2nd Hour
12/10/2012 1:05pm

2nd hour

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Kristen Brawley
12/10/2012 6:58pm

The article I chose is called ' Lava From Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Spills Into The Ocean'. By Meera Dolasia. This article is about how a volcano spills into the ocean. This article also talks about how Hawaii is hoem to some of the world's most occuring volcanoes. This certain volcano has been erupting almost nonstop since 1983.

This volcano is called Kilauea. Kilauea's eruption was so large that it's lava made a 7-mile journey straight into the ocean. The lava started to go towards the ocean on October 29th and began spilling into the ocean on November 25th. This sight is attracting lots and lots of visitors. You can't stand to close to the scene because of the gas and because the lava could throw out scalding water and tiny parts of volcanic glass.

Legend says that there was a goddess named Pele which is the volcano goddess.' She was one of six girls and seven boys born to the earth goddess.' The legend says that Pele was casted away by her father, which is supposed to be "creator of the universe". Pele was sent to Hawaii. She, according to the legend she created the volcanos. Then her sister found her and then she killed her. Some people believe that she still comes to Kilauea and makes this volcano errupt to show that shes pleased with the gifts that people give to her when they "worship" her. Thats what some people say.

Why I chose this article because it looked interesting. When something looks interesting to me I want to read! Why I would need to know this information is because of I wanted to know about what volcano in Hawaii errupts the most. I could refer back to this story. If I wanted to tell someone what the legend says about this goddess Pele, I could refer back to this story. In conclusion, this is about the article I chose.

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Christian Dinwiddie
12/11/2012 7:20am

Dr. John Harvey Kellogg and his brother William Keith Kellogg created Granose Flakes and Corn Flakes. Not only is today's cereal much more decadent, but it is also, quite colorful. This, is what Ernie Button set out to explore and highlight with his rather unusual photography collection that he cheekily calls 'Cerealism'. The Arizona-based artist who has been working on this fun project off and on for almost ten years says that the theme of each of his realistic looking landscape images depends on the cereals he comes across.

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Aaron Lund
12/11/2012 7:34am

My article review is about Pong the video game !

It was the first video game ever made. It is very cool and fun but i dont know how people get so amused of it. But its fun.
I wish i could make a video game so i could get alot of money so i could get an awesome car and i wont have to have a job. then i will have fun.

luke
12/11/2012 7:24am

converter that would take water from tanks fitted on the car's roof and extract the gas from it to power the fuel cells. Also, the car would be controlled electronically and be able to zip through any terrain. And, though it has a almost zero chance of ever going into production, the designers actually went through the badness of creating a prototype - Of course given that it featured plastic wheels, this model of Ener-G-Force was going nowhere in a hurrytherefore eliminating the need for a large full-time highway patrol staff. The designers believed this would be a huge plus for government officials who are already struggling with reduced budgets - A situation that can only get worse as world population1.

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Sarah Kavanaugh
12/11/2012 7:25am

My artical review is an the artical 'Pixar's iconic Lamp Comes To life!' By: Meera Dolasia on December 6, 2012.Pixar introduction pioneering computer animation technique in 1986 in a short film whose main star was a perky lamp called Luxo Jr. The film did not just get nominated for an Academy Award but Luxo Jr. also became a permanent fixture in the company's logo.

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kale durr
12/11/2012 7:25am

Ready-to-eat breakfast cereals have come a long way since Denver businessman Henry Drushel Perky introduced Shredded Wheat (1893) and Dr. John Harvey Kellogg and his brother William Keith Kellogg created Granose Flakes (1804) and Corn Flakes (1895), respectively. Not only is today's cereal much more decadent, but it is also, quite colorful. This, is what Ernie Button set out to explore and highlight with his rather unusual photography collection that he cheekily calls 'Cerealism'.

