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Learning Target- (Natural Selection) CRISPER crew at lunch today
1-You need your Notebook. For those who are done with your offspring, have out your Cosmic Voyage handout from Thursday to correct, we will start the hour in watching:
Evolution v.s. Natural Selection=2 min, Leftovers, The Antibiotic Apocalypse Explained
(Write down each title, then sum up each of the preceding titles in less than a paragraph each in your notebook.)
and the
I still have 6 people without kids.. Log on to your computer, and with your "Genetic/Faces lab" partner and complete the lab "Faces" read and complete each Punnett Squares for every given trait. When done with the lab packet open the desktop icon green square/white arrow.
Select "Faces" Follow the lab instructions to construct your most likely kid.
Finish the Faces/Punnett Square lab, use the gene pairs to tell you the number code range. Select the numbered drawing that looks the most like the trait selected done screen shot (Ctrl+Alt+PrtSrn) your most likely "Kid" then paste into paint, select and cut JUST the kids picture and then paste into a Word doc.
Create a text box next to the "face" put both "birth" parents names, and kids name in bold, BIG text, then state where each trait on the face came from- i.e.- Dad's nose Ll, Mom's eyes bb etc. and its code.
Print off three pictures, one for each "parent" and one that I will use to grade. This is a "test" grade=200
If you missed - Mechanism of Evolution Friday do so now!
1. A species is- A community of animals capable of breeding with each other and making an offspring that can also breed and reproduce.
2. Genes are found in DNA and in groups of three called codons and code for protein.
3. The more offspring produced the more little differences are possible
4. Heredity is the passing on of DNA to offspring.
5. Two factors :
Recombination is the random mixing of DNA of two creatures in sperm and egg cells.
Mutations are random changes in DNA Triggered by toxins chemicals or radiation (Copying errors)
6. Creatures make so much effort to create as offspring different as possible.
7. Darwin's Finches discovered by Charles Darwin
8. At first after the storm, finch paradise then as food ran out, natural selection set in and ecological niches set in and after many generations, differences between so great they could not breed with one another. This created different species.
9. Today's 14 species of finch were descended by interaction of unique individuals, excess production of offspring, recombination and mutation in heredity and selection

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Start Adapt or Die lab. We will finish Adapt or Die Wednesday.



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Evidence for evolution clearly stated
Evolution or not, then Adapt or die



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CRISPER crew at lunch today, last day?
1- Finish your Adapt or Die lab from yesterday, Tuesday we will have a quiz over Adapt or die
(We need to vote on something. Remind me after attendance.)
When done with the vote I need to place order for 3-D printer by Friday, time is mission critical)
When done, with Adapt or die,....learn from these:
Why Do Animals Eat Their Babies?
Males vs. Females: Sexual Conflict
Epigenetics: Why Inheritance Is Weirder Than We Thought
Are We Really 99% Chimp?
Why Do We Have More Boys Than Girls?
The Secret Social Life of Plants
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1-You need your headphones, then finish your Adapt or Die lab from Friday by the end of the hour, Tuesday we will have a quiz over Adapt or die.Go to this link in your google account and read it- How to build an off road electric car. Enroll in Moodle and take HTBAOREC test. You must earn a 100% on it in the next four weeks before the timeline test.

When done, with Adapt or die and the car instructions,....learn from these:
Why Do Animals Eat Their Babies?
Males vs. Females: Sexual Conflict
Epigenetics: Why Inheritance Is Weirder Than We Thought
Are We Really 99% Chimp?
Why Do We Have More Boys Than Girls?
The Secret Social Life of Plants


Adapt or Die

1960-1970 PPT The turmoil years

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Monday, March 23rd, 2015 Cosmos at lunch until Spring Break, Star Wars at lunch after break. In your planner put the following needs: 4 batteries, rubber bands, dead pen bodies, 4 tires
Thermohaline Currents
Aurora
Kick a puppy
Twins?
Human
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Adapt or Die test
Tour of your ancestors
1-Log on to your computer, you need your headphones and notebook/Adapt or die lab for the test you may use your labs and notes, then do the following sims in order-
Phage Wars
FRED Measles Epidemic Simulator
Outbreak at Watersedge
Pandemic II
Pandemic II H
Infectious Disease
Outbreak!
As you investigate the sim, ask yourself how does the knowledge of Biology, cells and evolution help you play the game.
Go to this link in your google account and read it- How to build an off road electric car. Enroll in Moodle and take HTBAOREC test. You must earn a 100% on it in the next four weeks before the timeline test.

