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  • Dear Edwin,
    I personally believe it’s terrifying and awful because it’s hard enough that people have lost their work, but your writing makes it clear that it may be even worse that people of all ages are dying. I read that your friend Juan has got the lockdown virus and thank you for sharing this with us in quarantine.
    Rosa Zavala

  • Hello Milo
    In my opinion, I think that as more people come to Utah for a number of causes, this is a very common problem and even more so. I assume that, while not cost-effective, your article from SolutionsU provides a viable approach to the problem. I can also suggest that using more energy-efficient vehicles, carpooling more, using public…Read More

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    Education Reform

    In our society today, school reform is a significant factor. Its key aim is to improve and, thus, strengthen public education in terms of educational theory and reality. The reform of education centers on the performance of student achievement...

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    Students having hardships during the pandemic

    Aya Raji's "I Felt Like I Was Suffocating" post addresses the pandemic and how it has influenced the personality and mental health of teenagers. Social alienation has been a big concern and has been a product of anxiety and...

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    Ranching Innovation

    I read the article “If Ranching Wants to Survive Drought and Other Climate Hassles, It’s Time to Show Soil Some Love” by Michael Elizabeth Sakas for Colorado Public Radio. (https://nowcomment.com/documents/254000). The article discussed some of the problems created in the...

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    Outside Jail Life

    They fail to find help that means they don't end up back in jail after convicted prisoners are released from custody. This service helps former offenders find jobs and access schooling. The use of peer groups comprised of other...

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    Ending the violence for millions of young people

    The primary topic discussed in the article is the difficult conditions in which some kids tend to grow up and how it has a detrimental effect on their thought and emotions. How to reduce the relentless abuse to which certain...

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    First Impressions

    Picture this, you are preparing for a work interview, or at a new school for the first day. You pay particular attention to what your hair looks like, what you wear, how that morning you do your makeup. To...

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  • Dear Thomas,
    I delighted in perusing your post, “Electric Car Batteries,” since you bring up an issue that, to me, not numerous individuals conversation approximately, indeed in spite of the fact that it’s a broadly known subject. It’s an issue that no one can discover a practical arrangement to, but at least attempt to require a step in finding…Read More

  • Hello Thomas,
    I delighted in perusing your post, “Electric Car Batteries,” since you bring up an issue that numerous individuals conversation approximately, indeed in spite of the fact that it’s a broadly known subject. It’s an issue that no one can discover a practical arrangement to, but at the slightest attempt to require a step in finding…Read More

  • Dear Mbathio,
    I delighted in your lyric “Along Manhattan Avenue,” since it was exceptionally genuine and agreeable. One line that stands out for me is, “resulting in you molding yourself to fit into somebody else’s box labeled “perfect”. I think this line is exceptionally genuine, we are all anticipated to be a certain way concurring to other pe…Read More

  • Dear Nico,
    Your poem was entirely well composed, caught my eyes, I love it. I truly enjoyed the phrasing you utilized as such as music, plaza, love, and more since it brings symbolism into the reader’s heads. As I examined your sonnet I felt like I was Mexico within the pueblo of San Miguel. I like how you said colorful and bright as Mexico c…Read More

  • Hello Lydia, your post caught my interest and I concur along with your explanations that it is the obligation of people to act to save creatures from going extinct. I think that the prove merely utilized is important and includes your contention. I like how you included a few fundamental reasons why creatures are going terminated. I concur…Read More

  • Hello Paige,
    I like how you presented this web journal post with a solid sentence to urge the reader’s attention. I concur along with your point that numerous individuals are ignorant of the mistreatment that’s taking put towards Christians around the world. You employ solid prove and an assortment of sources to back your claim. Furthermore,…Read More

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    Do you absolutely take school seriously?

    Imagine life in a deprived household having a poor family living in a bad environment in which you're not going to school because of covid 19. A lot of children around the world are leaving school but not for...

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  • Dear Cynthia,
    I agree with your post on “Are Driverless Cars A Good Idea?” Driverless vehicles will surely be great to have in our society, they would certainly boost in certain ways. But it may still be a terrible idea. We never know how machines would behave, or when they might break or crash. It’s to say I stick to the positive better than…Read More

  • Dear Cynthia,
    I agree with your post on this topic. Driverless vehicles will surely be great to have, they would certainly boost in certain ways. But it may still be a terrible idea, on the other hand. We never know how machines would behave, or when they might break or crash. It’s to say I stick to the positive better than the bad. I assume…Read More

  • Dear Diana:
    I am surprised with your post, “Are monkeys taking over Thailand?” because the monkeys were living fine then got adapted to tourists giving them food. Now that covid hit bad they are also having trouble finding food. The monkeys are now coming to the city and being aggressive with all people.
    One sentence you wrote that stands out…Read More

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    What do you think about robot creatures?

