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Saw a Lady in Half

It was a classic magic trick first performed in London in 1920 and later executed  by Harry Blackstone, Doug Henning, David Copperfield, Criss Angel and a host of lesser knowns. There are several variations on this illusion. The basic trick … Continue reading

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Quiet after a snowstorm

In this blog we are returning to some of the early columns of Ask Your Science Teacher,  published in 2009. The columns are updated and revised. Many originally ran in The Tomah Journal Why is it so quiet after a … Continue reading

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Personality traits

Question: Are personality traits hereditary or is it because of what goes on around us in every day life? Answer: This question touches on the controversial nature vs. nurture puzzle. How much of our intelligence and personality is based on … Continue reading

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In this blog we are returning to some of the early columns of Ask Your Science Teacher,  published in 2009. The columns are updated and revised. Many originally ran in The Tomah Journal at the behest of John Kenny, Publisher. … Continue reading

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How Long Will the Earth Exist?

Our fourth science book was published in late 2018. New ones are coming out in May 2019 and November 2019. In this blog we are returning to some of the early columns of Ask Your Science Teacher,  published in 2009. … Continue reading

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How high do birds fly?

Our fourth science book was published in late 2018. New ones are coming out in May 2019 and November 2019. In this blog we are returning to some of the early columns of Ask Your Science Teacher,  published in 2009. … Continue reading

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Aliens

Our fourth science book was published in late 2018. New ones are coming out in May 2019 and November 2019. In this blog we are returning to some of the early columns of Ask Your Science Teacher,  published in 2009. … Continue reading

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