Come On School, Make Things Challenging For Me Again


Well, I’ve officially decided I might want to post about today, instead just about the crappy news. Though, it’s pretty late… wondering what I’ll do. Anyways, I had a dream that I was this sort of human chameleon. In a figure of a brick wall made in the 80’s. When I was walking around, everybody looked at me so daringly. One of them almost looked like they wanted my autograph or something. I passed by hundreds of crowds, ignoring their daring looks, until this black, hairy figure dude was in front of my way. My words swept by me, and I said to move along. The person looked up, and immediately, I could tell it was Michael Jackson, the super star of hip-hop. I wanted to bow down to him, and his worthy 90’s hip-hop costume. But, my words swept through me, and I said for him to walk away, and to keep his hip-hop to himself.

Okay, in the mind, I’m standing there thinking WHAT THE HELL HAVE I DONE???!!! He was the hit of hip-hop I should slap myself for that. Than the dream faded away, and it shifted me to the Grand Canyon, it was almost like I was using Floo Powder from Harry Potter. There Michael Jackson was there, along with Jay-Z. I think I was zoomed all the way back to 2004 or something, because people we’re regular clothes, and using normal hair, besides Michael Jackson. The dream shifted again, and this time, I was on the edge of the Eiffel Tower, or I was. I saw G.I.JOE playing under me, and then they shot the nuclear chemical at the Eiffel Tower (just like in the movie). I fell off, but than time froze and I hit the ground slowly. Michael Jackson walked up behind me out of nowhere, and said, “do you wanna dance until you die?”

The only words that came out of my controlled mouth were  “FUCK YEAH!”. We danced for about 3 hours, at least that’s what I thought coming from the fact that we were sweaty, and my eyes were bloodshot red. Than, eventually, I won the competition, the crowd was admiring me, and then said that hip-hop rules, and rock n’ roll, along with metal, sucked. I felt so angry, I actually emerged out of my human chameleon body, and I said “FUCK NO!”. I grabbed a guitar, all my band players were there, and we rocked the house. For about 40 minutes. Michael Jackson, and my used to be body exploded of total rockness. Michael Cera and Anna Kendrick showed up, and said I passed the next level, and that they would be meeting me soon another time. The dream stopped, and I knew it was the end. It was too bad, I was having a great time having fun. But, it ended.

I went towards the computer, and blessed God for keeping mom at work for so long. I had 14 lessons on a Research Essay, well, I already did an essay, plus, my teacher Ms. Lauen told me that I needed to complete the unit. So, I did, no big thing I did really. Afterwards, school started to get boring again. Oh, and yeah, it’s the first time I’ve actually tried coloring my letters, I hope it helps my blog. Yep. So, when I was done, I decided to bring a knife for some stupid reason, upstairs in my room, and act as if I was in Modern Warfare stabbing people with a knife. What kind of imagination is that? Lol. Although, when I was imagining my little sister, Anabelle caught me and said, what’re you doing with that thing, and I just ignored her until she went away. I went back to school, went through Science fast, and last but not least, note things down about Russia’s old history as government for an hour and a half.

Nothing really interesting. COME ON SCHOOL, you can do better than that. Give me essays, more work. Come on. Well, let’s get to the bottom of this. Nothing really interesting happened, and I’ll have to figure out some time to put pictures for you all, because the dull sky outside just made me smile, and I wanted to show it with you all. But, besides the dull sky, my parents were watching recorded American Idols, while I was sitting plump on my seat studying. Oh yeah, and my friend Shahnoor Dhanani, yeah, we went into Myyearbook, and started video chatting, and if Nayyir sees this and gets jealous, let me only tell you we had fun… playing Chess and all sorts of other things. When I finished school, I gazed at the sky for awhile, until I started to see a dark figure in the bushes.

I looked away, and went to some other business. I read Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, damn, the book is so good. In just 10 minutes I managed to get to page 54. Not so fast, but successful for me. 😀

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Just Some More News And A Little Pep Talk


Well, this is the last and very last day of January. I know everybody must be happy about it, except for some people I know. But, it hasn’t been good for me. For the past three months I haven’t been really caring whether or not how much views I get. And yes, I have been receiving bad views. About 800 last month, 1,000 two months ago, and this month: 1,945 views. I think we can do a little bit better. I’m not ungrateful though the fact that I know you guys comment a lot and care for me, but I would please be VERY grateful if we can try to up the views for February. I’m only asking for a favor, that’s all.

