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Vol. LXIV, No. 10
 
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
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A forum for Princeton residents to express opinions about local and national issues

Question of the Week:

“What is it about science that you like?”
(Asked at Saturday’s Science Bowl Competition at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.)

 

“Science is the advancement for the future; we have been do-ing this for thousands of years now; it is help to humankind.”

Alex Jin, Princeton


“I like how science explains things. Science quantifies things as simple as air to things that are as complex and profound as dark matter, things we can’t really explain in the normal parameters of daily life.”

Harry Kioko, Princeton


“I like science because it helps to explain things you may not know. Everything can be explained by science.”

Jeremy Peterson, Princeton

 

“There are always advancements in science. If there is some-thing that is a barrier between religion and science, science usually has a theory that is proven right. And, there are always new things to learn in science.”

Stephen Clark, Princeton


“I like how it is in every thing in daily life; you can look out-side at the clouds, sky, trees — it is all science. There is a scientific explanation for everything that happens. It is really interesting to look at all that stuff. Science is everywhere!”

Iona Binnie, Princeton


“I like science because it is awesome. I get to learn about why things happen in nature and other interesting things. Science can be either very simple or very complicated. There is always something that you can learn.”

Elena Wu-Yan, Princeton


“Learning about the world around me and being able to make more connections to what I see in my everyday life. I like learning and being able to apply my knowledge.”

Enric Boix, Princeton

 


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