    Imagine in the future living, and experiencing robot creatures. A U.S.-based technology firm has developed animatronic bottlenose dolphins that can swim in saltwater and respond to human movements. Those robots can live longer and are easier to maintain than...

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    • Dear Rosa:
      I was very intrigued by your post, “What do you think about robot creatures,” because it is impressive how much technology the U.S has to make these type of robot animals. These robot creatures can be something that can help out on the long run. Although, you mention that they would use these robot creatures in marine parks for entertainment. It would have a better use if they used these robot animals to find out more about the ocean or just to help the environment in general. The fact that they are creating these robot animals in marine parks for entertainment is actually a good idea, because that would mean the real sea animals would be able to live in the ocean again and be free. This was a very interesting and great post thank you for writing this and I will be looking forward to seeing what you write about next.
      -Litzy

    • Dear Rosa
      I really like your post, “What do you think about robot creatures,” because it is interesting in how much technology the U.S uses it to make these robots. I also think that when making these robots they should take them to the opción to find out more about and to see new creatures people never seen before. Although, you mention that they would use these robot creatures in marine parks for entertainment I thinks it’s something good because like that the animal would not be in danger and they could live happily free in the ocean .I really hope to see more of this type of post or if not a different kind of topic I really like all your topics you post .
      -lizbeth

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    Are you Ready to 'Say I Do'?

    In many states, there are rules that permit people to get married at a young age, and in some states, there is no minimum age to get married. "A girl named Skyler was 16 years old when her mother...

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    Movie popcorn at home?

    Many movie theaters have been closed for months—and the popcorn is piling up. People have been eating plenty of the microwavable version of the snack while stuck at home during the pandemic, but theater popcorn comes from different suppliers....

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    • Dear Rosa,

      I am intrigued by your post because it gets me thinking about all the ways our society is connected. It’s being sold directly to consumers who are stuck at home and moving exercising less.

    • Dear Rosa,
      I am interested in your post because I usually bought popcorn at movie theaters and never thought about what would happen if they shut down. I think the farmers should try and sell the kernels to grocery stores or something.
      One thing you said that stands out for me is: “enough to fill about 80 million tubs” I think this is sad, because the farmers main source of income is probably from movie theaters buying their popcorn but now that movie theaters are shut down there is nothing they can really do about it.

      Thanks for your post.

    • Dear Rosa:
      I am fascinated by your post, “Movie Popcorn at Home,” because It shows how we are all connected to each other and how companies are trying to even the situation brought by covid.
      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “Those farmers now have a huge surplus on their hands, enough to fill about 80 million popcorn tubs.” I think this is important because it shows how much of a surplus farmers have and now they must find different ways to sell their products to consumers.
      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because of your insight to to world being connected together.
      Ashley

    • Dear Rosa:
      I am Intrigued by your post, “Movie popcorn at home?,” because… It’s a topic I would have never thought of. It’s something new and gave me a true perspective of how these farmers are dealing and are storing popcorn.

      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “Many movie theaters have been closed for months—and the popcorn is piling up.” I think this is brilliant because… After I read this sentence I wanted to know more. Questions started forming in my brain like yea, what has happened to the popcorn they use in movies? Where has it been put?

      Another sentence that I liked was: “so Preferred Popcorn, one of the largest movie theater popcorn companies, devised a creative solution: It’s selling the popcorn directly to consumers online.” This stood out for me because… These farmers weren’t gonna sit around and let the popcorn dry, They took action. (Even if the selling might not work as good as it did in the movie theaters) They started selling there popcorn. And getting it out there.

      I do agree with you that… Something has to be done. And showcasing this will spread “awareness” One reason I say this is… These farmers are suffering and they need support as well. Another reason I agree with you is… People need to know. That’s it, They just do.

      So Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because… This issue is something most people would have never thought of. Including me, but after reading this. You gave me an opportunity to see things differently. It’s not just the theaters closing, it’s all the people working behind the scenes and providing things for our viewing pleasure.
      They lost things as well.