Accretion Lab

Gravity and chain demoAccretion Video
Accretion Video 2Accretion Game downloadCosmic Crush
Nice matters-CBS News
http://earth.plus360degrees.com/
Helpful Social Hint-
Always say thank you when given something.
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1-Go to this link in your google account and read it- How to build an off road electric car. Enroll in Moodle and take HTBAOREC test. You must earn a 100% on it in the next four weeks before the timeline test.
2-Measles Explained — Vaccinate or Not? The Truth About Vaccine Safety
3-Do all the websites for Natural Selection in 25 minutes we will complete the lab.
4-Three clips- Natural selections and One child- China Consequences of China's One Child Policy
How does education benefit society?
Education provides economic benefits to society in many ways, because well-educated citizens are better-equipped for significant economic production. People with more education have knowledge and skills to perform higher-level employment roles. Other benefits include improved health, more stable families, improved environments and lower crime rates.
Here are 10 major differences between educated and non-educated people: (Stay in school!)
1a. people are skeptical.
I distinctly remember a former coworker of mine saying, "Those mechanics are a rip-off! They're always looking for the weak people. They'll charge you when you're not looking!!" He thought that everyone unjustly wanted his money and that everyone is out there to get him.
1b. people are trusting.
Surprisingly, a great deal of rich/educated people leave their car and house doors open. Conversely, in areas of poverty, you'll find that this behavior is highly unlikely to happen. Educated/rich people have the tendency to trust those they meet (within reason) and give others the opportunity to be themselves.
2a. _ people find fault.
_ are always looking for the problems instead of the solutions. They end up blaming their environment, circumstances, jobs, weather, government, and will make an extensive list of excuses as to why they cannot be successful.
2b. people find success.
_ people understand that everything happens for a reason. Rather than letting life happen to them, they take direct action and make big things happen. They put aside all the excuses and eradicate their blame lists because they have to do what must be done.
3a. _ people make assumptions.
When it comes to knowing the truth, people often make assumptions. If they want to reach out to a celebrity, they might say, "They probably don't have time to talk to me." Instead of checking the facts or asking questions, they never make a true attempt when it comes to getting what they want.
3b. people ask questions.
Many people ask the question, "What if?" For instance, "What if I wrote an email to the president and he or she answers?" If you begin to ask questions, you will save yourself a lot of hassle. The power is in the hands of those who ask the right questions. They don't answer your questions, question your answers.
4a. people say, 'they' and 'them.'
In the grocery store, the woman at the register said, "They never have enough cashiers. I don't know what's wrong with them." Obviously, this woman did not take any ownership and responsibility over her job. She certainly did separate herself from the job that was paying her.
4b. people say, 'we.'
At one of my favorite restaurants, the server said, "We take great delight in cooking our steaks in real fire." His sense of pride and ownership stimulated me, which allowed me to give him an honorable tip. Surely, you will be rich when you invest more into what you believe in.
5a. people want the cheapest way.
I was once shopping with a friend who only wanted to buy if they could find the cheapest clothing. They would rush to the clearance rack and pick up clothes that they didn't even want, but ended up buying because of a "deal." Unfortunately, they ended up never wearing it since they only bought the price.
5b. people want the best way.
_ people will go the extra mile to find quality material. They don't limit themselves to price and often seek service while they shop. _ people want organized services and will never settle with items that are worthless and unusable.
6a. _ people think money is more important than time.
Millions of people all over the world are trading their precious time for money. You can always get $500 back, but you can't get 50 hours again. nonetheless, the majority of people trade time for money and never realize their true potential because of it.
6b. people know that time is more important than money.
people never trade time for money. Moreover, they seek fulfilling experiences that dramatically alter their lives. Their careers are more focused on doing what they love and helping others, instead of merely clocking in for a meager paycheck.
7a. _ people compete.
When a person sees an opportunity, they find out how others are doing it and emulates them. Most often, they never consider another way of doing it. Instead, they settle in the belief that doing what others are doing is the best thing they can do for themselves.
7b. _ people create.
My neighbors were disgruntled when they found that their Porsche did not come in a specific shade of green, which they deeply wanted. Because of this, they decided to custom build their green Porsche with unprecedented specifications. I've never seen such a thing!
8a. people complain, condemn, and criticize.
Most _ people have learned how to be _ from their predecessors. Their family members have conditioned them to believe that everything is "wrong" instead of right. If you're ever heard someone ask, "What's wrong?" you'll know what I mean.
8b. people praise and enjoy their blessings.
Rich people know that they have many privileges and they don't take it for granted. Because of their appreciation of gifts, love, and circumstances, they are able to generate more. Many times, what gets praised gets prospered.
9a. people seek amateur advice.
They often listen to the opinions of others and seek approval from acquaintances. They believe almost everything they hear without questioning authority. They accept opinions as facts and prohibit themselves from doing research once satisfied with an answer.
9b. people seek expert advice.
Those who are _ have learned to think for themselves. If they cannot figure out something, they seek expert advice. Usually, they pay for the advice and are given a wide variety of options. They learn the experts only make suggestions, which means that they aren't particularly confined to a specific action.
10a. _ people have big television sets.
people take a lot of time to drift off to sporadic images of which they often have little to no control over. They use their free time to avoid the art of thinking (which is the most challenging task) and zone out to what many have conformed to believe is "entertainment."
10b. _ people have big libraries.
people are educated and read a lot of books. They use their knowledge in a way that benefits them. Instead of drifting off in random activities, they seek to get within their minds to understand themselves, others, and the world in which they live. In fact, as your personal library increase over the years, so will your home. I can attest to this!

