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How Was Google Invented?
What if Google Stopped Working?
Why are you bored?
Why Are Beaches’ Sand Different Colors?

By: Prix Hixson

The millions of different beaches in the world bring many different colors of sand. But why are they different colors? The color of sand mainly depends on the kinds or color of minerals, rocks, or shells broken down over time from erosion, and weathering. It's washed up, or is brought through streams and rivers like a watershed.  It also comes from near by land, and human or animal activity on the...

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The Fire Drone

By: Alkinoos Provatas

The fire drone is the only best drone that can take out fires with out putting firefighters in a great risk of death.

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Bracelets Made From Plastic Are Cleaning the Ocean

By: Patricia Camacho Vargas, Journalist

One solution to our beautiful and mesmerizing seas filling up with with plastic and landfill polution.

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Noise pollution

By: Alexandra Neacsu

The ocean covers about 70% of the earth and the diverse ecosystems below it are amazing.

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Off Shore Wind Power New Way to look at Power Forever?

By: Trevor Nothdurft

Running out of energy? Offshore wind power can help no fossil fuels needed.

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Hydrogen Fuel Cells

By: Aaron James

Hydrogen fuel cells are a more efficient way of powering cars than traditional gasoline.  Hydrogen fuel cells still use fuel but they are similar to a mix of combustion engine and electric engine.  The fuel cells use pressurized hydrogen to power an electric motor instead of using gasoline as fuel.  The only problem is that combustion engines are made cheaper and safer.  Another problem is that...

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Ancient Candy From China
SpreadTHAT!
Soda That’s Poppin’

Recent Food Stories

“Duck” Robot

“Duck” Robot

Food Machines at College

Food Machines at College

Slow-Melting Ice Cream

Slow-Melting Ice Cream

The Most Resilient Animal in The World
Gorillas Can Sing?
Water Dragon

Recent Pets & Animals Stories

Houndfish

Houndfish

This is a very weird and extraordinary fish.

How to teach your dog to roll over!

How to teach your dog to roll over!

Tell your dog to lay down in front of you. Also move your hand his nose toward his shoulder luring him to roll flat on his side.

The Northern Snakehead

The Northern Snakehead

Snakeheads are a fish with razor sharp teeth.

Why You Should Watch Naruto
How Naruto Got Popular

Recent Reviews of Restaurants, Movies & Music Stories

Album Review – “It Comes In Waves” by The Acacia Strain

Album Review – “It Comes In Waves” by The Acacia Strain

Hailing from Chicopee, Massachusetts, The Acacia Strain has been in the metal music industry for 20 years, and their newest album is a work of art.

Popular Anime’s You Should Watch

Popular Anime’s You Should Watch

Top Anime updates for 2020.

The History of YouTube

The History of YouTube

Gamma Ray Blasts May Show That Some Black Holes May Actually be Doorways Through Time

By: Shrey Sharma

Are wormholes real? Or are they just a concept? New studies may find the answer.

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What is it Like On Mars?

By: Victoria Pham

Looking at Mars, it's a very stunning red planet. It's the fourth planet away from the Sun which is about 140 million miles away. But have you ever what is it like on Mars? If so, this is a great article for you! The weather on Mars usually ranges from -81 to -220 degrees. As you can tell the weather on Mars is way different compared to Earth. No human can live there without safety equipment...

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Why Is NASA Not Sending People To Mars Yet?

By: Rafik Chakoui

NASA has big plans of sending things to Mars, such as voyages, and spaceships that can track detail. They even discovered water to be on Mars. Although why aren't people going to mars to do investigation there? Think about other things that could get in the way in order to do that such as, lack of money, politics, etc. Proof/ Details  ''If NASA is to reach beyond the Moon and someday reach...

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Antimatter: The Future of Propulsion or Expensive Waste?

By: Abhi Palikala

If you've watched Star Trek, you'd know that the United Space Ship (USS) Enterprise achieves faster than light travel by smashing together matter and anti-matter to create nearly infinite explosions of energy. Scientists are now exploring the same thing, and they have made fascinating new discoveries that could change our world. Matter is defined as anything that has mass and takes up space. Matter...

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Japanese Rover Will Bring Back Rocks From Mars.

By: Tomi Vacca

Japan will be launching the first ever mars sample return mission in 2024. The mission will return in 2030 and humanity will know what mars is made of.

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The Most Powerful Explosion in the History of the Universe Came From A Single Black Hole

By: Shrey Sharma

A single explosion released about 100 billion times the energy that the sun is expected to produce in its lifetime.

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