I would make homemade French toast. The ingredients would be homemade bread, (P.S I am allergic to a lot of the stuff in French toast so I would put replacers) egg replacer, cinnamon, almond milk, sugar, Fake butter, and vanilla. I would share it with my family, and I hope I encourage my mom toContinue reading “Science 05 lesson 1”
Morphine- Who invented it? Freidrich Wilhelm Adam Serturner. When was it invented? 1803 Where was it invented? I don’t know. How does it work? Morphine is in a class of medications called opiate (narcotic) analgesics. It works by changing the way the brain and nervous system respond to pain. Why is it important? So people don’t get hurtContinue reading “History 04 Lesson 180”
1. What are scientists trying to learn from this project? I honestly don’t know. 2. What kind of data are scientists using? If there is pelicans or other animals. If there is pelicans with a wing tag coyotes or mammalian predators if the is pelican eggs or if there is baby pelicans and if thereContinue reading “Science 04 Lesson 175”
Smallpox vaccine- Who invented it? Edward Jenner. When was it invented? 1796 Where was it invented? Trinity, Newfoundland. How does it work? It stimulates a person’s immune system to develop antibodies and cells in the blood and elsewhere that can then help the body fight off a real smallpox infection. Why is it important? So, people don’tContinue reading “History 04 Lesson 175”
I don’t have a favorite moment in English and everything except for capital letters, end punctuation, nouns, verbs, adverbs, and adjectives was new. I enjoyed writing about what superpower I would have and what my family would do if a lion was in our house. And the craziest dream I ever had and other funnierContinue reading “English 04 Lesson 170”
Semaphore Telegraph- Who invented it? Claude Chappe. When was it invented? 1794. Where was it invented? France. How does it work? Lines of relay towers with a semaphore rig at the top were built within line of sight of each other, at separations of 5–20 miles (8–32 km). Why is it important? So important messages can beContinue reading “History 04 Lesson 170”
1. What problem did you identify? I didn’t find anything. 2. Why was it a problem? It wasn’t because there was nothing wrong. 3. How did you find a solution? I didn’t. 4. Describe your prototype (3D modeled solution) I can’t. 5. What do you expect your prototype to do? Nothing.
Steamboat- Who invented it? Robert Fulton. When was it invented? 1807. Where was it invented? I don’t know. How does it work? A steam engine connects to a paddle and makes it go in a circular motion. Why is it important? So, boats could go faster. Robert Fulton- He was born on November 14, 1765.Continue reading “History 04 Lesson 165”
1. What are scientists trying to learn from this project? They are trying to Understand how different small-scale shapes and movements in the aurora are formed, and they are trying to learn what conditions are needed for those different shapes and movements to happen. 2. What kind of data are scientists using? Where its at,Continue reading “Science 04 Lesson 165”
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just so you know I copy-pasted from google.
i know right
That’s a crazy dream!