we open this story with the leaving home ceremony. This happened almost every week. Sammy was one of those sperms that was leaving. he was leaving his small down called testis. this was very exciting for him. leaving meant he was to find his true love on his journey. Sammy couldn’t wait. After the ceremony sammy said his goodbyes to his family and then took off in his car.taking the vas deference highway, sammy passed lake bladder. amazing childhood memories fill his brain. after it went out of view Sammy was slightly sad that he would never see the lake again. He stopped at the semical vesicle diner for a quick meal. Sammy got off the Vas deference highway and hoped onto the urethra express. sammy picked up speed and soon hit the border. it was a very quick transition. many other sperms like Sammy followed. sammy drove all the way to vaginaland. it was an amazing sight. Sammy however didn’t stop there. he kept going. he drove by a place called uterusville. it looked like an amazing place to have a home. But that’s not where Sammy met her. a little ways up he met the one. the egg of his dreams. she was beautiful. ms.ovum. both of them fell in love and joined as one. they soon found a home together in uterusville and lived happily ever after.
Monthly Archives: January 2016
part 1 – story
i am a genetic mutation. i make people see clearly underwater. yes i am a rare gene and am only found in Moken people in Africa. right now i am living inside a girl names Ally. she was just born about a couple minutes ago and doesn’t have a single idea of what i will show her. i am not a harm to her body what so ever. i am actually aiding her. wouldn’t be amazing to be able to see clearly underwater? As ally grew older she figured out how much she would be using this gene. her family were known as sea gypsies. they lived close to the water and everything was done in water. Ally used me to find fish underwater and other creature. it was a lot easier. plus ally became an amazing swimmer. Ally was so happy and that made me happy as well. very down the road when everything became grey, i had moved on from ally and to someone just like ally. her daughter maia. i wonder how her life is going to go…
part 2 – making of story
since this was a rare gene only found in some people in Africa my search didn’t stretch very far. i just typed in mutation that people can see clearly underwater. i found my information from that.
i used google to find my answers and asked one of my friends who was doing the same project as me. i also typed my notes in word.
the process was simple. I found my mutation. then i researched it and wrote out notes. after taking the notes i thought i needed, i created the story. and now it’s on edublog.
i went on to many sites to check if they were accurate. when it was repeated on other sides i was sure that had to be correct then.
i think i should have read what i was doing at first. my first post of this didnt meet any of the criteria and i should have checked before posting. i think I’m going to try that next time. i also think i should check if it’s posted or not when i actually post it. thats been happening a lot.
child labor project
over the past week in my B block socials class we were assigned our first edublog project. this is on child labor so i am warning you when you watch this presentation. it is about a deep and sad problem going on in our world. if you do watch this i hope you enjoy it.
Child labor in Chad Africa
RNA biology post
today in science we created bracelets made out of fruitloops. i find them gross but my partner was happy to eat all of it in the end. basically we chose a word or your name and used the RNA which is somewhat like DNA and created a bracelet out of it. the difference that i noticed between RNA and DNA is the letter coding. the 4 letters in DNA are A,T,G and C. in RNA there isn’t C. instead they replaced it with U. there is probably a better and more in depth way of explaining the difference but this is all i know and understood. So in class i made my bracelet with the coding letters of my name. G = GGG , R = CGT,
A = GCT, C = TGC and E = GAG. i thought this lab was fun and taught me something. here is a picture of my bracelet bellow.
DNA blog post
This morning in my A block which is science we started Biology. We learned about the coding thing for cells. we also did an experiment to better our understanding for this lesson. me and my partner (Noah)built a DNA model. the outer portion which is the Sugar and phosphate was represented by licorice. the marshmallows represent the 4 letters that exist in the DNA world. (Guanine) G = green. (cytosine) C = pink (Adenine) A = yellow and (Thymine) T = orange. the tooth picks strung them together.