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Falling Objects

This is one that stumps kids (and sometimes adults). Ask a kid which will hit the ground first, a heavy object or a light object. Most often, they will say a heavy object. 654 more words

LGC- Week 2 and Week 3

(ICYMI Week 2…commenced 25th July 2016.)

So…this week I have been stuck into the organisation and relationships (strictly platonic) with colleagues are building…slowly. This week I wasn’t the newbie in the office…work experience. 1,060 more words

Into the Fray Uber Leaps...

I read today that Uber is planning on introducing autonomous cars into the Pittsburg area soon.  This is key for them as a significant cost for Uber is the required human driver.  681 more words


How Debate Team Changed My Life

Just over a year ago today, I opened my e-mail inbox to find this:

Hi guys,

I just wanted to let you know that the three of you have been selected to represent at the competition this year.

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Duct Tape

Duct tape has a benign beginning. Vesta Stoudt, who worked in a WWII ordinance factory, noticed flimsy closures on the ammunition boxes and recommended a stronger cloth tape. 829 more words


Early forensics and crime-solving chemists - Deborah Blum

In a CSI age, we take forensic science for granted. New York did not have a medical examiner or forensic toxicologist until 1918, whose eventual arrival changed the landscape of crime investigation forever. 16 more words

Gr 9-10 Science

The Line Between Here and Now (FI series book #2)

A couple of days ago I suggested that the fans of Criminal Minds should read the Forensics Instincts series. I reviewed the first book, The Girl Who Disappeared Twice… 255 more words