We work with Canada’s top research institutes to present a coast-to-coast open house and festival that is FREE for everyone. Over the past few months we hosted four scholars along with two other students taking part in research projects with four faculty members. This annual celebration of our students’ faculty-mentored independent scholarship has always included a strong showing from our science students. Almost everyone on board are scientists so there was lots of interesting projects being discussed on the flight.
The students read, discuss, and complete projects on topics in agriculture, anthropology, archaeology, architecture, astronomy, biology, climate studies, earth science, forestry, genetics, linguistics, materials science, medicine, navigation, and zoology. What the institution of religion could not achieve for them with all its bloody and violent ways, they achieved by treacherously abusing the institution of science without causing a ripple.
I surveyed teachers to find out what some of their favorite …