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Interesting facts about rickshaws

This unusual form of transport is widespread in many Asian countries. In Japanese, the word “jinrikisya,” which Europeans have transformed into “rickshaw,” comprises three characters that mean “person,” “force,” and “wagon”

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How to store tea properly

One of the most common questions that all tea drinkers ask is what is the shelf life of tea and how to store it properly. There are many theories circulating on the Internet, but which of them is true?

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HOW WATER AFFECTS DENTAL HEALTH

Tooth enamel is 92-96% inorganic substances. Most of the enamel is calcium - up to 39% and phosphorus - up to 19%. It is the ratio of these elements that is mainly responsible for the health of our teeth

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Who invented the paper clip?

The paper clip is a stationery item that everyone has held at least once. But people think little about who invented it, and something connected what interesting events with this minor detail for fastening documents

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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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How to easily fall asleep and wake up with the help of science

Residents of many countries have noted that they have been sleeping less in recent years. The French sleep an hour and a half less now than 50 years ago: 6 hours 58 minutes on weekdays and 7 hours 50 minutes on weekends

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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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Interesting facts about badminton

Games similar to modern badminton were popular among many peoples in many parts of our planet

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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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