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Fluid string-pulling art is a fairly new and intriguing art technique that uses chains, strings, and colorful paints to create amazing bouquets of flowers
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Ships have enormous powerful engines compared to other vehicles. But why are they so slow compared to all other forms of transportation?
An Oscar-Winning Short With a Beautiful Message!
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QUIZ: Take Our Newest Grammar Challenge!
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Here, we look at some of the latest breakthroughs and significant studies that might help us fight against the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.
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The Future is Now: Introducing the Hololens!
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Sugar Causing Hyperactivity and Other Science Urban Myths
A lot of us fall prey to a factoid that's repeated with conviction, but is science impervious to such urban legends?
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This Map Shows Every Known Nuclear Explosion Since 1945
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What Is Artificial Intelligence and Is It Dangerous?
Little by little, technology is getting smarter and learning to make decisions. Are we in danger of a machine takeover?
What Resolution Does the Human Eye Have?
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Deja Vu is a very common phenomenon, if very strange. Why do we get this feeling we've done this all before?
COVID-19: MIT Study Explains Which Places Should Open Last
MIT recently released an article that revealed which businesses and other public places should have reopened, and which ones should stay closed
Watch Bill Gates Warn About the Pandemic 5 Years Ago...
5 years ago Bill Gates spoke in a Ted Talk and warned about a similar scenario to what is happening right now with the Coronavirus pandemic.
Learn All About the Cell With This INTERACTIVE Guide!
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This Science Experiment is Fascinating, and You Can Try It!
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Learn Chemistry Easily with This Interactive Periodic Table
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Fascinating Science: How Old Can We Actually Get?
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This NASA Physicist is Using Origami to Change the World!
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4 Super Technologies That Started Off as Failed Inventions
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This Rotating Device is the Future of Indoor Gardening
This novel design of an indoor garden is both aesthetically pleasing and very useful, as it allows you to grow fresh veggies and herb at home
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