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If you are color-blind does that mean you see things in black and white like those old movies on TV?

Eyes are miraculous contraptions! When light goes through the lens at the front of your eye, it travels back to a projection screen called your retina which is packed tightly…

In: The Human Body

What is the largest city in the world?

According to the Population Reference Bureau, Shanghai is currently the world’s largest city by population, with almost 14 million residents. Here’s the list of the top ten largest cities by…

In: Places

Who created the alphabet?

Alphabets have been around in some form for at least four millennia! Think of Egyptian hieroglyphics, for example. No one knows for sure what the first alphabet was. About 1500…

In: Language & Phrases

Why are eggs egg-shaped?

This question seems like a tough one to crack, but scientists have one very sensible theory: the ovoid shape gives an egg its incredible strength! You can see this amazing…

In: Food

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