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luke
12/11/2012 7:26am

converter that would take water from tanks fitted on the car's roof and extract the gas from it to power the fuel cells. Also, the car would be controlled electronically and be able to zip through any terrain. And, though it has a almost zero chance of ever going into production, the designers actually went through the badness of creating a prototype - Of course given that it featured plastic wheels, this model of Ener-G-Force was going nowhere in a hurrytherefore eliminating the need for a large full-time highway patrol staff. The designers believed this would be a huge plus for government officials who are already struggling with reduced budgets - A situation that can only get worse as world population2

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james
12/11/2012 7:27am

The first version of Pong was not for home use, but instead introduced as a coin operated machine in arcades all over the country. The game became so popular that in Christmas of 1974, Atari introduced one for the home. Again, while the company is being credited with the introducing the first home video game that has paved the way for the modern-day $65 billion USD video games industry, Pong was not the pioneer here either. That honor goes to Magnavox's Odyssey who believe it or not, released their home version when Pong was still just an arcade game. But, again, it was Pong that became an instant hit, selling 150,000 units, the first holiday season it was released.

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P~R*O*M~I~*S*~E
12/11/2012 7:29am

breakfast cereals have come a long wayDenver businessman Henry Drushel Perky introduced Shredded Wheat (1893) and Dr. John Harvey Kellogg and his brother William Keith Kellogg created Granose Flakes (1804) and Corn Flakes (1895), respectively. This, is what Ernie Button set out to explore and highlight with his rather unusual photography collection that he cheekily callsThe Arizona-based artist who has been working on this fun project off and on for almost ten years says that the theme of each of his realistic looking landscape images depends on the cereals he comes across. Many of the earthier, that is, those that contain bran or fiber, are perfect against backdrops of the Arizona desert, while the more colorful ones fit in better with other natural environments. Others, like the one that featured the Clownfish was just a day's work. Gives one a whole new perspective on cereal doesn't it?

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natalie barker
12/11/2012 7:31am

Your Morning cereal has never looked so delish
BY: Meera Dolasia
Shredded wheat was introduced in the 1893 by a man named Drushel perky. Dr. John Harvey Kellogg and his brother William Keith Kellogg created Granose flakes.
“The Arizona-based artist who has been working on this fun project off and on for almost ten years says that the theme of each of his realistic looking landscape images depends on the cereals he comes across. Many of the earthier, that is, those that contain bran or fiber, are perfect against backdrops of the Arizona desert, while the more colorful ones fit in better with other natural environments.”
This man maid many creations. A tower maid of cherios. He glues every pice of cereal that takes him along time.

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Brendaa Reyes
12/11/2012 7:31am

I'm doing my artical review on the Pixar Lamp. "In 1986, Pixar introduced its pioneering computer animation technique with a short film whose main star was a perky lamp called Luxo Jr. Not only did the film get nominated for an Academy Award, but Luxo Jr. also became a permanent fixture in the company's logo. Now three students from New Zealand's Wellington University have brought this iconic lamp to life - And, it's even more fun than the animated version" "While the inventors are the first to admit that Pinokio is by no means the most intelligent and self-sustaining entity' ever created, they do point out that its 'irrepressible and seemingly instinctive impulse of living for its own sake' does make it quite unique - We for one totally agree and only wish they would take it out of the classroom and bring it to a store nearby!"

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Samantha Peebles
12/11/2012 7:32am

Im writing about the "Pixar's Iconic Lamp". It sounds so interesting to read about. I love Disney movies i remember when i us to watch it all the time and see that little lamp right before the movie.
In 1986, Pixar introduced its pioneering computer animation technique with a short film whose main star was a lamp called Luxo Jr. The short film got nominated for an Academy Award, and Luxo Jr. also became a permanent fixture in the company's logo. Three students from New Zealand's Wellington University have brought this iconic lamp to life - And, it's even more fun than the animated version!
This Lamp has a webcam, Arduino (a microcontroller that can turn devices into interactive electronic objects) and a rotary sensor to track the user's movement, the trio have transformed an off-the shelf ordinary desk lamp into a fun toy that can sense noises, recognize faces and even, play peek-a-boo!
This Lamp is the cutest robot lamp that can keep the owner entertained for hours. However, be careful before you turn it on, for the one thing Pinokio seems to detest the most, is being put down to sleep!
While the inventors are the first to admit that Pinokio is by no means the most intelligent and self-sustaining entity' ever created, they do point out that its 'irrepressible and seemingly instinctive impulse of living for its own sake' does make it quite unique - We for one totally agree and only wish they would take it out of the classroom and bring it to a store nearby!


