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by on September 9, 2011
  • abdulalamery says:
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    Hi everyone,
    This news is terrible and that 100 people were killed is devistating!
    And right now I'm just hoping everyone else is O.K. and they were bought back to safety! No earthquakes happen here in Ireland and hopefully none will ever happen but in New Zealand you actually have to always be prepared because an earthquake can happen any second and I have some relatives there and they told me how it feels to be in an earthquake and they said that they have been in a few earthquakes so they are used to it!
    So once again, I hope people are O.K.!

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  • Rosalina Rosalina says:
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    My friends sister competed and came 2nd in her category.
    My sister also went there but she was just browsing she said "there was no projects but they explained how it works and although with out without the whole thing it was still very interesting."
    I did not go but you might be better off to see it on tv instead of going there because its very crowded and you can get lost.... But I still thought of how cool all the projects were in my head.
    So sometimes think or see it all on the news!!!

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  • abdulalamery says:
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    Hi everyone,
    It's actually my dream to become a surge or doctor. It has actually been my dream to study medicine since I was 2 years old. The reason I want to study medicine is so I can save people and to help the less fortunate people. Another reason I want to be a doctor or surgeon is that a lot of people in my extended family are studying medicine and they said "even though it is hard, at the end you will look back and remember all the people who you saved and who you helped

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  • abdulalamery says:
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    Sorry I'm a bit late but Happy Birthday Michael Bond!
    I loved reading Paddington and I also loved watching the TV series! I have to admit, I might have cried several times but in the end I still loved it!
    He is an inspiration to many young kids all over the world including me! He is an amazing writer as he writes with so much emotion and amazingness in his incredible stories!
    And once again Happy Birthday Michael Bond!

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  • Combine_05 Combine_05 says:
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    My Granny has alzheimers so I can understand why they set up the cafe. Most people don't realise how sad it is to know someone with alzheimers, especially someone related to you. My Granny's alzheimers is so bad she doesn't remember anything, not even my name and my Mam's name, but like everything that goes wrong, you have to get through it.

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  • Combine_05 Combine_05 says:
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    Giraffes are my second favourite animal and if they were extinct I would be devastated. Giraffes are the world's largest mammal and if they were to go that would be horrible. The reason I love giraffes and why they are so precious is because they are surprisingly friendly for their size.

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  • floppyscience floppyscience says:
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    That's absolutely fantastic!!!!!
    The courage that the students have to present their work is great. They put so much work into it.
    The school ,Colaiste Treasa, in our town had four entrants that qualified. One of them came 2nd over all. A question that I'd ask them is " how did you come up with the idea?".
    Brilliant just brilliant!!!!😋😊😀😀😀🔬🔬🔭⚗

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  • Yasa_squid04 Yasa_squid04 says:
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    I am absolutely love Vogue magazine so much and to think that its a world wide magazine and not many Irish models abroad from Ireland its great to have a Irish model on the front cover!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    But the only thing is I don't watch "Love/Hate" and Denise McCormack who is an the show also is on "Dancing With The Stars."

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  • alex_14923 alex_14923 says:
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    Very interesting article. For something very close to me i didn't know the statue was of Strongbow and Aoife. Its actually very rare for arranged marriages to work and for people to like each other. If I was forced to marry someone I didn't know I would be confused as to why I had to.This wa a very interesting article and I learned about something very close to me .

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  • Cyruz Cyruz says:
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    Well that just means your brother did not reach the expectations required... Many people got rejected not just your brother. Of course it will be difficult to chose a qualifier from hundreds throughout Ireland. And anyway there were lots of amazing projects that was at the competition and the judges had to pick the best of the best. And anyway there were people who MAY be more experienced than your brother who participated in the competition. So saying that you hate the BT Young Scientists just because your brother did not qualify is fairly biased.

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