Tagged With "Metamorphosis"

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Re: Metamorphosis

I really enjoyed reading your research through-out this project! Its very interesting and I like what you have come up with. I think that it was very smart of you to have a survey for this question so you could find out other peoples thoughts on sports. Good luck with your next question!
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Re: Metamorphosis

Denis Chege (Tigithi) ·
Yeah you are true we've realy learnt a lot from you.....GOOD WORK KEEP UP.
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Re: Metamorphosis-Social Media and Depression

I think your project was really successful, Emily! A lot of the stuff that you have talked about in your posts I believe is really important, as you said in this summary. I wonder if it may be a good idea to use your new research from this project to spread more awareness about depression and social media. I've found people often take others more seriously when they talk about important issues with research to back them up. Maybe even making a youtube video to put on Facebook, or something...
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Re: Metamorphosis-Social Media and Depression

Haleigh Strickler (LFAS) ·
I just wanted to add my own idea to this, although it may seem obvious. I think one of the reasons why people may be more willing to share their thoughts online is the anonymity of it. They may share with a complete stranger who's judgement isn't clouded by personal connection, and can look at it with objectivity. I know that people with depression don't usually like talking about it, or getting special treatment or pity form people in their life. That's at least what I've noticed, and it...
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Re: Metamorphosis

Evan McFee (Alumni-LFAS) ·
Great analysis Audrey! I like how you gathered the research and looked past the obvious answers. The survey was well conducted, and I look forward to your next topic.
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Re: Metamorphosis-Social Media and Depression

I think that this was a very cool topic, and all of your research is true! I think that everyone should know how hurtful it can be when someone comments something rude on social media. It can effect people more than we think. I think that if everyone knows what we know, people would be more respectful and think about what they are posting on social media. I really liked reading your research, and good luck on your next project!
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Re: Is there a formula to creating a meaningful relationship?: Metamorphosis

Hi Taryn! This topic sounds super interesting, I'm not sure if you are planning on going this direction, but here is an article about scientifically manufacturing "Love". It could be interesting to see if it is possible to have a sure fire chemical formula to create "love" or a relationship. https://news.syr.edu/2010/10/t...euroimaging-of-love/ Good Luck!
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Re: Exoskeleton Metamorphosis

Congrats on finishing your exoskeleton! It looks really cool and inventive. Can't wait to see more work!
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Re: Exoskeleton Metamorphosis

The amount of effort that you have put into your project is nothing short of amazing. I only wish that I had the initiative and drive that you do Seth! I can't wait to see where your work takes you in the future.
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Re: Exoskeleton Metamorphosis

It is so incredible that you created something so cool! Do you think you will revisit the exoskeleton in the future to add anything or change things?
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Re: Metamorphosis #2 - Multiple Sclerosis

Hey Audrey, I have really enjoyed following your research about Multiple Sclerosis. I have learned so much about a topic I barely knew anything about. Good job on your research, and I can't wait to see what you research next!
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Re: Metamorphosis #2

Stephen Kinyua (Thome) ·
hey, this is really a very impressive part of your cycle. really looking forward to seeing the end of your research. all the best
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Re: Metamorphosis #2 - Multiple Sclerosis

Stephen Kinyua (Thome) ·
this is really a very interesting topic of research. i'm really captivated by the idea of multiple sclerosis and your research topic. all the best
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Re: Metamorphosis #2

waruingi moses (tigithi) ·
Its sad to see you come to an end but I have to say you have taught us all on sports and mostly on the Olympics. Its great that in Canada you had a chance to hold the Olympics and that would have been a good source of and also a good start for your project. I have been following all you have been doing and am really impressed by how you handled the whole project. I happened to have learnt the age and a big history of the Olympics and it has not only helped me as a person but everyone and i...
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Re: Metamorphosis. The Process of Human Evolution.

"I realized I had the wrong understanding of evolution. It's not all about driving things from worst to good or simplicity to complexity." I love that you said that. Being able to look past common understandings of evolution is both valuable and sophisticated. Stream-lined ideas of evolution are often entirely wrong. People assume evolution is working towards the perfect being, or that humans are further along in evolution than other species, both of which are incorrect. Thanks for pointing...
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Re: Metamorphosis - The Benefits of Cell Death

Stephen Kinyua (Thome) ·
This is a very interesting research. I also face the same problem of having different reliable sources with different contents on the same subject. I think it would be important if you included the process of cell death such as the red blood corpuscles, where they are formed and their roles. I really look forward to seeing the end of your research. All the best
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Re: Metamorphosis. The Process of Human Evolution.

