published: Friday, January 25, 2013
Members of Angie Porter's 6th grade science class
CLARIFICATION: Advanced science students in Sebring Middle School's Angie Porter's sixth-grade class took part in a discussion about the future and science with the News-Sun, published on the front page Sunday, Jan. 20. For a variety of reasons only first names were used in the story.
Here a list of the students who took part in the discussion, including their last names: Scott Berden said engines should balance horsepower and torque; Dakota Hons recommended patience, things cannot be changed overnight; and Morgan Carlson talked about exploring the deepest parts of the oceans.
Kailey Swaine spoke about great medical breakthroughs in the future; Emily Bible predicted humans will be embedded with banking micro-chips someday; Chloe Fordham wanted a remote control to customize the weather in her yard; Colby Bowers predicted white boards in schools will be replaced by big iPads; and Victor Salinas said space travel will be easier and better.
Paul "Mikey" Shannon worried humans will need gas masks in order to breathe, because of pollution; and Briana Wall cautioned to be careful with the environment.
Lance High said flying cars will crowd the skies, so roads will be empty making it faster to drive the old fashioned way; and Robert Spoone hoped that someday Nike invents shoes that can walk on water.
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