1.Do you agree with the jury’s verdict? Why or why not? Include at least 5 facts from evidence that was presented during the trial.
2.What was your job? Explain how you fulfilled your responsibilities.
3.If you could do a different job during the court case, which would you have volunteered for and why?
4.Explain one or more thing you learned about KMT during the investigations
5.Explain how you improved as a scientist during the KMT investigations and the trial.
We had court case about the KMT in sciences class. One of the teams were defending the KMT and the other was trying to prove it wrong and it was just a theory. In this court case my job was to defend to KMT and prove it correct, this job was pretty fun because I can challenge them and also answer questions, but if I can choose I would do the juries job because I can make the decision who is going to win the court case. I think that the jury’s decision was right because all the question we ask the attacking team and they just side track all our questions. In the court case there were many facts that was spoken, one of the facts I learn was bubbles can be seen at any temperature above 0 to 100. After this court I learn that if my data is not valid it will be waste of time. Also when doing a experiment will have to do every single detail or else some one will say the data is not good.