A volcano in Japan is making a new island. It is very cool!
I just watched an Asap Science video on youtube about lucid dreams. It was kind of weird, but interesting. Kinda creepy, too.
Rachel, since you’ve been very interested in the Loch Ness monster lately I thought you would like this article. It is about a very large “oarfish” which was discovered dead off the coast of California. The article explains fish like this might be some of the reasons we hear stories about giant sea serpents in […]
Just a minute ago, I read an amazing article on yahoo about dragons. I am that kind of person who loves science fiction. Sometimes I watch stuff about ghosts, the Loch Ness Monster, and other mystical creatures. I want to believe in them, so I do. It doesn’t matter how old you are. You can […]
This is my homework. It is pretty basic. Just drawing cells from the text book. Where are the experiments?
This afternoon I watched the TEDx talk, “Seth Shostak: ET is (probably) out there — get ready.” I totally agree with what Seth says about the statistical probability / near certainly of extra-terrestrial life and intelligence being “out there” in space. I also agree with his point that we need to focus on getting kids […]
Rachel recorded this last night, following several discussions we’ve been having over the past few weeks about science and becoming a scientist. Last spring I took Rachel to Chris Simon’s classroom at Independence Elementary School in Yukon Public Schools, and she was VERY impressed with the STEM lessons Mr. Simon does with his students. She […]
A week or so before winter break, we had a cold snap in Oklahoma City. Rachel reported on some EXCITING sprinkler ice we saw walking home from school.
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In this podcast, Rachel (age 7) and Wesley discuss some questions about how stars are born.
Sent from my iPad
Cross-posted to Talking Science!
Rachel (age 6) asked today about why other people in our family wear glasses and she doesn’t. She shared what she learned today about how the eye works. http://ipad.io/Jch This was my napkin sketch I used to try and explain this to her. Sent from my iPhone Posted via email from wesley fryer’s posterous