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Jose Juan Gutierrez (unvrso)

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  • What Are Phytoplankton?
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    What Are Phytoplankton?

    2 months ago

    Phytoplankton are the microscopic plants that live on the surface of every body of water and provide food for most creatures living in their habitats

  • The Mesosphere
    4

    The Mesosphere

    4 months ago

    The mesosphere is one of the layers of the atmosphere that´s situated at about 50-85 km (32-53 miles). This layer of the atmosphere contains one of the coldest regions in the atmosphere;therefore is the colder region in the atmosphere and the coldest place on earth

  • The Ionosphere
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    The Ionosphere

    4 months ago

    The ionosphere is a layer of the earth that is electrified; this permits the refraction and reflection of radio waves throughout the planet

  • Annual Migration of the Monarch Butterfly
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    Annual Migration of the Monarch Butterfly

    7 months ago

    The Monarch Butterfly is one of the most extraordinary insects for its beautiful colors and migration patterms. The northern butterfly is known to fly for more than three thousand miles every year

  • The Troposphere
    1

    The Troposphere

    4 months ago

    The troposphere is the layer that lies above the surface of the earth and it contains most of the gases that compose the earth´s atmosphere. It´s also where photosynthesis and respiration occurs

  • How to Identify the Constellation Gemini in the Sky
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    How to Identify the Constellation Gemini in the Sky

    9 months ago

    Gemini is one of the twelve constellations of the Zodiac and is identified by its two brightest stars-Castor and Pollux, known as the twins. This constellation is best viewed, in the northern hemisphe

  • Geminids-Meteor Shower 2017
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    Geminids-Meteor Shower 2017

    9 months ago

    The Geminids is an annual meteor shower and it's known as one of the most intense showers. There are usually anywhere from 80 to 120 meteors every hour in the sky and the peak occurs on December 13-14

  • The Taurids Meteor Shower of Mid-November
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    The Taurids Meteor Shower of Mid-November

    9 months ago

    The remains of comet Encke give rise to some unusually bright meteors best seen on moonless nights between October and December.

  • Main Types of Volcanoes
    2

    Main Types of Volcanoes

    8 months ago

    Volcanoes occur due that the lava inside the magma chamber finds its way out through a crack in the earth´s crust. They are categorized based on lava fluidity and their explosive eruption

  • What are Extremophiles
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    What are Extremophiles

    7 months ago

    Extremophiles are living organisms that can live in extreme environments that other organisms are not capable of withstand. There are usually found in settings that have extreme temperatures

  • Multipurpose Car Umbrella
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    Multipurpose Car Umbrella

    17 months ago

    For those who like outdoor activities one multifunctional umbrella is all that´s needed to keep small quantities of sunshine under the thermostat

  • Teaching WH Questions to ESL Students
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    Teaching WH Questions to ESL Students

    18 months ago

    Simple way to teach WH questions to ESL students.

  • Migration of the Gray Whale
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    Migration of the Gray Whale

    7 months ago

    The gray whale migration occurs every year along the west coast of Canada and the United States. This migration is considered the longest migration of any marine mammal and covers nearly 12000 miles.

  • The Big Dipper (Reference to Locate Stars in the Night Sky)
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    The Big Dipper (Reference to Locate Stars in the Night Sky)

    2 years ago

    The Big Dipper is one of the most recognizable asterisms in the sky. Using this asterism as a guide, one can locate nearby stars, galaxies, constellations and even be useful when in the outdoors

  • How to Maintain your Energy Levels
    4

    How to Maintain your Energy Levels

    16 months ago

    The body possesses a natural system of stimulation that provide feelings of pleasure. Neurotransmitters of pleasure flow naturally in the system

  • Communities Based on Chemosynthesis in Hydrothermal Vents
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    Communities Based on Chemosynthesis in Hydrothermal Vents

    8 months ago

    Most organisms living on earth depend on the sun to obtain their energy, but other organisms live very deep i n the ocean and are unable to use sunlight for energy; they use chemicals to survive there

  • Trophic Levels and the Food Chain
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    Trophic Levels and the Food Chain

    8 months ago

    All life on earth is interconnected. Small organisms, such as algae and phytoplancton are eaten by bigger animals. Algae and phytoplancton are said to be primary producers, which in turn are eaten.

  • How to Draw Toy Story's Sheriff Woody Pride
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    How to Draw Toy Story's Sheriff Woody Pride

    7 months ago

    Sheriff Woody Pride is one of the main characters in the movie, ¨Toy Story.¨ The occurrences of this character confer lots of action to the movie.

