1.)  Some statistics are un valid opinions of random people. But we shouldn’t ignore statistics because opinions are mostly right and they put it out for a reason, if your a business owner or a politician you want to make everyone happy so you do what they statistics say (opinions of the people) to make more money or get voted in. Statistics are what the people want in society put it numbers, tables, graphs and charts.

2.) “86% of statistics are made up on the spot, you know – the remaining 24% are mathematically flawed.- from an internet message board.”

In statistics I learned most statistics are just thoughts without putting much think into it, also I learned that they are very uselful to hear about facts of what is better, and people’s opinions. So you can make the best desicion.

3.) you don’t know how valid they are, it could be an 80 year old guy in jail on his computer doing online surveys for all you know, and he may not answer correctly or knoledgfuly.


1919 Quebec Prohibition

When I first read this, I was confused because I never never alcohol was Probited. Maybe back then they thought it was bad but now since we have had it for 100 year we think it’s not bad rather good.

Should sale of light beer, cider, and wines be allowed?

yes mostly except, maybe ethics because beliefs, also this was a depressing time of war so that could help.

78.62% voted yes, I agree it should be allowed too.

Mutation story

I am a fast twitch type II muscle gene, I make the muscle twitch faster. 


I got combined with a the exact gene, all super dominant. My gene got put into a young kid named Michael Jordan. Michael Jordan could fly like a bird, the fast twitch muscles made him push off the ground quicker making him deny gravity, and jump really high. Michael Jordan used his gene given ability to play basketball. He was really good because he could jump 75inches high, later on he worked on his shooting so he got better. He grew to be 6’6 dunking over everyone. No one could stop him. He got drafted by the Chicago Bulls, 6 Championships, 14 all-star selections, and 3 MVPs. Nicknamed AIR JORDAN.


1) What questions did you need to research in order to create your mutation story?

I researched how to jump higher, and it said if you have faster twitch fibres that twitch fast, you can jump higher. You can also develop them from training. (I researched years before this)

2) What new or familiar digital tools did you try to use as you worked through this project?

Gather information, then execute

3) What was the process you used to investigate the topic?

listen to mrs. Brandsma in science class

4) How did you verify and cite the information you found?

i didn’t use any cites

5) How did the process of completing this challenge go? What could you have done better?

did it on time



Salad rolls

1.) I really enjoyed it. I put 30mL of hot sauce and that gave it extra flavour and I like hot sauce. Also I forgot to put the noodles In but surprisingly it still tasted fantastic.

2.) I would have a glass of milk, and put spices on it. Calcium, vitamin D, protein

3.) deep frying pretty much soaks the food In fat. It becomes unhealthy because it adds trans fat, and fat, and robs the nutrients.

Egg Assignment

Recipe Hunt

Breakfast: English muffin

Lunch: omelette (family recipe)

Dinner: Egg salad

Cooking time

125mL cheese, 1 slice of ham, 2 Large eggs

Information Fluency

Strategies for Determing how Reliable a Websites Info is?

-see who created the website

-read the info on the page

-check the reviews

-find when it was posted

-look at the layout(ads)

-check where it is from


Publication From the Labary Database 


1.) go to Riversides homepage

2.) select Library

3.) Click “Click Here”

4.) see EBSCO, Click “Academic Search Premier ”

5.) I searched “basketball”

6.) What came Up was the recent articles on “basketball”


What did I learn?

I learned how to know if the website is reliable or if it is a Hoax.

Also SD43 digital library is the best for searching cause it gives you the most reliable websites