To get a true perspective on how to become rich/educated, you must study educated/rich people. After all, you become what you study. If you're currently surrounded by people who aren't yet rich, just do the opposite of what they do. Soon enough, you'll be able to reach your financial dreams!

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(Natural Selection)
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In your planner put the following needs: 4 batteries, rubber bands, dead pen bodies, Rubber Bands, 4 tires in your locker in four weeks. Moodle car test link
1-You need your notebook and your headphones.
2-Finish the two websites for Natural Selection in 15 minutes we will complete the lab.
3-In your notebook write the following:
Consequences of China's One Child Policy
Measles Explained — Vaccinate or Not?
The Truth About Vaccine Safety
Sum up each title above in one sentence.

Communist State run or Democracy which has the best approach?

How does education benefit society?

Education provides economic benefits to society in many ways, because well-educated citizens are better-equipped for significant economic production. People with more education have knowledge and skills to perform higher-level employment roles. Other benefits include improved health, more stable families, improved environments and lower crime rates.
Here are 10 major differences between educated and non-educated people: (Stay in school!)
1a. people are skeptical.
I distinctly remember a former coworker of mine saying, "Those mechanics are a rip-off! They're always looking for the weak people. They'll charge you when you're not looking!!" He thought that everyone unjustly wanted his money and that everyone is out there to get him.
1b. are trusting.
Surprisingly, a great deal of rich/educated people leave their car and house doors open. Conversely, in areas of poverty, you'll find that this behavior is highly unlikely to happen. Educated/rich people have the tendency to trust those they meet (within reason) and give others the opportunity to be themselves.
2a. _ people find fault.
_ are always looking for the problems instead of the solutions. They end up blaming their environment, circumstances, jobs, weather, government, and will make an extensive list of excuses as to why they cannot be successful.
2b.people find success.
_ people understand that everything happens for a reason. Rather than letting life happen to them, they take direct action and make big things happen. They put aside all the excuses and eradicate their blame lists because they have to do what must be done.
3a. _people make assumptions.
When it comes to knowing the truth, _ people often make assumptions. If they want to reach out to a celebrity, they might say, "They probably don't have time to talk to me." Instead of checking the facts or asking questions, they never make a true attempt when it comes to getting what they want.
3b. _ people ask questions.
Many people ask the question, "What if?" For instance, "What if I wrote an email to the president and he or she answers?" If you begin to ask questions, you will save yourself a lot of hassle. The power is in the hands of those who ask the right questions. They don't answer your questions, question your answers.
4a. people say, 'they' and 'them.'
In the grocery store, the woman at the register said, "They never have enough cashiers. I don't know what's wrong with them." Obviously, this woman did not take any ownership and responsibility over her job. She certainly did separate herself from the job that was paying her.
4b. people say, 'we.'
At one of my favorite restaurants, the server said, "We take great delight in cooking our steaks in real fire." His sense of pride and ownership stimulated me, which allowed me to give him an honorable tip. Surely, you will be rich when you invest more into what you believe in.
5a. people want the cheapest way.
I was once shopping with a friend who only wanted to buy if they could find the cheapest clothing. They would rush to the clearance rack and pick up clothes that they didn't even want, but ended up buying because of a "deal." Unfortunately, they ended up never wearing it since they only bought the price.
