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Interesting facts about the Grand Canyon

Interesting facts about the Grand Canyon is a great way to learn more about famous natural landmarks. It is also called the Grand Canyon or Grand Canyon. It is one of the most unusual geological sites on earth.

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Interesting facts about Pythagoras

If we list the greatest scientists in the entire history of humanity, among the first will undoubtedly be named Pythagoras of Samos.

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A polar bear’s fur is not actually white, but transparent!

The polar bear is a formidable inhabitant of the Earth’s northern hemisphere. He likes to eat seals and seals, lives on drifting ice floes and is the hero of many cartoons. It would seem that even the name of the bear

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Women’s Top 10 Inventions

You’ve probably guessed that inventions of mankind, such as the bra, diapers, dishwasher, or chocolate chip cookies, were probably invented by a woman. How about the car muffler or the circular saw?

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Interesting facts about boxing gloves

Boxing Gloves Facts What are boxing gloves for? Most people, far from boxing, believe that to soften blows and, therefore, for the safety of the athlete who missed that blow

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Why can’t you divide by zero?

It’s because the four actions of arithmetic-addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division-are actually unequal. Mathematicians recognize only two of them - addition and multiplication - as valid.

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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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What city is in danger of disappearing under water?

In the early 1960s, the population of one city was shocked by the news that it was gradually going under water.

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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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