Engineering

Out of the many fields of available engineering out there, the ones that most interest me are agricultural engineering, mechanical engineering, and civil engineering. I feel like these fields are needed more and more as time goes by, all for various but connected reasons. Agricultural engineering is the study and development of nature and things that USW nature. For example, the field studies forestry; deforestation, … Continue reading Engineering

“Why Posting My Essays on My Own Blog Site Every Week Will Benefit Me in the Long Run”

Having a blog is generally very beneficial. It’s a good way to increase your chances of getting into a school or getting a job, not only because your potential professors/boss’s will know what you know and your extent of literary schooling, but you will be able to see your progress through the years. Every week I write several assigned essays. Some of these are on … Continue reading “Why Posting My Essays on My Own Blog Site Every Week Will Benefit Me in the Long Run”

Proteins

If we didn’t have proteins, we’re be blobs of unidentifiable shapes. Proteins, are what holds us together, and allow us to function. Amino acids, or pore tins, are needed for life. However, the essential ones aren’t made by your body. Therefore, you must get them from food. They store and transport the needed nutrients through our body. The necessary ones for our body are:  Histidine, … Continue reading Proteins

Social Media

Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Youtube. All of these are part of the social media “craze” happening. They are mainly used for sharing photos, videos, and messaging other people, who don’t necessarily life close by. I find them extremely helpful, and use all of these (minus Facebook) very often. I use snapchat to “Text” my friends, and send them pictures of what I’m doing at the … Continue reading Social Media

The Federal Reserve

It was founded on December 23, 1913, ratified by President Woodrow Wilson. The Federal Reserve System (or, the Fed) is the central banking system of the USA. It deals with any banking problems its “branches” might have, including lending the money to banks-in-need during a crisis to prevent from it going bankrupt, or preventing any people to quite the bank and withdrawing all of their … Continue reading The Federal Reserve

Which dream in Looking Backward seemed more realistic: When he woke up in 1887 or 2000?

I think that both of them were only believable to a certain extent. There were factors that contributed to the year 1887 being more achievable and believable, and there are others that make the year 2000 more desirable and real. For example, when he “wakes up” in the dream of 1887, Julian suddenly finds everything revolting, when he used to enjoy many of these things … Continue reading Which dream in Looking Backward seemed more realistic: When he woke up in 1887 or 2000?