Can the earth really be flat? Find out all of the ideas that compile the flat earth theory in this installment of Koalaty Science.
GMOs have recently seen a lot of hate because they are “unnatural,” but they may have uses to help feed the world and help us meet production quotas.
Bicameralism. One of the most interesting ideas of this day and age. It is the idea that before 3,000 years ago, all humans were unconscious and controlled by only hallucinations in their heads that they believed to be the “voices of deities”. How did this idea come about and is it even valid? Find out in this installment of Koalaty Science.
Binders have been a common way of transporting papers and books in schools for decades. Recently however, more people are switching to carrying everything in their backpacks. Why is this shift occurring and what are the benefits of one type over another?
Dogs. The animals that spend the most time studying humans and our behavior. So why then, don’t we spend the most time studying dogs? Dogs know more about us than even our best friends do.
Seagulls, long time members of Fountain Valley High School, have nearly disappeared from campus. Where are all of these Seagulls going and what is causing this drastic decline in the birds that have made FVHS their home?
When the majority of humans view the animal kingdom, they see inferior beings that are less smart than themselves. This sort of thinking makes humans feel unique and special, but it is also a complete lie that humanity has been telling itself for centuries.
Your body is home to millions of bacteria that use it as their home. You are only made up of about 10% human cells, meaning that bacteria are what make us unique and help us to survive. Learn all about your biome’s inhabitants in this installment of Koalaty Science.
FVHS is home to a lot of students, but is it too much? Overcrowding is a global trend and it is affecting public high schools such as our own as well. In this article, we will explore student to classroom ratios to see if FVHS is a victim of this global trend.
What would happen if all the plants in the world were to die? We are on a trend towards deforestation of about 13 million hectares a year, so this question must be brought up. Fortunately, plants that perform artificial photosynthesis are being developed. Find out on this installment of Koalaty Science.