    • Dear Rosa,
      I am intrigued by your post because I want to learn more about food.
      One thing you said that stands out for me is: “Those farmers now have a huge surplus on their hands, enough to fill about 80 million popcorn tubs.” I think this is interesting because of how corn there is.

      Your post reminds me of something that happened to my friend. One time he brought some popcorn for a movie and he told me it tasted like the popcorn from the movie theaters. When he said that I was looking at him with a confused look on my face because I was wondering how can you tell the difference between regular and movie theater popcorn.

      Thanks for your project. I look forward to seeing what you write next because…

    • Dear Rosa,

      I really enjoyed reading what you wrote. I thought the topic that you chose was very interesting because it is not a common topic talked about. I myself think that movie theatre popcorn is always better than popcorn made at home. I find it cool that you can purchase it and have it made at your house. However, the option of getting movie theatre popcorn at your house really takes away from the idea of going to the movie theatres. I say this because, most movies are being released so you can purchase them at home and not leave your house, and if you can get the popcorn now too at home. Are the movie theatres ever going to recover? Or will we slowly start seeing them faze out?

    • Dear, Rosa,

      I Totally agree with your ¨Movie popcorn at home¨ post Because I also know how many popcorn companies are making excess popcorn and they don’t know what to do with it. And I liked the idea they had about selling it online in massive amounts. One of your sentences that stands out to me is ¨Now anyone who craves the popcorn they’d get at the snack counter can buy a 50-pound bag of kernels to make at home.¨ I think that this was a pretty decent idea they had to sell kernels online so they wouldn’t just be producing them for no reason. Thanks for your really Interesting post I am really looking forward to what your future post topics will be about.

      Sincerely,
      Bryan N

    • It is crazy how many things are impacted. I mean who would have thought, popcorn! I think that even after everything ends with the virus, people are seeing that they don’t need to go to the movie theater and they can get all the snacks they would get there else were for much cheaper and enjoy them in the comfort of their own home. With the rising numbers of Americans with very large flatscreen TV’s and surround sound, it seems like movie theaters aren’t going to be as popular as they were before.

    • Dear Rosa
      I am interested in your post ¨ movie popcorn at home because its a topic i wouldn’t have thought of it.I believe that doing popcorn at home is way better because like that you can save money and not waste money just for one bag of it. I also think that when people eat at home popcorn it’s way better than eating it in the theater because at home you can put as much popcorn as you want and you can has whatever you want.

      Thanks for posting this it really was a good topic hope to see more topics that are really good like this one which really caught my attention.

      sincerely,Lizbeth

  • Dear Alondra,
    I am intrigued to your post and i agree that there should be paid sick days because you mentioned, ”Paid sick days are a benefit that companies of all sizes use to attract the best employees.” In these moments is when we need to get paid for sick days because we are having a difficult times and were not use to this situation.
    Sincerely Rosa

  • Dear Zhelanea,
    I agree that young adults should vote they also need to be heard take their opinions in. Yes, i also agree there are some people don’t want to vote for personal reasons; and they should be forced to do it. Thanks for your post it’s very interesting to know more from voting.

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    Dear Litzy,
    I am intrigued to your post and i agree that there should be paid sick days because you mentioned, ” I believe that paid sick days are very important especially because of the circumstances we are in at the moment.” In these moments is when we need to get paid for sick days because we are having a difficult times and were not use to…Read More

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    Hawaii’s Lava Waterfall

    Every day since December, the Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii has spewed thousands of gallons of red-hot lava into the Pacific Ocean. The water around the lava becomes so hot—2,000 degrees Fahrenheit—that even microscopic creatures can’t survive, and ash from...

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    • Dear Rosa,
      I was very intrigued by your post “Hawaii’s Lava Waterfalls” because I did not know how helpful a volcano can be for the marine life. The fact that these volcanoes help the marine life even at the degrees the lava is , amazes me. Although the eruption can kill many fish and birds nearby the ash created helps the tiny plants float and feed on the ash. Which is all part of the food chain which involves us as well, because it describes how energy and nutrients move through an ecosystem.
      Learning about this was something new and I am looking forward for your future posts.
      -Litzy

    • Dear Rosa,
      I was very interested in your post “Hawaiis Lava Waterfalls” because I saw that eruptions from volcanoes had a negative outcome and positive outcome to it. Such as the negative outcome is that if it erupts it could kill nearby fish and birds. The thing is though that the positive outcome when it cools down tiny plants are formed which is what allows fish to feed on which then continues on the food chain. Which means that it is very good for the ecosystem in a way and not always negative.