  • How to Make a Simple Compass
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    How to Make a Simple Compass

    8 months ago

    A compass is a device used for navigation. A compass will always point to the magnetic north pole. It can be used for navigation.

  • Instructions for Playing the Telephone Game
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    Instructions for Playing the Telephone Game

    2 years ago

    The telephone game is a very amusing game played by several people in a row. The game consists in passing a message that is whispered to the next player in line.

  • How to Draw a Praying Mantis
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    How to Draw a Praying Mantis

    7 months ago

    Praying mantises are predatory animals that feed on all kinds of insects. They´re beneficial to farms as they feed on insects that could become plagues.

  • How to Draw a Compass Rose in MS Paint
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    How to Draw a Compass Rose in MS Paint

    7 months ago

    A compass rose is a device used in navigation. It pinpoints the four cardinal points: north, south, east, and west. Learn how to draw one in MS Paint!

  • Kitchen Cleaning Tip: Wrap Refrigerator Shelves in Plastic Wrap
    5

    Kitchen Cleaning Tip: Wrap Refrigerator Shelves in Plastic Wrap

    5 years ago

    Wrapping refrigerator´s shelves with plastic wrap is an easy way to maintain cleanness and prevent contamination. Plastic wraps can be changed each time a serious spill occurs.

  • How to Draw a Ship
    4

    How to Draw a Ship

    7 months ago

    Drawing a ship is an interesting and fun task. Drawing a ship may help you get acquainted with the different parts composing a ship.

  • How to Make an Anemometer
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    How to Make an Anemometer

    7 months ago

    An anemometer is an instrument for measuring the wind's speed. An anemometer may consist of three of more cups, although the three cup anemometer will give a more accurate measurement of the wind's speed.

  • How to Draw a Gorilla
    2

    How to Draw a Gorilla

    8 months ago

    Gorillas are some of the most amazing animals in the world. Drawing a gorilla it's an easy process that requires little drawing skills and MS paint program.

  • How to Create Your Own Umbrella Tent
    5

    How to Create Your Own Umbrella Tent

    8 months ago

    An umbrella tent can be handy in a number of ways. To create your own umbrella tent, you'll only need three or four items and a few minutes of your time.

  • What Are Chemosynthetic Bacteria?
    6

    What Are Chemosynthetic Bacteria?

    8 months ago

    Chemosynthetic bacteria are organisms whose primary source of energy comes from the chemical reactions of inorganic molecules.

  • How to Draw Two People Kissing  Step by Step
    5

    How to Draw Two People Kissing Step by Step

    8 months ago

    Drawing people kissing is easy if you make use of your drawing skills and an editing graphic program such as MS Paint.

  • How to Draw a Crown
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    How to Draw a Crown

    5 years ago

    Crowns are very attractive ornaments for the head that were used in the medieval ages. A crown was used to set its wearer apart from others, as the person carrying it on his head was considered in a higher order among people. A crown, in modern days, is sometimes used in festivals and parties...

  • How to Draw Decorative Valentine Hearts with MS Paint?
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    How to Draw Decorative Valentine Hearts with MS Paint?

    7 months ago

    On this Valentine holiday there are many things that may come to mind when trying to please your loved one. Why not give away decorative Valentine Hearts which can be easily created in MS Paint?

  • How to Teach the Verb ¨To Be¨ to ESL Beginner Students
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    How to Teach the Verb ¨To Be¨ to ESL Beginner Students

    3 years ago

    The verb to be is one of the most extensively used verbs in the English language and is one of the first verbs ESL students should learn. The verb to be allows students of English to create simple sentences to communicate.

  • Drawing an Anime Girl's Head
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    Drawing an Anime Girl's Head

    8 months ago

    MS paint is a very simple graphic design program that can be used to draw some exceptional drawings; for example, the head of an anime girl.

  • Drawing a Cow with MS Paint
    4

    Drawing a Cow with MS Paint

    8 months ago

    Drawing a cow in MS paint is a very simple process. Although MS paint is a very simple graphic application. it contains the necessary tools for creating exceptional drawing projects.

  • How to Draw a Humpback Whale
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    How to Draw a Humpback Whale

    17 months ago

    Drawing is not a dificult task to do. It all depends on what you intend to draw and the means you use to draw it, Macromedia Flash is an application that has the tools that can permit draw anything. In Macromedia Flash you can draw figures and shapes, ranging from a simple circle or rectangle to...

  • Converting Video Formats With Any Video Converter Ultimate
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    Converting Video Formats With Any Video Converter Ultimate

    5 years ago

    Any Video Converter Ultimate is a program that allows you to convert a video movie into almost any other format. This program can convert videos to formats that can be used in a great number of computer products, including Apple, Microsoft, Sony, Android and more.