5b. people want the best way.
_ people will go the extra mile to find quality material. They don't limit themselves to price and often seek service while they shop. _ people want organized services and will never settle with items that are worthless and unusable.
6a. _ people think money is more important than time.
Millions of people all over the world are trading their precious time for money. You can always get $500 back, but you can't get 50 hours again. Nonetheless, the majority of people trade time for money and never realize their true potential because of it.
6b. _people know that time is more important than money.
people never trade time for money. Moreover, they seek fulfilling experiences that dramatically alter their lives. Their careers are more focused on doing what they love and helping others, instead of merely clocking in for a meager paycheck.
7a. _ people compete.
When a person sees an opportunity, they find out how others are doing it and emulates them. Most often, they never consider another way of doing it. Instead, they settle in the belief that doing what others are doing is the best thing they can do for themselves.
7b. _ people create.
My neighbors were disgruntled when they found that their Porsche did not come in a specific shade of green, which they deeply wanted. Because of this, they decided to custom build their green Porsche with unprecedented specifications. I've never seen such a thing!
8a. people complain, condemn, and criticize.
Most _ people have learned how to be _ from their predecessors. Their family members have conditioned them to believe that everything is "wrong" instead of right. If you're ever heard someone ask, "What's wrong?" you'll know what I mean.


8b. people praise and enjoy their blessings.
Rich people know that they have many privileges and they don't take it for granted. Because of their appreciation of gifts, love, and circumstances, they are able to generate more. Many times, what gets praised gets prospered.
9a. people seek amateur advice.
They often listen to the opinions of others and seek approval from acquaintances. They believe almost everything they hear without questioning authority. They accept opinions as facts and prohibit themselves from doing research once satisfied with an answer.
9b. people seek expert advice.
Those who are _ have learned to think for themselves. If they cannot figure out something, they seek expert advice. Usually, they pay for the advice and are given a wide variety of options. They learn the experts only make suggestions, which means that they aren't particularly confined to a specific action.
10a. _ people have big television sets.
__ people take a lot of time to drift off to sporadic images of which they often have little to no control over. They use their free time to avoid the art of thinking (which is the most challenging task) and zone out to what many have conformed to believe is "entertainment."
10b. _ people have big libraries.
people
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1- In your notebook at your lab desk, silently, complete this "Evolution Test" in your notebook during passing time and the first six minutes of class. In four minutes I will show the following clips, when done with the mind map below, watch them.-Measles Explained — Vaccinate or Not? and The Truth About Vaccine Safety.
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You need: 4 batteries, rubber bands, dead pen bodies, 4 tires in your locker in four weeks. Here is the- Moodle car test link
1- At your computer, read "Calcite and the Ocean", complete the website links and the questions that follow. We will start the lab after Archimedes gives us his story and how it applies to your lab.

Vader- Everyone has issues
Space intro PowerPoint
Log onto your computer and move to the lab side of the room, in your notebook refute this statement "The earth is flat".
Earth is flat
Sun Simulator
Horizon Calculator
Lives of 1,10 and 40 mass Stars notes
Newton’s Laws