    • Hello rosa, I do like the post about the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii. even if god´s creation can be the end of any life, it does birth new ones as well. Everything has its natural positives and negatives and none of us can change that all. That´s what good to see in life.

    • Hey Rosa,
      I really found your post about the Hawaiiś Lava Waterfall important since it is something that can be spread quickly around the world. This was important since it did reach the Pacific Ocean and what if many animals died due to this fast rupturing Lava.
      I would like to know more about what occurs when the Lava hits the oceans and the effects it may cause the world. Is there any way this may be stopped before it damages more land?

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    Why is China Flooding?

    Having brought the coronavirus that may have originated within its borders largely under control, China began struggling with a new crisis this summer: flooding. Unusually heavy rains—more than double the seasonal average—wreaked havoc in central and southern areas of the...

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    • This was a very well written article. I didn’t know that China is flooding and this article was very informing. I agree that climate change may be the problem due to major changing across the world.

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    5-Second Rule

    Everyone has dropped some food on the floor and still wanted to eat it. You may want to think twice about eating that candy you dropped on the floor. No matter how fast you pick up fallen food, you’ll...

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    • I see where your going but can you fix’s the typing because on the right side the words are covered.

    • Dear Rosa,
      I am interested in your post because I’ve always hated people doing the 5 second rule. Its just very unsanitary.
      One thing you said that stands out for me is: “You may want to think twice about eating that candy you dropped on the floor” I think this is interesting because you chose to focus on Candy.
      Your post reminds me of something that happened to me. One time this little girl drop her lollipop on the floor and she picked it back up. Her mom told her to not do it because the floor is dirty. The little girl procced to wipe the lollipop on her brother’s shirt.
      Thanks for your project. I look forward to seeing what you write next because this topic was very intriguing to me. Hopefully you can make more research on this topic.

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    Are dogs pets or meals?

    Dog meat is considered a delicacy in parts of China, but there's growing opposition to it. This year, amid pressure from animal rights groups and the rising number of Chinese who keep dogs as pets, the government issued a one-week...

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    • I agree with you that dogs are pets not meals, but I also understand that people’s views differ between countries. For example here in America as well as other countries we eat beef, but in places like India cows are seen as holy and it is illegal to eat them. We shouldn’t judge people for the way they choose to live their lives and as long as they aren’t stolen pets, and are humanely killed they should be left to eat what they choose to eat.

    • Dear Rosa :
      I enjoyed your post, “Are dogs pets or meals?,” because although mostly seen as pets, others in other countries see them as food.
      One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “People in some countries, like China, are killing dogs for meals, not keeping them as pets.” I think this is informative because although it is true, we don’t know their situation, and we do not know if they are killing dogs for necessity.
      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next.
      Diana Zuniga

    • Dear rosa, I liked your posts about the article of ¨are dogs pet or meals¨ because I did not this would something to think about or why people would choose dogs to be a meal. One sentence that you wrote that stands out to me is ¨I believe that dogs shouldn’t be killed for meals.¨ I truly agree with you because dogs were never meant to be a meal they were meant to have a pet there and for them to have a life as well not for them to have a life just so it can be taken away.
      Dulce cardona

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    What are the highest pandemic pastimes in the USA?

    This chart shows the most Googled hobbies in each state during the Covid-19 pandemic. Streaming movies and TV shows were the most popular pastime, taking up 35 percent of Internet searches. Which of these activities have you spent the most time on during lockdown?

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  • Rosa commented on the post, Car Accidents

    Dear Jennifer,
    Young people and adults need to take driving seriously and be really careful of the movements they do while driving. And follow driving instructions because it’s for their proper good.
    Sincerely, Rosa Zavala

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    Have you ever wondered if you could choose your child's talent?

    What if parents could customize a baby much like choosing a car, selecting attributes like eye color, size, and the ability to run fast? It sounds fiction but the reality might not be as far off as you think. In...

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    • Dear Rosa,
      I am interested in your post because I have heard about the possibility of gene manipulation becoming more popular in animals and possibly humans in the future. I feel like there are many different opinions having to do with this matter, ranging from believing it is a good idea and will benefit the future population of our world to thinking that it is extremely immoral and will ultimately have danger effects on people.

