September 2017

Hey there,today am going to take on with the theory named plate tectonic, Plate tectonics is the theory that the outer rigid layer of the earth (the lithosphere) is divided into a couple of dozen " plates " that move around across the earth's surface relative to each other, like slabs of ice on a lake.This block float on underlying molten weaker mantle known as stratosphere. Due to convectional currents in the stratosphere,the outer shell of the earth has been fractured into seven large and...Read More...
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Hi everyone Almost three- quarters of disabled people take part in no sport or either physical activity like that of non-disabled people. They are not only missing the health benefits but walking outdoors offers them a greater choice, control and independence to lead more fulfilling lives through job access, services and family social life. By overcoming one of the barries that disabled people face is by getting possible care package which should involve family and friends especially women...Read More...
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Audrey Heath and Madison Ciulla Stickers on fruit are edible It is unknown if they are edible, but they are working towards biodegradable stamps in the future. (1) You can eat fruit stickers and not get sick, but they are not made to be eaten. (2) They are made from food grade materials, but are not meant to be eaten (3,4,5) In conclusion, stickers on fruit are not meant to be eaten, but are FDA approved food grade material. This is to ensure that if you accidentally eat them, you will not...Read More...
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Can Bats See?

Joanna Whitter (Charles Best)
Ellen Mee and Joanna Whitter Can Bats See? http://www.bats.org.uk/pages/all_about_bats.html Most assume bats are blind; however, they can see nearly as well as human beings can Bats value their echolocation more than their sight at night as it is more useful They also hang upside down so they have a better view before flying https://www.livescience.com/55986-are-bats-really-blind.html On the contrary, bats are far from blind and sometimes hold eyesight more useful than sound and echolocation...Read More...
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Caroline L and Rhea M Lack of sleep shrink your brain? The researchers did the study, they found that there is some shrinkage in one part of their frontal cortex and some atrophy or deterioration throughout three other parts of the brains. (1) A neurologist with sleep specialist did the research about the lack of the sleep. They found that the poor sleep can cause the buildup of the protein in the brain. It can attack the brain as result. (2) The lack of sleep can cause the memory loss, and...Read More...
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who promoted corruption in Africa.

corruption.is the abuse of power for private gains.corruption was introduced systematic on a ground scale across much of sub-Saharan Africa.The repudiation of indigenous values ,standards,checks and balances and the pretensions of superimposing western structures destabilized the well- run bureaucratic machinery previously in existence across Pre-colonial Africa.The indirect rule turned leadership in Africa into a corrupted enterprise where instead of holding power in trust for the...Read More...
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Hello everyone,it has been long since i posted but am back with a research.In my last research i was looking at one of the five types of cultures,but before i prattle the next type of culture i will elaborate the impacts of National Culture. Adopting the practices of the world leading economy is a desirable and sensible strategy since these practices are based on the largest existing poor experiences. Power Distance. It characterizes the extent to which people consider it being natural that...Read More...
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Hey there everyone, we are back from summer and it looks like its time to get started once again. This year is a year of stress and fun for a lot of us so lets all do our best, eh? So i have a few ideas for my projects this year, the main three i am looking at is to continue the bionic boots build and actually make them this year so i would be starting that soon. If not i am thinking about doing more on the helicopter project (If i can get funding i would loooooove to build it) or buying an...Read More...
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Hey everyone today i will be looking at the effect of drugs on the kidney.The effects of drug abuse can be seen in every part of the body, the mind, and the spirit as well. THE EFFECTS OF DRUG ABUSE ON YOUR KIDNEY The use of drugs can have a deep effect on any part of the body, many users may not know of the dangerous damage that can occur to the kidneys. As drugs are consumed by the body, they are cleaned by the kidneys. As these critical organs filter waste from the body, they are revealed...Read More...
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Hey guys ,as i promised in my earliest post i will be looking on the challenges and benefit of technology. The development of technology have affected in various way in people work and lives technology like robotic and internet have brought various changes like in education as i looked in my last blog . Today i will look at the challenge and benefits of technology evolution. I will start `off with the challenges Challenges of technology in education. Space cost This is the laboratory space...Read More...
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Hey everyone, today am going to cope on how the underground water is remove from the ground, up to surface and got used up by the consumers. We get water from aquifers through the use of wells,if well is drilled in the right location in an artesian aquifers, the pressure will cause it to follow on it’s on. The saturated zone beneath the water table is called an aquifers, and they huge storehouses of water. When a water-bearing rock readily transmits water to wells and springs, it is called...Read More...
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Hello everyone, in my today's post is about the importance of sustainable farming.I have listed them for you below; 1. Contributes to Environmental Conservation: The environment act's a big role in sustaining life. It is our duty to take care of the environment so that in future generations are not deprived of their needs. Sustainable agriculture helps to replenish the land and other natural resources . This replenishment ensures that these natural resources will be able to sustain life in...Read More...
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wildlife conservation

