This was a retired Naval war boat in Kangnug Korea. It was pretty cool! It also had a captured North Korean submarine.
My teacher, Dr. Bradly Fish, said "No study of the mathematicians and scientists would be complete without Archimedes." Arcimedes was well known and very much recognized for his achievements. He was born in Syracuse on the island of Sicily 287-212BC. One day he wanted to count the sand. He wanted to figure out how many … Continue reading Archimedes
The Cottonmouth is a very venomous snake. It has many names such as, water moccasin swamp moccasin, black moccasin, cottonmouth, gapper, viper I could keep going! This snake is exactly what it says it is, a Cotton mouth. The color is a light brown and sometimes gray. The eyes are my favorite. They have a … Continue reading Cottonmouth
The sun is rising in the back ground. I took this picture on the cost of Korea called Kangung. I got up early in the morning with my brother to take some pictures of the sun rise.
Now you may think I spelled Hercules wrong, but I didn't. Heracles is what the Greeks called him, and Hercules is what the Romans called him, very-similar. Heracles is probably the most known Greek myth of all time. Heracles was the son of Zeus, and was born with SUPER STRENGTH! One day things weren't going his way so … Continue reading Heracles
My brother helped me with these colors.
The Elder wand, Resurrection stone, and the Invisibility cloak. Brice
That's right a Komodo Dragon! The island they live on is called Komodo island (that would have given it away), in Indonesia. You know how people think they'er venomous, well they'er not. It is actually the bacteria in their saliva that acts like a venom. I hope you guys liked this Mystery reptile week! Please let me … Continue reading Mystery reptile part 2
I am not going to tell you about snakes, I'm going to talk about a lizard that lives on island. It can grow to be ten feet long (3 meters) and 150lbs (70 kilos). Try and guess by putting your answer in the comment box.
Would you rather live in Athens or Sparta? In Athens you could have the 'sweet life' of getting married, having a having a family and children, and wealth. In Athens, the women mostly went out and would spend their time in the markets with other women, even though they were married. Women could get married … Continue reading Athens or Sparta?