Sorry I couldn’t post last month, was kind of busy. I’ll try to post from now on. I’ll post every other day, since I can’t really keep up every day like in October. However, that might change later this month, since I’ll have more time over the winter break. Keep reading! Advertisements
Nature is a wonderful thing. It continues to fascinate us with its diversity and sheer power. It can create delicate flowers and sic huge walls of water on our cities. But some of the most amazing things about our planet is the things we don’t know about it. Take the Bodélé Depression, for instance. It’s a small valley in the African nation of Chad. From October… Continue reading Mother Earth
Some of you might remember my post about Brain Facts about a month ago, and are familiar about some aspects of the brain. However, the majority of people out there harbor many misconceptions about the mass of grey matter up in our heads, some of which have been reinforced by popular culture to the point where it… Continue reading Brain Myths Busted
Halloween is here, time for spooky costumes and candy! But why do we do this? Why do we dress up, knock on strangers’ doors, and get free candy? It all started more than 2000 years ago, in Britain and Ireland. At this time, a group of people called the Celts resided there. November 1 was… Continue reading Spooky!
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If you’re like the majority of students, you dislike tests, sometimes with a vengeance. There is good reason to that too, since the brain isn’t very renowned for taking in info and keeping it. However, there’s some things you can do before and during the big test to help prime your nerve center for action.… Continue reading Test Hacks