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christian stansberry
12/11/2012 7:37am

Will 2025 Highway Patrol Cars Be This Cool?
This summary is about cars of the future that could help the environment and the ciztens of the U.S.
A company asked some of the top automobile companies to design a new car for the future. Only five of the top companies accepted the cellenge of the companies.


The German manufacturer's design, based on its off-road G-Class model, focused on creating a green car, powered exclusively by Hydrogen. It would be fitted with a hydro-tech converter that would take water from tanks fitted on the car's roof and extract the gas from it to power the fuel cells. Also, the car would be controlled electronically and be able to zip through any terrain. And, though it has an almost zero chance of ever going into production, the designers actually went through the trouble of creating a prototype - Of course given that it featured plastic wheels, this model of Ener-G-Force was going nowhere in a hurry!
I chose this article because it was awesome to learn about the new things that are coming out. It is good to know new things about the future.

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lillian jacks
12/11/2012 7:42am

well the pixar lamp is cool and nice because if your parevts wont let you have a pet you can have the lamp instead if they put it on shelfs.

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emily livingston
12/12/2012 6:18pm

My article is about the valconoes that exploded.The kilaue valcono just erupted and the lava is spilling out in to the ocean.The explosin ever seen in the volcano years around.The lava didnt get to the water in till the 25 of November.The beach where people swam said that it could be really dangerous to swim to stay a safe distance awy from the waves that mixes the the lava.The lava can make the water really hot that it could bur you really bad.there is a legen that there was 7 and 3 girl goddesss that made the valcono eurpt the dad of the goddess was buliding fire pits and made the valcono explode.The valconoes can be very dangerous to the ocean life and the people that swim there.

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MADDIE ARCHER =)
12/15/2012 2:14pm

Lava from Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano Spills into the Ocean
There are some very active volcanoes in Hawaii, but there isn’t one that is more active or spectacular as the Kilauea. This specific volcano has been erupting very frequently since 1983. It’s most recent explosion was by far the biggest and traveled all the way in to the ocean making it about 7 miles. The article was posted by Meera Dolasia.

The lava reached the ocean on November 25th, and that’s the first time the lava has entered the ocean. There are many visitors coming to see the lava. Authorities are making sure the tourists view the lava at a safe distance, because the lava could be quite dangerous. The volcano’s amazing explosions are making it very hard to believe that it was once was not even classified as a single volcano, but as an offshoot of its neighbor. Other research revealed that it is indeed a volcano and a very active one too.

Kilauea, like many other volcanoes in Hawaii, has a legend behind it. According to the legend, Kilauea, which means spewing, is said to be home to the Hawaiian volcano goddess, Pele. According to the folklore, Pele was sent to Hawaii by her father. She supposedly created chaos and havoc and began digging fire pits and creating volcanoes in all the islands. Her sister caught up with her eventually and killed her in a battle Hana on the island Maui. After she died Pele dug her final pit at the summit of the Kilauea Volcano. The locals, who worship her, believe she still comes to the volcano to put on lava shows for her people. This is the legend that some people believe there in Hawaii.

I chose this article because I wanted to know how far the lava traveled to reach the ocean. I thought it looked really neat! I learned from this article that lots of volcanoes in Hawaii have legends that go with them. I also learned that Kilauea is the most active volcano in Hawaii. Knowing this information will help us in the future if we would want to be a person that study volcanoes.

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Austin Harris
12/15/2012 8:08pm

I choose to do my article on - Pixar's Iconic Lamp Comes To Life! By Meera Dolasia.
Can you believe the main star of a film being a lamp called Luxo Jr. This was done by Pixar in 1986. The lamp has became part of their company logo. Three students at Welling University brought the iconic lamp to life and it is more funnier than the animated version.
With imagination and a webcam, micocontroller they are able to turn interactive electronic objects into a fun toy that can recognize faces, sense noise and play peek-a-boo. Is this not too cool. Could you just see yourself playing a game with a lamp?
This is a neat robot lamp that can entertain anyone for hours. Just think how neat it would be to have your own lamp like this. Or how cool would it be if you could create something like this yourself from any object in your room. It would be so neat to go to college to work on something like this.

