Is it for farming? Is it for energy conservation? Is it for voter turnout in elections? Is it to prevent pedestrians from getting hit by cars? Let's find out.
Pour yourself a cup and dive into some beverage knowledge.
What happens on that fateful date? Does it disappear? Does it suddenly become toxic? How does the purity of clean water sealed in a container suddenly become compromised?
You’ve noticed that every radio and television station not only has a 4-letter identification but that most of them either start with a W or K. Ever bothered to wonder why?
We’re all very comfortable with the notion that when snow falls or ice forms on a sidewalk, the best way to deal with it is to throw salt out there, to melt the ice. But why? How does combining ... [more]
No chemical names, no names of places, and no made up words either. Plain and simple: what's the longest word in the English language?
Currently, "bootleg" is an all-encompassing word associated with stealing. But what does illegal activity have to do with leather footwear?
When you prepare for a winter storm, do you know all the forms that can be assumed by the falling frozen water?
Someone’s body has an involuntary reflexive response because of an allergen and we ask an omnipotent creator for help. What? Why?