Monthly Archives: August 2010

And in conclusion…

 Well, summer has come to an end… unfortunately. All the good times I had this summer… going to the movies (Toy Story 3 for the win! Also, Scott Pilgrim!), hanging out with friends (shoutout to my boy Smiley!), going to Splash Adventure … Continue reading

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World Without Water

A world without water would bring extreme chaos. When a part of the world has a shortage of water it’s called a drought. There are droughts all over the world, but two countries that you might not expect are having problems with drought … Continue reading

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Fighting Like an Animalrwtdvcczvd

Animals have a lot of different fighting techniques to help them survive in the world. Do you think martial arts experts can master those techniques too? Well on the show Fight Science they explore this interesting question: Is it possible … Continue reading

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Hell Week

Basic Underwater Demolitions and SEAL (BUD/S) instructors know the human body can have amazing stamina and endurance even in the harshest of weather, conditions, and environments. But they also know that to do this they must be able to ignore … Continue reading

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Proof of Jesus?

  Personally, I don’t believe in any type of religion but I respect those that do. They believe what they want no matter that there really is no proof regarding the existence of God. What is a generally accepted fact, though, is that … Continue reading

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Madagascar, the world’s oldest island. For those of you unaware, even though I’m sure you’ve seen the movie, (with my very famous namesake Alex the Lion) the real Madagascar is an island in the Indian Ocean just off the southeastern coast of Africa. It’s the … Continue reading

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The Making of the Alphabet

The alphabet was made 3,500 years ago and it’s evolved since then. The first form of written communication was drawing on cave walls. Then that evolved into Egyptian hieroglyphics. Before the Greeks, the alphabet used to just consist of consonants, … Continue reading

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