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Alizabeth Donaldson
12/16/2012 6:52pm

Lava from Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano Spills into the Ocean

My article is about this volcano. This volcano is in Hawaii. Some volcanoes are active but this one is the most active. It has been erupting ever since 1983. The most resent erupt was the longest one, it stretched 7 miles. It reached the ocean. The lava was very dangerous. Many people have to stay a safe distance from it when they are visiting.

In legends this volcano is home to the goddess of all the volcanoes. She was known to put her lava shows on for other people.

I chose this article because it looked interesting and I wanted to know more about volcanoes.

3rd Hour
12/10/2012 1:05pm

3rd Hour

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MYA EPP :)
12/11/2012 8:03am

Your Morning Cereal Has Never Looked So Delish

Ready-to-eat breakfast cereals have come a long way since Denver businessman Henry Drushel Perky introduced Shredded Wheat (1893) and Dr. John Harvey Kellogg and his brother William Keith Kellogg created Granose Flakes (1804) and Corn Flakes (1895), respectively. Not only is today's cereal much more decadent, but it is also, quite colorful. This, is what Ernie Button set out to explore and highlight with his rather unusual photography collection that he cheekily calls 'Cerealism'

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angel salcido
12/11/2012 8:08am

The article I read today was about volcanoes in Hawaii and something about a godess. A volcano called Kilaua erupted in October 29.

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Chris #23
12/11/2012 8:09am

I chose the article about the cereal. I didn't really like the article because it makes me hungry. Though some of the pictures were very cool like the one where they had the cereal stacked up in a pyramid.
I also don't know very many of the words tha they use. It really confuses me too because if i don't know what the word I can't under stand the article completely. Once again though the pictures were very cool.
I did start to like this towards the end because of the pictures they used. Though with out the pictures I wouldn't like the article. I though this was an ok article

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dakota cushing
12/11/2012 8:15am

Pixar's Iconic Lamp Comes To Life!
By Meera dolisa
“In 1986, Pixar introduced its pioneering computer animation technique with a short film whose main star was a perky lamp called Luxo Jr. Not only did the film get nominated for an Academy Award, but Luxo Jr. also became a permanent fixture in the company's logo.” Holly cow that was a long time ago.
“That's because that with the help of some imagination, a webcam, Arduino (a microcontroller that can turn devices into interactive electronic objects) and a rotary sensor to track the user's movement, the trio have transformed an off-the shelf ordinary desk lamp into a fun toy that can sense noises, recognize faces and even, play peek-a-boo!”
“The result, as you will see in the video below, is the cutest robot lamp that can keep the owner entertained for hours.” Weirdest little lamp ever.
“While the inventors are the first to admit that Pinokio is by no means the most intelligent and self-sustaining entity' ever created, they do point out that its 'irrepressible and seemingly instinctive impulse of living for its own sake' does make it quite unique - We for one totally agree and only wish they would take it out of the classroom and bring it to a store nearby.” He is intelligent. Very intelligent.

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JANESSA JENSEN ;) ;) ;)
12/11/2012 8:17am

Have you ever seen your cereal in a land scape? Theres an artist who makes land scapes of cereal! he makes them from the deserts of Arizona to finding nemo! How does he do it?

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Ethan23Young
12/11/2012 8:17am

The Arizona-based artist who has been working on this fun project off and on for almost ten years says that the theme of each of his realistic looking landscape images depends on the cereals he comes across. Many of the earthier, that is, those that contain bran or fiber, are perfect against backdrops of the Arizona desert, while the more colorful ones fit in better with other natural environments.
Over the years, he has created dunes from Grapenuts, bales of hay from Shredded Wheat and even used Bran sticks to depict the barren desert. His vivid imagination has stretched all the way to Egypt with 'Cheeramids' - Pyramids created from Cheerios and even under the seas using the Clownfish from Kellogg's limited edition of Finding Nemo cereal. However, one of the most outstanding one is Ernie's 'Cerealsitic' depiction of the Grand Canyon - Two rocks of French Toast cereal with a flaky blue river flowing in between - Yum!
The artist say that the time he spends creating each landscape varies - Some, like the pyramids which required him to painstakingly glue every Cheerio individually, took about a week. Others, like the one that featured the Clownfish was just a day's work. Gives one a whole new perspective on cereal doesn't it?
"I think this is the best artical ever and in some ways it is crumby"