‘Bullying’ Teens Busted After Beating 13-Year-Old [VIDEO]

Police arrested seven teenagers at a school in suburban Philadelphia after a video one of them shot showed them beating a 13-year-old boy, tossing him in a tree and then hanging him from a wrought-iron fence by the hood of his coat.

The seventh, and final teen was arrested today after six others were led out of their school in handcuffs Monday. “It’s bullying. It’s bullying in America at its worst,” said Michael Chitwood, superintendent of police in Upper Darby Township, Pa., according to NBC’s “Today” show.

Nadin Khoury, 13, says he was on his way home from school when seven older teenagers jumped him and began punching and kicking him outside an apartment complex. One of his alleged attackers filmed the assault, which went on for more than 20 minutes before a woman driving by the scene leapt out of her car and chased the bullies off.

“There’s nothing you can do,” Khoury told Fox 29 in Philadelphia. “You can’t fight back or it comes down even worse. You can’t say anything except call for help.” Khoury said the group of teens has targeted others as well. “They do it for no reason,” he said. “Anybody that’s smaller than them, just to get their kicks.”

Khoury was not seriously injured in the beating, but he has been unable to go to school because of the threats he and his family have received since the Jan. 11 attack. He said the teens, who range in age from 15 to 17, had bothered him before and said his family will likely have to move to a different town. He also told Fox 29 that he believed he had been targeted because his family is from Liberia.

On the video — which the teens later posted to YouTube — Khoury’s attackers can be heard laughing at him as tries to get away. And one young woman, apparently a fellow student, is seen on the tape ignoring Khoury’s cries for help and simply walking away.

Chitwood said people need to take responsibility for bullies in their communities. “I find it offensive when members of the community stand up and talk about the cops not doing something when not one person called 911,” he said.

The teenagers were arrested and booked at a juvenile detention facility on charges of kidnapping, reckless endangerment and assault. “We’re dragging them out in handcuffs,” Chitwood said,according to the Delaware County Daily Times. “We want to send home a message that this type of behavior will absolutely not be tolerated.”

Khoury said he plans to testify against the teens in court. “Don’t be afraid to speak out; tell somebody what’s going on because if you tell them, maybe this will happen and somebody will take action,” he told NBC.

My Parents Are Taking Over


Well, yeah, today is Sunday. Church day! So, during 1 in the morning, I made a plan to go on my computer before going to church and bringing it. Well, the plan didn’t work to well, since two days ago when I was waiting on Saturday to get a hold of that computer, and I didn’t get too much sleep. So, instead my dad had to wake me up around 8 am. It was weird, because we were supposed to wake up around 7 or 6.But, anyways, when we woke up than, I asked my parents why we were waking up so late, and they said it was leadership room day. Well, for Patricia, Matthew and Anabelle that’s what today meant, for my parents and I it meant that we have host team. Though, I’m not really in the host team, I just help my dad and steal doughnuts. Lol.

Once we got all our fancy clothings on, I put on my black socks and set to the car. I’m thinking once I’m 16 or 17 I’ll get a car and be able to drive to church instead of having my parents drive me there. Though, it’s not like I hate my parents driving me around a lot. I just wanna see how it feels to drive on my own in the future. When we got to the church, my dad was throwing a sissy feat at my mom, and she just couldn’t take it. So, I tried comforting her and asked her what was on her mind. She said the f word in the end of her sentence, which kind of startled me, but it was kind of normal. I used to cuss so much outside, I don’t get why I’m startled. But, okay. When we got inside, and I decided to skip the 11 o’clock Transit service, I went with mom and dad to the Host team room. If Prima’s reading this, than yes, that”s where I was when I was chatting with you. When I was in there chatting, two grownups came passed me and said in surprise “that’s a Netbook?!”

I loved kind of being the abnormal person in church. Being 11, and carrying a Netbook, while being wired into it. Plus, when I went to go get a doughnut (that’s when my parents went and took care of the big halls), this grownup man (whom I’ve seen a lot) walked up to the sink and said “that’s a Netbook if I’m right.”. I said yeah, he asked for the logo and also what service or something. I told him Gateway and Windows 7. He said it was pretty cool to be at my age and own that laptop. But just when he said that I was lucky to have parents that cared for me enough to buy it, I just had to correct him and tell him that I spent half the cost too. The man, started getting into other important things than, and I decided to walk around the church, for no reason. During service (basically, the time when the preacher spoke to the many thousands of crowds), I was typing on my computer and chatting with another friend. By than, my dad got onto my computer and basically took everything under his control. When I told him specifically that I wanted him to do the theme, he was checking, and deleting programs left and right. Pus, he put his user in control of the whole computer and found this option to put time limits onto my computer.

