2nd hour
02/11/2013 7:23am

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Christian Dinwiddie
02/11/2013 7:29am

In Germany Systembau created an interactive floor that the markings change instantly, with a push of a button. Called Lucio, it comprises of two layers. A surface made of easily removable special glass that has undergone a series of processes and treatments to ensure that it is as springy as the current wooden floors and also layered with a colored PVB foil, coated with an extra-strong anti-skid laminate. It costs $560 USD per square meter. The floor has been fixed by reseachers from Germany's Stuttgart University and meets only yhe sliding characteristics for gyms.

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Luke Kinkade
02/11/2013 7:36am

If your school is like most, chances are you have one gym that is used for maybe one or two sports - Most likely Volleyball and Basketball. In Germany they now have a floof that lights up blueAll the coach or the player has to do, is press the button with the right symbol and its on.

luke kinkade
02/11/2013 7:41am

If your school is like most, chances are you have one gym that is used for maybe one or two sports - Most likely Volleyball and Basketball. In Germany they now have a floof that lights up blueAll the coach or the player has to do, is press the button with the right symbol and its on!

Sarah kavanaugh
02/11/2013 7:32am

I'm doing my artical review on the artical "Hi-Tech Floor Transforms Multi- SportsGym Into Multi, Multi Sport Gyms!" By Meera Dolasia on Febuary 7, 2013. The multi sports floor cost $560 USD per square meter. The floor changes with just a push of a button with the right symbol.

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natalie barker
02/11/2013 7:36am

The Text Message Minnesota Researchers Are Not Looking Forward To Receiving!
BY: Meera Dolasia
The moose population is declining, and no one knows why. Now researchers from Minnesota are going to find out why. The researchers have devised an innovative solution. One that will allow the moose to send them a text but only after their dead.
“The impetus to do something began last year when a census count of the animals indicated that there were only 4,600 or about half the number as had been counted in 2006, left in the wild.”
But the time the researchers discovered the carcasses they were decayed or had been eaten by other animals.
In order to get around the scientists have decided to make a use out of modern technology. A month later 100 adults and 50 calves living in the forest in Minnesota will be captured, and fittied with tracking collars and also be implanted with mortality transmitters.

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kali brown
02/11/2013 7:36am

germany systembua creatited the interactive floor that could be used by the pust of a small little button.and it is called lucio and its surface is made of easilt removable glass the floor has been fixed by reseachers in germany stuttgrat university and meets only characteristics for gyms!!!

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Promis arnold
02/11/2013 7:37am

Hi-Tech Floor Transforms Multi-Sport Gyms Into Multi, Multi Sport Gyms!
By Meera Dolasia

If your school is like most, chances are you have one gym that is used for maybe one or two sports - Most likely Volleyball and Basketball. Germany's ASB Systembau has created an interactive floor that allow for the markings to be changed instantly, with a mere push of a button. Called Lucio, it comprises of two layers. A surface made of easily removable special glass that has undergone a series of processes and treatments to ensure that it is as springy as the current wooden floors and also layered with a colored PVB foil, coated with an extra-strong anti-skid laminate. Underneath, lies an equally cushioned framework made from metal channels that are embedded with blue and white LED's, which are arranged such that they create the specific boundary that is needed for the sport being played, at any given time. All the coach or the player has to do, is press the button with the right symbol! Priced at about $560 USD per square meter, Germany's Stuttgart University and meets not only the sliding characteristics required for gyms but both national and international requirements for slip resistance, shock absorption etc. etc ASB Systembau believes that the floor will be useful for many other venues, ranging from displaying rotating floor advertisements to even, nightclubs. We are sure all you wish is that someone would install the Lucio in your school gym!

