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Solar-Powered Seawater Converter Built In Kenya
By: Robert Martirosyan
Tesla has done it yet again.
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Why are you bored?
By: Ethan Vu

Everyone gets bored but don't you wonder why?  It usually happens when your friend is ranting about an unimportant event that you didn't go to or you're waiting for the bus...

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3 Endangered Animals
By: Nazli Pazhouhfam

There are a lot of animals that are endangered but today we will be talking about the top 3, the Javan rhinoceros, the Vaquita, and the Mountain gorilla. Javan rhinoceros Javan rhinoceros are becoming...

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The Amazon Rainforest - Preservation Issues
By: Evan Nanthavong
Overtime many dangers have arisen to the Amazon Rainforests.
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Scientists Discover Coral Reef Taller Than The Empire State Building in Australia's Great Barrier Reef
By: Khira Reavis
Recently discovered, an enormous 1600 foot tall coral reef was found in Australia's Great Barrier Reef. The Empire State Building is only 1,250 feet which makes the newly found coral reef dominate it in comparison.
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Throwing Trash into Space?
By: Evan Nanthavong
While launching our trash into space could be extremely beneficial to us, there are 2 main problems.
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Tropical Rainforest
Tropical Rainforest
By: Donis Ramirez Gonzalez
Tropical rainforests are rainforests that occur in areas of tropical jungle climate where there are no dry places.
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Casetify Compostable Phone and AirPod Cases
By: Abigail Romero

The Canopy Project was started by the Earth Day Network, and Casetify is a proud partner of the project. The Canopy Project, started in 2010, is a project that has been worked on world wide to restore...

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Bioluminescent Bacteria
By: Prix Hixson

What is Bioluminescent bacteria? Bioluminescent bacteria is a light produced bacteria, that is often found in sea water, on top of decomposing fish, or in the gut of sea animals, on the bottom of the ocean...

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Ways Firefighters Put Out Wildfires
By: Jason Vallejos Almaraz

Wildfires are happening all over California. Firefighter are trying to stop all these fires from happening. Firefighters are doing different ways to stop the fires. Firefighters use planes that have fertilizer...

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The Possibilities Of Spider Silk
By: Daniel Liu

Spider silk is one of the strongest substances on Earth and is the second strongest biological material on Earth. Recently, scientists have been trying to convert this material into something that humans...

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Rating Celebrities Based Off of Their Carbon Footprint
By: Isabella Pelini

In today's fast paced world we often wonder whether or not something somebody does is environmentally conscious. Well, today we will see just how considerate some of the best known celebrities are based...

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How The Fires Can Affect Climate Change
By: Liam Ballew

It's obvious that the smoke from wildfires would contribute to climate change, but how much would it really do? Wildfires, like normal fires, release carbon dioxide on a far larger scale than normal fires....

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Saving Coral Reefs with Pipes
By: Abigail Romero

Civil Engineer Mo Ehsani believes that all it will take to save the coral reefs are pipes. "This is our planet, and we are messing it up and not taking care of it. We have a moral obligation to try to...

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MRE story-the Canadian IMP
By: Joe Lam
A soldier on a battlefield needs a lot of equipment in order to survive. His body armor protect him in case somebody try to kill him, his rifle protect him by killing those who want to harm it's user by killing them first, the first-aid kit protect him by healing the soldier up when he is wounded and also fight off infections. And what's left? Food.
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Selfie Toaster
By: Isabella Phillips
The selfie toaster is a fun and creative way to eat your toasty bread each morning, and what's not to love about eating yourself? That's right, the selfie toaster is a normal toaster... with a twist.
Edible Flowers
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Edible Flowers
By: Reagan Vaughn

When you think of flowers, you imagine how they look, not how they taste. Their are some flowers that you can actually eat. Edible flowers include Marigolds, Alliums, Honeysuckles,...

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Immortal Jellyfish - The Animal That Can Reverse Time
By: Shrey Sharma
This astonishing animal has the power to reverse its own life cycle, turning back into a larva.
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Hawks
By: Donis Ramirez Gonzalez
Hawks are a group of medium-sized diurnal raptors in the family of birds such as Accipitridae.
"Breaching Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae)" by Gregory
How Whales Evolved from the Land
By: Benita Xavier
Whales are the animals not only the in the sea, but in the entire planet. But the species they've evolved from, not so much.
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The Beatles, How They Were Formed
By: Santiago Salazar

The Beatles, such an amazing band that still to this day, live on with their outstanding music. But how were the Beatles formed? It all began in 1957 when two music loving...

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The Making of The Nightmare Before Christmas
By: Cindy DeLeon-DeLeon

Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas tells the tale of Jack Skellington, in the setting of Halloween town. The movie has a unique art style that is very different...

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Which Is Better Naruto Or Boruto?
By: Ahmed Hersi

Naruto is the dad of boruto. Naruto and boruto have very different stories. Naruto had nothing and was hated by the village then overcame the obstacles and saved the world....

A quasar.
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Quasars: The Brightest Objects in the Universe
By: Shrey Sharma
What exactly is a quasar? How is it formed? And more importantly, why is it so bright?
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Are Alternate Universes Real?
By: Shrey Sharma
Are we the only universe out there? Or we only one in billions?
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Where is Santa Claus?
By: Julia Clavecillas
Christmas Eve is approaching us fast, and as many children excitedly await Santa Claus’s visit to their homes to deliver gifts, you can watch Santa’s journey around the world using the NORAD Santa Tracker!
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Artemis-Mission to the Moon
By: Abhinav Palikala
The NASA Artemis missions aim to send the first woman, and man to the Moon by 2024.
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Arecibo Telescope Collapses in Puerto Rico
By: Oliver Singhvi
The Arecibo Observatory was a radio telescope in Puerto Rico that recently collapsed.
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NASA has Found Water on the Sunlit Part of the Moon
By: Oliver Singhvi
This new discovery could have serious effects on space travel in the future. For example, a lunar colony is much more likely. Moon exploration might happen sooner. NASA says that they will try to send another person to the moon by 2024. They are also thinking of making a safe and sustainable colony on the moon bye the end of the decade.
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Life on Mars
Life on Mars
By: Yasmin Berjaoui
Many of you probably heard about astronomers finding signs of life on Mars also known as "The red planet"
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Multiverses and How They Work
By: Kalkidan Legesse

What if there is another version of you that lives in a completely different universe, living a completely different life, making completely different decisions? Have you ever wondered about the idea of...

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How Powerful the Sun Really Is
By: Shrey Sharma
Do you think you know just how powerful the sun really is? Because you're almost guaranteed to be wrong.
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Diagram of a wormhole.
Gamma Ray Blasts May Show That Some Black Holes May Actually be Doorways Through Time
By: Shrey Sharma
Are wormholes real? Or are they just a concept? New studies may find the answer.
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"Hey...Wanna Go to Mars? (NASA, 07/31/14)" by NASA
What is it Like On Mars?
By: Victoria Pham

Looking at Mars, it's a very stunning red planet. It's the fourth planet away from the Sun which is about 140 million miles away. But have you ever what is it like on Mars? If so, this is a great article...

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Why Is NASA Not Sending People To Mars Yet?
By: Rafik Chakoui

NASA has big plans of sending things to Mars, such as voyages, and spaceships that can track detail. They even discovered water to be on Mars. Although why aren't people going to mars to do investigation...

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