Audrey Heath (Charles Best) ·
I find your topic very interesting. Evolution can be a difficult topic to comprehend, luckily I had Ms. Stuart as a teacher. Everything you said is so true, and I'm glad you understand evolution better now. When you look into the evolution of the human arm and eye, what characteristics will you look into. Will you just take into account the appearance, or also bone and eye structure. How will you research bone structure, since it isn't something you can see with your bare eye. This link is...
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Re: Metamorphosis. The Process of Human Evolution.

Stephen Kinyua (Thome) ·
Evolution is one of the most challenging theories that we have un the world because its hard to believe in but it looks like it has some truth in it. I really like the way you've tackled evolution. I however, think that you should include some of the early researchers who studied evolution such as famous Charley Darwin. Look at their writings, quotes and ideas concerning different organisms. I really look forward to seeing the end of your research. Here is a link of a book that you may find...
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Re: Creativity- Metamorphosis

Onesmus Mwangi (Thome) ·
wagwan i like your project first because i actually love dancing as my hobby i think you can also look at the demerits of dance in human fitness you can also take some videos and photos as you dance. Anyway i like your project and i look up to your next project
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Re: Metamorphosis - Multiple Sclerosis

Jim Liu (Charles Best) ·
Hello Audrey! Mentioned in my latest posts, learning about others by reading other's posts really happens, in this case, the origin of reasons for researching this topic. To this school year, i would have ceased to know the existence of MS or anything of it! Along with MS and other unheard/common illness, they may or may not have solutions for and especially with direct contact with someone who you know makes it all more valuable and important. Interested on your further research on this...
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Re: Metamorphosis - Multiple Sclerosis

Moira O'Keeffe (LFAS-Alumni) ·
A very interesting yet sad topic. I personally don't know anyone with MS however just by reading through your posts I can tell how hard it must be to nt only have MS, but to know someone close who has MS. I think it's really cool that you're going to continue this research throughout the year. Are you planning on altering your inquiry question? Moira
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Re: Evolution of the Human Genome-Do Viruses Make Us Human?

Lauren Jang (Charles Best) ·
Hey Aiswarya, I like how you described your whole research in great detail for people like me who knew nothing about human genomes before I read your research. Your information impacted me a lot because we are learning about genes in science right now and from reading your posts, I feel like I have a better understanding. Another way to help with time management is to do a little bit of the work each night. I feel like that strategy has been working well with me. Good luck with the research...
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Re: Metamorphosis -How will Quantum Mechanics Effect our World?

Moira O'Keeffe (LFAS-Alumni) ·
Wow that's so awesome that through this project you have developed life skills that can be applied into so many different areas. One thing I love about doing these projects, is it teaches you how you learn in a way. I'm a very visual learner so having pictures and visual aid really helps me, i also absorb information better if I can break it down (like you were saying) in a way that I understand. Judging from this post it looks like you have gone much deeper into this project than just...
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Re: Metamorphosis - How do all forms of theatre have the power to bring difficult topics,abstract ideas and marginalized groups to the forefront?

Nicole: This is a very good reflection: quite intra-personally strong. I was impressed when you were able to articulate that you originally thought you would just analyze the plays and then found that the toughest part of the criticism is understanding the context. Very good. I think you are on to something when you say that people know they enjoy the play but are not quite sure why. I think this might be due to re-occurring patterns of human behaviour called archetypes. I think you should...
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Re: Metamorphosis: "What is Intuition"

Nazaha: I am very proud of your work. This is an excellent reflection on both the topic and its inherent biases, but also the process of your research.
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Re: Metamorphosis: Is our idea of our "self" just an illusion?

Juolin Lee (LFAS - Alumni) ·
Wow Maiya I am so happy for you! I think it's really cool how you came to a realization that ignorance is bliss, but continued to push through your research, instead of shutting it down. Seeing you diving into an uncommon topic like this without doubt and hesitation is truly amazing. I can really relate to the feeling of "the world had suddenly changed" after some intense research on a specific topic! Well done Maiya!!!
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Re: Metamorphosis: Is our idea of our "self" just an illusion?

Allan Waithira (Thome) ·
Hi There is this thing that has always remained unknown to me, what is the difference between I, Me and Self. I think it's really good to differentiate, understand and build on our strengths. The other thing that I still can't differentiate is spirit and soul. I really love your progressive way of writing a metamorphosis which I sincerely didn't know how to write one before. I now can write one. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Metamorphosis - Why are some people extroverts and others introverts?