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Samantha Peebles
02/11/2013 7:45am

Im writing about "Hi-Tech Floor Transforms Multi-Sport Gyms Into Multi, Multi Sport Gyms!" I wanted to write about this article because i thought it would be fun to learn about the new electronics that people make everyday. Its a really good article to learn about. I think our school would be so cool if got a gym floor like that.
Regular school gyms are mostly used for one or two sports - Most likely Volleyball and Basketball.It's not because that is the maximum number of sports the gym can be scheduled for, but because all sports have different boundary lines. Now, Germany's ASB Systembau has created an interactive floor that allow for the markings to be changed instantly, with a mere push of a button!
Called Lucio, it comprises of two layers. A surface made of easily removable special glass that has undergone a series of processes and treatments to ensure that it is as springy as the current wooden floors and also layered with a colored PVB foil, coated with an extra-strong anti-skid laminate. Underneath, lies an equally cushioned framework made from metal channels that are embedded with blue and white LED's, which are arranged such that they create the specific boundary that is needed for the sport being played, at any given time. All the coach or the player has to do, is press the button with the right symbol! Priced at about $560 USD per square meter, the floor has been thoroughly vetted by researchers from Germany's Stuttgart University and meets not only the sliding characteristics required for gyms but both national and international requirements for slip resistance, shock absorption etc. etc.
The best part is, that it is available right now and one pioneering school in Bavaria is already using it! ASB Systembau believes that the floor will be useful for many other venues, ranging from displaying rotating floor advertisements to even, nightclubs. We are sure all you wish is that someone would install the Lucio in your school gym!

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Austin Harris
02/15/2013 3:28pm

I choose to do my article on "The Text Message Minnesota Researchers Are Not Looking Forward To Receiving! By Meera Dolasia
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources hope they don't get many text messages from the moose that they have fitted with tracking collars and implanted with mortality transmitters in their digestive tracks. Cause if they do receive a message that moose is already dead. It's heart has spotted beating for six hours before the message is sent.
The researchers did this because since 2006 the moose population is half of what the count was than. This will allow the researchers to better diagnose the cause of death. Of course it will not help the animals that have already died, but they hope to help the rest of the species, other animals and maybe humans also. Another study that was done alerted them to the existence of a mosquito encephalitis. That would have posed a threat to both horses and people.
Hopefully they will find out what is causing the decrease in the moose population before many more moose die. The moose is a awsome animal. It would be sad if they all died off.

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Kristen Brawley
02/18/2013 1:09pm

The article I chose is called, ‘Hi- Tech Floor Transform Multi- Sport Gyms Into Multi, Multi Sport Gyms!’ By: Meera Dolasia. This article is about how this gym is high tech of course. You know that only in a gym you can only play basketball and volleyball? Well this one changes!
This floor changes into other floors for like baseball or tennis or even football. The lines changes in a push of a button. So you can play any sport in this gym. This gym is in Germany.
This floor is called Lucio, I has two layers. One that is made of easily removable different glass that has endured a series of processes and treatments to guarantee that it is as springy as the present wooden floors and also covered with a colored PVB foil. “The other layer lies an equally cushioned famework made from metal channels that are embedded with blue and white LED’s which are arranged such that they create the specific boundary that is needed for the sport being played, at any given time.
Why I would need to know this is because, if I would happen to come upon a gym floor like this then I could be able to tell others about it. I chose this article because it seemed like an interesting article.

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3rd hour
02/11/2013 7:24am

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Chris#23
02/11/2013 8:10am

I liked the one about the floor. It's so cool!! I wish our school had a gym floor like that.
The floor is made out of a special glass and has led lights that create the boundaries of the different sports played. Also by pushing a button can change the boundaries from basketball to tennis to volleyball.How amazing is this floor!!!
Also it's very expensive it costs about $560 per square meter. That's a lot of money for it but I still like the floor. I like this floor.

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mya epp :)
02/11/2013 8:15am

Hi-Tech Floor Transforms Multi-Sport Gyms Into Multi, Multi Sport Gyms!

If your school is like most, chances are you have one gym that is used for maybe one or two sports - Most likely Volleyball and Basketball. And it's not because that is the maximum number of sports the gym can be scheduled for, but because all sports have different boundary lines and while the colors can be changed, it still gets a little confusing for athletes. Now, Germany's ASB Systembau has created an interactive floor that allow for the markings to be changed instantly, with a mere push of a button

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Kayla Mcnellis:)
02/11/2013 8:16am

3d printers are headed for the moon. No really.


