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Re: THE GALAXY

Lucy Muturi (Loise) ·
I really like your topic of study.it really is true that there might be life in some galaxies but yet you need to expound more on the type of life that you really expect.is it life that supports human life or plant life. I think if you also look at the possible outcomes of the life in these galaxies you might also know the duration in which one can survive in those galaxies. for instance the US government is trying to formulate a way of settling their growing population by finding means such...
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Re: THE GALAXY

Jordan Macharia (Thome) ·
my new project is based on findings about the different galaxies and their possibilities of holding life.
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Re: THE GALAXY

Stephen Kinyua (Thome) ·
The galaxy is very large and you need to specify.But I agree with you that life may really exist in other galaxies
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Re: THE GALAXY

That is one of the most controversial questions in the field of science and especially astronomy and astrobiology. Scientists have struggled with this question for a long time but haven't yet found the answer yet. When delving into such a question it is important first to lay out and expound on all your questions, for example 'is there life in other galaxies apart from the milky way?'. For this question, I think it is important to first know what kind of life we are expecting to find, is it...
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Re: BRAIN

Interesting topic. Keep going! I'm excited to see your research, because I've never thought about the brain development of smart animals. We always studied the complex human brain in school, but never compared to the one of an elephant for example.
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Re: BRAIN

Victor Mageto (Alumni) ·
Wow! This is really sweet and and intresting, according to my perspective I find human beings to be thinking differently from other animals, for instance no animal has the ability to critically think and make wise decision like as opposed to human being. But I still agree that other animal tend to be smart than others, but think differently.
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Re: How Does Public Art Affect a Community?

Kaltuma Abdi ·
I have been longing to know how public art affects people.I think you have a very interesting topic there.Trough your project i will be able to learn more.I'm looking forward to what you find out. Goodluck
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Re: MY PLAN

Flora Xia (Alumni-LFAS) ·
These are good questions I'm excited to see what the answers are
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Re: MY PLAN

Wow these are really insightful questions! I haven't recognized many gender stereotypes in Canada mainly because I never thought about it too much. I'm excited for you to ask your mentor questions and I'm interested in the answers. Good luck with your project!
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Re: MY PLAN

These are really good questions to be asking and things that we should be thinking about in our daily lives. It is important for us as people to recognize when we are wrongfully gender stereotyping if we wish to grow as a society and move past problems like this. I look forwards to hearing what her answers are good luck!
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Re: MY PLAN

Dale William Ngatia (Thome) ·
May be you can ask her on the affirmative actions taken by the government to fight it?
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Re: How Does Public Art Affect a Community?

Interesting topic. Will you be focusing on just photography, or all the arts? Also, I wonder how motives play into this. How do the reasons why an art display is put up affect the impact on community? I've always been curious about this. For instance, imagine two situations, situation A and situation B, where the painting is the same - say, a beautiful picture of nature. One is intended to inspire a greener lifestyle, and one is intended to help viewers find inner piece. In both situations,...
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Re: How Does Public Art Affect a Community?

Desi Chek (Alumni-LFAS) ·
Thanks for the interest, Jessica. I think because we are photography majors, we will naturally gravitate towards photography in our research. I think art is very interesting because the viewers will often derive different meanings from it regardless of the intended purpose. I'm not sure if we will be delving into this topic thoroughly, but it is an interesting thing to consider.
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Re: How Does Public Art Affect a Community?

I think that this is a very interesting topic! I know that public art affects people, but I don't know in what ways, so I'm looking forward to what you find! I think that positive art (like flowers, bright colours etc.) makes people happier and more positive. On the other hand, negative art (like graffiti, dark colours etc.) can make people upset. That is why I'm looking forward to what you find! Good luck!!
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Re: How Does Public Art Affect a Community?

Desi Chek (Alumni-LFAS) ·
Thanks for your comment, Payton! It actually made me think about our inquiry question and wonder if we really know for a fact that art impacts people? So, maybe we should actually change our question. Why is art important, what does it contribute to society, has it ever changed society? What do you think?
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Re: INQUIRY QUESTION!

Desi Chek (Alumni-LFAS) ·
This United Nations human development report is really cool! It would be interesting if you did an analysis of the information in the index you found. What really surprised me is that even in the countries with the highest human development not everyone had a secondary education. And then when you get to the countries with a lower human development it's really disheartening how many people don't have access to education. One of my favourite documentaries is Girl Rising. It's about the...
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Re: INQUIRY QUESTION!

This is a really interesting project you are working on! It is quite a huge task to have gender equality in a country. If I were you I'd probably look at the happiest/most peaceful countries in the world and what they have done to make it like that. I'm sure the happiest countries are the ones who have made changes for the best. I'm grade 6 I read up on China and how each family could only have one child. They always wanted boys because they could do work and carry along the families name.
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Re: INQUIRY QUESTION!