Basically, if I tried logging in onto my Netbook when they said I wasn’t supposed to, it would block me. So, that was the crappy part as well. When we got from church, Christian was outside, except shaved BALD. He looked so much like Eminem. Except for the eye brows. He started getting rude and in his ungrateful attitude. So, I just ignored him and went to the little kids. What I didn’t expect was that they said Ms. Kacey, the person who banned us from our own clubhouse, told them they couldn’t spend time with me. It was outrageous, I went to talk to Savino’s mom, until my dad and mom came around, and we talked. Unfortunately, Savino’s mom wasn’t responsible, and said that what Ms. Kacey actually meant to say was to not play with me in there. Which was weird but okay, so the kids and I rode around in bikes. I talked with Nicholas about some horror movies, and I talked with Logan about Wizard 101, my guitar teacher came around, and told me that I’d need to bring back his acoustic guitar. I eventually did, and I brought my electric guitar for training. We went into some major tips like the pentatonic scale and all. But, when I showed him that I knew how to play Yesterday, by the Beatles, and Dream On, by Aerosmith, he was so amazed, he said he’ll need to research some songs for me, at my level, so practice was short.

I noted what he said, and helped clean up the house. Eventually, I found out that Patricia’s friend walked up to me, and wanted me to introduce her to her new friend. Well, um… I couldn’t see her so well in the sunlight, but I only caught a glimpse of her covered in a jacket you would only wear if you lived in Siberia. Well, the day ended softly, the grownups came, we had a party, they left, and we were sent to bed. Tomorrow, I’m reading Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.

Spending Time With My Aunts


Okay, well, today I was just flushing throug my laptop, yeah, I know, I posted yesterday (but it’s because I posted on January 29th in the real life, and scheduled it back to January 28th [Though, this is about the day when I posted the yesterday post]). I was flushing through my laptop left and right. All I did was download, and put on Google Chrome. Well, the laptop came with Windows 7, odd, but okay. I didn’t realy want a Windows Explorer or anything that had to relate to Windows on my computer, used to stroll the web. So, I downloaded Google Chrome. I’m still trying to figure out how to download Microsot Word, not the new version though. My aunt, Tania, was downstairs way before me, so when I was actually looking over my computer, I at one point: found out that probably Microsoft won’t work on this laptop, so instead, it came with Microsoft Office Word. I’ve been hearing about that thing for about awhile now.

My mom said I could only keep one game, or two downloaded, so I immediately checked out some games like Wizard 101, Star Wars the Clone Wars: Adventures and also DDO. Let me just say that Wizard 101 was the only coolest game under my laptop privelages. Star Wars the Clone Wars: Adventures made everything Member ship like (pffft, no wonder it’s not as popular as Freerealms). Oh and I forgot to mention that my laptop is fully HD. I measn the video games are really clear, and so is the light and sound. Everything looks awesome. I tried Wizard 101, it was really good, though I wanted to try out DDO. So, I tried it, and really: it fucked up. Constantly, I put my e-mail on, and then it would say I need the password, and than it said I’d need to agree the huge list of Agreements. I did that, but they wouldn’t let me. And now, they kept sending me these e-mais to me about it. Really, I just figured about now, they screwrd me up.

When 3 hours passed, and my mom came around, I showed her my new Google Chrome theme, and needed dad’s help with trying to widen the screen (since I didn’t know laptops as well as desktops). He helped me, though, when I was done doing that, he asked me to check my subscribers, and I noticed I got one more new one. I didn’t even notice. But, what really made my stomach hurt, and start to creep me out, was that three days ago, Willow’s friend Amber (my blogging enemy) was subscribed to MY BLOG??!! If you’re reading this Amber, I would like you to comment or at least leave me a message through e-mail on why you subscribed to my blog. Anyways, the movie, the Social Network was still stuck in my head, especially when the nerd got sued by his best friend for putting him on low chart for not giving him credit on this new program they made called: The Facebook (which soon turned into Facebook). At one point, when my dad left, and my mom (leaving me with my two aunts), also when my brother and sisters left, I felt so free at the moment. When the battery of the computer showed that 8% low battery was shown. Already? So, I plugged my baby (laptop) and let it charge for awhile. Though, whe n dad came around, I had the neccassity to go on it during charging. Unfortunately, I realized that it took (yesterday night) about 7 hours to recharge to battery completely, without touching it. But, whe nI was touching it continuesly during its charge, I found out that the battery was going a whole lot faster. It went directly from 8% all the way to 43% in 5 minutes while it was charging. So, when people started coming over to my house and to ask to hang out, I immediately had the only feeling I felt like doing after 3 YEARS.