To say that 3D printing technology has grown by leaps and bounds is an understatement. It has been used to build construction models, artificial limbs and even a faux car for the most recent James Bond thriller, Skyfall. Now, if the scientists at the ESA and designers at British architectural firm Foster and Partners are right, it may soon be heading to the Moon! The fact that the planet Mars is the next frontier astronauts are planning to explore, is a known fact. Engineers have been working hard on building a suitable Space Vehicle, nutritionists have been trying to come up with the appropriate cuisine and some brave men have even gone through the ordeal of spending the 520 days it will take to get to the Red Planet and back, sequestered inside a mock shuttle. There is one unsolved problem.
Here’s the problem. Where the astronauts will live when they get to the Moon, which is where they are expected to set up base camp. Then, there is the issue of labor - Given that humans cannot not survive in the extreme Lunar temperatures without adequate protection, means that laborers could not be sent to build this dome. The only solution therefore would be to send robots.
However, there still remained the question of how the raw lunar soil could be transformed into building material that is strong and solid enough to provide a safe abode for the space scientists.This, is where 3D printing comes in! The architects began by mixing simulated lunar soil with magnesium oxide - This effectively transformed it into a pulp-like material, which could be passed through the printer to create 3-D building material sheets. Since each individual layer is not strong enough, the architects printed multiple layers and then bound them with a special salt, that turned the flimsy layers into a stone like solid material. The architects who have built a small model on earth, believe that if everything goes according to their plan, using this technique, a structure big enough to house four astronauts could be built in just a week.
Thanks to this innovative idea, the house will be totally sustainable and the only things that will be required to be shipped to the moon will be the robots, some pressurized inflatables the same shape as the dome and of course the printer(s)! Watch out Martians, here we come!

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Janessa Jensen <3
02/11/2013 8:16am

Have you ever seen the gym that glos in the dark? This gym can change colors but still gets confusing for the athletes. So somebody came up with a gym collor that can glow so it does nt get so confusing. I wish our gym had that! Even though its only priced at 5 hundred some wat $ is a good product its easy to remove and has the same bouncy feeling that wood gym floors have.

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Angel Salcido
02/11/2013 8:19am

I think that it is weird to have airbags on your bike. But what is your cahnce of geting in a wreck if you ride safely. Plus it would be aukward to have an air bag on the frount of your bike plus who says yuor head is the thing that is going to get hurt. How is the air bag going to protect your leg or arm?

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Chris#23
02/11/2013 8:25am

I liked the one about the floor. It's so cool!! I wish our school had a gym floor like that.
The floor is made out of a special glass and has led lights that create the boundaries of the different sports played. Also by pushing a button can change the boundaries from basketball to tennis to volleyball.How amazing is this floor!!!
Also it's very expensive it costs about $560 per square meter. That's a lot of money for it but I still like the floor. I like this floor.
When ever I first saw that court it looked it amazing because it glows in the dark. Also it was made in Germany and used in most schools over there. This article was the coolest one ever!!!

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Cody D #32
02/11/2013 8:26am

I read Hi-Tech Floor Transforms Multi-Sports Gyms Into Multi, Multi Sports Gyms. It is written by Meera Dolasia. The main idea was about a floor that transforms into many courts.
The first paragraph is about some of the things the floor is made out of. For example, one thing it is made is LED lights.
The second is how it works. It works by hitting a button. Hit one button and you get the court you want to play on.
I picked this paragraph because it looked like a fun paragraph to read. It gave me an idea, and how to follow your dreams and design something that could benefit you.

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Riley Cathey
02/11/2013 8:28am

I chose the article on the largest prime number discovered. This article is by Meera Dolsia. The number was discovered by Curtis Cooper.
This new number is 17.425,170 digits long. According to the article if there was someone to right this number one digit per second 12 hours nonstop a day, it would still take over a year to wright. To print out it would take 5,000-6,000 sheets of paper depending on font and size. The last record was 12,978,189 digits long. That's pretty short compared to the record breaker.
So, been wondering why this Chris guy would do this crazy thing? Basicaly for fame and bragging rights, but there is a 3,000 dollar reward. This was not easy either, it took 1,000 special computers to calculate. It took 39 days for the 22th computer to actually come up with the number.The number was a rare number called a Mersenne. A Mersenne is a number that is one less than the power of two.
I chose this article because I like math. I want to know how he knew it was a prime number. This could help in the future if I become a mathematic.