WOW Jessica! Hands down, this metamorphosis is spectacular. I wasn't expecting that conclusion, I loved how you left it open, and added more to your research. As well how you connected "The Single Story" to your topic. Just curious are you doing another cycle of your topic? If so, the link I left explains a families influence on a child's personality. Exploring Environment and Personality, Birth Order, Genetic Factors and Personality Disorders.
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Re: Metamorphosis: Is our idea of our "self" just an illusion?

Moira O'Keeffe (LFAS-Alumni) ·
Wow what a cool topic! I love reading everyone's end of cycle posts and hearing about their growth and learning. It was very interesting to me that you said that through this project you have become more 'self-conscious.' As general thing I think most people think being self conscious is a negative thing, as it usually implies a certain amount of insecurity. However when you put it in the light of being more self aware it really changed my perspective on things. I believe that being...
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Re: If all jobs paid the same, would people choose the same careers?: Metamorphosis

Evan McFee (Alumni-LFAS) ·
Hey Taryn! It's great that you chose a line of inquiry that is not only useful on a global scale, but also on the individual scale. It may not be pragmatic to go after a career that you enjoy and is low-paying, but pragmatism will not always guide you to happiness, will it? Looking forward to what you come up with next! Evan
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Re: Metamorphosis: Is our idea of our "self" just an illusion?

Michelle Lee (LFAS) ·
Hello Mayia! I loved your topic from the moment you posted about your first cycle of research. I found it really interesting that you took it to another level and created a way that your topic implies to you and the effect the way you precieve certain things. I also found it interesting how you mentioned that you've become more self-conscious. Everyone feels emotion in different ways, and can see it differently which can lead to questioning why they are who they are, and start forming...
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Re: If all jobs paid the same, would people choose the same careers?: Metamorphosis

Moira O'Keeffe (LFAS-Alumni) ·
Very insightful. As I am in my grad year deciding what I want to do for a career has been a great source of stress, which is understandable. Reading your post has reminded me that what I end up doing should be something that reflects what I love to do. All in all I would say that your project for this cycle was very successful! Are you planning on continuing it next cycle?
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Re: Metamorphosis - Why Do Some Teens Feel The Need To Put Great Effort Into Their Appearances While Others Don't?

Hey Lauren! This is a super cool subject, and I'm so happy that you're choosing to continue on with this research in Cycle 2. I'm also really impressed by the information that you have attained during this cycle; I too often see kids walking down the halls wearing the same clothes, and I too wonder what drives these individuals to choose those specific outfits over other ones. Why do we feel the compulsive need to emulate one another? I think that the research that you are compiling here is...
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Re: Metamorphosis - Why Do Some Teens Feel The Need To Put Great Effort Into Their Appearances While Others Don't?

Sarnaver Mwende (Alumni) ·
HELLO LAUREN! This is a superb research.i really like the format to which you present your research,it is so interesting when you involve others through survey . 'Nobody is perfect and having trendy items isn't necessary if you have a great personality and attitude'. i like this quote ,'Also, I hope to view other people differently and not think about what they wear because it's what's on the inside that counts' . this one too made me view trend differently even though i am not so affected...
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Re: Metamorphosis - Does Fame Impact Life Expectancy?

Sarnaver Mwende (Alumni) ·
HELLO JOANNA! That's is a very genuine and educative conclusion.it is true we cant really judge what is happening in other peoples life using gossip not only for celebrities.i have learned a lot from this post and i mostly like this quote. "This research would help to create a more understanding community of individuals."
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Re: Metamorphosis #5 - How does the modern food industry impact biodiversity as well as human social constructs?

Sarnaver Mwende (Alumni) ·
HELLO ANIKA! i really like the initiative you are taking on the modern food industry based on its effect on both health and environment.i also like the fact that through you research you have learned to become far more conscious of the food brands that you choose to support.i think it could be more interesting if you elaborated more on the specific food brands that you are mostly conscious of.
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Re: Metamorphosis- How might our world change in the next 100 years?

Hi Rhea. I remember reading a couple of your posts and really enjoying the insight you brought to this topic! I look forward to you continuing this question. Maybe you can expand your question to not just technology, but to what might happen to other things in the next 100 years. Like education, or government?
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Re: Metamorphosis- How might our world change in the next 100 years?

Hi Rhea, I love how this question is answered as you mention how the iPhone and other tech has been around but we barely even notice time passing however at the same time so many developments have been made. It is truly impactful when comparing the last ten years and what has happened within this short time frame compared to the next 100 years. I'm glad you are wanting to stay with this topic as I'll be really interested to read your next posts!
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Re: Metamorphosis- How might our world change in the next 100 years?