Newtons Laws
Foucault's Pendulum
Frame of reference
The earth is flat a few reasons why this is not so
The shape of the universe
Newtons Laws
Foucault's Pendulum
Frame of reference
Newtons Cradle Lab
Then we will watch-
The Real Meaning of E=mc²
A new Morning
Space Used to Be Orange!!
How Do You Measure the Size of the Universe?
Do Events Inside Black Holes Happen?
Dark Matter
Is Gravity An Illusion?
Are Space and Time An Illusion?
Can You Trust Your Eyes in Spacetime?
General Relativity & Curved Spacetime Explained!
Google data center
Moon History Moon Phases Moon Quiz
Google Moonshot Google Data center
**Fou****cault pendulum**
Newton's Pucks
Heat=Pressure= Temperature
=Fusion pile of doom
Hover Pucks of bruise
Smarter each day magnetsexternal image slide_7.jpg
E3.p1A E4.p3B E4.p3C E3.p2B E5.3D
LT- Explain how elements formed,
Gravity caused Galaxies, Solar
Systems and the earth accreated,
and the formation of three types
of rocks on earth. Explain how
we use the elements.
Mauled again
Imagination is more important that
knowledge.-A.E. 1955


How Big Is Our Universe?
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Wednesday 3/28/17 You need: 4 batteries, rubber bands, dead pen bodies, 4 tires in your locker in four weeks. Car instructions Here is the- Moodle car test link
1- If you have breathing issues or asthma you will need an inhaler tomorrow! See me for instructions. At your lab desk, the handout from lab desk one, read it and complete it. On the back of the handout outline what you know about the structure of the earth, rock cycle, (Give the three families of rocks and how they form and an example of each and what you know about plate tectonics) We will start the hour by watching and taking notes on Minute Physicsand BN Rock Cycle and then do the lab- Convection in Candy Test


Thur- Chemical Rocket Lab/Talent Show.
Youth, talent, hard work, and enthusiasm are no match for old age and treachery. ;-) Darth E
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Lol...
Lol...

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Lives of 1,10 and 40 mass
stars movie-33 min.
NASA images
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Do the Big Bang Review and then be ready to take some notes!
Neil deGrasse Tyson - We Stopped Dreaming
The Most Astounding Fact - Neil deGrasse Tyson
We will then take notes on the lives of the stars.
The size of stars HD
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You need your notebook. Finish your Newton's Cradle Lab In your notebook, List possible evidence of a multiverse,3 things about tides, 2 things about why the earth is round and MW galaxy flat, and 5 things about the lives of stars.

Tides

Round Earth, Flat galaxy

Nucleosynthesis

The True Science of Parallel Universes

What Happens At The Edge Of The Universe?

Warp Drive

Today - Cell Phone Dangers

Hack a phone

Higgs Field

How the Universe works
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E5.p1A E5.p1D
Einstein interview E=mc2
Spectroscope Demo E5.2D
Chrome Stars
Drake

Helpful Social Hint-
When you receive something
do not insult the gift or giver
1,10,40 m* draw out
Star walk about
Star Dance.
Log in to Google Classroom
Helpful Social Hint-
Be as organized as possible
(Despite Newton's Second Law of Thermodynamics!!)
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E5.2e

Big Bang Lab Pepper Plate Demo

Big Bang Lab Rubber Band Lab

1d E5.2e
Gravity PBS
Multiverse

Evidence for the Big Bang







pale blue dot
Car parts- Do you have them yet?
EOY PPT
E5.p1A
Helpful Social Hint-

Surprise others by giving random acts of kindness

Respect your environment, leave
it better than you find it.
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M-Step Test All day
Big Bang Review and quiz
How the Universe works BBT -47 min.
Do the Big Bang Review and then be ready to take some notes!
Neil deGrasse Tyson - We Stopped Dreaming
The Most Astounding Fact - Neil deGrasse Tyson
We will then take notes on the lives of the stars.
The size of stars HD
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READ in All day
Plastic Gravity wellsYellow Vortex Gravity wellsRing PrecessionJedi Master Engel returns
HR Diagram Plot 30 stars, websites
Lab 2d E5.2e
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HR Diagram Plot 30 stars, websites
Lab E5.2e
2.5 ways to die
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Star review
Cosmos 4:37 and Quiz
E5.1bCar parts- Do you have them yet?
Solar Systems
Code Academy
Khan Academy
If the moon was a pixel


Have out your HR diagram from yesterday and color each star the correct color on the chart., then answer the questions that follow the chart. Then we will log on to the computers and do a demo on "Doppler Effect" before we collect "element fingerprints" in the Spectroscope Lab
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Chemical Rocket Lab
websites
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End of 3rd Quarter
Last day of marking period!!!
Chemical Rocket Lab
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NO SCHOOL
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