I showed off that baby, and they were all drooling over the HD quality and the fact that it was all to myself. Afterwards, well after like 2 hours of hanging out, Tania came to get me and told me we were going to the airport so we could drop Alexandra off. Well, in my mind I wanted to listen by myself the London Linkin Park concert, though, I would’ve felt bad for myself, plus, I haven’t been to the airport so much in my entire life. So, I just went with them for the heck of it. We passed the Atlanta town, which was such a beautiful sight. I wanted to just take a picture with my camera, though there were some cops, and I just didn’t feel too comfortalbe about it. So, when we got to the airport, I was holding a 23  pound case of luggage while my aunt Alexandra was heavy luggage that only God knows how much it weighs. While I waited for about 2 hours for the line to go passed, I was writing on my book, and yes, I  still feel the awesome freedom of it. Whe nthe line was over, I had to come with my aunts, and aunt Alexandra had to go passed through security in order to get to the airport. While me and my aunt, Tania, went to go and get a large size Sprite drink, orange bottle and also a sort of chocolate chunky cupcake. My aunt drank the orange, whiel I sipped down in just a minute my Sprite drink. We talked on the way home, and had to get the car washed. It looked sparkly, clean. I loved it, when we came home, after going to Walmart, we saw my mom, and she kind of got into an argument with me about how I should’ve left the computer home to charge. I kind of didn’t take it so seriously. So, afterwards, I went to bed, and rested my head.

 

I Got A Laptop


My day has been good, and the cool thing is that I got a computer. It’s really amazing because after four years I’ve been wanting and craving for a laptop, but instead I get a cool netbook that looks AWESOME. It has an exquisite design on the top of it’s layer, and I can type really fast on this computer without even looking. Plus whenever I put the words in capitalized form it always gives out this small lock sign whenever I do. So, I don’t have to worry about puttign wors that are wrongly capitilized. 😀 It’s awesome. But, let me get to what happened to the day. Right?

So, this is what happened, I woke up, with my boxers and found my distasteful mother. Who’s been aggravating me the past week, plus how she annoyed me greatly by bringing Patricia’s friend over to this big Church event in our church. I’m still pissed off at my mom for that. Eventually we came into a discussion on how I was old and I deserved better respect from her, but instead for a result, I got told that I could get my own laptop. I said she was joking and told her to stop messing with me. But, she said she was dead serious, so I immediately flunked back and blinked in surprise. It was amazing, or the thought was, I would have my own laptop, and I got to download and check out whatever I wanted on it. Oh, I was so hyped up I started chippering and picked on myself. I looked with my mom on the selections. But, I still had to do school. So, I grabbed 3 sheets of homework on Math, and worked on a bunch of Math problems. I think about 73 problems for the second sheet and then about 34 problems on the third sheet. While Math homework, people were walking through my backyard in gangster clothes. One of them looked at me, and gave me a grim look.

After Math homework, I finished Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Well, yesterday (which I haven’t posted about), I got to page 600, but than over night I got 78 pages through the book, and today, I finished the rest of the book. I honestly didn’t think this book ending was as good as the Sorcerer’s Stone, or the Chamber of Secrets. The Prisoner of Azkaban’s ending was okay. But, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, eh, it wasn’t such a missing ending. I liked the whole plot, and the whole concept of the story, along with that there were other things going on, during the plot. It’s my first 700 page book I’ve finished in my life. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix has about 860 pages. So, that will present a new challenge for me. When I was finished doing my reading job, I planned out a 3 day break from Harry Potter, so, I shuffled towards the rest of school and learned some new words in Vocabulary. Though, I didn’t note them down, so I can’t shuffle them down. I shopped with my mom later on in like 2 hours. It took us awhile to find the right choices from Micro Center and then we moved on to Fry’s that’s where I went to buy a latptop, or what it’s called Netbook. My sister and my other sister, while the while I had to wait for 3 hours for the orders to come in. Though the client was very respectful. So, when we were done, we went home, and found our aunts. Aunt Tania, and Aunt Alexandra. We had fun talking until our un-natural neighbor, Ms. Kacey. I knew she only came to get me in trouble, she brought up the story from a month ago about hoI was[i]w I was picking out this kind of warning electrical item, and she said there was no way I could doubt it since she saw it. Well, I would be able to doubt it since I know my own damn body, and what it’s doing.

