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by: Milo



Sample Number  - Weight[Grams] - Volume(ml) - Density(gm/ml)
7                    124.9                  56               2.23 6                    108.5                  42               2.58 9                    199.5                 57.5             3.46 3                    44.7                   40                1.11 5                   114.8                  39                2.94 2                     137.3               56              2.45 12                  146.2               54               2.61


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The Impact of Humanity on The Environment

In the modern world, humans have created technological revolutions over the past decades and one of those are nuclear powers. Nuclear power has created many development and tragedies over the years, and many of those have affected the environment. One of those is in WWII, one of JapanÅ› major city, Fukushima got bombed by the US governor, for the Japanese to surrender and for them to win the war. The impact here is the ecosystem inside and surrounding Fukushima. The aftermath is that the city became uninhabitable to both men and creatures. The impact was big enough to create an awareness to the world that, nuclear weapons are to be prohibited in modern warfare. On the other side, people and scientist have created nuclear power plant instead of nuclear bomb which is very destructive in power. Nuclear power can be developed in different ways, both good and bad.

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When I enrolled this school I started debating because I've never debated before so I want to try it. Then I got into it and like it first I just want to try but now I want to be a great debater. I also got to practice both my English and my analysis skills. It's a lot of fun and it made me got to know other people and learn from their mistake.


































MR. Gary
Lab 1
1.
  Too much bouncing -- Speed decrease
2.
  5meter/4sec
less bouncing
smoother ramp
3.
  No because the ground is not stable
4.
  Gravity/Gravity
5.
  20cm off ground
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