Approximately 500 people drown in Canada every year. As you can image in Canada keeping your heas above the water is important from coast to coast to coast.

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Who doesn’t love summer? Cookouts, ice cream, and trips tothe beach! Next time you’re at the beach, grab some friends and join a sand-physics-volleyball game!

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If you turn off all the lights in your house late at night, you can probably still find your way by the dim glow of your electronics. Even if you turn your electronics “off”, are they really off?

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The bulk of the fingernail is made of a protein called keratin, although that just scratches the surface.

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During a lightning strike, the air surrounding the bolt of lightning is heated to about 39,000 °C! This sudden increase in pressure and temperature caused by the lightning causes the air immediately around the lightning to “explode” all along its length.

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How could a sprinter with no legs possibly have an advantage over an able-bodied athlete?

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Flowers have unique smells because they attract different pollinators, developed through a process called "Coevolution".

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The use of kilometers is no longer a sensible unit for measuring distances in space due to its vastness. To overcome this, astronomers came up with the light-year.

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Bzzzzzzz. The sound of beehives has become the soundtrack of soccergames at the FIFA World Cup. The buzzing sound is made by plastic hornscalled vuvuzelas. The sound is unmistakable, and  hundreds of them at a time are being blown constantly during games.

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If you've been paying attention to the latest ads for TVs, you may have heard about a new type of TV using LED technology. So, what's the difference between an LED TV and an LCD TV?

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