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Kayla Mcnellis
12/11/2012 8:18am

Lava From Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Spills Into The Ocean.

Hawaii's Big Island is home to some of the world's most active volcanoes. However, none are as dynamic or spectacular as the Kilauea, which has been erupting almost nonstop since 1983. However, its recent explosion was so large that for the first time ever, the lava has made a seven-mile journey right into the ocean, making for some stunning visuals!
Though the lava began to edge toward the ocean on October 29th it was not until November 25th, that it made its first entry into the water. Not surprisingly, the amazing phenomenon is attracting thousands of visitors to the area. While not dangerous, authorities are warning tourists to watch the spectacle from a safe distance. That's because while lava entering the water may look quite benign, it could be dangerous - not just because of the gas emitted, but also, because the crashing waves intersecting with the hot lava could spew out scalding water and even, tiny particles of volcanic glass.
Given the amazing spews Kilauea has had for decades, it is almost impossible to believe that it was once not even classified as a stand-alone volcano, but instead, thought to be an offshoot of its bigger neighbor. Fortunately, further research revealed that it is indeed a full-fledged volcano - one with its own magma-plumbing system that extends more than 60km below the earth's surface. Similar to all of Hawaii's volcanoes, this one too has an interesting legend. According to ancient Hawaiian folklore Kilauea, which means spewing or much spreading in the local language, is the home of Pele, the Hawaiian volcano goddess. Believed to be born in Tahiti, she was one of six girls and seven boys born to the earth goddess.
According to the legend, Pele was exiled by her father, the creator of the Universe, and shipped off to Hawaii. Once here, she created havoc in all the islands, digging fire pits and creating volcanoes. Her sister finally caught up with her and killed her in an epic battle near Hana, on the Hawaiian Island of Maui. After her death, Pele dug her final and eternal pit on the Big Island of Hawaii, at the summit of the Kilauea Volcano. The locals who worship her as a goddess, believe that she still resides here and often come with offerings to appease her. Pele, in turn shows her appreciation by putting on some spectacular lava shows, making it a win-win situation for both!

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Jessica Keeling
12/11/2012 8:19am

Lava From Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Spills Into The Ocean!!!!
Hawaii's Big Island is home to some of the world's most active volcanoes. However, none are as dynamic or spectacular as the Kilauea, which has been erupting almost nonstop since 1983. However, its recent explosion was so large that for the first time ever, the lava has made a seven-mile journey right into the ocean, making for some stunning visuals! Though the lava began to edge toward the ocean on October 29th it was not until November 25th, that it made its first entry into the water. Not surprisingly, the amazing phenomenon is attracting thousands of visitors to the area.
While not dangerous, authorities are warning tourists to watch the spectacle from a safe distance. That's because while lava entering the water may look quite benign, it could be dangerous - not just because of the gas emitted, but also, because the crashing waves intersecting with the hot lava could spew out scalding water and even, tiny particles of volcanic glass. Given the amazing spews Kilauea has had for decades, it is almost impossible to believe that it was once not even classified as a stand-alone volcano, but instead, thought to be an offshoot of its bigger neighbor. Fortunately, further research revealed that it is indeed a full-fledged volcano - one with its own magma-plumbing system that extends more than 60km below the earth's surface.
Similar to all of Hawaii's volcanoes, this one too has an interesting legend. According to ancient Hawaiian folklore Kilauea, which means spewing or much spreading in the local language, is the home of Pele, the Hawaiian volcano goddess. Believed to be born in.