So, she than started saying we couldn’t go over to our clubhouse just when we became really successful on our base.               I was so ticked off, though I wanted to show understanding towards Ms. Kacey, instead of having to doubt it and make it worse, because she said, that if I did that again, she would beat the crap out of me. When she finally left, I told my mom it was all bullshit, well, I didn’t tell her directly that it was bullshit, but it was bullshit. Dad seemed a little back-forward. Basically, he didn’t seem to believe the story. So, after a bunch of yellings, dad cleared out he did care, but it was hard for him to decide. I told them I was not going to beat up for something I haven’t even done. Mom said she wasn’t going to touch me. So, that made everything a lot better. Afterwards, I watched the Social Network with my mom and dad, along with my aunts. It was an interestign movie in the beginning, but than the nerd, along with Justin Timberlake started going into a lot of drug parties and girls were just taking of their clothes so much. It was good in the beginning, but than it ended just dumbly. It was a bad ending, and I thought the nerd was just being down-right rude. Afterwards, when we finished the movie,


I went to sleep, and waited for the next day to come.

 

Challenger Disaster 25th Anniversary: Where Were You?


I feel like putting some news since I’m too lazy to post about it.

A quarter-century after the Challenger disaster, the memories are still clear for those who witnessed the shocking loss of seven astronauts.

At a time when space shuttle flights had become fairly routine, the Challenger mission was intended to inspire a generation of students by putting the first teacher in space. TVs were turned on in classrooms nationwide on the morning of Jan. 28, 1986 so kids could watch Christa McAuliffe and her six crewmates begin their adventure. A New York Times poll estimated that nearly half of the 9- to 13-year-olds in America watched the launch at school.

Their shared celebration turned to stunned disbelief 73 seconds after liftoff. “I was in school and I remember actually that we were watching it on television as a class and everybody was so excited. And so as a class we watched it blow. I think I was in sixth grade, and it was devastating,” Stephanie Nicholas recalled in a recent AOL News on-the-street interview in Denver.

“I was in the apartment complex and I was in the swimming pool when I heard about it on the radio,” said Hank Hagerman in New Orleans. “I went inside later on and saw the clips from the news showing three pieces blown apart in the sky and where they landed.”

People who didn’t see it live found out what happened almost immediately and, like Hagerman, watched the horrifying images replayed over and over on television. The news spread with unprecedented speed in an era before texting, social networking and all the other forms of instant communication we now take for granted. Within an hour of the tragedy, 85 percent of Americans knew about it, according to a 1989 study published in Journalism Quarterly.

Where were you and what do you remember about the Challenger disaster? Click on the video above to see what people in cities across the country told us. Hundreds of readers have also shared their recollections with us by posting a comment on this article. Scroll down to see some of their stories and CLICK HERE to send us your Challenger memories.

I was in Mr. Votto’s class, he was so eager to see the first teacher launch into space. I remember seeing his disbelief and then a tear roll down his eye. As children, we really did not understand the significance of the event but Mr. Votto’s reaction never left me and marked a significant event in my life. — Dede

It was my son’s 6th birthday and we were so excited that it was a teacher workday and no school in Chesapeake, VA. We were at home parked in front of the TV. My son, Scott, daughter, Rebecca and myself watched as the shuttle launched and the TV camera showed the shuttle crew families, in the stands pointing up and smiling and everything seemed fine. Then there was a pop in the sky and smoke was everywhere. At that time the broadcasters didn’t really know what to say. I remember Scott saying that was just the rocket boosters making the shuttle go faster and then they detach and fall to the ground. That’s what we thought happened until the cameras started showing the faces of the families again. We knew it was horrible as we watched the smoke trail go downward the kids started commenting that the capsule they were in would parachute down. So we looked for the parachute. We didn’t see one. My son turns 31 today and I remember that day like it were yesterday. — smilmakr32

I still remember that horrible sight. I went to high school in central Florida and I was in my 11th grade history class and we were standing outside of the classroom looking up at the sky when it happened. At first we were confused, because throughout our life time we had watched many of the launches from our backyards and this was nothing like what we had seen in the past. We were shocked and the school was very quiet the rest of the day. A very sad day in history.

