are naturally inquisitive. They love exploring their surroundings and learning new things. What better way to encourage this behavior than to give them a science-related gift this holiday season? I have compiled a list of fantastic science and discovery items sure to satisfy the...
By: Michelle Sprecher
Science and Discovery gifts will be well received by tweens ages 8-12 years if you understand what form of science in which they are naturally interested. An interest in a budding zoology field will require a different gift then someone interested in a chemistry or...
Aging Process Space Studies Baby Boomers
By: Sharon Sphinx
Imagination has brought mankind through the dark ages to its present state of civilization. Imagination led Columbus to discover America. Imagination led Franklin to discover electricity.L. Frank Baum So why should it be hard to imagine that studying the aging process in space could...
Does Science by its very Nature Undermine its Search Answers Obsolesce
By: PatrickB
Science's search for answers has historically always started with a question. Why is the sky blue? What are stars? How do we see? What is the universe made of?This is the natural result of human curiosity and is the basis for our current state...

 

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