Science fair projects – Kids think they should be fun. Teachers think they should be educational. Parents just want them to be fast and easy. Since students, teachers and parents are all involved in the process of getting ready for the science fair, most of the time, science projects have to be all of the above!
There is Science workshop a calendar listing of events photos of events and my family press and reviews tips for teachers parents and a motivate section. I’ve made it quite personal with family photos, because I want children to see that I’m a “real, normal” person with a regular life.
When you research, use “live” rather than “dead” sources as much as you can, or as much as you need to. A dead source is anything you find in a book, magazine article, a document, online, or any other place it is written down on recorded. A live source is when you get your information by talking to people who have had the experience you’re writing about. In the examples above, Cindy used dead sources–and her imagination–to get her science fiction story right; Arthur Hailey and I used live sources for our research.
There is a center — a chakra, undeveloped in many people but present in all people — known as the “ajna” center. It is also referred to as the “Christ Consciousness Center.” Quite developed in wealthy persons who may not even know they are utilizing it — and who developed it more fully in previous incarnations.
Take your children to such places as zoos, aquariums, Science workshop for kids centers, and planetariums…etc. It is great and fun way to get children interested in science.
So how do you get started? A great place to begin is with the ABC’s of CNC video. This two hour long DVD takes you through the entire CNC workflow… starting with the basics of machine designs, G Code, CAD and CAM software, and finally through the actual cutting process. You’ll see sample parts start as a design, sketched on a napkin, taken through CAD software, and on to the Computer Assisted Machining (CAM) software where the actual cutting paths to make the part are created. The output from the CAM program then goes to the actual machine controller, which converts the digital information into actual motion… to cut the part.
Studies suggest we have somewhere between 12,000 to 65,000 thoughts per day, although I’ve seen reference to a wider range (between 2,000 to 600,000!). Most commonly, 50-60,000 is considered a good estimate.
As with everything that comes your way that often feels too good to be true, you are soon to realize that once in a while, when the timing is correct (because you were ‘lucky’), things do change. You are about to have a lot of amazing experiences and events occur in your life today, tomorrow, and for a lifetime. You can open yourself up to living fully as you leverage your new life with the Science of Luck.