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Demarcus Briers

I am a Biology major at Prairie View A&M University . I am also a Spanish Language minor and Chemistry Minor. I currently design and program utilizing C++, CSS , Javascript, and PHP. When I graduate I intend on going to a graduate school where I will be able to incorporate computer science and biology. In the meantime I will be living and learning as a college student(the fun part).

Can Synesthesia Reveal We Dont See The Same Colors

blue strawberry

Have you glared at the sunset in the horizon wondering if the blue sky you see is the color red to someone else. Your friends or neighbors might see a red sky but learned to call it the color blue.  Strawberries, Mars, and blood might be the color you recognize as blue. A scientific experiment with monkeys and a rare …

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The Central Dogma Of Biology

If you are going to study Biology then you most likely want to know what is the single most important concept in Biology. What central theme links all research studies of plants, flies, bacteria, and humans together? Answer: The Central Dogma The Central Dogma Image By GODSBiology (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons] The Central Dogma was first stated by …

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Sochi Olympic Torch Live on The Space Station

Live streaming video by Ustream Two Russian cosmonauts will carry the Olympic torch when they venture outside the International Space Station Saturday, Nov. 9, for a six-hour spacewalk to perform maintenance work on the orbiting laboratory. NASA Television will provide live coverage of the spacewalk beginning at 9 a.m. EST.[8am CST,GMT 1400] Expedition 37 Flight Engineers Oleg Kotov and Sergey …

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Ionic vs Covalent Bonds in Cells

In Biology the cell is typically thought of as the smallest functional unit that all tissues and organs are made of. Covalent Bonds If you look inside of any cell you will see they are made of water, proteins, fatty acids, sugars, and nucleic acids (DNA). These macromolecules allows cells to make energy, reproduce themselves, and communicate with other cells. …

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The Research Powerhouse You Never Hear About

Baylor Possible

Baylor College of Medicine today begins an extensive brand campaign to highlight its achievements and vision in education, research, healthcare and community service. “Scientists throughout the world recognize us as a research powerhouse. Our patients know us as having the top specialists in treating disease. Students hope for acceptance into our highly ranked programs, and the community relies on our …

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The Moon’s Most Valuable Resource: Dirt

Dirt on The Moon - Regolith

The Moon’s environment consists of a combination of atmospheric, thermal, meteoroids, radiation, magnetic field, and gravitational field mechanisms. If humans want a feasible lunar base we should look at the resources already on the moon to protect future lunar inhabitants. The Lunar Shield Lunar regolith or soil can be used to shield a lunar station and it’s inhabitants from the …

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How to Stay in Your Dream Longer


During most dreams, sleepers are not even aware that they are dreaming, no matter how absurd or eccentric their dreams are until the moment they are about to wake up. After years of lucid dreaming and returning to my dreams, here is a list of techniques I have tried and how difficult they were to thrust myself back into my …

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Hurricane Forecast For Alien Moon Titan

Titan is one of the top locations for possible alien life in our solar system. Not only does it have large seas and rivers  (although not made of water), Titan has a very active weather cycle that might turn violet pretty soon. According to NASA, “Saturn’s moon Titan might be in for some wild weather as it heads into its …

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