Years later when I was in college I was got a scholarship that was named after one of the brave Americans we lost that day. I’m proud to say I was a Ronald E. McNair scholar at Jacksonville University. — T. Brooks-Evans

I was underwater in the north Atlantic in a nuclear submarine on patrol. We heard about it from a radio broadcast and radio traffic. When we returned home for off crew, my brother in law had taped the launch, and subsequent explosion. It amazes me that I actually remember the exact moment that I heard about the explosion while on the boat. — js4024

I was in Engineering school heading to my Kinematics class when I saw a small crowd in front of a TV in the lobby of the building. We watched in silence the rain of smoking fragments, understanding fully that there was no chance for survivors. It was a very subdued class. Our professor had done some consulting for NASA and he started the class with the following statement, “You must understand that when you, as an Engineer, make mistakes, people can die.” It definitely stuck with me all of these years. — Rob ROy

I was teaching kindergarten when it happened. My students were in gym while I was watching it on TV in the teacher’s room. After they returned to class I sat them in a circle and explained why I was crying. I wonder if they remember it as vividly as I do. Years later I was teaching 5th grade. As an assignment I had my students research why their parents gave them their names. Christa found out she was named after the teacher astronaut. It touched her as much as it did me. — missfay10

Space shuttle launches had become so ‘routine” by 1986 that none of the broadcast networks even covered it live, only CNN did. I was anchoring the launch coverage with Mary Anne Loughlin and the then space reporter Tom Mintier, so it was we (CNN) who brought our countrymen the live coverage of the castastrophe. As the Challenger blew up, we were, simply, stunned into silence. Mintier stopped talking. We listened to the voice of Mission Control intone, “Obviously, a major malfunction.” There was simply nothing for any of us to say. We recovered quickly and went on to cover the disaster throughout the rest of the day and for days afterward. As we learned later of the cause (the faulty O-rings on the solid fuel rocket boosters), shuttle travel became safer, as it had following the 1967 (Apollo) launch pad fire and the disintegration of the Columbia on re-entry in 1993. That’s the way it’s supposed to work in a dangerous and pioneering endeavor. But on January 28, 1986, we were confused, saddened souls, looking for answers that were slow to come. —Bob Cain, CNN (retired)


 

Cops Start Acting Awkward And I Start To Worry


After a long and busy day, I’m going to say that my views are doing very well. I still thank everybody for commenting and checking my posts. At least what matters to me is that somebody reads and actually cares about my life. That’s what’s most important to me. So, anyways, homework was a ton today, along with loads of CCS during the day. I missed Language Arts because I slept in, and my mom woke me up around 8:31 AM. I grabbed my clothes on and withdrew Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and kept next to me during Science class just encase I might get bored and might be thinking about the book for a moment. For the 2nd semester of Earth Science, our Earth Science teacher announced that we will be studying throughout the semester based on water. Well, if you think about it, water doesn’t sound like something to really learn about throughout the whole semester. Well, our teacher gave us 50% of the kind of topics on Water we will be studying on throughout the semester. So, I had to write them down.

Condensation
Precipitation
-Rain
-Snow
-Sleet
-Hail
Evaporation
Collection Area
Water RunOff
Water Distribution
Water Collection Areas
Human Activity
Energy in the Water Cycle
Ocean Water
Ocean Salinity
-chlorine
-sodium
-magnesium
-sulfur
-calcium
-potassium
Ocean Salinity Map
Air Temperature on the Ocean
Ocean Temperature Varies by Depth
-Thermocline
Ocean Water Density
-Pycnocline
Ocean Layers
Salinity Affects Density
-Halocline
Ice Changes Salinity
-NaCI
Ocean Surface Topography
Ocean Currents
-Direction of the Wind
-Earth’s Rotation
-Earth’s Geography
-Temperature of the water
-Salinity of the water
-The topography of the sea floor
-Sea surface height
-The shape of the coastline
Surface Currents
-Gulf Stream
-Canaries Current
-Labrador Current
-Equatorial Current
-California Current
-Antarctic Circumpolar Current
Prevailing Winds and Surface Current
Coriolis Effect
Thermohaline Circulation
-Cryosphere
Downwelling and Upwelling
Convection Currents

It was a lot of work. But, I was able to note them down, thank God though I could write down the different currents for the Gulf Stream, since our teacher handed us a pdf. file of it. So, we didn’t have to worry about it. Well, school went on for a long time, along with the drilling outside. I went to go check on the cops, and turns out their acting very awkward now. They seem, well I don’t know scared. I’m starting to worry for them. What happened? I don’t know, so I went inside, and slept to myself. It was a good sleep though, let me tell you that.