Sarah Tylor (Mentor) ·
This is a really interesting and difficult topic! The chart you provided has surprising information. I'm curious if all countries consider gender equality the same? What some may consider equal, perhaps others may not, which may inadvertently end up contributing to inequality. I think citizens can help by being considerate & respectful of each other, and seeing men & women not necessarily the same but as equals. Men & women each have different things to contribute and we should...
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Re: INQUIRY QUESTION!

Emma Irvine (Alumni) ·
I think this is a very interesting question and an important topic to explore. I think one major problem when it comes to gender equality that we don't often talk about that occurs in first world countries people dramatizing the gender issues that we face. While countries like Canada do face gender issues they are in no way as severe as in other countries, and I feel as though if people really want to fight the gender cause they need to be looking at other countries and not focusing on the...
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Re: INQUIRY QUESTION!

https://www.ted.com/talks/mich...veryone_men_included ^an interesting tedtalk on gender equality you may like to watch
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Re: INQUIRY QUESTION!

Kaltuma Abdi ·
This is a very challenging but also interesting topic.Gender inequality is a big problem that many countries are facing.I think government can assist by educating citizens why gender equality is important in society.Personally i would look at the developed countries and find out what steps they have taken to get far without discriminating both men and women.I believe in developed countries men and women contribution is considered so this step might be a help in your research.
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Re: INQUIRY QUESTION!

One thing to consider on this chart, Victor, is that by virtue of the fact that mothers are the ones who have to give birth (at least at this point in history! ) and are the ones who are nursing their young, a difference of 10% isn't really all that much within a whole nation of working people. There would always be, a portion of the population, among child-bearing aged people, home taking care of young ones. So in the case where the women are participating in the employment sector in the...
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Re: My Upcoming Research

I don't know if this is what you meant or not, but maybe you could look into the psychology behind decision making, as in what makes us chose to do what we do?
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Re: My Upcoming Research

Audrey Heath (Charles Best) ·
I did a project in gr.7 about psycholinguistic which I thought was really cool. Especially the study they did at Cambridge University. If you want to take a look at that.
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Re: My Upcoming Research

Gloria Serianae (Loise) ·
well I don't know about this ...but try to combine the psychology and the decision making ...it may end up being interesting. cant wait to see your next post....All the best Marisa
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Re: Gender Inequality

Victor Mageto (Alumni) ·
This actually a very interesting topic to work on, its also very broad topic which i have been working for quite some time, i will be very glad if we worked together, we can always link up here. I think the best way to do this is to start a private message here in BE where we can always help each other out before we do our posts! I love this project!
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Re: Gender Inequality

George Gitonga (Alumni) ·
That is a very interesting topic,especially because it is a very common issue.In my own opinion i think how the government and society can establish and uphold gender equality is working together,by this i mean the society should promote equality among-est themselves by respecting each others opinions,ideas,culture,talent,dressing,mannerisms,religion,desires and so much despite their gender.The government can come up with policies that promote and uphold gender equality,organize rallies and...
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Re: Gender Inequality

This is a very interesting field of research. The African continent has diverse cultures which are different but also have certain similarities. What do you think the culture has to do with the problem of gender inequality? Talking about the government, do you think the government in some countries have played part in bringing in gender inequality? It would be really interesting if you looked into that because there are so many things that affect gender equality in many countries in the world.
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Re: Gender Inequality

Amos Muriithi (Thome) ·
its quite a good project.i suggest that you look at the different organizations that have come up to fight for gender equality.also look at some of the things you think are the effects of gender inequality.also,look at some instances where you think that gender equality has not been achieved e.g in the government of various countries.
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Re: Gender Inequality

I am very interested in your question, Dale, especially as there is an inherent contradiction within the government of first world countries when they espouse equality but do not model it in the lived reality of their governmental infrastructures. You might find it helpful in your research internet searches to use the term "affirmative action policies in government". Affirmative action means giving an advantage to under-represented groups within an employment or government sector. Good luck...
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Re: Gender Inequality

Amos Muriithi (Thome) ·
An interesting topic of study you have there Dale. Each and every gender should be given equal opportunities in all fields. This is something that everyone should be fighting for. Otherwise, its a good work that you are truly doing there. Congratulations.
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Re: Gender Inequality

Fadhili Katana (Alumni) ·
Sex difference in education are a type of sex discrimination in the education system affecting both men and women during and after their educational experiences. Men are more likely to be literate on a global average, although women are more prevalent at higher educated in some countries and even in Kenya. I think to stop this the government especially the President must appoint a cabinet secretary to deal with this kid of activity. Actually this corruption!!!!!!!
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Re: Gender Inequality

