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Introduction to Soil Science: The Best Way to Put It

Sometimes I read articles and books or watch documentaries and I always wonder what is the best way to translate what I'm learning. I find most of anything in nature and natural sciences (if you care to split those--I don't, but I understand that they sometimes elicit two different concepts) fascinating beyond measure, like concurrent … Continue reading Introduction to Soil Science: The Best Way to Put It

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Free Cornell Lectures at a Computer Near You

I'm not sure what possesses me to search some of the things that I search for on the internet, but one is an exciting discovery and applicable to a studious effort toward the United Nation's¬†International Year of Soils. Cornell Transnational Learning: a YouTube channel offering full lectures of semester courses, symposiums, and forums from Cornell … Continue reading Free Cornell Lectures at a Computer Near You

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Soil Science in the Education System

Caution: this considers the North American education systems as I am yet to have enough perspective to write on behalf of another part of the world on this topic. Often I have asked myself why formal education requires the classes that they do from first grade to twelfth grade. Why the precise combination of English, … Continue reading Soil Science in the Education System