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Polymer Journal #3

There are 2 pages! OPENING UP A restaurant by Kelly Wong

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Polymer Journal #2

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Polymer Project Journal #1

  Work Citations: Bradford, Alina. “What Is a Polymer?” LiveScience, Purch, 13 Oct. 2017, www.livescience.com/60682-polymers.html. “Unsafe Slime? How Bad Is Borax, Really?” The Chronicle Flask, 28 Dec. 2018, chronicleflask.com/2017/08/07/slime-safety/. Francois, Carol, and Bronwyn Harris. “How Is Nylon Made?” WiseGEEK, Conjecture … Continue reading

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Underneath the Outer Shell

Ray Bradbury once famously said, “There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not reading them”. Fahrenheit 451 is a dystopian novel that helps paint a picture of what the world would be like without books. Books … Continue reading

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Cracked Underneath

The Lacemaker and the Princess, by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley, is a historical fiction novel about the events that unfolded during the French Revolution. In the book, there are two main characters: Isabelle and Thérèse. Isabelle is a poor lacemaker in … Continue reading

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The Collapsed Chaotic Bloodbath

People called him Quentin Dechambeau. He was born twice. First as a 14-year-old strongminded, unwavering, fighter. Fighting for the justice, equality, and freedom of the Third Estates. Then again as a 20-year-old witness of deaths, drowning in fear and guilt. … Continue reading

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The Bloody Walk to Liberty

“Little by little, the old world crumbled, and not once did the king imagine that some of the pieces might fall on him.” ― Jennifer Donnelly.  Images of the French Revolution may flash in your head at first thought, but death … Continue reading

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Crabbo Patto Robot

Our biggest obstacle was making the pinchers move. It was hard to attach the wire in such a way that it pulled the pincher correctly. When the wire was attached incorrectly, it pulled the arm of the crab so that … Continue reading

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Where in Our Solar System Should NASA Focus Future Missions?

NASA should focus its future missions on exploring Saturn’s moon, Enceladus. Enceladus, one of Saturn’s moons, has almost all the ingredients needed to support life as we know it on Earth. Scientists also have a developing idea of the what … Continue reading

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Octagonal Shelving Unit

This year for One Day, I made a shelving unit to fill the empty space in my room. This project let me experience using many new tools such as a compound miter saw (chop saw). Some challenges I faced during … Continue reading

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