Christmas is coming so get prepared!!!!
First is first....
Get a tree and decorate it!!
A tree needs....
A angel or star at the top,
Christmas lights look really nice,
Some times you can have snow globes around the tree,
And remember have fun and I hope you have a merry christmas!!
It’s easy to protect the planet! These tips help save energy. So get green and give the tips a try. Make sure to ask your parents before trying any of these tips!
- Keep those fans buzzing in summer instead of turning on the air conditioner.
- Place incandescent lightbulbs with compact fluorescent ones. They last up to ten times longer and can use a quarter of the energy.
- Plug electronics into a power strip and flip off the switch when the gadgets aren’t in use. (make sure this won’t mess up clocks and recordings.)
- Commit to turning off your computer before bed each night and before you go out for the day. Also set the computer's sleep mode for when the computer is idle for just a little while. By doing these two simple acts, you will use about 85% less energy each day.
- Witch off the light every time you leave a room.
- the thermostat to no lower than 25.5556°C in the summer and no higher than 20°C in the winter.
- Place your desk next to a window and use natural light instead of a lamp.
- Close your curtains to keep out daytime summer heat or keep in nighttime winter warmth.
- turn off the TV or video game console and play outside.
- Ask Mum or Dad to turn off the car instead of letting it idle while you're waiting.
- Ride a bike or walk instead of using the car.
Share these green tips with your family and friends!
Here's a conversation worth talking about: A mother dolphin chats with her baby…over the telephone! The special call was made in an aquarium in Hawaii, where the mother and her two-year-old calf swam in separate tanks connected by a special underwater audio link. The two dolphins began squawking and chirping to each other—distinctive dolphin chatter.
Cracking the Code
"It seemed clear that they knew who they were talking with," says Don White, whose Project Delphis ran the experiment. "Information was passing back and forth pretty quickly." But what were they saying? That's what scientists are trying to find out by studying wild and captive dolphins all over the world to decipher their secret language. They haven't completely cracked the code yet, but they're listening…and learning.
In many ways, you are just like the more than 30 species of dolphins that swim in the world's oceans and rivers. Dolphins are mammals, like you are, and must swim to the surface to breathe air. Just as you might, they team up in pods, or groups, to accomplish tasks. And they're smart.
They also talk to each other. Starting from birth, dolphins squawk, whistle, click, and squeak. "Sometimes one dolphin will vocalize and then another will seem to answer," says Sara Waller, who studies bottlenose dolphins off the California coast. "And sometimes members of a pod vocalize in different patterns at the same time, much like many people chattering at a party." And just as you gesture and change facial expressions as you talk, dolphins communicate nonverbally through body postures, jaw claps, bubble blowing, and fin caresses.
Scientists think dolphins "talk" about everything from basic facts like their age to their emotional state. "I speculate that they say things like 'there are some good fish over here,' or 'watch out for that shark because he's hunting,'" says Denise Herzing, who studies dolphins in the Bahamas.
When the going gets tough, for instance, some dolphins call for backup. After being bullied by a duo of bottlenose dolphins, one spotted dolphin returned to the scene the next day with a few pals to chase and harass one of the bully bottlenose dolphins. "It's as if the spotted dolphin communicated to his buddies that he needed their help, then led them in search of this guy," says Herzing, who watched the scuffle.
Kathleen Dudzinski, director of the Dolphin Communication Project, has listened to dolphins for more than 17 years, using high-tech gear to record and analyze every nuance of their language. But she says she's far from speaking "dolphin" yet. Part of the reason is the elusiveness of the animals. Dolphins are fast swimmers who can stay underwater for up to ten minutes between breaths. "It's like studying an iceberg because they spend most of their lives underwater," Dudzinski says.
Deciphering "dolphin speak" is also tricky because their language is so dependent on what they're doing, whether they're playing, fighting, or going after tasty fish. It's no different for humans. Think about when you raise a hand to say hello. Under other circumstances, the same gesture can mean good-bye, stop, or that something costs five bucks. It's the same for dolphins. During fights, for example, dolphins clap their jaws to say "back off!" But they jaw clap while playing, too, as if to show who's king of the underwater playground.
"I have not found one particular dolphin behavior that means the same thing every time you see it," says Dudzinski. "If you like mysteries and detective work, then this is the job for you." And who knows—maybe someday you'll get a phone call from a dolphin.
The arts are a series of activities that use creative ways of thinking. Dance, Visual Arts and fashion are some of the many different types of art. These are all very expressive ways to creat a meaning. Through history the arts have formed to create a wonderful experience to all who have tried it.
It's all in YOUR name.
Use your name to
Find out your fortune.
1. Write out your first and last name.
2. Find the matching number for each letter of your name.
3.Add up all the numbers
4. You will end up with a 2-digit number (38). Now add the first number to the second number. Keep adding until you have ONE number.
5. What does your lucky number say about you? Consult the lucky number chart below.
( 1 ) You are confident,outgoing, a natural leader ( even if you are bossy sometimes), and a pioneer!
( 2 ) You are caring and sensitive and enjoy helping others. You are good at making peace.
( 3 ) You are a creative, positive person, happy with life. For you, the eternal optimistic, the glass is always half full.
( 4 ) You are reliable And dependable, practical and down-to-earth, a good and faithful friend.
( 5 ) You have a good sense of humor and a witty and curious mind. You Get along with others.
( 6 ) You are giving and caring and will do well in business and handling money. Lots of money! you'll go far with your ideals.
( 7 ) You are Relaxed, calm and quiet, and a great thinker who dreams of a better world.
( 8 ) You are generous and trustworthy. A good organizer, you can handle responsibility and will persevere.
( 9 ) You are a charming, compassionate, and have an appealing personality. You seek to understand yourself and others.
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According to research conducted by the Center for Academic Integrity, cheating is big in high schools, and I has been happening for years.
The report taken 2005 proves that more than 70% of students surveyed admitted to taking part in some type of serious cheating, and nearly 60% said they had plagiarized from Internet sources.
Cheating Is it necessary?
That was the popular rationalization, it seems. But are you really okay with that? Are you sure? Many of those cheaters from past surveys have graduated now.
Is Cheating out of control???
Doctor Who is a British science fiction tv show produced by BBC. The programme explores the adventures of a Time Lord—a time travelling, alien known as the Doctor. He travels the universe in his 'TARDIS', a sentient, telepathic time-and-space-travel machine that flies through the time vortex and even space. Its exterior appears as a blue British police box, a common sight in Britain in 1963, when the series first aired. Along with a succession of companions, the Doctor faces a variety of foes while working to save civilisations, help ordinary people, and right wrongs.
Angles take matthatam!!! - so sad
Doctor carrying doctor
These are famous quotes by Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol 1928 - 1987
Andy Warhol ( Andrew Warhola) was born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania on August 6, 1928. His parents, Julia and Ondrej Warhola were Carpatho-Rusyns who immigrated from what is now known as eastern Slovakia in the early 1920's. Andy was the youngest of three brothers.
He grew up during the Great Depression in the urban surroundings of a smoky industrial city. At an early age he showed a wonderful talent for drawing. Due to a illness at the age of 6 he was confined to bed; his mother and brothers would entertain him for hours by showing him how to draw, trace and print images. Andy loved to draw throughout his childhood. He attended Holmes Elementry School and Schenley High School and graduated at the young age of 16 in 1945, finishing 51st in his class of 278 graduates.
Saturday, September 21!!!
You know peace is a wonderful thing don't let them destroy it!