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Why is Venus the most mysterious planet?

Venus is the second-to-last planet from the Sun and the closest planet to Earth. However, very little was known about Venus before spaceflight: the entire surface of the planet is covered by dense clouds that made it impossible to study it

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Interesting facts about geometry

The science of geometry, invented thousands of years ago, has continued to evolve and change since then, but its basics remain the same. It has become firmly embedded in human civilization, being the basis for a wide variety of fields

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Why shouldn’t anthills be destroyed?

The answer is simple: because ants are useful! But before discussing the benefits of ants for humans and the forest biocoenosis, we would like to emphasize that destroying anthills is just as unacceptable as any destructive

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Interesting facts about human bones

Bones and muscles allow humans to move, and movement, as we know, is life. They are one of the principal parts of the body. Here are some interesting facts about human bones that may surprise you with their capabilities

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Fascinating facts about duct tape

Duct tape was created for the convenience of working with gluing objects together. Today I can't imagine how people did without it 100 years ago. Fascinating facts about duct tape will tell the history of its creation and its amazing

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What is the difference between English boxing and Thai boxing?

Boxing is a type of martial arts, the key feature of which is to strike athletes only with their hands wearing suitable gloves. Such fist fights were mentioned a long time ago, back in the antiquity

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Interesting facts about archery

The bow was invented in ancient times. Naturally, it is simply impossible to name the exact date

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Where does smog come from?

Smog is a toxic (poisonous) fog. For a long time, London was considered a classic example of a smog-ridden city.

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Why don’t clouds fall to the ground?

Everyone knows that clouds comprise tiny water droplets or ice crystals. The water droplets in a cloud vary in diameter, from fractions of a micrometer to several millimeters. No matter how small the ice droplet is, it is still heavier than air

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