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Have you ever wished that you could fly up to the sky and jump on a fluffy cumulus cloud? Unfortunately, this is impossible!

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Have you ever woken up in the morning, tried to muffle an audible "good morning" to your parents and found that you sounded like a rubber ducky? Well, it’s totally normal–you’re in puberty!

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A recent study led by Dr. Melvyn Goodale at the University of Western Ontario investigated what brain regions are active during natural human echolocation. All of a sudden Daredevil's powers don't seem so far-fetched.

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That mysterious and useful little box in your kitchen- the microwave - is a marvel of modern science and engineering.How does something so complicated help you heat up leftover pizza with the touch of a button?

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For most of us, checking the time is as simple as looking at a watch or a clock—but have you ever wondered how these devices keep time?

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I've heard a green laser beam is visible, but a red one is not. Why is this? 

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Scientists at the Dolphin Research Centre in the Florida Keys have found that blindfolded dolphins can sense and imitate the actions of other dolphins nearby. Could this be evidence of extrasensory perveption?

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When Alpine Skiing became popular in the 1800s, skis weren’t much more than a couple of wooden planks attached to your feet with leather and laces. Skis have certainly come a long way!

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The Earth's magnetic field is just like a bar magnet, which explains its effect on other planets.

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The electrons are what allow atoms to react with each other in chemical reactions, and they are also what cause certain compounds to emit light when heated.

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