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Hunter Wissbaum Gunnar Berger (:
02/11/2013 8:34am

In Germeny thay made a new court that turns into multiple courts. The courts were ment for multi purpose sence any other court can only do a few sports. We like the court beccause we like lots of sports but it cost 650 dollars american. It Only few schools have bought it. Its new tecnolgy

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Carolyn Alexander :)
02/11/2013 8:36am

My article is about hi-tech floor transforms multi-sports gyms into multi, multi sport gyms! By Meera Dolasia, why cant Conway have a gym like this? The gym is made of easily removable special glass that has undergone a series of processes and treatments to ensure that it is as springly as the current wooden floors and also layered with a colored PVB foil. Underneath lies an equally cushioned framework made from metal channles that are embedded with blue and white LED’s which are arranged so they create the specific boundary.
Per square meter cost about $560. The best part about the gym is that its availablke right now and one pioneering school in Bavaria is already using it! Some people ethink it could be used for nightclubs and floor advertisments.

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Hunter Wissbaum Gunnar Berger (:
02/11/2013 8:36am

In Germeny thay made a new court that turns into multiple courts. The courts were ment for multi purpose sence any other court can only do a few sports. We like the court beccause we like lots of sports but it cost 650 dollars american. It Only few schools have bought it. Its new tecnolgy. What.

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Caleb Little
02/17/2013 1:24pm

The Text Message Minnesota Researchers Are Not Looking Forward To Receiving
The moose population in Minnesota is declining sharply - And nobody knows why! Now researchers from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources have devised an innovative solution - One that will allow the moose to send them a text message but unfortunately, only after they are dead

Starting later this month, 100 adults and 50 calves living in the forests of Northeastern Minnesota will be captured and fitted with tracking collars and also, be implanted with mortality transmitters in their digestive tracks.

The animals will then be allowed to roam free until, scientists receive this dire text message from one of them Hey I'm likely dead.' Timed to be sent six hours after the animal's heart stops beating, the message will enable them to immediately pick up the body thanks to the coordinates provided by its tracking collars

While this will not do anything for the animals that have perished, researchers are hoping that it will help the rest of their species, as well as, other animals and even, humans. A similar prior study of moose carcasses alerted them to the existence of a strain of mosquito-borne encephalitis that would have also posed a threat to both horses and people. We sure hope the researchers are able to figure out the issue before they get a barrage of text messages

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Riley Earls
02/18/2013 9:46am

My article review is on Are Micro Apartments The Future Of City Living? This article was written by Meera Dolasia. Many big cities are having housing problems. The cities want to make smaller housing with half the price of a similar apartment.
Mayor Bloomberg announced that designs will be taken for micro apartments that consist of 250-300 square feet. Who ever won this challenge would win a chance to be the first to construct a micro unit apartment complex in Manhattan's Kips Bay neighborhood. The winner was “My Micro NY”.
The design of the “My Micro NY” was based on a cruise ship cabin. This micro apartment has a balcony that doesn’t protrude but does let in fresh air. Another space saving trick is the storage place in the ceiling. This can be accessed with a step ladder. Of course the apartment has a kitchen, bathroom, and a living space that can be used as a sleeping area, study area, a living room, or all three.
I chose this article because I want these types of housing to come to local areas. This would cut back on space use. I also think it would be cool to live in an apartment like this! The information I learned from this article could come in handy if I were to live in one of these apartments.

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Cole Howerton
02/19/2013 8:18am


Hi-Tech Floor Transforms Multi-Sport Gyms Into Multi, Multi Sport Gyms!
By: Meera Dolasia

Many schools have different sports played in their gym each week. Many of which the floor was not exactly designed for. In Germany however, this is not the case.

Lucio, a gym floor designed in Germany, has many functions. Some of which are tennis, basketball, and volleyball. With the press of a button, its function is altered.

I like the idea of a multi-sport gym. This is because most sports used on gym floors can harm the surface, because it was not designed to withstand other sports. In this way, Lucio will save lots of money.

I chose this article because I thought the idea of a multi-sport gym was a great idea. Even though most gyms are multi-sport gyms, they are not as efficient as Lucio.

