Friday, April 15, 2011

Thanks for all of your interest and support.


Thanks for following along with us as we worked.
Dr. Warner and I had so much fun communicating with all of you and answering your questions as we worked. We are now back home and in need of some much deserved rest. We worked extremely hard and slept very little! However, we love what we do and feel like we really did some great experiments that will give us tons of good data to evaluate our hypothesis and write conclusions to share with the scientific community.

I will continue to answer your questions and post on the blog as long as you guys are still following. This weekend I will get caught up and answer the most popular questions. If you email me a question directly at aaronmreedy@gmail.com I will make sure that I answer it. Also look for a slide show with 20-30 pictures of lizards, other animals and our work sites. I will have it all posted by Monday so you won't be bored while you are on spring break. Check back with Wide World Science soon.

Thanks again. Your posts and questions were great. You are the best.

42 comments:

  1. Welcome Home Mr.Reedy.

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  2. alejandro delacruzApril 15, 2011 at 10:56 AM

    thats good u had fun mr. reedy so wen u comin to visit us???

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  3. Do you feel any different being in Chicago and not at Florida??

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  4. Selena Romero.

    Great looking picture. :)
    Keep us posted on everything. Get some real good sleep soon you's deserve it and need it if you's planned on keeping this going. :)
    We support you's all the way. :)
    & Honestly I never thought Biology could be this interesting. Glad I got your class this year.:)

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  5. Great job mr.reedy, best biologyst teacher yet :) ,ill be on spring break looking out to post some questions. Have a good spring break Mr.reedy

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  6. you guys look happy

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  7. Mr. Reedy please come and visit us!!!

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  8. When are coming back to teach us? Just wondering?

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  9. No problem Mr.Reedy. I'll be sure to drop by and leave some more comments during break. Keep up the awesome blogs!!

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  10. Mr. Reedy! :)
    Glad your back, you should visit us once we get back from spring break, just saying :D
    I'm glad you had fun, and yeah you do deserve some rest.
    We miss you so much, hope to see you soon :))

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  11. NO problem Mr Reedy and we all had fun skyping you and you telling us what went on while you were out there that was real cool of you .

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  12. Oh YEAHHHHHHHHHHHH Mr.Reeddy is back in Chi-Town
    OH YEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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  13. ARE YOU GOING TO VIST US

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  14. how are things going? have the lizards started mating yet?

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  15. they are cool the lizard

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  16. how did the lizards do when you relase them

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  17. did u let them go now?

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  18. in how many weeks do u think they well mat?

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  19. Welcome Home Mr. Reedy!

    I can see you had a good time but tired one as well!
    Hope you can visit us one of these days so you can tell us all about your adventure:)
    We miss you!!

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  20. how many lizards do u think well live?

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  21. WELLL YOUR SOON TO BE DONE MR.REEDY HOPE YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH THIS EXPERIMENT WAS MORE THAN YOU EXPECTED....HOPE YOU COME AND VISIT KELLY WHEN YOUR FINISH .....!

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  22. what is the majority or population of the lizards do you think will survive

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  23. What do you predict is going to be the results of all your experiments?
    Whats was the best part about this trip?
    Did any lizards die while getting the tattoo?
    What was your least favorite part of this trip?
    How many islands did you go to?
    are you going back to the islands? IF SO WHEN?

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  24. did you bring suvaneirs for us?

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  25. you told us you caught some green anole.
    Did you see any similar trait to the brown anole?

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  26. did you miss being back at chicago?

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  27. definitely looking forward to the photos of the lizards. :)

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  28. Congratulations on your research Mr. Reedy.
    You are truly an inspiration for all us, your students.

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  29. Thanks Yazmin. I try my best, but you guys inspire me too sometimes.

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  30. Wo Hong Wu (3rd period)April 23, 2011 at 10:02 AM

    No, thank you for showing us the real world of science. You taught us many things that we could not learn inside of a classroom. And you should get some sleep so that you can have more energy to fight for your goal.

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  31. Thank you for all your hard work and you have shown us what is real science. That is working with live animals and learning from hands-on experiments. I learn a lot in your class and I can say that you are one of those few teachers who love to teach students. Have fun learning at Northwestern U. Come visit us someday! =)

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  32. You inspire us more!

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  33. Gabriela CastilloApril 26, 2011 at 7:54 AM

    It would be amazing to work with someone very inspiring like you. Can't wait for TREE.

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  34. Elizabeth Tellez: Zoology: 3 PeriodApril 26, 2011 at 2:44 PM

    Welcome back! I am really glad that you were able to show us just about the whole proccess of the experiment. It was really motivating and kept everyone really interested waiting to see what would occur next.

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  35. Thanks all. Really thank you.

    Gabriella- Did you guys get your TREE packets in the mail yet?

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  36. welcome back Mr. reedy i hope you were able to accomplish all the things you needed to get done before returning home...

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  37. we miss you alot mr. reedy, we truly do :)

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  38. So will you write a scientific article about this trip?

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  39. Yao- Yes, we will publish the results of our experiments in a scientific paper- like the papers you guys read and wrote in class this year.

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  40. Elizabeth TellezMay 15, 2011 at 11:05 AM

    Do you think the hypothesis for this experiment will be correct? (More likely than not)

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  41. Hi Elizabeth,
    Glad to see that you are still interested in the project. To answer your question, yes we think that our hypothesis will be correct. However, that is no guarantee that we will be right and if the data shows that we were wrong that will just be how it goes. That is why we do the experiments; because we don't know for sure. That is the fun part of science. You are figuring out answers that nobody knows.

    I will answer your other questions too, so check those posts as well.

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