• Participants Group I• Perla Martínez Morales• Karianne Ramírez Torres• Nicole Ríos Antongiorgi• Carlene Ramos Rodríguez• Laura Vélez Cotte• Nataly Zaragoza Rodríguez Leonides Morales High School
Participants Group II• Arelis Nuñez Santiago• Janilie Rodriguez Alameda• Vicmary Vargas Vargas• José D. Rodriguez Zapata• Crystal N. Garcia Cruz• Esteban U. Martinez Irizarry Leonides Morales High School
Judges• Ana Rosario Mulero – Physics teacher with an English teaching certificate• Cynthia Delgado - English teacher 12th grade• Evelyn Rivera –English teacher 11th grade• Joanna Toro–English teacher 11th grade Leonides Morales High School
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400 Points Question The Bermudas TriangleRichard McIver explanation of the frequent events of the Bermuda Triangle was:• A. That there is hydrate and methane in the area causing danger to anything nearby.• B. That there is metalloids and actinides in the area causing danger to everything near.• C. The presences of Alkaline earth metals• causes the disturbance in the area.
400 Points Answer The Bermudas Triangle• A. That there is hydrate and methane in the area causing danger to anything nearby.
500 Points Question The Bermudas Triangle• In the sentence “no matter whether you choose to believe in one myth or other, or a combination, or simply believe the Bermuda Triangle is nothing more than a lot of hype.” hype means:• A. publicity, propaganda• B. lies, fib• C. dishonest, untruth
500 Points Answer The Bermudas Triangle• A. publicity, propaganda
600 Points Question The Bermudas Triangle• In the sentence “His theory was that to the north of the Bermuda Triangle huge landslides occur on the continental shelf, which results in large stones and sludge falling rapidly to the sea floor. “ Sludge means:• A. trash• B. mud• C. giant rocks
600 Points Answer The Bermudas Triangle• B. mud
200 Points Question Lucid Dreams• The term “Lucid dreams” was coined by___________who used the word "lucid" in the sense of mental clarity.• A. Francisco Bonaparte• B. Frederik van Eeden• C. Frederick Van Helen
200 Points Answer Lucid Dreams• B. Frederik van Eeden
400 Points Question Lucid Dreams• What is “in vivo desensitization?• A . a treatment used to create a sensitive atmosphere to the dreamer.• B. a treatment where people are exposed while awake to what may be haunting them in their sleep.• C. a treatment to create an atmosphere full of exciting adventures .
400 Points Answer Lucid Dreams• B. a treatment where people are exposed while awake to what may be haunting them in their sleep.
600 Points Question Lucid Dreams• In the sentence “As they are drifting off to sleep”, drifting means:• A. move from one condition to another• B. to carry• C. to transform a dream from good to evil
600 Points Answer Lucid Dreams• A. move from one condition to another
800 Points Question Lucid Dreams• Three techniques used by therapist to reduce nightmares are:• A. Interpersonal Interventions , live dissemination and dream formation• B. Performance involvement, in vivo dream maker and dream formation• C. Behavioral interventions, in vivo desensitization and dream incubation.
800 Points Answer Lucid Dreams• C. Behavioral interventions, in vivo desensitization and dream incubation.
200 Points Question Carbon Footprint• In the following sentence “Can the soul subdue the ego; can we unmask our human lies? Subdue means:• A. restrain, suppress or hold back.• B. desire• C. to reverse or erase
200 Points Answer Carbon Footprint• A. restrain, hold back
400 Point Question Carbon Footprint• Greenhouse gases include:• A. water vapor, carbon dioxide and alkali metals• B. carbon dioxide, alkali metals and lanthanides• C. water vapor, carbon dioxide and methane
400 Points Answer Carbon Footprint• C. water vapor, carbon dioxide and methane
700 Points Question Carbon Footprint• In the sentence ”The earth simply can’t cope with a worldwide jump in meat and dairy consumption”• cope with meansA. surprise, shockingB. handle, manageC. transaction
800 Points Question Carbon Footprint• In the sentence “Livestock’s contribution to environmental problems is on a massive scale”, Livestock means:• A. abandoned animals• B. animals kept on farms• C. animals kept on leash
800 Points Answer Carbon Footprint• B. animals kept on farms
Final Question• What are the similarities between The Legend of Atlantis, The Philadelphia Experiment and The Bermuda Triangle?
Final Answer• All the stories are just theories and are not proven to be true
Participants Group I• Arelis Nuñez Santiago• Janilie Rodriguez Alameda• Vicmary Vargas Vargas• José D. Rodriguez Zapata• Crystal N. Garcia Cruz• Esteban U. Martinez Irizarry
Participants Group II Perla Martínez Morales• Karianne Ramírez Torres• Nicole Ríos Antongiorgi• Carlene Ramos Rodríguez• Laura Vélez Cotte• Nataly Zaragoza Rodríguez
Special Thanks to:• Carlos Molina- Director of Leonides Morales High school• Evelyn Rivera - English teacher• Jesus Negron- The Librarian• Joanna Toro - English teacher• Ana Rosario Mulero- Physics Teacher
Special invitation to• Eileen Blau – Professor from UPRM• Joan Baker – Professor from UPRM• Ramonita Valle – English Teacher• Blanca Irizarry – Science Teacher• David Beauchamp - History Teacher• Freddie Natal -Spanish Teacher