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How do they make bulletproof glass bulletproof?

The secret to bulletproof glass is… plastic! It’s called a laminate, and that’s a sandwich of glass, plastic, and glass, which is thicker than ordinary glass. The plastic inside the…

In: Science

Why can't humans eat grass?

Cows can eat grass, so why can’t we? Well, plant cells contain something called cellulose. Chemically, it’s almost identical to a lot of the carbohydrate molcules (like glucose and fructose)…

In: The Human Body

Do vampire bats really drink blood?

By feeding on nothing but blood and targeting their prey late at night, vampire bats sure seem like creatures from a horror movie. But in real life, they’re probably a…

In: Animals

How come water has no taste or color?

The Dictionary defines water as “a clear, colorless, odorless, and tasteless liquid, H2O, essential for most plant and animal life.” The Encyclopedia goes on to say that “Life depends on…

In: Science

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