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
i wonder how we can stop the problems facing wildlife : Hi,everyone i have been away for long but hope you will like what i have for you : We all know deep that these magnificent animals matter,yet we have driven many of them towards the brink of death .1.Poaching is the greatest current problem facing wildlife among other problems.It is threatening the survival of some animal species which have declined in number and their number have reduced drastically. 2. Destruction of Habitat: Over the...Read More...
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Hello everyone today i will be discussing on ways in which the sun affect people with light and dark coloured skins. The Good effects Enhances Your Mind there are many sunlight importance, including that it is a free mood enhancer. When there is sun people feel better and have more energy, but it can also increase the levels of serotonin in the brain, which is associated with improved mood. Not surprisingly, serotonin levels are very high in the summer. Treats Seasonal Depression (commonly...Read More...
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Hey everyone, today i will be looking on various ways of taking care of yourself when having HIV/AIDS. HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF WHEN LIVING WITH HIV. Having HIV doesn’t mean you to stop living a full and healthy life. With the right treatment and care, you can expect to live just as long as someone who doesn’t have HIV. 1 There’s a lot you can do to take care of yourself and feel comfortable, healthier and happier. If you have any questions, talk to your healthcare provider about...Read More...
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WILDLIFE AND TOURISM

Benito Maina (Tigithi)
Wildlife tourism is an element of many nations' travel industry centered around observation and interaction with local animal and plant life in their natural habitats.Tourism can bring many economic and social benefits, particularly in rural areas and developing countries. Tourism creates jobs, both through direct employment within the tourism industry and indirectly in sectors such as retail and transportation. When these people spend their wages on goods and services, it leads to what is...Read More...
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Farmers Milking to promote social media.

Hey guys I was able to come up with a brief summary of how dairy milking is being promoted and of how foundations are trying to also help the community in developing their farming skills and practices. A large number of farmers in the U.S have signed up for various social media site as a way of promoting the Agriculture industry.Farming to some people is not a thing they would like to practice because we all know that at some point it becomes tiresome and requires lots of energy. But for the...Read More...
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YOUR GIFT

Doris Kinyua (Malek)
Hi everyone? What do you think about gifts? Have you discovered your gift?If not good news are here. Gift is a natural ability or talent.The main thing is that everybody was created with a gift.God kept for everyone a gift and so it's everybody's duty to discover his/her gift.But before you do so you need to discover whom you are so as to discover your purpose of being so that you may start living and stop just existing.The discovery does not make you flow in any direction but it makes you...Read More...
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How is HIV spread? HIV is spread in certain body fluids from a person infected with HIV these are: Blood,semen,pre-seminal fluids,Rectal fluids,vaginal fluids and breast milk. HIV transmission is only possible if these fluids come in contact with a mucous membrane or damaged tissue or are directly injected into the blood stream. In the US HIV is spread through: 1)Having sex mainly with someone who has HIV without taking HIV medicines to prevent HIV. 2)Sharing injection,drug equipment such as...Read More...
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HEY everyone ,today i am going to look on effects of HIV/AIDS and what happens to the body. How HIV affects the immune system HIV infects a cell by first attaching itself to, and joining with, the host T cells. T cells, also known as CD4 cells, are a type of white blood cell that form a vital part of the immune system. Once inside the host cells, HIV multiplies. The virus damages or destroys the cells before moving on to infect more cells. A CD4 count is an indication of the health of a...Read More...
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hy there been away for a while but back with a research.Actually according to my research i found out that some people are heartless they never care about others,that was why i tried to do this research.These was an example i found,the armed robbers.They tend to attack you and take everything away from you that is not the worst part,i thought they only wanted your property but they also shoot or injure you using other weapons.Is this really fair?If you fill mercy for animals why not for your...Read More...
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Earthquakes

Hello everyone,, how to prepare for an earthquake. i was away for sometime but this is what i have researched about how to prepare for an earthquake.predicting when an earthquake will strike is one thing that scientists know that the earthquake has happened around this region.some of the authorities like government authorities need to educate people about earthquake prone areas and fault lines in the country. people must also be educated about what earthquakes are,and also what are its...Read More...
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Hey everyone today I will be looking on the effect of drugs on the liver.The liver is an organ that is located in the upper right hand side of the abdomen, mostly behind the rib. How do drugs cause liver disease? Drugs can cause liver disease in several ways. Some drugs are directly damaging to the liver; others are altered by the liver into chemicals that can cause injury to the liver directly or indirectly. There are three types of liver toxicity; dose-dependent toxicity, idiosyncratic...Read More...
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Hi,everyone today i am talking about health measure in children working in child labor. Working form that are safely and healthy for adults may not be safe and healthy for children because of their manual differences. Risks may be greater for children at various stages of development and may have long-term effects.The main factors that may increase the health, safety, and developmental risk factors for children include: Match factory worker Rapid skeletal growth Development of organs and...Read More...
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