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Many people believe that time is an arrow that shoots forward. Entropy is referred to as things going from order to disorder. If you keep shuffling a deck of cards it becomes more and more chaotic from its original position, but if from some statistically odd coincidence the deck is rearranged back to its original state then we have a closed system of reverse entropy. 75 more words

Wake Up And Smell It ALL Not Just The Roses

More than Dinner Trivia

By Cheyenne Stonick, West Central Florida Delegation

As men who hadn’t bathed for days fought over gold nuggets in glittering California streams, a different, more valuable kind of treasure was being discovered across the Atlantic Ocean. 534 more words

Florida YIG

Technology vs. Tragedy

By Bradley Harwood, Tampa Delegation

Technology at its best can have traumatic results for some. Another view, according to Estelle Wolfman, Staffing Coordinator from Hillsborough County Schools, is technology “. 454 more words

Florida YIG

Ask Yiggy with Camya Robinson

By Tina Strock, Tampa Delegation

Second Year Legislative delegate Camya Robinson of the First Coast Delegation, is serving as a committee chair this year. Yiggy the Aardvark had a few questions for her. 313 more words

Florida YIG

Capitol Briefings Opening Ceremonies Edition

Read our Opening Ceremonies edition of Capitol Briefing for Florida Youth In Government’s 59th State Assembly below.

Article include:

  • Welcome to the 59th State Assembly: Words from the 2015-2016 Press Corps…
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Florida YIG

Hugh's Weekly Photo Challenge Week 16 Behind


Last September I attended a Native American Heritage Day festival being held in a large park near my home. There was food, demonstrations, music and of course, the amazing colorful costumes. 80 more words

Annette Rochelle Aben

B.C. Winter Games officially begin in Penticton

PENTICTON, B.C. – It was a sold out crowd at the South Okanagan Events Centre for the opening ceremonies of the B.C. Winter Games Thursday night. 162 more words