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Analyzing the Obvious

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My initial obvious observation was aluminium is hard. I came about that question since were talking about man-computer interactions and my computer is made of aluminium. I initially entered the question into a google search and found a wikipedia page on aluminium. Wikipedia is actually very similar to some of the ideas that Vannevar Bush talked […]
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“Analyzing the Obvious”

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When I read how to find “obvious” topics for my hypothesis and I literally didn’t know what to search. I went on Google and typed in “obvious facts” and I didn’t find one that I thought was silly enough so I randomly typed ” why is the moon white?” in my search bar. My search […]
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Analyzing the Obvious

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If you don’t mow your lawn, your grass will grow taller.This was a very interesting research assignment. I found that I worked similarly to how I did during the associative trails assignment, which I think demonstrates how much I use my computer as a guide and a resource and how I am developing a predictable […]
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Analyzing the obvious

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We need to breathe oxygen to live. It seems like an obvious enough statement.  Starting with my “hypothesis” I first did some searching on the Internet through Google on things like “Why do we need to need to breathe oxygen to live“.  As it turns out, it’s not the breathing that’s so important as it […]
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Analyzing the Obvious

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I know this is late, but I couldn’t think of anything to analyze that was obvious. But, finally thought of something. Candy is sweet. I used to eat candy so much until I had to get braces in 10th grade, then couldn’t eat as much candy anymore. Anyways, it seems simple and when you think… […]
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Concept Experience Two

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Mirrors reflect. When I began this post, I had no idea where to start. To attempt and get somewhere with it, I used the resource of my computer to simply look up the words, “mirrors” and “reflection”.  From there, I had instant access to information about mirrors and the scientific explanation behind reflections. My questions went quickly […]
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Analyzing the obvious

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Rocks are hard. So going with the red eyes being from lack of sleep, this is how I felt after looking into this topic. I mean you think this is a pretty basic statement, and I found a blog of the same title built on that same premise. Rocks  are hard, water is wet, life […]
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Analyzing the Obvious

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“The Earth is a sphere.” After spending much time analyzing this particular factoid that we have all learned since grade school, I discovered that indeed the Earth is not just a sphere. The Earth is a constant spherical/ellipse figure that is in constant motion. The Earth was not just “born” this way either. The outside… […]
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Analyzing the Obvious

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“Fire is hot” I did a lot of Googling, mostly about “why fire is hot”. The majority of the pages gave me the same answers, usually about chemical reactions. Fire, which is actually a reaction called combustion, occurs when oxygen and fuel meet and the fuel is heated to its ignition temperature. I also read […]
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Analyzing the Obvious: Red is a Color

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Red is a color. Hooray for lexile level one sentences! But in all seriousness I went on a journey to discover a deeper meaning to “Red is a color.” There will be no scene shots of my history this time as the internet is helping me in my journey think rather than recording my process. […]
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Recent Thought Vectors Tagged "nugget"

Inquiry Nugget Series: Ep 3, Spatial Self

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via: Section 76!

“Much like many other online identity practices on social networks, the spatial self is based […] Read More

Inquiry Nugget Series: Ep 3, Spatial Self

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“Much like many other online identity practices on social networks, the spatial self is based […] Read More

Inquiry Nugget Series: Ep 2, Intimacy

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via: Section 76!

I don’t want to end the semester with my series unfinished so I will do […] Read More

Nuggeting Sources

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via: Univ 200

“As a prisoner, I could not access the Web directly. Staff members oversaw policies that […] Read More

Connecting Nuggets

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Fisheries and sustainable resources of the ocean are important. Roughly 25% of the protein used […] Read More

Nuggeting sources

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This source– I actually found when doing research for a course I am taking about […] Read More