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Question: Are you ready for Im a Scientist Get me out of Here! ?
Asked by to Dalya, Derek, Sarah, Tim, Tom on 11 Jun 2011. This question was also asked by .
answered on 6 Jun 2011:
answered on 6 Jun 2011:
Yes, I am.
answered on 7 Jun 2011:
Yes! Speak to you soon scis!
answered on 9 Jun 2011:
Still working on the typing speed and spelling…
answered on 11 Jun 2011:
No, obviously not. I haven’t even come up with a project yet. Are YOU ready?
sunnyswagdon21 commented on 7 Jun 2011:
do you think science helps children to learn and know about everything that goes on around the world, things we can see and cannot see?
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Sarah commented on 10 Jun 2011:
I think science does help us learn. I find it easier to understand how something works if I can see it in real life – like if you do an experiment about it, or set up a demonstration or a model of it.
Tim commented on 11 Jun 2011:
Hopefully studying science will help you make informed choices over important things like climate change, alternative medicine, the use of animals in science, genetically modified crops and the ethics of what scientist would like to do, because sometimes, just because we can do things, doesn’t mean we should. Afterall, we all pay our taxes for government funded science, so it would be good if we all agree that its a good use of the money, and by learning about science, you can decide what is right to fund and where scientists should be more cautious.
Derek commented on 11 Jun 2011:
Yes, science definitely helps. We live in a scientific age and much of what we use in everyday life (lasers, satnav, mobile phones, computers, engines, …) all are the result of scientific and technological development. Understanding science and what it can explain is a good way to get ahead in life.
From another point of view… science is a good way of learning new things. Children sort of do it naturally… they try things and learn what works and what doesn’t and then try to understand why. That’s experimenting! Scientists develop this skill making it more precise but ultimately just trying, learning and understanding.
Science also makes you think. In the same way that our bodies can be lazy and therefore unhealthy, the same goes for our minds. It is important to learn how to think and to get good at it. That way, we keep our thinking fit too!
jjfarooq commented on 7 Jun 2011:
who invented the perodic table
A russian chemist named Dmitri Mendeleev published the periodic table in 1869. He arranged the elements in order of atomic weight. I think other scis made kinds of periodic tables before him but his was the first to be accepted.
munaiba commented on 7 Jun 2011:
im just thinkin who to vote
i think i know now who to vote
nasteha commented on 7 Jun 2011:
I hope you all are happy even if you are not lucky enough to win
but if you do win then congrats
i like you all in a different way because you all are into science but all different types and not just one that is what i like about all of you……… i hope you have fun
munaiba commented on 8 Jun 2011:
sarah thomas love what you wrote its reall good
aiishii commented on 9 Jun 2011:
Do U Go B.I.G.S
Moderator - Rosie commented on 9 Jun 2011:
Hi jjfarooq and sunnyswagdon21, these are some really great questions. Why not ask the scientists them through the ASK icon and they will start answering you next week? Have fun!
jjfarooq commented on 9 Jun 2011:
all my questions dont get answered what can i do
The scientists will answer your questions at the start of next week, so hold out until then!
Tom commented on 9 Jun 2011:
See you all next week!
Derek commented on 9 Jun 2011:
See, I told you that Chromium Zone was the best group… the students have started already!
Yeah Im Ready !!
aiishii commented on 11 Jun 2011:
Good Luck !!
I am lukiiN forward To the scientists answering my questions & queries about science.
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