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Veganism and Sustainability

There is a disconnect present in our current society between what passes our lips and the effect of these substances on the Earth that shelters us. I have been vegan for almost a year now, and every day my faith … Continue reading

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Seaweed Energy

Why Seaweed, Not Solar, May Be the Energy of Tomorrow The article Why Seaweed, Not Solar, May Be the Energy of Tomorrow goes into detail about a biofuel – specifically seaweed – contributing to a fossil fuel free future (say … Continue reading

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Meatless Mondays: Do They Really Help?

Have you ever heard of Meatless Mondays? It is a global movement with a simple message: once a week, cut the meat. You may have heard that eating meat is ‘bad for the environment,’ but maybe you can’t see yourself … Continue reading

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Underestimation of Deforestation

Typically, when brainstorming ways to tackle climate change, one often thinks of finding a new way to reduce the use of fossil fuels or increase the use of more sustainable energy sources. A new Cornell University study shows, however, that … Continue reading

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Caitlyn Lazorka: Math Quiz

\(x^3-3x^2-10x=0\) \((1+r)^n\) \((5.7×10^{-8})\times(1.6×10^{12})=9.12×10^{4}\) \(\pi L (1-\alpha ) R^2 = 4\pi\sigma T^{4} R^{2}\) \(12 km \times \frac{0.6\text {miles}}{1 \text{km}}\approx 7.2 miles\) \(4,173,445,346.50 \approx 4,200,000,000 = 4.2×10^{9}\) \[50m \times \frac{3.4\times 10^{6}\text {kg}}{1 \text {sec}}\times \frac{10 {J}}{1\text {kg}\times {1{m}}} = 1.7 GW\] \(\$5,000 … Continue reading

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Introductory Post

Hello, everyone! My name is Catie Lazorka and I am pursuing a major in Nutritional Sciences. I come from a small town in PA where everybody knows everybody, and I am proud to say that I am one of very … Continue reading

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