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October 25, 2017
All unsubmitted Quarter 1 assignments are due by 2:20PM on October 30, 2017.

October 1, 2017
Any students interested in receiving a college recommendation from me needs to ask me before October 6th. I am approaching the limit of recommendations I will write each year. Before you ask me to write the recommendation you should read the following link. http://www.croomphysics.com/index.php?p=recommendation.

August 8, 2017
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  2. Tap the Share button.
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  1. In Chrome on your android mobile device, go to http://www.croomphysics.com.
  2. Tap the menu button.
  3. Tap "Add to Homescreen".
  4. Enter a name for the shortcut.
Firefox -
  1. In Firefox on your android mobile device, go to http://www.croomphysics.com.
  2. Tap the menu button.
  3. Tap "Page options."
  4. Tap "Add to Home Screen".


August 8, 2017
If anyone finds websites that should be added to the links section of www.croomphysics.com please e-mail me at jcroom@npsd.org



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A New Recipe for Counting Cranberries
11/22/2017 06:30 PM
Estimating cranberry harvests involves tedious hand counting. But microwave analysis could change all that. Christopher Intagliata reports.

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How Fit Is Bitcoin?
11/21/2017 05:50 PM
A new analysis treats bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies as species in an evolutionary model—and finds bitcoin has no selective advantage. Christopher Intagliata reports.

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Salmon Sex Changes Entire Landscape
11/20/2017 04:44 PM
Salmon excavate streambed holes in which to lay eggs, setting off a chain of events that has surprisingly large geographical effects.  

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Ancient 1 Percenters Were Beast-Based
11/17/2017 04:20 PM
New World societies long ago likely had less income inequality than those in the Old World, and the difference might have been an oxen gap. Christopher Intagliata reports.

-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com





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