      Something you said that caught my attention is that “those changes [of the DNA] are passed on to subsequent generations meaning they will affect not just a single baby, but all of the baby’s descendants too.” I think this is a very important piece of information, and brings up a good point for the argument that if the edited embryo causes dangers and disorders for the baby, it will also have these detrimental effects on all of its future generations.

      Your post reminds me of a discussion that I had in a class last year, but I can’t remember which class it was. I do remember thinking that this topic is intriguing and involves a lot of controversy whether or not it is right or wrong. I think that it is a bad idea to start spreading the popularity of editing human embryos. If it’s malfunctioning right now, that’s not a good sign for scientists succeeding in making it 100% safe for people.

      Thanks for sharing your ideas! I enjoyed reading this post 🙂

    • Dear Rosa,
      I am interested in your post because it brings up a very controversial topic. This issue is very prevalent in today’s world because of the implications it could have on humanity’s idea of children, genetics, and more. It could even impact the dynamics within families, as it is very unknown territory.
      One thing you said that stands out for me is: “ Another issue is that when an embryo is edited, those changes are passed on to subsequent generations meaning they will affect not just a single baby, but all of the baby’s descendants too.” I think this is incredibly important for this topic because it shows the long-lasting impact of gene editing. The effects are permanent and effect real people, who are more than just experiments and will lead lives. The descendants of the baby who had genetic editing will then continue to spread the altered gene, thus altering the traits of many people. This has the potential to go very badly.
      Your post reminds me of something that happened to me. One time in Biology class we tried to use CRISPR to edit a gene. Even though our attempt failed, it was important because we learned how important this technology is becoming. More research is being done on it everyday and it is increasingly becoming more refined.
      Thanks for your project. I look forward to seeing what you write next because this was very interesting to read. It has a lot of good information to get readers to do more research and it brings up a topic that many may not have heard of previously.

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    Dear Evelyn,
    I am intrigued by your post it’s very sad and i like where you mentioned that “algunas personas lo tienen todo y aun así se quejan…” This is very heart touching post because your family got separated and you had to leave everything behind to begin a new better life. And yes some people have it all but don’t treasure it and use it…Read More

  • Dear Lezly,
    I am intrigued with your post it grabbed my attention, and it’s very surprising. I like the part where you said ” I am very happy because now we are all together.” Yes, family is everything and being separated from the ones you love is very harsh i can imagine how you felt. And i’m very happy for you and your family that are now…Read More

  • Rosa commented on the post, Sueña pero no te duermas

    Dear Rosa,
    I am intrigued to your post it really grabbed my attention. I like the part where you said “you must also know how to get up stronger.” This helps me that when i fall i shouldn’t give up easily instead i will keep fighting to reach my goals with or without help and support of others.

    Sincerely Rosa

  • Dear Ashley,
    I am intrigued by your post because one thing you said that stands out for me is “ Its best if both work and do housework… “ This is a good thing why covid-19 happen both husband and wife can work together and this is a great chance for both to work fairly and in a teamwork. Thank you for sharing your post. I look forward to see…Read More

  • Dear Monserrat,

    I am fascinated by your post because one thing you said that catched my attention was “ keeping your distance around those who you have no contact with, keeping sanitizer close after touching something. “ This post is like a reminder to everyone to keep a safe distance and to always sanitize things before touching them and to…Read More

  • Dear diana,
    Your post grabbed my attention and i took my time to read it. Your post is very interesting and it amazed me that we could travel virtually. i always wanted to travel around the world but like covid-19 started i haven’t had another chance travel, but sooner i will. I like the way you structured your post and how you gaved much…Read More

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    Will a plastic straw ban actually be effective when it comes to saving our oceans and environment?

    Plastic straws may help you drink without spilling, but the long-term costs are to high. Americans use 500 million drinking straws each day. When they are thrown away, they pollute our landfills and oceans. Marine animals sometimes mistake the...

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    • Dear Rosa, I agree that we have to be willing to give up certain things and use fewer single-use plastics to save our planet! Though for straws, I have seen opposition from the disabled community. Some disabled people with limited motor skills and such can’t drink without a straw, and plastic seems to be the most convenient type; paper straws may dissolve in hot liquids, and metal and silicon straws aren’t very flexible or easy to position. I saw a few videos about it, and it was something I really hadn’t thought about before, so it was pretty interesting to learn about.

