Week 1 DiscussionThe Discussions are not simply statements o

Week 1 DiscussionThe Discussions are not simply statements of opinion. They are intended to allow you to expand upon and apply the principles discussed in your textbook, the lectures, and/or other research you conduct. Each week a question will be posed for your consideration. Before answering, you should review the chapters covered during this week and the lectures. It is strongly encouraged that your initial post be posted by 11:59 PM ET on Thursday. It should be at least 250 words. This MUST be in your own words. Do NOT copy and paste from the Internet. You MAY use quotes from a source, but those quotes will NOT count towards your 250 word count requirement. Please do not plagiarize. If you use a quote, you MUST put quotation marks around it AND you MUST cite the source at the end of your post. It is NOT simply enough to put a source at the end. You should also include at least one reference in your post. Do NOT use Wikipedia or Yahoo! Answers as a source. You should then make at least two additional posts to other students on either topic. These posts should be at least 100 words and be substantive in nature. While pleasantries such as “I agree” or “great job” are nice, they will not count as one of your required posts. Your posts should be on at least 3 separate days with all being completed by 11:59 PM ET Sunday. Threaded Discussion RubricPost 160 Points Possible1. Student submitted an appropriate and substantive post to the original assignment. This includes addressing all of the original questions/issues in a grammatically correct and logical manner 302. Assignment submitted on time and on a different day than other posts103. Assignment met word count104. An appropriate scientific website was referenced correctly10Post 220 Points Possible1. Student submitted an appropriate and substantive response to another student’s post in a grammatically correct and logical manner 102. Assignment submitted on time and on a different day than other posts53. Assignment met word count5Post 320 Points Possible1. Student submitted an appropriate and substantive response to another student’s post in a grammatically correct and logical manner 102. Assignment submitted on time and on a different day than other posts53. Assignment met word count5 Science is hard -Studying science is not easy for anyone. People who become scientists do not do so, because it is easy, or they have a ‘knack for it.’ As shown in the table below, many scientists struggle with understanding math; are dyslexic; are on the autism spectrum; or have a physical disability. Despite these difficulties, they still chose to become scientists. People become scientists because they like the challenge; they understand that all successes require a long journey with many failures; and they have a burning desire to know: 1) how and why things are the way they are; 2) if things have always been that way; and 3) if they will continue to be that way in the future. Watch this video of Temple Grandin talking about how autism can be an asset when studying animal behavior. Research a famous scientist or inventor. (You may use any scientist/inventor listed in the table below or you may use someone not listed in the table.) Explain the following: 1) how s/he struggled; 2) how s/he overcame or managed the struggle; and 3) what s/he is famous for discovering.Remember that participation is required on a minimum of three days through 11:59 PM ET Sunday. You are required to respond to at least 2 classmates. StruggleScientist/Inventor*DyslexiaHenry FordLeonardo Da VinciOther learning disabilityAlexander Graham BellCharles DarwinJack HornerLouis Pasteur**Thomas EdisonAutism spectrumAlbert Einstein**Benjamin FranklinTemple GrandinPhysical disabilityIsaac Newton**PythagorasStephen HawkingMental illnessJohn Forbes Nash Jr.Nikola TeslaEconomic hardshipAlfred WallaceGalileiGregor MendelMarie CurieMichael FaradayPeter Higgs*Many of these people fall into more than one category but are only listed once for simplicity**In addition to this struggled, grew up with economic hardship