Monthly Archives: October 2011

Unique Human Adaption Prezi

What Makes Us Us. on Prezi     This is my Prezi about the unique human feature, planning ahead. This explains how and what the most important human feature is. All of my ideas are in the Prezi. I hope … Continue reading

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Fiction From Lego

Click on the image for full sized image. Jake’s Entry How Jake came into the RPI. (Rebel Pirates Intelligence) Bombs echoed in the distance. Screams of agony flying in all directions. You may think this is wild, scary, crazy, or … Continue reading

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Blog Action Day 2011: Food

Blog Action Day 2011:Food   Last year, the world wrote about one thing-water. This year, it is all about FOOD.      Since we have a ever increasing population, many supplies are on demand. We also daily buy foods, which … Continue reading

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Is it ethical to do all the experiments we have seen with bonobos/chimps/apes?

Ethical: morally correct; noble, worthy; virtuous; It is ethical that monkeys are used in experiments, if they are not in any form of danger,  because the monkeys will learn things that wild monkeys do not. They might learn how to communicate or how … Continue reading

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Crow Video

[youtube][youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZSk7oCNaHg[/youtube][/youtube] [youtube][youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fAGzY9rnaA&feature=related[/youtube] [/youtube]   The last one represents kindness for another species, from a crow. Share This

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Definition of Learning

Definition of Learning:              I want to learn to try and come up with solutions to real problems.  I think this is what learning is about. I want to do things that I want in learning … Continue reading

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