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Plat4om 36m
It would literally take over 5 and a half days travelling at the speed of light to reach the outer limits of our solar system. That is how far off it is.
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Crafty, now with rainbows. 1h
Replying to @carlysintothat
You know, if you do squats while earing, the calories don't count.
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worldoneschool Jun 14
Researchers have shown that light can also travel in a curve. It's well known that light bends. Out in space, light rays passing near very massive objects such as stars are seen to travel in curves.
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Hyper Recruitment 12h
Did you know? Venus is the only planet to spin clockwise
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Optec Instrumentation Jun 16
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Science Wow 12h
Why do you grow wisdom teeth? Check out our daily science fact to find out more!
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Plat4om Jun 14
Magnesium has been shown to be as effective as antidepressants in several studies for the treatment of major depression and anxiety disorders. Researchers even recommend it for the general population.
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Knock Sikkim 17h
| Alexander Friedmann was the first physicist to propose an expanding universe theory.
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Joe Collins ❤️💜💙🏳️‍🌈 Mar 21
Light is the absolute fastest thing in the universe, able to go around the earth 7.5 times in just 1 second! The second fastest thing in the universe is how quickly a retail employee's *customer service* smile drops the instant a customer turns around to leave.
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Gareth Bale⚽️ Mar 30
I eventually realized it. People are prisoners of their phones, that's why they are called "cell phones".
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Shaun Taylor Jun 17
No scientific study has found 5g to be safe
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Meluha May 27
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Plat4om Jun 14
People with sensitive noses are capable of smelling when it's about to rain due to atmospheric chemicals reacting and creating ozone. It has a pungent, sweet smell. Can you smell rain?
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Farnsworth Feb 2
5 year-old to 3 year-old: Fog is clouds that are close to the ground. For no reason.
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Emily Levesque ✨🔭🤓🏳️‍🌈 Jan 5
Actual nugget of wisdom that I shared with a reporter this afternoon: “I think most astronomers know more about dying stars than they know about cows.” 🐮
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Meluha Jun 14
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WorldScienceFestival Dec 28
Forget sleeping like a rock. We'd rather sleep like a koala.
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starpants Jan 23
Grad Student: Today’s science fact is that we can 3D print human skin cells Lab Manger: cool GS: Yesterday’s fact was that we can 3D print homes LM: uh huh... GS: So then it follows that we can print homes made of human skin LM: ABSOLUTLY NOT
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eliza Jan 28
Peppers evolved to be spicy as a survival mechanism to ward off mammals, then humans came around like Bitch I Literally Love Pain And Discomfort What U Thought Bitch HaHa!!! 😜🌶💦
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Tia Freeman Mar 10
Velvet worms travel so little in their lives that even a few hundred metres between populations can lead to genetically distinct species. It’s so sad to think how many species we’ll never even know about
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