life's little mysteries
Earth moves around the sun at 67,000 mph and makes a full rotation once every 24 hours. So why can't we feel the Earth's rotation?
Artificial lights can be deadly to the insects that fly around them, so why do these critters do it?
What was the typical life span of a dinosaur? It depends on the size and species, of course.
Yes, we know the feeling of getting stuck in a rainstorm. But can we really sense the wetness on our skin?
Why is a banana a berry but a strawberry isn't? Turns out, berries can be hard to define, even for scientists.
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