1. In your own words, explain how our societies value water.
  2. What do you do to conserve water? Do you think that’s enough?
  3. Devise a solution for providing unlimited amounts of fresh water. In a few bullet points, explain your idea.

  1. We learned that we can ski due to a layer of water between the snow and the skis that form due to friction; can you think of any other sports where we utilize a similar process?
  2. We say that no two snowflakes are the same because they all form under different conditions. But why do they look so symmetric?

  1. How many electrons do carbon atoms have available to bond with other elements?
  2. There are several allotropes (different physical forms) of carbon in the professor’s suitcase: graphite, diamond, fullerenes, and nanotubes. The 2010 Nobel Prize for Physics was awarded for the discovery of another allotrope of carbon, which is a single sheet of graphite. What is its name?
  3. Why is a diamond colorless but graphite is black?

  1. Can you design a 3-course meal with no added sugar? What would you put on the plate?
  2. Which has more calories and which is better for you? An 8 ounce glass of whole milk? Or an 8 ounce glass of 1% chocolate milk?

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