Each time your cells divide, you age. You may not know it, but thousands of your cells are constantly dying off every minute, causing you to get older and older. This process of aging however, can possibly be reversed with a highly controversial method of elongating telomeres. This process has the potential to being the foundations to an “eternal life” and could change science forever.
Opinion pieces from the Baron Banner staff concerning current events, student issues, and controversy.
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.
Many classrooms put participation as a grade, but should it really be implemented at all?
New surveys and research done at Fountain Valley High School shows a correlation between classroom seating arrangements, and the style of learning and teaching in that classroom.
In the wake of International Week, flags of different countries have been posted across the front of the 200 building by ASB. Yet, in the […]
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Once more, AP tests are just around the corner and FVHS students have recently bought their exams. But are the costs of the AP tests […]
by guest writer Perry Meas Today, Darfur, Sudan is as worse off as it was six years ago when the Save Darfur Coalition started to […]
Three years ago, Chris Brown was arrested on the charge of domestic abuse. Fast forward up to about three weeks ago, Chris Brown was invited […]