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cody #32 hunter #3
12/11/2012 8:22am

Im reading will 2025 Patrol Cars Be this cool. Its by Meera Dolasia. Its about the cooler new cars.
The main idea is about a car that uses less gas and runs better. It is also about a car company that had the idea to make the car.
I chose this article because it looked cool and fun to read. It let me realize that some inventions can be done.

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Selmer Estenson
12/11/2012 8:25am

In 2025 the highway patrol cars will have more feul efficient, AWESOMER cars there is one that has a patroling, persuing and speeding car. The persuing car flies oh did i mention that it changed forms according to the situation? It is the awesomest real car that ive ever seen!

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Cole Howerton
12/11/2012 8:25am


Pong - The Video Game That Started It All, Turns 40!
By: Meera Dolasia

This article is about the frst video game ever created, Pong. This year is its 40th anniversary. This game inspired all video game makers, for this is the origin of all gaming.

If it were not for this game, gaming might not have ever made a success. The game itself was based off of a real sport, tennis. In the game, you get a virtual paddle, and you try to hit a virtual square ball when it comes near your paddle.

I like this game, because, back then, this game took a lot of technological training to create. Plus, I could not have ever have seen a video game in my life if it were not for this.

I picked this article because I am a big fan of video games. And this is the origin of all of them.

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Cole Howerton
12/11/2012 8:26am


Pong - The Video Game That Started It All, Turns 40!
By: Meera Dolasia

This article is about the frst video game ever created, Pong. This year is its 40th anniversary. This game inspired all video game makers, for this is the origin of all gaming.

If it were not for this game, gaming might not have ever made a success. The game itself was based off of a real sport, tennis. In the game, you get a virtual paddle, and you try to hit a virtual square ball when it comes near your paddle.

I like this game, because, back then, this game took a lot of technological training to create. Plus, I could not have ever have seen a video game in my life if it were not for this.

I picked this article because I am a big fan of video games. And this is the origin of all of them.

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Lexi Prock and Carolyn Alexander
12/11/2012 8:29am

My article is about Your Morning Cereal Has Never Looked So Delish!! Lucky charms are made into grass! Cheerios is made into pyramids! Shredded wheat is made into hay bales! And cinnamon toast crunch are made into bread!!

Dr.John Harvey Kellogg and his brother William Keith Kellogg created Granose Flakes and Corn Flakes. A guy in Arizona works on is project off and on and its passed on the cereals. He even used blowfish from the Finding Nemo cereal.

When he glued every cherrio together it took him about a week. I would like to make stuff out of cereal!! I wonder how long it would take to make Justin Biebers face out of cereal??

Riley Cathey and Olivia Triplett
12/11/2012 8:30am

Our article is about the volacano in Hawai spewing into the ocean by Meera Dolasia. In this article, the volcano Kilauea has had lava moving towards the ocean a good seven miles since October 29th. Since then it has been being monitored. Finally on November 25th it made it.
This has been attracting lots of tourists to the area. They are advised to stay away because of the gases. Another reason is possible aeirial volcanic glass and scalding water coming into contact with the gooey lava. Also there is possible waves that could splash up and burn you.
According to the legend in Hawai Kalauea was home to the Hawai volcanoe goddess Pele. In the legend Pele was belived to be exiled by her father the creator of the universe. So he sent her to Hawai and there she created fire pits and volcanoes and reaked havoc on the islands. Then her sister caught up with her and destroyed her.
We picked this article because it looked cool. We thought it was very interesting. This added to our knowledge of Hawai. We will have a better understanding of the legends in Hawai now.

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Olivia Dill
12/13/2012 1:04pm

Your Morning Cereal Has Never So Looked Delish!
By:Meera Dolasia
Breakfast cereals have been here since Henry Drushel from Denver made Shredded Wheats in 1893. Dr. John Harvey Kellogg and his brother William Keith Kellogg made Granose Flakes in 1804. Then later Corn Flakes in 1895. Our cereal is more colorful then it used to be. Ernie Button is setting out to take unuasual photographs that he calls “Cerealism”.
This artist has been workingThe artist say that the time he spends creating each landscape varies - Some, like the pyramids which required him to painstakingly glue every Cheerio individually, took about a week. Others, like the one that featured the Clownfish was just a day's work.g on this project for about ten years. He makes realistic looking landscapes depending on the cereals he encounters. Earth landscapes usually have bran, that are good against Arizona desert backdrops. Colorful cereals work better with other natural environments.
The artist has made things like Clownfish and pyramids made out of cheerios. He glued every cheerio together on the pyramid. This was a pretty cool article and I was amazed at how the artist could do so many things with cereal. His art is pretty cool and interesting.