Many school gyms

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6th hour
02/11/2013 7:26am

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lance malonson
02/11/2013 11:24am

Im writing about "Hi-Tech Floor Transforms Multi-Sport Gyms Into Multi, Multi Sport Gyms!" I wanted to write about this article because i thought it would be fun to learn about the new electronics that people make everyday. Its a really good article to learn about. I think our school would be so cool if got a gym floor like that.
Regular school gyms are mostly used for one or two sports - Most likely Volleyball and Basketball.It's not because that is the maximum number of sports the gym can be scheduled for, but because all sports have different boundary lines. Now, Germany's ASB Systembau has created an interactive floor that allow for the markings to be changed instantly, with a mere push of a button!
Called Lucio, it comprises of two layers. A surface made of easily removable special glass that has undergone a series of processes and treatments to ensure that it is as springy as the current wooden floors and also layered with a colored PVB foil, coated with an extra-strong anti-skid laminate. Underneath, lies an equally cushioned framework made from metal channels that are embedded with blue and white LED's, which are arranged such that they create the specific boundary that is needed for the sport being played, at any given time. All the coach or the player has to do, is press the button with the right symbol! Priced at about $560 USD per square meter, the floor has been thoroughly vetted by researchers from Germany's Stuttgart University and meets not only the sliding characteristics required for gyms but both national and international requirements for slip resistance, shock absorption etc. etc.
The best part is, that it is available right now and one pioneering school in Bavaria is already using it! ASB Systembau believes that the floor will be useful for many other venues, ranging from displaying rotating floor advertisements to even, nightclubs.

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lance
02/14/2013 11:36am

Im writing about "Hi-Tech Floor Transforms Multi-Sport Gyms Into Multi, Multi Sport Gyms!" I wanted to write about this article because i thought it would be fun to learn about the new electronics that people make everyday. Its a really good article to learn about. I think our school would be so cool if got a gym floor like that.
Regular school gyms are mostly used for one or two sports - Most likely Volleyball and Basketball.It's not because that is the maximum number of sports the gym can be scheduled for, but because all sports have different boundary lines. Now, Germany's ASB Systembau has created an interactive floor that allow for the markings to be changed instantly, with a mere push of a button
Called Lucio, it comprises of two layers. A surface made of easily removable special glass that has undergone a series of processes and treatments to ensure that it is as springy as the current wooden floors and also layered with a colored PVB foil, coated with an extra-strong anti-skid laminate. Underneath, lies an equally cushioned framework made from metal channels that are placed blue and white LED's, which are arranged such that they create the specific boundary that is needed for the sport being played, at any given time. All the coach or the player has to do, is press the button with the right symbol! Priced at about $560 USD per square meter, the floor has been thoroughly vetted by researchers from Germany's Stuttgart University and meets not only the sliding characteristics required for gyms but both national and international requirements for slip resistance, shock absorption etc. etc.
The best part is, that it is available right now and one pioneering school in Bavaria is already using it! ASB Systembau believes that the floor will be useful for many other venues, ranging from displaying rotating floor advertisements to even, nightclubs.

Jacob Perryman
02/11/2013 11:36am

If your school is like most, chances are you have one gym that is used for maybe one or two sports - Most likely Volleyball and Basketball. And it's not because that is the maximum number of sports but because all sports have different boundary lines and while the colors can be changed, it still gets a little confusing. Now, Germany's ASB has created an interactive floor that allow for the markings to be changed instantly, with a mere push of a button

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006. James bonds brother. (Austin Faust)
02/11/2013 11:40am

All right. Been a while, but I have here a new article. It’s by Meera Dolisia, and is totally hip. Its about… wait. You’re not going to believe this…. It’s about airbags on the exterior of cars!? HOW CAN THAT BE??? Anyway, I chose this article because it’s fun and awesome.
Now for the first idea. The first idea is to WOW us. This is because well, outside airbags on cars? That is un-freaking-believable. The second idea Is to inform us. This is because they are telling us about a hip new airbag that goes on the outside of cars.
Now for the last idea. You ready for this? The last idea is…. DUD! Nah. Here’s the real last idea. The idea is to blow our minds. This is because we went from T-mobiles to geos to race cars and now race cars with airbags on the outside of them. I know. Its totally awesome.
Now this is the ending paragraph. IM sad, and I know ur sad, but oh well. Stay tuned for more articles reviews from Austin Faust.

