I is for Imagine

A humble imitation of Margaret Atwood's reveries on a piece of bread. Imagine a classroom. You don't have to imagine it, you're in it right now. The colorful poster on the wall with the sparkly starts that says "Shoot for the moon, even if you miss you'll land among the stars" stares back at you…

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G is for Galileo

Galileo experimented, pondered, and tested theories thereby laying the foundations of what we now know as the scientific method. He was also a keen observer, inventer and thought deeply on almost everything - definitely a Renaissance man. It's an understatement to say he was very clever, and he was very clever at many different things, so…