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Why Is Lead In Paint?

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Contrary to the believed notion that lead is lethal, it depends on the environment. Thus, its toxicity can be said to be a subjective matter. A lead paint on a wall of a room has&hellip

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Why Is Styrofoam Bad?

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The term “Styrofoam” has been widely employed to refer to plastic-related products made from blowing chlorofluorocarbons and other reactive gases into the polystyrene to make foamed polystyrene products ranging from coffee cups to packaging pellets&hellip

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Why Is Helium Important?

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Helium is a noble gas positioned second in the periodic table. Being in this category means it is mostly inactive. It is named after “Helios,” which when translated in Greek means “sun god.” Being the&hellip

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Facts about Taurus

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There are twelve astrological signs in the present Zodiac out of which Taurus is supposed to be the second. It is located between 27.25o and 54.75o of the celestial longitude. The sun transits this area&hellip

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Facts about Foxes

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Foxes are part of the cadinae family. This means that they are related to some animal species such as the raccoons, coyotes, dogs and grey foxes. They are mainly in metropolitans, rural places and even&hellip

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Facts about Spongebob

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There has been a prolonged debate in past centuries as whether to classify sponges are animals or plants. Often, they have been mistaken to sea corals due to their simple and hard physical outlook. While&hellip

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Facts about Cars

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A car is a multiple-wheeled locomotive vessel used to transport people and property. The source of power for most cars is an internal combustion engine. Currently, different motor vehicle makers assemble cars that use electricity&hellip

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