Monthly Archive: March 2015

Mar 11

Are Animals A Threat Or A Problem?

According to the City of Longmont website, animals like dogs and cats that might be feral, lost or even strays, are caught by animal catchers. Many people don’t want rabid animals running around their neighborhoods. People don’t want rabid animals running around because they could be sick, or even deadly to young children, adults, and …

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Mar 11

Are Streaming Companies Taking Over?

Lots of people have at least one streaming network or have heard of them. They are businesses that allow you to stream movies right from your home. This is a lot better than things like Redbox because you will not have to leave your home. These streaming networks include, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus, Apple …

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Mar 10

Rising Danger of ISIS

ISIS or ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) has become a household name in a short amount of time. In just a few months, they have shown the world their brutal intentions. The terrorist organization has posted many videos online that show gory executions angering many nations, including the U.S. ISIS first started out …

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Mar 06

Global Warming; How Big is The Problem?

  There are lots of concerns about global warming. Most people know what it is and how it’s affecting our world, but they aren’t doing anything about it. Global warming is considered by most people an opinion, but 99% of scientists think it’s real. Global warming affects everyone’s climate and especially the North and South …

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Mar 05

The OpenWorm

One roundworm is helping to move science to a whole new level. This roundworm or scientifically known as “Caenorhabditis elegans” is controlling a Lego robot and had his brain uploaded to a computer. This is called the OpenWorm Project and it was first started on March 12, 2012. The project head director, Stephen Larson, is …

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Mar 02

Measles Why They’re Dangerous!

What are measles you ask? Well, measles are an infectious disease causing fever and a red rash on the skin. According to the site Center for Disease Control and Prevention, this disease has been traced back to the ‘’ninth century where a Persian doctor published the first written account of measles. In 1912, measles became …

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