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Facts about friction

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Ever tried skating on ice? If yes, you would probably know by now that ice skating is the easiest way to slip and fall on your back without even trying! Try the same on a&hellip

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Facts about Catholicism

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1. Origin of the name Catholic The mention of the term “Catholic” was by Ignatius of Antioch around the year A.D.110. This term is drawn from the Greek word “Katholikos”, which connotes on the way&hellip

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Facts about success

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1. Self-belief is important to Success If one believes in themselves and has a vision that is strong enough to defeat every negative thought in their head, they can succeed in achieving all the goals&hellip

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Facts about Overfishing

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1. Earliest overfishing The earliest overfishing happened in the early 1800s when humans, searching for blubber for lamp oil, killed the whale population. Some fish that we consume, including Atlantic cod and herring and California’s&hellip

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Facts about Kilauea

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1. An Active Volcano Kilauea Volcano started to form 300,000-600,000 years ago, and it has been active ever since. Mount Kilauea appeared from the sea 50,000-100,000 years ago. In 1790, a powerful explosion killed at&hellip

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Facts about Hippocrates

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1. An Ancient Greek Physician Hippocrates is an ancient Greek physician who lived during Greece’s classical period, traditionally regarded as the father of medicine. Medical historians look to Hippocrates because he made a huge impact&hellip

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Facts about Elks

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1. A light colored deer Elk is a wild omnivorous animal found mostly in North America. The name elk is a Native American word that means “light colored deer.” Elk is also called Wapiti. Elks&hellip

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Facts about Burma

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1. Burma’s name change Burma also identified as Myanmar. The country’s name was changed from Burma to Myanmar in the year 1989. Burma is the largest nation of mainland Southeast Asia. However, this name changed&hellip

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Facts about Bubbles

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1. Bubbles can’t form in space Bubbles are unable to form in space due to absence of external air pressure that should counteract pressure from within. The pressure in the inner part of a bubble&hellip

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Facts about Big Cats

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1. Lions have the loudest big cat roar A lion’s roar is audible from as far as five miles away. The African lion has the longest larynx of all big cats hence it has the&hellip

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Facts about Adidas

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1. Adidas was originally a family business Adidas was first established in 1948 by Adolf “Adi” Dassler as a family business known as Gebrüder Dassler Sportschuhfabrik. It was owned by Adolf and his brother Rudolf.&hellip

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Global Warming And Pollution

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Global Warming Global Warming denotes the increase in the earth’s surface temperature caused by emission of carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels coupled with massive deforestation. Concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is correlated&hellip

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Facts and Information About Tennessee

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Situated in “The South” of the United States of America lies the beautiful state of Tennessee, a landlocked state that is famous across the world for its music. History of Tennessee  It was long ago&hellip

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13 Must Know Facts About Sao Paulo

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“Land of Drizzle” and Dazzle “Land of Drizzle” or “Terra da Garoa”. Yes, this is what Sao Paulo got as its nickname. Located in South America, it is the largest city or mega city in&hellip

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Things to Do in Atlanta

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Regarded as a metropolitan area with a future and ties from its past, Atlanta is a place of unparalleled wonders. It’s home to some of the biggest TV series to date, such as: The Game,&hellip

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