    • Dear Rosa,
      I am interested in the argument you present regarding the effectiveness of a ban on plastic straws because I also believe the same, that not using plastic straws is not an end but a beginning. The last point that you make, “Passing more laws to ban plastic straws will not solve [the] problem, but it is a good first step” is interesting because a lot of people think that not using plastic straws is a good measure, and the only measure they should take. All over social is the slogan “save the turtles” which has caused many teenagers to use plastic straws. However this Stanford article (https://earth.stanford.edu/news/do-plastic-straws-really-make-difference#gs.jfeyey) states that plastic straws are a mere 1 percent of the problem when it comes to ocean pollution. Teenagers today think they are doing the world a favor by using say paper or metal straws, when in reality, the problem requires much more effort. Your argument will cause other teenagers on this cite to question the steps they take towards preventing ocean pollution. Thank you for writing, and I hope you dive further into the topic for another one of your posts because there is so much to uncover about the effectiveness of a ban on plastic straws.

    • Dear Rosa, I really like how you mentioned the high cost of straws but the long term effect they put on the earth. Since they are used so much each day this means that of course there is a mass production of straws. Pollution on earth increases and it ends up hurting marine life. The plastic invades their home and the animals don’t know any better and end up eating the plastic or getting hurt by the plastic. “Save the turtles” is just one of the slogans that is used to support this cause and stop using plastic straws. So implementing little rules in restaurants that limit the amount of straws that go out, making it really good first step. It also is getting more popular to use metal reusable straws, and using paper straws in restaurants as an alternative. Learning more about the dangers of straws is very interesting, thank you for sharing! I hope to hear more information about this topic soon.

      -Litzy

    • Dear Rosa,
      I’m interested in your post, “Will a plastic straw ban actually be effective when it comes to saving our oceans and environment?” because it mentions the negative effects of plastic staws to the environment. As well as what we’re doing as a whole to fix these pollution issues.

      Something you wrote that stands out to me is: ” It’s okay for people to be attached to using straws, but there are good alternatives to plastic ones. People can buy paper or steel straws to carry with them.” I find that the alternative of using paper straws isn’t really comparable since paper is made from trees, then the reduction of trees caused by paper straws makes air worse. Technically, it’s not making the environment any better. I believe metal straws would help instead by a large margin. Ultimately, I think the fact that alternatives are being made is great.

      Thanks for your writing. I hope to see what interesting topics you bring up next because this cleared a lot up for me. I enjoy gaining an understanding of topics that I wasn’t as informed of.

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    Could humans eventually live on Mars?

    Going to Mars is a serious topic. Space experts are debating all over the world whether we humans should go to Mars or not. We believe that going to Mars is a bad idea. For instance, it is very...

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    • Dear Rosa,
      I am very intrigued by your post because I never thought scientists would want humans in mars. I agree with you that humans going to mars is such a bad idea, it’s very dangerous. Although humans going could accomplish their main focus and look for what exactly they are looking for it is still a big risk. Maybe sending robots should just be their main focus because it wouldn’t be affecting humans and we could learn new things about the atmosphere in mars.
      -Litzy

    • i believe that sending robots should just be the government’s main focus because it wouldn’t be affecting us and we could learn new things about the atmosphere in mars. I also liked the way you explained it and also that you were realistic. Although humans going to mars they can accomplish their main focus and look for what exactly they are looking for it is still a huge disadvantage and risk they are willing to take when we should take extra precaution.

    • Space experts from all over the world are trying to figure out if going to Mars is a good idea to do. They don’t think it is a good idea to go to Mars yet because of Mars’ thin atmosphere. They think humans are not ready to go to Mars because of all the things that happen there still. If they don’t want to send humans to Mars then they will send robots to Mars because they have been a big part of exploring Mars.
      Some people think that sending humans to Mars is a bad idea because of all the sand storms. They also think that if they send humans to Mars they will get cancer or even go brain dead. If they do send humans to Mars than us humans are gonna accomplish a lot of stuff and who knows what will happen with further exploration in the future.

  • Rosa commented on the post, Gun violence

    Dear Robert
    Your story really touched me. I am very disappointed with the people in your city how they handle gun violence because they could be doing a better job preventing gun problems. I believe a step towards stopping gun violence would be by making a law where you could have it at a specific age. Young people shouldn’t use guns noradults.…Read More

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