  • How to Make a Song on FL Studio
    2

    How to Make a Song on FL Studio

    16 months ago

    FL Studio is a music program that allows you to create music like a professional. The great variety of music arrangements that can be created with FL Studio are endless

  • How to Increase the Magnification of a Telescope
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    How to Increase the Magnification of a Telescope

    7 months ago

    The magnification of a telescope can be improved by using extra optical devices. A Barlow lens and other hand-made devices will allow you to amplify the image seen through the telescope lens

  • How to Conjugate French Verbs to Passé Composé
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    How to Conjugate French Verbs to Passé Composé

    3 years ago

    The passé composé is conjugated with the verbs avoir (to have) and être (to be) in French. Most verbs in French are conjugated with the verb avoir and only a number of verbs are conjugated with the verb être. The tense passé composé is used to describe actions in the past in the same...

  • What is a Reflector Telescope?
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    What is a Reflector Telescope?

    5 years ago

    A reflector telescope is an optical design for star observation. This type of telescope was invented in the 17th century, and since then, it has been improved. In the present reflector telescopes are widely used by professional astronomers and research astronomy.

  • Ancient Maya Architecture
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    Ancient Maya Architecture

    6 years ago

    The Mayas created magnificent cities and temple-pyramids, and did not use any machinery or animal force to build them, but only their hands and the materials, which were abundant in their region. They´re known for their achievements, in astronomy, mathematics, art and architecture.

  • Tips on Planning a Motorcycle Road Trip
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    Tips on Planning a Motorcycle Road Trip

    15 months ago

    Riding a motorcycle is an awesome experience. On a motorcycle, you can travel to many places, it´s very cheap to ride a motorcycle. Stopping after a long ride on a motorcycle allows you to stretch and relax, as well as to observe the scenery around. A motorcycle can be maintained in good...

  • Ancient Mayan Astronomy
    2

    Ancient Mayan Astronomy

    6 years ago

    The Mayas, who flourished during the classic period in the regions of the Yucatan Peninsula and Central America, had many achievements in art, sculpture, architecture and astronomy. The Mayas built most of their pyramids and temples in close alignment with the rising and setting of the Sun. The...

  • The Maya Civilization
    2

    The Maya Civilization

    8 months ago

    The Maya civilization began at around 2000 BC, and is thought to have reached its highest level of development during the Classic period from 250-900 AD. The Mayas developed a writing epigraphy and a calendar system superior to those developed by other civilizations. In the present, the Maya ruins...

  • National Museum of History, Mexico City
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    National Museum of History, Mexico City

    8 months ago

    The National Museum of History houses a vast collection of pre-Columbian old manuscripts and objects that illustrate almost 400 years of Mexican History. The museum exhibits more than 150,000 items, including documents, jewelry, armament, paintings, numismatics and flags, among other items. The...

  • Causes of the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico
    4

    Causes of the Texas Declaration of Independence from Mexico

    6 years ago

    At the beginning of the 1820s, many Americans and other non-Mexican immigrants began to settle in the Mexican state of Texas; however, many of them were in disagreement at the way in which the Mexican government was handling its political affairs. This led to the Texas revolution and eventually to...

  • The Spanish Conquest of Mexico
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    The Spanish Conquest of Mexico

    8 months ago

    The conquest of Mexico by the Spanish was an event that transformed the cultural, social, and religious aspects of an entire civilization.

  • Maximillian I, Emperor of Mexico
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    Maximillian I, Emperor of Mexico

    8 months ago

    Maximilian I was the second emperor of Mexico. He was a descendant of a Dynasty of European noble men called ¨the House of Habsburg¨ Maximilian Monarchy in Mexico lasted for three years after which he was captured and executed at Cerro de las Campanas.

  • What Elements Make Up the Earth’s Atmosphere?
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    What Elements Make Up the Earth’s Atmosphere?

    8 months ago

    The atmosphere is a thin layer of gases surrounding the surface of the Earth. The gases composing the atmosphere are distributed in a layer of approximately 150 km (93 miles).

  • What Happens Underground During an Earthquake?
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    What Happens Underground During an Earthquake?

    6 years ago

    Earthquakes result from the sudden shaking of the Earth, which is produced by the constant movement of tectonic plates in the Earth's crust. Most earthquakes occur along oceanic and continental plate limits. During an earthquake seismic waves travel underground, along the earth's crust,...

  • What Are the Types of Volcanic Eruptions?
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    What Are the Types of Volcanic Eruptions?