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Riley E
12/16/2012 7:14pm

This article was written by Meera Dolasia. This article is about how someone made cereal look like different landscapes. I've seen many people play with their food but never in this way.
Ernie Button bases his sculptures off of different cereals he comes across. The cereals that have bran or fiber in them are best against the Arizona desert. But the cereals with more color are better looking with other natural backdrops.
Some cereals sculptures take days. Imagine if you had to glue at least 100 cheerios together to create pyramids.Others can be done in a days work. " Gives one a whole new perspective on cereal doesn't it?".
I chose this article because I eat cereal about every other day. When I eat my cereal I never really think about it. So from now on I'm going to think about this article every time I Take a bite of cereal. That's really the only reason I picked this article!

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6th Hour
12/10/2012 1:05pm

6th Hour

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Jacob Perryman
12/11/2012 11:21am

November 29th, was a landmark day for anybody that has ever touched a gaming console - That's because it was on this day, 40 years ago that Pong, the first successful commercial video game was introduced to the world.

What's even more surprising is that Allan Alcorn, the engineer who created it, had no previous gaming experience. In fact, Pong was meant to be a training exercise assigned to him by gaming company Atari's founders Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney. What is even more ironic is that the first commercial arcade video game 'Computer Space', which was the brainchild of Bushnell and Dabney, did not really catch the fancy of the general public
November 29th, was a landmark day for anybody that has ever touched a gaming console - That's because it was on this day, 40 years ago that Pong, the first successful commercial video game was introduced to the world.

What's even more surprising is that Allan Alcorn, the engineer who created it, had no previous gaming experience. In fact, Pong was meant to be a training exercise assigned to him by gaming company Atari's founders Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney. What is even more ironic is that the first commercial arcade video game 'Computer Space', which was the brainchild of Bushnell and Dabney, did not really catch the fancy of the general public.

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Matthew Berry =)
12/11/2012 11:24am

My article review is about PONG the video game that turned 40 today. Pong is the video game version of table tennis in pong there is two paddles that move up and down in order to bat a square ball across the screen

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lance
12/11/2012 11:25am

For the past nine years, besides allowing car manufacturers to showcase their latest models, the Los Angeles Auto Show has also challenged auto designers to create their vision of futuristic cars. Past themes have included designs for technology savvy youngsters and the ulitmate racing car. This year, the artists were asked to use their imaginations to envision a highway patrol vehicle that would be able to meet a specific region's transportation and general environment needs in the year 2025.

Not only should the car be capable of 'protecting and serving' the population of the future, but also, take into account the concerns surrounding pollution, population explosion and any changes in infrastructure. Five automotive companies from all over the world, stepped up to the challenge and here, are their visions for the patrol officers of the future.

The German manufacturer's design, based on its off-road G-Class model, focused on creating a green car, powered exclusively by Hydrogen. What was even cooler was the idea that instead of having to stop to 're-fuel' it would be fitted with a hydro-tech converter that would take water from tanks fitted on the car's roof and extract the gas from it to power the fuel cells. Also, the car would be controlled electronically and be able to zip through any terrain. And, though it has an almost zero chance of ever going into production, the designers actually went through the trouble of creating a prototype - Of course given that it featured plastic wheels, this model of Ener-G-Force was going nowhere in a hurry!

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katie clarke
12/11/2012 11:44am

Pixar's Iconic Lamp Comes To Life!
Three students from New Zealand’s Wellington University had brought this iconic lamp to life.
They say it’s even more fun the animated version.
It was created by Adam Ben-Dror , Joss Doggett, and Shanshan Zhou as a project for their physical computing class.

