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 Sixth grade Science students blogging from the Pacific Northwest in Chimacum, WA! Mr. G's Blog Mr. G's Science Facebook Page
 by teacher: Alfonso Gonzalez
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Week 10 Blogging Challenge 05/17/12
The Force O' Friction 05/16/12
I like Dirt 04/30/12
Elastic Force & Gravity 04/25/12
Energy 04/17/12
Charging A Battery 03/23/12
Batteries 03/13/12
Where I Live 03/13/12
Water Quality Conclusion!!! 03/06/12
Flow Rate Graph 02/13/12
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 Water Quality Job Notes 02/03/12 Tree Planting! 01/27/12 Improved Water Cycle 11/22/11 The Water Cycle! 11/14/11 Chimacum Creek vs. Yellowjacket Creek 11/04/11 About Water Pollution 10/17/11 Mt. St. Helens 10/05/11 7 Really Random facts About Me 10/03/11

 Article posted May 17, 2012 at 03:26 PM GMT • comment • Reads 257 I have a total of 17 blogs on my blog all together. Pretty much all o' my blogs are class assignments (I'm counting the blogging challenges aswell) I received a total of 19 comments on my blog. The post with the most comments was the 7 random facts (first blog I did), I think it's because it was the first blog I did. I didn't really have a favorite because I never did anything outside of school about the blog. I changed the background because the default was lame and boring. I didn't have any widgets, because I thought they were unnecessary and were a waste of time to me 'cause I wouldn't do anything with my blog outside of school. Well, I can atleast say that we get 1 a day, mabye more. - Nicklas Article posted May 17, 2012 at 03:26 PM GMT • comment • Reads 257
 Article posted May 16, 2012 at 03:34 PM GMT • comment • Reads 78 What I learned in inquiry 6 is that Friction pushes things back when it goes forward, more mass equals more weight, and that surface area also is a variable of how much friction their is The way we measured sliding friction is we used a spring- scale to measure the push that friction causes on the block. The push friction causes can be measured 'cause it's trying to stop the block, which causes force which can be measured. I learned that control variables are variables that you don't change, some examples are: Pull Distance, Pull Speed, and some others you should be able to think of. (But there are MANY more!) Article posted May 16, 2012 at 03:34 PM GMT • comment • Reads 78
 Article posted April 30, 2012 at 03:01 PM GMT • comment (3) • Reads 94 Thanks to Ethan B. for the "I like dirt" audio, all I did was find the photo. Article posted April 30, 2012 at 03:01 PM GMT • comment (3) • Reads 94
 Article posted April 25, 2012 at 03:34 PM GMT • comment • Reads 79 You could load a slingshot kind of thing on the floor, and use a rubber band to launch the cart. The difference of Mass and Weight is that Weight is caused by Gravity pulling you down causing weight. Mass is the space you are, like how water fills a cup, you take up space in the world. Article posted April 25, 2012 at 03:34 PM GMT • comment • Reads 79
 Article posted April 17, 2012 at 03:33 PM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 100 The amount of energy we used in 2010 was much, much more than what we used in 1930. We used around 60,000 in 2010. To be safe with electricity you should always make sure your outlets are fully plugged-in, don't step on cords, etc. Some fuels that put less carbon in our atmosphere are fuels like coal, wood, and fuels like that. Article posted April 17, 2012 at 03:33 PM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 100
 Article posted March 23, 2012 at 03:15 PM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 65 What I did is unplugged the cord then put the battery in and then plug the cord back in then the electrodes were charged with electrical energy coming from the socket the cord was plugged into. And charged it for 3 min. Article posted March 23, 2012 at 03:15 PM GMT • comment (1) • Reads 65
 Article posted March 13, 2012 at 04:33 PM GMT • comment • Reads 60 K= I know that batteries can power various machinery and LAMPS. W= I would like to know how batteries get the charge to get POWER. Article posted March 13, 2012 at 04:33 PM GMT • comment • Reads 60
 Article posted March 13, 2012 at 04:22 PM GMT • comment • Reads 93 Ma home is in Port Hadlock, Washington and I love it here *Sarcasm*. It is really cold, wet, and damp. I would like to move but I have a lot of friends and family here. Article posted March 13, 2012 at 04:22 PM GMT • comment • Reads 93
 Article posted March 6, 2012 at 04:56 PM GMT • comment • Reads 96 Name ____Nicklas S._______________________________Date ____2-24-12_______________ How is Chimacum Creek doing? Based on all the data you’ve looked at here what is your conclusion about how Chimacum Creek is doing? (Use examples from the data to explain what you mean and why you think so. This is NOT the place for opinion; you must have evidence to support your conclusion.) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I come to the conclusion, taking out the suspected false information its seems to be good, the levels are enough to sustain fish, keep the algea low, enough to keep pollution intolerant microinvertibrates alive, so over all it does look healthy. My parameter of water is FLOW RATE. Flow rate is the measurement of movement through a body of water. But the water comes from rain. It starts at a elevated point then goes downhill into the bodies of water (creeks and streams). But the DO, pH, Turbitity, Nitrates, Ammonium, Flow Rate, and Temperature averages equalled a understandable conclussion that it Chimacum Creek has sustainable levels. If I could give some constructive criticism and advice to the people in the area it would be that the are doing a good job keeping the fertilizers out the creek and to keep up the good work! -N1CK145 Article posted March 6, 2012 at 04:56 PM GMT • comment • Reads 96
 Article posted February 13, 2012 at 04:28 PM GMT • comment • Reads 99 Article posted February 13, 2012 at 04:28 PM GMT • comment • Reads 99
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