    8 months ago

    Volcanoes are known to become active from time to time, and when they do, they may exhibit the power contained within the Earth's interior in the form of an eruption. There are varied types of eruptions. A volcano may exhibit only one type of eruption; however, some volcanoes may display a number...

  • Types of Volcanic Vents
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    Types of Volcanic Vents

    23 months ago

    Volcanic vents are fractures on the summit of a volcano through where lava is ejected. There are various types of volcanic vents; however, all vents connect the magma chamber, which is a pool of hot molten rock, to the vent on top of a volcano.

  • How Does a Volcano Form?
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    How Does a Volcano Form?

    23 months ago

    Volcanoes are natural features of the Earth's lanscape. Volcanoes form from the natural internal forces acting inside the Earth. Mos volcanoes form at the boundaries of tectonic plates either in the ocean or on land. Others may form away from the boundaries of plate tectonics; however all volcanoes...

  • What Are Noctilucent Clouds?
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    What Are Noctilucent Clouds?

    7 months ago

    Noctilucent Clouds are the highest clouds in the Earth´s atmosphere. They are composed of tiny ice crystals, and they can be observed just a little before sunrise or after sunset. They were first observed in 1885, and have remained since, raising some questions about their origin.

  • Moonbows-lunar rainbows-white rainbows
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    Moonbows-lunar rainbows-white rainbows

    18 months ago

    Moonbows are natural atmospheric phenomena that occur by the interaction between sunlight reflected off the surface of the moon and water droplets suspended in the atmosphere

  • Basic Structure and Formation of Snowflakes
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    Basic Structure and Formation of Snowflakes

    8 months ago

    Snowflakes are formed from aggregations of ice crystals. Ice crystals from in the clouds when they freeze around tiny particles of dust in the atmosphere. The shape of a snowflake is determined by a variety of weather conditions, such as temperature, humidity and wind which is what finally will...

  • The Colors of Aurora
    4

    The Colors of Aurora

    8 months ago

    Auroras are luminous displays of lights most commonly seen in the arctic and antarctic regions. Auroras are produced by the interactions between high energetic particles from the Sun and the atoms and molecules composing Earth´s atmosphere. Their luminous displays can be seen at the temperate...

  • What Makes the Sky Red?
    4

    What Makes the Sky Red?

    7 months ago

    The red morning Sun is a great spectacle to watch. The sunlight that makes this possible is not scattered in the atmosphere, therefore, it is able to reach the eyes of an observer and offer a spectacular red dawn.

  • The Phases of the Moon
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    The Phases of the Moon

    8 months ago

    The phases of the Moon represent the illuminated fraction of the Moon´s surface that an observer is able to see from Earth. The Moon completes an orbit around Earth in 29.5 days in what is known as a lunar month.

  • How to Identify the Constellation Taurus in the Sky
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    How to Identify the Constellation Taurus in the Sky

    16 months ago

    Taurus is a constellation which can be seen in the night sky during the months of December and January. Taurus can be recognized by a V-shaped asterism known as the Hyades, and the giant red star Aldebaran

  • How to Use a Planisphere
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    How to Use a Planisphere

    8 months ago

    Planispheres are very useful tools to locate stars in the sky at any given time and date. Depending on your latitude, there are planispheres that can be used at Northern latitudes, and others for Southern latitudes.

  • How to Measure the Angular Size of the Big Dipper
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    How to Measure the Angular Size of the Big Dipper

    15 months ago

    These distances are measured in degrees and radians. The angular diameters of these objects are normally very small; therefore, it is better to represent them in degrees, arcminutes and arcseconds.

  • Celestial Coordinates
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    Celestial Coordinates

    8 months ago

    The celestial coordinates can assist at locating stars and constellations in the night sky. The celestial coordinates are used in the same way that geological coordinates are used on Earth.

  • The Asteroid Belt
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    The Asteroid Belt

    8 months ago

    The asteroid belt lies between the orbit of Mars and Jupiter. It is populated by small objects, ranging in sizes from a few centimeters to a few kilometers in diameter. The biggest of this objects is Ceres, also considered a dwarf planet.

  • What Are Terrestrial (Inner) Planets?
    2

    What Are Terrestrial (Inner) Planets?

    7 months ago

    The inner planets all share similar characteristics. They lie within 1.5 astronomical units from the Sun.

  • Stellar Distances
    6

    Stellar Distances

    8 months ago

    The astronomical unit AU is used to measure distances in the solar system. To measure greater distances, astronomers use the parsec. The light year is derived from the parsec.

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