Fusion: The Future of Energy or Just An Experiment? By Silas Eaton

Recently, scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have performed a fusion experiment in which more energy was produced by a fusion reaction than was put into starting the reaction. This is a breakthrough that has many in the field of nuclear physics ecstatic. The gaining of energy from a fusion reaction has been promised … More Fusion: The Future of Energy or Just An Experiment? By Silas Eaton

Chess By Evelyn Murphy

Chess.com is blocked. This is a simple fact, but it’s new information for Miles Robinson. He just typed “chess.com” into the search bar of his school computer, but the site is not loading. “Seriously?” he mutters to himself. “What is it?” Miles’s friend, Forrest, asks. Miles motions towards his computer. “Chess.com is blocked. How am … More Chess By Evelyn Murphy

My Antarctica Adventure By Makayla Ferrell

Our Antarctica adventure began in the early morning of December 17, 2022, by driving toDulles Airport where we caught our flight to Miami, Florida. After a short layover, we boardedour 9-hour flight from Miami to Buenos Aries Argentina. We arrived in Buenos Aries earlymorning, claimed our baggage, and checked into our hotel. The world cup … More My Antarctica Adventure By Makayla Ferrell

Nuclear Power: A Safe, Clean Source of Energy By Silas Eaton

When some hear the words nuclear power, they immediately run away. This opinion is not unsubstantiated. The nuclear accidents of Chernobyl, Ukraine, and Fukushima, Japan have often left the public to deem nuclear power as unnecessary. However, nuclear power might just be one of the tools that could save humanity from the extreme effects of … More Nuclear Power: A Safe, Clean Source of Energy By Silas Eaton