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mit-wheels.gif Humanity's Choice (via M.I.T.): Inaction (“No Policy”) eliminates most of the uncertainty about whether future warming will be catastrophic. Aggressive emissions reductions greatly improves humanity's chances.
Over at the Homeschool Classroom. by Melissa on October 14, 2012. Our local field trip co-op has been a huge blessing in our homeschooling adventure. Click here to read a guest post I wrote about how to start on of your own.
In our homeschool this week… This week went by so fast it seems like a blur. I am always thrown off when we have a Monday holiday. Two of the girls started back to their music lessons. We are just plugging away.
Children can and do get hurt in nature-based play – as they have throughout human history, and as they always will. ... Public play spaces in Europe offer more risk than most U.S. playgrounds - and probably more fun!
J. Nathan Matias: "A few weeks ago, I received a fascinating package in the mail. It was a copy of the gospel of Luke interleaved with graph paper and QR codes. In this post, I interview the creators of Uncover, review it, offer design ideas for transmedia religious texts, and reflect on data privacy in religion" ...
Slate MagazineScientists Establish a Town of Their Own on a Remote Canadian IslandSlate MagazineEP: I believe our independence, focus, and long-term commitment will produce great science in a part of the world that deserves attention.
NBCNews.comSpace Shuttle Endeavour's Final Miles Turn Into All-Night Affair (VIDEO, PHOTOS)Huffington PostEndeavour's 12-mile crawl across Los Angeles to the California Science Museum hit repeated delays Saturday and Sunday, leaving expectant...
Birthdays-The Homeschool Mother's Journal. October14. Photobucket. In my life this week… Last Tuesday I had a ... In our homeschool this week… We have had an extremely busy week. We began our study of President ...
http://t.co/qG2Cis44 Science Notebooking: Social Studies Project and Notebook Idea... This is a wonderful way for science students to display their finds whether it be archeological or geological finds. Love the presentation mode!
If you know about Frog, and you think about their work in the '80s, it was synonymous with Apple--they were the ones who designed the cases for the Apple IIc and the first Macintoshes, not to mention Apple’s first tablet concept.
Who says electric motorcycles are uncool?!
For this one I might consider switching from car to motorcycle.
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