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Anonymous
02/13/2013 10:40am

if you're james bond's brother than peguins can fly

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02/11/2013 11:41am

chances are you have one gym that is used for maybe one or two sports - Most likely Volleyball and Basketball. And it's not because that is the maximum number of sports the gym can be scheduled for, but because all sports have different boundary lines and while the colors can be changed, it still gets a little confusing for athletes.

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katie clarke
02/11/2013 1:14pm

The Text Message Minnesota Researchers Are Not Looking Forward To Receiving!

The moose can send a message to Minnesota Department of Natural Resources but only if there dead!
There’s only 4,600 about half the number as had been counted for in 2006, that are left in the wild.
In order to get around the scientist deiced to use modern technology.

The animals will be allowed to roam free until the scientist receive the dire text message from one of the animals.
This massage that well be sent to the scientist said, Hey, I’m likely dead.
The message will sent six hours after the animal’s heart stops beating.

The message will let the scientist know where to immediately pick up the body because of the coordinates.
Witch is provided by its tracing collars.
We hope the researchers will be able to figure out the problem before rhey get a lot of text messages.

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02/13/2013 8:40am

Why Dung Beetles are always reaching For the Stars By:
Meera Dolasia.

Dung beetles have always been known to take other animals dropping ad roll it into a ball. The question is how do they know where they are going. Thanks to some Sweden researchers we may now know the answer.
Last year the research on these rollers began when Emily Baird at Sweden Lund University and her colleagues all researched the dung beetles. Every time a beetle got a ball of crap(literally) it got on top and danced. When Mrs. Baird got a closer look she saw the beetles were actually looking to the sky for its blessing.

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Samantha Gieniec
02/14/2013 11:34am

the animals will be free after the scientist receive this text message that says hey i'm likely dead.the message will be sent six hour after the animals heart stops beating.and soon or later the moose population will soon die out because people are shooting too many of them at a time.so scientist put a collar on them to track them . and it tells them if they are dead or not.

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02/11/2013 7:33am

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Gunnar Berger Hunter Wissbaum
02/11/2013 8:32am

In Germeny thay made a new court that turns into multiple courts. The courts were ment for multi purpose sence any other court can only do a few sports. We like the court beccause we like lots of sports but it cost 650 dollars american. It Only few schools have bought it. Its new tecnolgy .

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riley ward
02/11/2013 11:43am

It is know fact that some species of the lowly dung beetle that feed off animal poop.And they rool it up into little balls and then they roll the ball of crap to a safe distance. And the dung beetle can roll the the crap in a straight line.

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tylermoad
02/11/2013 11:46am

To say that 3D printing technology has grown.The fact that the planet Mars is the next planet astronauts are planning to explore, is a known fact.Where the astronauts will live when they get to the Moon, which is where they are expected to set upThat is the problem that ESA scientists asked the designers at London-based Foster and Partners to solve base camp the 3D printer prints 3D things

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scooot
02/11/2013 11:52am

Now Available - Airbags For Pedestrians And Cyclists!
Cycling or even walking in urban areas.
And, while there are several versions of the idea in the works, the one most recently unveiled by Dutch car company TNO, seems tA camera fitted beneath the rear-view mirror monitors the vehicle's proximity to a pedestrian or cyclist. Any contact with either one of them sets off the sensors in the car's bumper and promptly inflates the airbag. o be the most advanced and ready to go into production.

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02/14/2013 11:49am

This article is about how there’s new cars with air bags on the outside of the cars. The new car out is to help people that ride on bikes ,and walk to most places. This mainly happens in big cities and some smaller ones. The coolest thing about this car is that people have been studying things about this car since 2009 that’s a long time. They’ve used crash dolls to test it out. You can still get hurt but not as bad. This air bag can even protect your windshield from hitting the person your safer and so is the other person that was hit.

THANKS FOR READING !!!!!!!!!

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Emmi Bailey
02/19/2013 11:23am

I am doing my article review on Hi- Tech Floors Trans form Multi- Sport Gyms into Multi Sport Gyms. If you are a relguar school you uasally have a court for Basketball an Volleyball. Each different sport as different boundary lines for the sport. They have these kinds of gym floors in Germany.

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