Sarnaver Mwende (Alumni) ·
Hi Rhea! i really enjoyed reading your posts,and i am watching out for your next cycle.its perfectly clear that the world will change economically,technologically ,socially.in both positive and negative ways.most probably 5 years to come the M-Pesa idea of mobile banking and money transfer service only being enjoyed by Kenyans for about 10 years now,will be sold to all parts of the world.As technology and some other fields are moving to higher ranks the cultural practices are moving down.
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Re: Series 4 Cycle 5-Metamorphosis Values of Education

Jake Schmidt (LFAS) ·
hey Jim, really love the topic this time and also really love the way you put your own opinion into it and shared that. Education is a really good topic for you and I have enjoyed to read all about it. This topic is a topic I can apply to my own life and is actually useful. so thank you Jim and good luck -Jake Schmidt
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Re: Series 4 Cycle 5-Metamorphosis Values of Education

Sarnaver Mwende (Alumni) ·
hi Jim this was an interesting topic.i too relate to the point of ' school is a pain'.i think most of the students will say the same especially here in Kenya,only a few enjoy being in school, but all the same there is no other option because in every experience there must be learning involved. i also think that the value of education system defers from one country to another.have you thought of how the world would be if all the countries had the same education system?
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Re: Series 3 Picking yourself back up( Re-aligning your life)- Metamorphosis

Hi Jim, i am really glad you are continuing with this inquiry as it is a very in-depth and well done research that, like you said, impacts many people. I agree that it should not only impact people in butterfly effect, but everywhere, because so many people feel depressed and have hard times all over the world. It is a universal feeling to be down, to feel blue, and i find that if your research was shared with the world, many people would benefit. I also agree with what you mentioned was one...
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Re: Series 3 Picking yourself back up( Re-aligning your life)- Metamorphosis

Jim Liu (Charles Best) ·
Hey @Juliana Nunes (Charles Best) ! Thanks for the reply, (you don't normally see replies on metamorphosis') Im glad you are glad that i am continuing this research! Mainly because i found there are lots to cover and originally i predicted one "cycle" would not be enough. So i am happy to continue till the end of the year practically! (as i need to) All i am doing is nodding my head your comment, since you make good points. Generally most research here has some "base and solid" answers to a...
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Re: Metamorphosis - How do all forms of Art act as a social change agent?

Erica Won (LFAS) ·
Hi Nicole, This is super interesting! You've taken an art form that we're all expected to study in school and enhanced the experience for not just yourself, but for me as well. Often times, we subconsciously take the words we listen to in music and poetry and merely enjoy them, but when we study the subtext behind these words, it's as if our world expands. We're a lot closer to these problems than we think we are, especially if the problems are being presented in music (something that is...
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Re: METAMORPHOSIS

Hi Jackline! I really enjoyed reading your metamorphosis because I learned so much from this post. Before I read it, I did not have a huge understanding in what tribalism is. Here in Canada, there definitely is discrimination to some extents but it differs from tribalism. I'm very excited to see what you have planned next. Good luck!
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Re: METAMORPHOSIS .

Hello Nasib I found your metamorphosis very intriguing, according to my view,many people use the cameras just for fun but through your explanations in the research i got to understand that Camera are used for very many purposes.I have also known different types of cameras.Kudos! waiting for your next research. Good lack.
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Re: METAMORPHOSIS

Nasib Mohamed (Sweetwaters) ·
Hey Jackline, This is very cool. after reading you metamorphosis i was able to understand tribalism contribute in lowering unity in country and also decline our economic activities.All the best.
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Re: METAMORPHOSIS .

Audrey Heath (Charles Best) ·
You are looking into a really awesome topic, especially because I am also researching photography. This is a point of interest for me. Did you look into the history, as in how was pin hole first discovered, and who discovered it. This website tells the history of the first photo ever taken. The camera obscura was the first type of camera ever used. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wik...story_of_photography Good Luck with your next steps of your research.
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Re: METAMORPHOSIS .

Nice work Nasib on your next research.
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Re: Metamorphosis - How do all forms of Art act as a social change agent?

Hi Nicole, Wow! I learned more about poems just by reading your research than I did in English class... I loved how you incorporated all different poems of different eras to prove a similar point. Personally I believe the beauty of poetry comes with its ambiguity, as you said many people find that it's too hard to understand, but that's what makes the message that's being portrayed all the more complex and personal! Of course its not always the case that everyone comprehends the same...
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