What makes Blue plant Oils Blue?

Answer:  Azulene  Have a look in your schoolyard and backyards, and see if you can find the Wild Flowers, Stones and/or Marine Life that contain Azulene (the chemical compound that would make them blue). Azulene is an organic compound, an isomer of naphthalene. Even though naphthalene itself has no color, azulene is dark blue, hence […]

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Schumann Frequency: The Heart Beat of Mother Earth

Global electromagnetic resonance phenomenon was first discovered and by Nicola Tesla, who made his first documented observations of global electromagnetic resonance at his Colorado Springs laboratory in 1899. This led to certain thought conclusions about the electrical properties of Earth, making the basis for his idea for wireless energy transmission. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikola_Tesla  Theoretically, it is the natural frequency or […]

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The Olive Tree of Life

Often known as The Tree of Life, The Olive Tree is this month’s focus on Elementary Science.  The passing of an Olive Branch has been longtime known as offering a sign of Peace. The Olive fruit, oil and leaves all have significant healing and strengthening properties for the human body.  In Jesus’ Biblical times, Noah […]

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Basic Science Practice Test Questions

Basic science questions are common on College Entrance exams, Nursing entrance Exams, and Armed Services entrance exams.  The following Science practice questions are similar to what you can expect to find on a standardized test. Basic Science Tutorials Great Selection of basic science topics from Jefferson County School website. Very comprehensive list of science and […]

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White Buffalo, a Most Interesting Mammal

White Buffalo are extremely rare, and are actually named American Bison (American buffalo).  Different from brown or water buffalo, The White Buffalo is considered to be a sacred sign for Native Americans, and thus have Great Spiritual importance for Prayer and Sacred Ceremony.  Buffalos are normally brown in color; white buffalo come out of their […]

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Keeping Warm in Winter

Over The Decades, we have watched many students come and go, both the young and the elderly, who had a tough time getting warm and staying warm in the winter, especially the international students.  This article is to say Thank you to and share some of The Wisdom of our Northern Elders who taught us […]

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Creating a Platylope

How about a “platy-lope” – an animal that is half platypus and half antelope? This week, have your students create a new species, and write about and draw a picture of their animal. Have them examine the qualities of different species, and combine them into what they think would be the most adaptable survivable animal.  […]

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