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Climate Change: Geoengineering a cleaner and safer environment
Climate Change: Geoengineering a cleaner and safer environment
By: Arjan Shankhi, Journalist
Climate Change is a long-term weather condition which is mainly caused by burning fossil fuels such as gas, coal, and oil. When fossil fuel is burnt it releases carbon dioxide into the air which is causing the Earth to warm up.
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Are Goats Going to Save Us From Wildfires
By: Noah Siegel, Journalist
A recent topic has been popping up that surprised me and will probably surprise you too. They are starting to use goats to help prevent wildfires. In the past couple of years this strategy has started to work.
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Aquaponics Beta Test
Aquaponics Beta Test
By: Camryn Swift, Olivia Sim, Yusuf Lashin, Noah Yazdani, and Adrian Banihashemi
A summery of what we have learned about our small scale aquaponics system and our plans for the 2022-2023 school year.
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Illegal Gold Mining
Illegal Gold Mining
By: Linus Koepcke, Reporter
Why do people illegally mine gold? Is it really that valuable?
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Viking Sólarsteinn Sunstones Used For Navigation - Iceland Spar
Viking "Sólarsteinn" Sunstones Used For Navigation - Iceland Spar
By: Linus Koepcke, Journalist
How did Vikings navigate at sea without GPS?
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Tools from the stoneage / bronze age by arnybo is marked with CC BY-SA 2.0.
The Evolution Of Tech From The Oldest Periods In Human History
By: Arthur Pandey, Journalist
One of the earliest well dated bronze age objects, a knife, was discovered in the Gansu province of China which had been cast in a mold.
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Energy In a Dying Universe
Energy In a Dying Universe
By: Thomas Ritchey
Everyone knows that energy that goes in to a black hole is trapped forever. Slipping past the event horizon, falling infinitely into an infinitely empty, infinitely deep and yet still infinitely dense well, concentrated in an infinitely small pebble at the bottom. We all know this energy is trapped forever... or is it?
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Deepwater Aquaponics Floating Rafts Growing Lettuce, Basil and Arugula
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Aquaponics-The Future Farm
By: Yusuf Lashin, Jounralist

What are Aquaponics? Well aquaponics is a really interesting sustainable method for food growth and production. It combines traditional aquacultures (cultivation of water animals as clams, fish, crayfish,...

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The Plastic Roads In India
The Plastic Roads In India
By: Noah Yazdani, Journalist
In 2001, a new way of paving roads was discovered. Invented in India, the plastic roads were made for a better environment, and a smoother ride.
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Minecraft Legends: Mojang's Action-Strategy Game
By: Grant Le, Journalist
An answer to a bunch of questions about Minecraft Legends that nobody asked.
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the mrbrown show: Podcast Studio v4 by mr brown is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.
What You Need to Make a Podcast Studio
By: Noah Siegel, Journalist
Podcasting has become a big way of putting your voice out in the past few years. They have gotten very popular like the ImPaulsive podcast and the Joe Rogan podcast.This article will tell you the best options for expensive and inexpensive equipment for your very own podcasting studio.
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Doom Disks by VoxPelli is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0. To view a copy of this license, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/?ref=openverse.
Why Everything Can and Will Run Doom
By: Oliver Tabbal, Journalist
Doom has been ported to practically everything that has a screen. This is because of multiple factors, including Doom being open source.
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Effects Of Music Therapy
By: Camryn Swift, Journalist
Music therapy is a effective type of trauma relief that everyone can do.
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Thoughts On Hollow Knight: Silksong
By: Grant Le, Journalist
Hollow Knight: Silksong is something I'm really excited for, so just let me talk about it.
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The Evolution of Nintendo Gaming Consoles
By: Noah Siegel, Journalist
Nintendo was one of the first big at home gaming consoles. It has evolved through multiple generations and will definitely go down in the gaming console hall of fame. This is the evolution of Nintendo Gaming Consoles
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Glow in the Dark Street Road Lines
By: Sydney Kiffney

Tarmac Landing is collaborating with Omni Grip and Vic Roads to do a trial run of glow in the dark road lines. The trial will be taken place...

