Monthly Archives: June 2010

Ancient Aliens

Aliens… who knew they ever existed, or even visited Earth! I watched a show about a theory that aliens visited the Earth a long time ago and they left all sorts of evidence around!
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The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill

The Exxon Valdez oil spill wasn’t quite as bad as the oil spill we are having now in the Gulf of Mexico but it was still pretty bad especially since the Captain was drunk! The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill happened in the state of Alaska in the body of Prince William Sound.

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People Changing the Face of the Planet

People have been changing the world by their actions and what they do, whether it be good or bad for the Earth. Humans so dominate the Earth that we’ve entered a new era called the Anthropocene Era – the human epoch. Continue reading

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Amazing Machines

3 amazing machines… all built to complete complex and specific tasks. These machines are extremely helpful and some people don’t even know what they are even though they help us so much. Continue reading

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An Eco-Village!

An eco friendly toilet? What’s wrong with these people??? Well… at least they’re helping the world, and maybe they’ll inspire some more people to do this and save energy, green house gases, and MONEY! Continue reading

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America’s Boom Years!

At the turn of the century many things happened to usher in America’s boom years. Continue reading

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Library of Congress

I went to Washington D.C. when I was little but I never went to the Library of Congress because one, I couldn’t read, and two I didn’t know as much as I do now about the Library of Congress. Continue reading

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