Stephen Kinyua (Thome) ·
Cool project.However, try to identify any cases of gender inequality.Also, discuss its effects on members of the society.
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Re: Inquiry Question

Desi Chek (Alumni-LFAS) ·
This is a really fascinating inquiry! It reminds me of the story of Emma O'Neil that's been circulating recently. You can probably find a lot of really interesting articles about social media and mental health. I can't wait to see how your research pans out!
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Re: Inquiry Question

Mr. Mburu (Admin) ·
I would like to learn more on this..What aeronautical basics are in your application? How do you make it terrorism tolerant or resistant to avoid being hit..
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Re: Inquiry Question

Audrey Heath (Charles Best) ·
I can`t wait to see your end result of your findings. What is perfect though, how can anything be determined as perfect because nothing really is. It is good topic since your seem so fascinated by it and hope you find out what you want to know.
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Re: Inquiry Question

Audrey Heath (Charles Best) ·
I love how you are taking a sickness that has been studied for many years and modernizing the big question. How can social media effect are thinking, good or bad. You do need to come up with a definition for depression because their are so many different variations, or ways to look at this.
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Re: Inquiry Question

Denis Chege (Tigithi) ·
What a question Eunice i have also been asking myself that question,but hope together we will come up with the answer and we will come up with some thing stronger than that.
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Re: Inquiry Question

I think this is a super interesting question because I fly a lot and have been on many different types of planes. I hope you find your answers!
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Re: Inquiry Question

I think this is a really interesting question because so many people use social media, whether it's facebook or instagram or whatever you use. There have also been so many cases lately that you hear of, like Amanda Todd,and I'd love to see where you go with this.
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Re: Inquiry Question

Eunice Lui (Alumni) ·
What a wonderful question!! I find depression very relatable as it runs through my family. i think it would be really cool if you interviewed different people of different age groups and connect the dots from there. Please be sure to share what you discover!
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Re: Inquiry Question

Anika Zak (Alumni) ·
Such a neat topic! I found this article and thought it really helpful. It includes a bit of history as well as structural design components. It is a bit extensive, discussing the top 100 most influential aircrafts in history. http://www.flyingmag.com/photo...airplanes?pnid=34181
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Re: Inquiry Question

Chelsea Ross (Alumni) ·
This is honestly the most relivent and blunt question for high school students! I feel like so many of my friends are going through this problem and they all seem to avoid the topic of social media, because deep down I know they know it has a huge impact on their mental state and behaviour. Awesome.
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Re: Inquiry Question

Hi Emily This is probably the most relevant issue for teens today because most of us spend of time online and we do not know the extent of our actions. I am curious to know what your definition of depression is as it is more than just "being sad." Good luck Aiswarya
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Re: QUESTION INQUIRY/THE RIVER AND THE SOURCE.A CONTEXTUAL REVIEW.

Stephen Kinyua (Thome) ·
Your research is interesting.It is almost related to mine.It would be interesting if you added some videos to accompany your research.Good luck.
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Re: QUESTION INQUIRY/THE RIVER AND THE SOURCE.A CONTEXTUAL REVIEW.

Feminism has been a controversial movement for many years, although now a days most people believe the movement to be beneficial other are starting to question weather it's a movement for equality or a movement to prove females as the prominent gender. Here are 2 videos of peoples personal opinions on Feminism; one for Feminism and one against: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNErQFmOwq0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVIAK5RazxA
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Re: QUESTION INQUIRY/THE RIVER AND THE SOURCE.A CONTEXTUAL REVIEW.

George Gitonga (Alumni) ·
Feminism is quite a common thing in human beings but the difference is that some are for it and others are against it,your reference material is just a perfect example......it will help a lot,i will share with you some other references!
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Re: QUESTION INQUIRY/THE RIVER AND THE SOURCE.A CONTEXTUAL REVIEW.

Grace Yang (Alumni-LFAS) ·
To understand how feminism has impacted "modern society," I think it's important to understand the role that feminism has played throughout history. Here's a link to an article on the history/impact of feminism: http://www.history.ac.uk/makin.../womens_history.html
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Re: Inquiry Question/Plan

Paige Hunter (LFAS-Alumni) ·
This looks awesome, Bryn! Even though birds are considered terrestrial vertebrates, because they spend so much time aloft could they ever be considered aerial vertebrates? Or do you think that their habitat base being on land will keep them tied to the terrestrial category?
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Re: Inquiry Question/Plan

Moira O'Keeffe (LFAS-Alumni) ·
This is a really interesting topic and question. I was surprised by the number of species of humming birds. Do you think your project will be more research or action based? I'm excited to see the end product. Good luck!
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