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  • How Did Early Civilizations Supply All Their Drinking Water?

    For many today obtaining clean drinking water can be as simple as grabbing a bottle from a refrigerator, but it wasn't always so easy!

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  • You Can't See It, But There's A LOT Of Stuff In Your Drinking Water

    There are various things in natural water that can be harmful for us to drink, from debris and bacteria. How and when did water become safe?

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  • Are We Really Running Out Of Drinking Water?

    With many regions around the world experiencing severe droughts, what will happen human and animal life when there's no more potable water?

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  • How Much Fluoride Should Be In Your Water?

    As with anything in chemistry and even life, everything in moderation. So what happen when there's too much fluoride in your drinking water?

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  • Is Propaganda Ever Ethical?

    It's a common goal of propaganda to promote a biased opinion, and while many may resist, propaganda actually has the ability to save lives!

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  • From Religion To War: How Propaganda Changed The World

    The word "propaganda" today has many negative connotations, but actually comes from a vatican organization with a mission to promote faith.

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  • Why Do We Even Have Puberty?

    We all think that puberty begins in our pre-teens and ends in our early adulthood but, the truth is, puberty lasts throughout our lifetime.

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  • Wait...Animals Go Through Puberty Too?

    Puberty is an interesting time for all of us. But why do we go through it at all and what other animals go through sexual maturity?

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  • How Obesity And Snakebites Affect Puberty

    There certain instances when puberty seems to be revered in a sense and other factors that affect the age you begin puberty as well.

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  • How Many Different Ways Can A Star Die?

    Like all good things, stars too, must come to an end. What happens in death however, varies greatly between each star and its properties.

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