Monarch butterfly that is. On a nice breezy Saturday morning in late September 2010, I was attending the annual Fall Fishing Derby sponsored by Urban American Outdoors.
It takes two the cheat, but actually cheating involves at least three individuals. First are the two betrothed lovers and next there is the one who indulges the betrayer.
What happens after you discard something into the trash can? Does it disappear? Does it simply go away? What happens to it? Well, those questions are the types of real inquiry, practical science that inner-city teachers like Mrs...
Lady Ada Lovelace was a contemporary and colleague of Charles Babbage, he innovator of the programmable computer, which was referred to as the Analytical Engine in 1842.
My Hip Hop Sexual Selection class has no official text, but research papers by David Buss, Psychology Professor at Univerity of Texas, are quickly making up the majority of the papers we read and discuss in class...
I blog for science! This you know. But now through October 22, 2011, I'm throwing my gauntlet down in the biggest philanthropic online Battle Royale in support of public education: The Science Bloggers for Students DonorChoose.org Challenge. I'm representing the Scientific American Team...
Okay, I’ve been catching some flack about my No Wedding No Womb (NWNW) criticism. I expected that. However, I am surprised about how personal people have gotten.
Hi Christelyn,Congrats on launching the second year of the No Wedding No Womb Campaign. Launching online campaigns are not easy. I know. I also know how it is to birth an idea and get it going and be excited about it and see other people get excited about it, too...
Last year Christelyn D. Karazin, Blogger and Social Activist founded and organized an online campaign to get 100+ (Black) Blogs to speak out on the 72 percent out-of-wedlock birthrate in the African American community in the United States...
This month's issue of Scientific American Magazine is a special edition about Cities: Better, Greener, Smarter . Having been born and raised in a city - Memphis, Tennessee, and presently living in another city - St...
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