Monday, February 18, 2019

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Julie hovers over a puzzle that requires solving word problems in order to piece together a word collage that is beautiful. As a student at East Side Elementary in Middleton, California, she is used to playing games with language and numbers. Some of the games seem more like work, as they are challenging to complete.

What helps the most is that Julie is able to collaborate with her peers to work out the problems, and she has found that her friends know quite a bit. More importantly, she recognizes that she has much to contribute. Julie is competent and has a strong self-esteem.... Read More

How do plants learn division? That we don't know though new scientific study that's set to be published in the journal eLife show that plants precisely calculate and make adjustments based on their calculations for the appropriate amount of starch that htey need to store and consume during the evening hours. They must be accurate in their calculations of they will starve, reports

"They're actually doing maths in a simple, chemical way—that's amazing," the lead researcher tells the BBC. "It astonished us as scientists to see that." The even more amazing aspect is there is... Read More

It's definitely best for Google that Ray Kurzweil is a director of engineering and not in marketing.

Kurzweil was candid about buyers that want to be first in line for new tech, during a recent speech he gave at the Global Future 2045 where he said that, " Only the rich have these technologies when they don’t work” and that adoption is for rich chumps.

Kurzweil stated that being first has advantages though is not so much the case when it comes to new technology and early adopters. According to futurist and Google employee the first ones in pay the most and get the lowest returns.... Read More

Active research on Aliens comparatively is a recent phenomenon for this generation of scientists. But communications and interaction with Aliens is as old as beginning of creation for ancient Indians, but went unrecognized by the outerworld and disbelievable to modern scientists, due to its association with Hindu religion. Knowledge and secrets went unrecognized due to parochial religious acrimony for long time.

Western and American scientists still could not provide the complete knowledge to the world and, probably may not have specific perceptions on, how they are visualizing the Aliens... Read More

Technological contextOur family has two Macbook Pros, an iPad, an iTouch, and two iPhones. How did we ever get to a point where digital devices have so much to do with our lives and the way we work?When I was in Middleton High School in Southwest Idaho, 1989, not a single student or teacher had a cellphone or laptop, and very few had basic computers - more like complex calculators no one could use. Our school had a computer room, and the drives for the computers were cassette players. No, not 8-track tapes smart asses. But, the kind of tapes that still exist here and there today.The loud speaker... Read More

My science projectLast night, my son and I completed ground breaking scientific research on his fourth grade project. You remember those science projects, right? For mine, I caught harmless bugs, killed them, and pinned them to a piece of cardboard, with their appropriate scientific names.My son was overwhelmed by the assignment sheet that was six pages long. I wanted to start immediately because the project was due the next morning. At first, I tried to coerce my son to construct an old school project where we would make a car that ran on a 9 volt battery, from scratch. That was the kind... Read More

Now it's established that chocolate may very well be a health treat - eaten in moderation, you could soon be eating the same wonderful chocolate though with much less fat, according to a recently released study.

That's if manufacturers embrace a new technology and use “fruit-juice-infused chocolate.” At a presentation of the 245th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society, Stefan A. F. Bon, Ph.D., who led the research, said that the technology enables chocolate manufactures tp add fruit juice, vitamin C water or diet cola and eliminate up to to 50 percent of... Read More

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