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This week, we learned …
… how to terraform Mars.
- What materials are necessary to terraform Mars?What materials are necessary to terraform Mars?
- How would terraforming a planet determine what organisms could be introduced there?
… pre-K might not be all it’s cracked up to be.
… scientists accidentally discovered an efficient process to turn carbon dioxide into ethanol.
… how to teach middle-schoolers in this “mess of an election season.”
… the benefits of raising bilingual children.
… the Great Barrier Reef is dead … Long live the Great Barrier Reef.
… the universe is much, much larger than we thought.
… a thousand-year tradition is ending as an Alaskan village engages in its last whale hunt.
… Washington, D.C., was not built in a swamp.
… the logistics of Star Wars, and why we’ve been thinking about aliens all wrong.
3 thoughts on “11 Things We Learned This Week!”
How could the scientist control the fallout of the Nuclear Warhead? How would they control the chain reaction surrounding Mars, the other planets, and the Universe in general? How long would it take for this whole process to take? I thought “Space X” or other programs were going to try to colonize Mars by 2021?
It’s really good to convert CO2 into ethanol.. It’s good for environment.. But ethanol is a fuel used in generators and vehicles and vehicles are big source of pollution.. So this is gonna be work for a better future enviournment?
Terraforming the other other planet!!! How is it even possible to change the whole enviournment , atmosphere of a planet?? It’s not a fairy tale we are living in a real world…
In my perception I don’t think this would ever happen.. It would be a new harard to our blue planet.. Instead of making earth a better planet how can we even think about Terraforming another planet!!!!!