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Recycling       The man grabbed his soda and guzzled the last drops down. He playfully shot it into the recycling can like a basketball. (Did you know that an aluminum can is able to power a TV for three hours?) Luckily, he didn’t throw it into the garbage. The can landed with a hollow plunk. Flies Read more…

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Rereading   Reading is one of my most favorite things to do. Almost everyone knows how to read. However, books can sometimes be complicated and hard to understand. When this happens, one of the things that can be really helpful is to read the book over again. Reading the book over again can allow you Read more…

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THE COMPELLING PUFFER FISH  When you are in danger what do you do? Most species do not blow themselves up when they are in danger. However, the puffer fish is one of the few animals that does blow itself up in self-defense. What other features may this animal hold? What kind of incidents could this Read more…

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The Conflict Between Fate and Freewill     Fate is a very unpredictable thing that can prove to be challenging or benefiting to a person, because there are times where the positive mountains come, and times when negative valleys will occur. Fate has a role for every single person. Some people have bigger roles than Read more…

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The da Vinci Disappearance     Leonardo da Vinci strolled through the crowd slowly with his mind on how to improve his new flying machine. Ever since he was a child he had pondered about how things worked, while all the other children were playing games. His biggest dream was to invent something that would Read more…