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Short answer: It doesn’t. There is no scientific evidence linking sugar consumption to hyperactivity. If a child eats loads of candy, a hyperactive frenzy will follow, right? Actually, no. All of the studies done on this topic have found there is no link…
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I spent quite a bit of time trying answer this question so a 10-year-old could understand it. In the end, I was at 1000 words and wasn’t even close to finishing my answer. The best I can do is direct you to Richard Feynman answering this question in the…
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testing image of nature   http://ignore.com   more down here
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ignore this   second line with spaces
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Short answer: Only the top of the ponds/lakes freeze over. All liquids have a boiling point and a freezing point. Boiling water turns into steam and frozen water turns into ice. Water boils at 100 degrees Fahrenheit (100 °F) and freezes at 32 degrees…
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Short answer: The modern day barber pole is a legacy of the barber-surgeons early practice of bloodletting. A red, white, and blue rotating pole is a common sight on city streets and in strip malls. It signals to those passing by that this is a…
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Short answer: A genetic deficiency prevents cats from tasting sweets. Other than cats, every other mammal (including humans) examined to date can taste sweetness. This is due to us having five types of taste buds. We can taste sourness, saltiness, umami…
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