Angelica Ciarniello

As I was saying in my last round, the biggest cause of climate change is greenhouse gases coming from the most destructive industry in the world: animal agriculture. These greenhouse gases are destroying the ozone layer , the atmospheric concentration of CO2 has increased by 42% since the beginning of the industrial revolution!!! (2) After watching a documentary called Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret about 4 times, the whole matter is just disgusting. Animal agriculture is literally...Read More...
Last Reply By Nasib Mohamed (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
Now, clear evidence shows we in fact are now in the Anthropocene epoch, the WGA did decide/suggest this, and the ICS is extremely diligent about making it official because "Anthropocene is provocative (even more than climate change) (!!) because it implies that our current way of life, especially in wealthy parts of the world, is utterly unsustainable. Large companies who make profits from environmental despoliation—oil multinationals, chemical companies, car makers, THE ANIMAL AGRICULTURE...Read More...
Last Reply By Dale William Ngatia (Thome) · First Unread Post
first of all, Earth's epochs are time periods usually defined by the state of earth's climate/atmosphere and evidence in the rock layers. The previous epoch we were in was the Holocene epoch, and scientists believe we are already entering the "New man" or Anthropocene epoch several million years earlier than we should be... Basically, this is at the fault of no other than us, the human race, after all we have been the dominant cause of warming for the past 60 years. (2) "The Anthropocene...Read More...
Last Reply By Anika Schreiber (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hi all!!! So this week, I need to identify the difference between love, lust, and infatuation; as those are going to be key topics throughout all my research. LUST is strictly when you're attracted to someone's physical appearance, (1,2,3) and in stead of wanting to have an in depth conversation with them, you just really want to have sex with them.. and that's it. (1,3,6) When you feel lust, your sexual desire doesn't stop. Another thing is, you glorify this person. You don't see them for...Read More...
Last Reply By Mary Wothaya (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
okay so now im going to really try and get to the bottom of this. Can someone REALLY fall in love at first sight??? you've heard the stories and seen the movies, "our eyes met from across the room, and i knew from that moment he was the one. " and then you think to yourself, "that's soooo cliché." Well, I'm here to argue both sides. Two words: gut instinct. "But there is that instant, gut emotion you get when you see someone for the first time, that can be ever so telling as to where your...Read More...
Last Reply By Sophie Offei (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
Wow thank you all for your input on my inquiry question post!!!!!!! I'm so excited to start researching this topic as it's so relevant to our age group; and yes there are some things I need to keep in mind such as what's the difference between love, lust and infatuation? I will also be looking at why people find someone they see as attractive or feel like they're "in love" with them? Is it really love or just lust? And how can you turn that lust or infatuation into love? What drives a person...Read More...
Last Reply By Trizah Gatuiri (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
so for this week, I'm going to research the steps and stages of falling in love. So here we go, Dr. Helen Fisher, biological anthropologist has classified the process of falling in love into three stages: lust, attraction, and attachment. Depending on brain chemistry and the release of different hormones, our bodies ready differently during each stage. But it's all equally exhilarating and thrilling regardless. (1,2) The first stages are the physically addictive, obsessive, literal...Read More...
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Research round 3!!

Angelica Ciarniello (Charles Best)
hi everyone!!! I know this is a little late, but for this round of research I've taken all of your advice. Quite a few of you said to look at the pros of Donald Trump and why he might actually be a decent president... yes, its hard to even imagine that being possible but I really tried and dug deep to find the good in him, so bear with me. He's a very successful business man, he's actually experienced in THAT field. So that would be a good asset in creating more jobs, and of course when...Read More...
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Research round 2

Angelica Ciarniello (Charles Best)
for this round of research, I've focused on the background and characteristics of Donald Trump in comparison to those of past presidents, and looking for potential patterns. I would like to point out that, the US is a free, democratic society and legally any citizen that is of age is able to run for office, however still keep in mind that Donald Trump has absolutely ZERO political experience whatsoever. To start, Donald is much more close minded and conservative than Hillary, he is all for...Read More...
Last Reply By Aiesha Trivino (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
So for my first round of research I looked closely at Trump's career and how he became rich, and how he's been campaigning for being president. So this is what I've found... (1) Yes, Donald Trump is a very successful and wealthy man, but very many people ignore or are unaware that he wouldn't have had any success without his father, the united states' government, and of course, the nation (well, their money anyways). If we were to take those things away from him, he would be just another...Read More...
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PROJECT PLAN

Angelica Ciarniello (Charles Best)
My question is "what skills and experience should a candidate have to be able to run for president of the United States?" First of all i'd like to thank everyone for giving me feedback and input please keep it up it's very helpful!!! So, I can really go about this question from so many angles, but I'm narrowing it down to getting to the bottom of Donald Trump's actual preparedness and experience terms of being a suitable candidate for president of the united states. First, im going to start...Read More...
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