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    Science fair experiments: a common project assigned to middle school students, allowing them to apply the scientific method to answer a specific question. In 8th grade, we were told to get into groups and choose a topic to research. I decided to analyze computer operating systems and determine which version performed faster; my group members approved of the idea. One of my partners, Christian, had multiple laptops that he had planned to use as test subjects for the experiments, however I approached the experiment from a software standpoint. I believed by using virtualization on one machine, we could achieve more reliable results. Post experiment, my initial thoughts were confirmed. After being assigned, Christian and I decided to conduct…

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    Power of Knowledge Have advancements in knowledge changed the way people think about science experiments and the things scientist are creating? The people rely on these advancements and do not notice the effects they are having on them and their lifestyle. The advancements in science caused the people of the world to be lazy, cause harm to animals, and causing outrageous inventions to be invented. New technology has caused the people of the world to be lazy. The people in the United States…

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    I found the idea for this experiment on Science Buddies and many people have done the same experiment. Each has made different cars that they think will be the fastest or go the longest distance. Others have tested this experiment, but they put a weight such as pennies, marbles, etc. What I am planning to do is make a very lightweight car that can travel a longer distance. The energy that the balloon will force out is called kinetic energy. According to the website The Physics Classroom, kinetic…

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    Science Fair Experiment

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    Is too much acid good for our bodies or our teeth?The experiment that is being tested for my science fair experiment is, testing how baking soda can detect whether there is acid in the specific sour candy or not. This science fair experiment is important because it can test the amount of acid is in certain types of candy. It is not good for our bodies to have too much acid. When someone has too much candy with tons of acid, you can get what is called Acidosis which is when too much acid is build…

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    Investigating if dissimilar sized candles have the capability of drinking equivalent quantity of water. Aim: The drinking candle science experiment is quite enthralling, as when performed, you'll observe a burning candle drinking up all the water kept beneath it due to the behaviour of the atmospheric pressure. The aim of this experiment is to investigate if unlike sized candles have the capability of drinking the same amount of water. Hypothesis: With all the information given on different…

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    In Webster’s dictionary the definition of Environmental Science states that, it is “the branch of science concerned with the physical, chemical, and biological conditions of the environment and their effect of organisms”. In the experiment Environmental Science deals with how the human body will be affected in the environment with or without using electrolytes during an exercise. While conducting the experiment Aleckzar used his brother Alekczar to see if there would be a significant difference…

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    economics to help prove how decisions are made. He aims to answer: What influences our decisions? In the book, Predictably Irrational, Ariely explains how decisions are made very well by using experiments to support his thesis. Predictably Irrational examines the rationality of decisions people make on a day to day basis. Ariely explains that decisions are not what we would expect them to be, instead they are predictably irrational. Irrational decisions are necessarily smart and rational; they…

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    potentially damaging experiments on other test subjects is immoral and unethical. How would you feel if in this class we ran unexplained, undetailed experiments on each student in the class for a grade and to test how obedient each student is? In Opening Skinner’s Box: Obscura, such an experiment takes place where you were forced into a corner. Mentally you were cornered and had no choice but to cooperate with the experiment. Your mind is telling you that what you’re doing is wrong but you keep…

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    The Dual Task Experiment

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    What is a dual task experiment? A dual task experiment is a procedure done in psychology that requires an individual to perform two tasks simultaneously in order to compare a performance based on a single task. In David Strayer and William Johnstons experiment, they performed a dual task study that assessed the effects of cellular phone conversations on performance of a simulated driving task. The purpose of this was to determine if driving while on the phone lead to a failure to detect traffic…

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    African American Disparity

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    desiccated body parts and nearly ten thousand human bones and skulls…” that were identified as stolen (120). As a result, these stolen bodies indicate how the subject of anatomy was once figured out through abusing mainly African Americans and dissecting their bodies. In comparison, African American prisoners were also used for anatomical dissection after being executed (123). These anatomical dissections show that the research done on the human body came about from a dark history that had…

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