For my project, I discuss about how oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, and nitrogen can react to the smoke of tobacco. Like most things humans consume, tobacco and its smoke has species of those four elements. These species negatively effect the human body, such as, the lungs, liver, and heart. The oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, and nitrogen in our body certainly does not react well to the tobacco smoke, therefore, they are trying to protect the human body from further damage. In my paper I describe how each element reacts and give an example or two about how each element prepares itself to fight the interaction with tobacco smoke. I did a creative short video that gives each element a character whose reactions would be perceived by the introduction of tobacco smoke in the human body.
Link to Video: https://media.uaf.edu/media/t/1_ab0aow2w
Link to Summary: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1l06Lm24HVrPxxycdJOVv7wNKyecZuKUe58wmXs7fd7Y/edit?usp=sharing