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RAIN WORLD: A Beautifully Sophisticated Survival Game
By: Grant Le, Journalist
In the middle of an unforgiving ecosystem, there lies you, doing everything can you can to survive the dangers of this world.
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2018 Tokyo Game Show HyperX Booth by fugutabetai_shyashin is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.
Read this Before Buying a Hyperx Quadcast S
By: Noah Siegel, Journalist

In the world of gaming accessories, microphones are a big part. The hyperx quadcast S is a very popular microphone that is decked out in LEDs...

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The Mercedes-Benz Vision ATVR: Vision of the Future
The Mercedes-Benz Vision ATVR: Vision of the Future
By: Ishaan Pandya, Journalist
The control panel will start pulsating meaning the car is ready to go. To use the controls, you have to put your hand up, and the controls will be displayed onto your hand.
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Electric vs Gasoline Cars- Which is Better?
By: Miles Kastner, Journalist
While gas vehicles are typically less expensive and easier to refuel, there are some advantages to owning an electric vehicle that have nothing to do with pricing.
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Bugatti Divo: The Eight Million Dollar Car
By: Jason Reznikov, Journalist
In 2018, Bugatti released what they call a "one-off" car. Named after the French racer Albert Divo, only 4o Bugatti Divos were ever built for the whole planet, with each car costing nearly 5 million dollars brand-new.
McLaren Elva
McLaren Elva
By: Noah Yazdani, Journalist
McLaren has manufactured many cars throughout the years, but none as significant as the Elva.
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Why We Should Only Have Electric Cars
By: James Goodwin, Journalist
Electric cars are the future of the world due to the lack of fossil fuels
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Lamborghini Countach LPI 800-4
By: Andrew Hogge
The limited Edition Countach is homage to the old Countach models but has a twist with a battery, and a V-12 engine so it's a hybrid.

Society of Pacific Region Fishery Officers (SPRFO)
Fishery Officers
By: Allen Chhu

What do Fishery officers do? Fishery officers patrol, enforce, and educate. They patrol the coast, rivers, and beaches for any illegal activities like fishing without a permit,...

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Frogmouths: Nocturnal Masters of Camouflage
By: Julia Clavecillas
Often mistaken to be owls, frogmouths have wide eyes to help them see in the dark. However, unlike owls, frogmouths have broad, hooked beaks and weak feet and legs.
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The Hickory Horned Devil: A Dangerous Creature or a Harmless Caterpillar?
By: Julia Clavecillas
With its vibrant body, intimidating spines, and impressive size, the Hickory Horned Devil is indeed a noticeable creature. This caterpillar can be found all across the United States and can grow up to 5.5 inches or 14 centimeters long.
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MyQ Pet Portal
By: Connor Mulherin, Reporter

The MyQ Pet Portal is the best dog door you will ever see. Everybody knows that constantly opening and closing the door for your dog can be quite annoying. Well, if you buy...

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Bats
By: Pedro Lopez
You will learn a few things about bats about what they eat, do, and facts about these mammals.
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Cicadas, What's The Point?
By: Siamba Oguah
You can hear the chorus of the cicadas every afternoon, but what's the point in them? Periodical cicadas, the ones out now, come out every 13-17.
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What Happens If Mosquitos Go Extinct?
By: Kevin Le
As summer starts to come, mosquitos have slowly come out with it. Have you ever thought about killing every single one of these annoying bugs?
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Fireflies And How They Are Able To Light Up
By: Taryn Heuvelman
Fireflies are magnificent creatures that miraculously are able to light up.
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Conservation Drones
By: Nathan Britton, Journalist
To track poachers and animals, they use a special camera that senses heat.
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The War on Goats
By: Allen Chhu
Many species can only be found there, like the Galapagos Tortoise. In 1959 three goats got on to the main island, and then around 14 years later, those three goats multiplied to an estimated 30,000.
Bees - Why Are They Important?
Bees - Why Are They Important?
By: Umar Tyler
Learn about bees, and why they occupy an important role on the earth!
Platypus by dnatheist is licensed under CC BY 2.0
Platypus Are Weird
By: Allen Chhu

Overview Platypuses are weird animals. They seem to have been an inbreeding of several different animals plus a flurry of other weirdness. For example, platypuses are mammals...

