Blog With Me Daily; In Memory of 7th Grade Science
Leo Kelly was my science teacher in middle school. Mr. Kelly was a great teacher. I believe I remember a bonus question on "The Science Test"...The Q:Why?   The A:Why not?"
Leo J. Kelly II CREAM RIDGE - Leo J. Kelly II, 74, of Cream Ridge, passed away Monday, Jan. 14, 2013, at Deborah Heart and Lung Hospital in Browns Mills. Born in Perth Amboy, he was a longtime Allentown resident before moving to Cream Ridge in 2000. Leo retired from the MacFarland School in Bordentown after 35 years as a devoted science teacher, where he impacted the lives of three generations of students.  I will never forget it, or you Mr. Kelly, RIP. ~Dionne Farris 

Enjoy these mysteries of science in memory of Mr. Kelly. 

8 Simple Questions You Won't Believe Science Can't Answer
The 10 All Time Best Answers To: Why?



mike kelley
02/28/2013 15:53

please get back out there!!!!! we need your groove!!!

02/03/2014 05:57

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07/05/2014 05:52

dionnefarris it's the best information

10/03/2014 16:12

The importance of education cannot be neglected by anyone. The educated man knows his bad and good whereas an uneducated man will always depends on others to take a good decision for him or guide him well.


7th study book learning thought began mutually an creation to the dust, the raw material fo astronomy, and stamped it's way sweeping from there, to argillaceous mud science (weather and geology mostly), science of matter, medicine, absolutely basic intro to physics/chemistry/electricity, cell physics, and nuclear science (again literally basic raw material of the atom as a assembly of protons and neutrons orbited by electrons).

05/08/2015 07:43

In engineering science is used in many ways. Engineering, experience, and practice gained by (biological and physical) that require knowledge of mathematics and natural sciences, judgment and creativity to develop ways to apply.


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