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Do Fingerprints Grow Back If Burnt?

By admin / September 4, 2020

Humans are truly amazing creatures. We have the ability to re-grow any lost teeth… Oh wait, those are sharks. At least we can regenerate our limbs if we lose them to injury… Oh no, those are starfish. Well, is there any amazing regeneration ability that humans possess? Oh right, our fingerprints can regenerate, but only […]

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Can a Turtle be Without a Shell?

By admin / September 3, 2020

The turtle shell is generally referred to as a shielding part of a turtle’s anatomy. However, the shell is a lot more than just a shield. It is a vital part of the turtle’s anatomy. So not only does it provide protection but the shell has a specific function. The shell of the turtle is a […]

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PPS Or PSS?

By admin / September 1, 2020

IntroductionWho would have thought that not paying attentiong to Latin classes would come back to bite us with a vengeance? I certainly did not. Apparently, learning a classical, centuries old language has its benefits – even in 2017. Modern English, the most widely used language in business, education, information spreading and everyday communication in the […]

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How to Unscrew a Stripped Screw

By admin / August 14, 2020

It’s happened to the handiest of us, we aimlessly work at a unscrewing a screw only making it stripped. Stripped screws may seem like a nuisance, but there are some neat ways to easily unscrew them. So don’t get too frustrated trying to unscrew a stripped screw, try our tips and you should have no […]

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Do Women Have an Adam’s apples?

By admin / August 10, 2020

What’s with the Adam’s apple? How come men have them and women don’t? What exactly is the purpose of having one? These are all good questions, and like any good question, they come with simple yet confusing answers. A common misconception is that only men are entitled to having an Adam’s apple (it’s named after the […]

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When was Basketball Invented?

By admin / August 7, 2020

The history of basketball began with its creation in 1891 in Springfield, Massachusetts, by a Canadian P.E. instructor named James Naismith. The sport was created as a way for people to become physically active but be exposed to fewer risks of injury compared to American football. The sport soon became popular as the years progressed, […]

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What is the Difference Between Green and Black Olives?

By admin / August 6, 2020

If you love olives, you must have wondered at one point in time, “what is the difference between green and black olives?” Many people think that olives differ in the same manner as a green apple does from a red but that is actually not true.It depends on how they are harvestedWhen experts are asked […]

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What is the Official Language of USA?

By admin / August 5, 2020

​America is considered to be one of the most multicultural and ethnic countries around the world. If we look at the statistics, there are over 336 different spoken languages in America and over 176 indigenous dialects. Around 47 million Americans converse in a language other than English in their home. These figures are astonishing. What […]

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Is Paranormal Activity Real?

By admin / August 4, 2020

Throughout history and even today, you hear about people having ghost sightings. How can we tell whether they are actually true? Well, that’s a tough question but many scientists and psychologists have done extensive research to determine whether paranormal activities are real or not.It’s all in the headIf you ask a psychologist whether or not […]

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7 Banana Nutrition Facts You Need to Know

By admin / August 3, 2020

Not only are bananas delicious but they are also extremely healthy. They are abundant in nutrients, help with weight loss, and are even beneficial for digestion. Aside from this, bananas have other nutritional benefits which we have on our list for you. 1. Banana is nutritional​Bananas have grown to be one of the most popular fruits […]

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