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The Beginning Of Our Universe
By: Arthur Pandey, Journalist
Technically, the universe expanded from an explosion which is called The Big Bang. As space quickly expanded, the universe cooled and matter was formed. One second after the Big Bang, according to scientists, the universe was filled with tons of neutrons, protons, electrons, anti-electrons, photons and neutrinos.
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Ares I-X Rocket and Space Shuttle (NASA, 10/28/09) by NASAs Marshall Space Flight Center is marked with CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.
Spacecrafts
By: Marija Petrushevska , Journalist
Space crafts were built to explore in space and discover the unknown. The first reusable spacecraft by NASA was launched in 1981.
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Black Holes May Shape Galaxies (NASA, Chandra, Hubble, 03/03/10) by NASAs Marshall Space Flight Center is marked with CC BY-NC 2.0.
How do black holes form?
By: Ali Iskandar, Journalist
A black hole takes up zero space, but does have mass — originally, most of the mass that used to be a star. And black holes get “bigger” (technically, more massive) as they consume matter near them. The bigger they are, the larger a zone of “no return” they have, where anything entering their territory is irrevocably lost to the black hole. This point of no return is called the event horizon.
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Landing the Space Shuttle
By: Cavanagh Keelin
The space shuttle faced a problem when landing, it was orbiting Earth at over 17,000 mph with almost no air resistance or engine power to help slow it down.
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SpaceX vs Blue Origin
By: Jason Reznikov, Journalist
The billionaire space race that has been taking place for about 20 years has finally hit mainstream media as new innovations and promises take the world by storm.
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Dwarf Planet Ceres by NASA Goddard Photo and Video is marked with CC BY 2.0.
Ceres: A Planet That May Hold Water
By: Jason Reznikov, Journalist
Scientists believe that Ceres may have held a liquid ocean in the past.
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The Heat Death/Big Freeze Theory
By: Thomas Ahern, Journalist
A question I'm sure that many have asked is "How will the universe end." Well, the Heat Death/Big Freeze is a possibility.
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NASAs Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite, or UARS, is expected to re-enter Earths atmosphere late September by NASA Goddard Photo and Video is marked with CC BY 2.0. To view the terms, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/?ref=openverse
How Satellites Helped Ukraine
By: Oliver Tabbal, Journalist
The ongoing Russia-Ukraine war is bad, but there is a way that other countries can help. That is satellites, whether for communication or imagery, and they are saving lives and helping Ukraine every day.
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Is There Life Out There? Mars
By: Dannia Rajo Carballo, Journalist

There has always been a question about whether or not aliens exist, or if there is any sort of life on another planet. Well, scientists have discovered evidence that shows signs of liquid water on Mars,...

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Axial Tilt
By: Allen Chhu
The four seasons are caused by the axial tilt of the earth, also called obliquity, but what if the axial tilt of the earth changed?
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The Theory of General Relativity is... Complicated
By: Max Harr-Robins, Journalist
The theory of general relativity was created by Albert Einstein in 1916 and shows that space isn’t just a stage that is unmoving, but a warping environment that can get “bent”. Masses bend the spacetime around it and the heavier the mass, the more bent spacetime is.
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What Would Happen If We Blew Up The Moon
By: Thomas Ahern, Journalist
However, a nuclear bomb would not be nearly enough to blow up the moon, as all it would leave would just be another moon crater. So that leaves the question; what would blow up the moon?
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