The Pinokio lamp may look like a conventional lighting device but that is where the resemblance.
(That's because that with the help of some imagination, a webcam, Arduino (a microcontroller that can turn devices into interactive electronic objects)
IT mad I desk lamp turn into a fun toy.

While the inventors are the first to admit that Pinokio Is by no means the most intelligent and self-substaining entity.
It is quite unique lamp.
It can do all kinds of stuff.

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Samantha Gieniec
12/11/2012 11:54am

My article review on pong the video game that turned 40 today.
Pong is the video game tennis in pong there is two paddles that moves up and down.it was pong their home version when pong was still just an arcade game

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riley ward
12/11/2012 11:33am

the new cop car is cool but the car of the fuchuth is alot is alot beter.

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Emmi Bailey
12/11/2012 11:45am

I am doing my article review on the Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano spills into the ocean. Hawaii has some of the most active volcanos in the world. But the one in Kilauea has never been this big. It has been erupting since 1983.

" Though the lava began to edge toward the ocean on October 29th it was not until November 25th, that it made its first entry into the water. Not surprisingly, the amazing phenomenon is attracting thousands of visitors to the area. While not dangerous, authorities are warning tourists to watch the spectacle from a safe distance. That's because while lava entering the water may look quite benign, it could be dangerous - not just because of the gas emitted, but also, because the crashing waves intersecting with the hot lava could spew out scalding water and even, tiny particles of volcanic "

It is impossible to know that this volcano was once not even classified. But now it is known as an offshoot of it is bigger nebighorhood. The mamga-plumbing system has extended more than 60km below the earth's surface. Well this was a very interesting article. Thanks for reading my article review. Bye!!!!

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JOEY
12/11/2012 11:48am

WILL 2025 HIGHWAY PATROL CAR BE COOL

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odels, the Los Angeles Auto Show has also challenged auto designers to create their vision of futuristic cars For the past nine years, besides allowing car manufacturers to showcase their latest models, the Los Angeles Auto Show has also challenged auto designers to create their vision of futuristic cars. Past themes have included designs for technology savvy youngsters and the ulitmate racing car. This year, the artists were asked to use their imaginations to envision a highway patrol vehicle that would be able to meet a specific region's transportation and general environment needs in the year 2025

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12/12/2012 10:01am

Despite decades of research and exploration, the and the are still a constant source of surprise for scientists. Earlier this year, they discovered a under the ice in the Arctic and now, a community of ancient bacteria estimated to be about 2,800 years old.
The amazing discovery, nearly 65 feet beneath the frozen surface of Antarctica's largest lake - Vida, is the result of a seven-year between scientists from NASA, Reno's Desert Research Institute (DRI), Chicago's University of Illinois and nine other Institutions.
The find is a huge surprise for many reasons. Not only is the temperature a chilling -10°C, but also, the water is extremely salty - about six to seven times more than normal seawater.
Also, there is no oxygen. Instead scientists found what they believe is the largest of nitrous oxide in a natural water environment. Also known as 'laughing gas', because of the effect it has on humans if inhaled in excess, it is a colorless, gas. Used by surgeons and dentists because of it is a good and , it is not harmful to humans, but it does react with the Earth 2 layer and is considered to be a major .
Since the scientists already know from previous exploration of the area that the microbes have had no help from the outside world for at least 3,000 years, they were able to conclude that they had somehow managed to adapt and thrive in what we had always believed was an environment to life.
The researchers think that this ancient colony of bacteria has learnt to survive by chemical energy from the nitrate nitrite and nitrous oxide, all resulting from a chemical reaction between the water and the iron-rich rocks that lie beneath.
to Alison Murray the molecular ecologist and polar researcher at, and the lead writer of the study that was published on November 26th, this discovery not only gives us into how life may have formed on Earth, but also, restores hope that alien life may exist in other similar hostile environments like the on Mars.

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anthonyhetherington
12/17/2012 11:15am

I think that this is area ly cool thing I am do ing the one on pong vidio game that is 40 years old to day. It was and still is in every arcde in in the country . I realy want to play this game my self and so will you if you love video games peace out baby.

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