It sounds like a question asked at the dawn of the Stone Age.  If at all, grade school kids have surely made an experiment along these lines in Science class—if not in your own  backyard ( while you were not looking). And they came by the answers just as when smoke started forming. The moral of the story is: Keep matchsticks out of reach of misguided children. All living things [...]

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To many school kids, Jupiter is the king planet, at least in our solar system. It was the center of attention for its gigantic size and in the past it was thought that no other planet could be bigger. Some people even thought of Jupiter as a habitable planet. It’s no longer the case today. Jupiter is almost entirely made of hydrogen. You can never live on it. The remaining [...]

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If you’re talking to a prospect date nothing turns you off more than a mean bad breath. That’s why print TV ads are making a killing from selling mouth wash and toothpaste that get rid of mouth bacteria. Whether bacteria in the mouth get killed or not, is beside the point. We all want to smell good when we kiss and we all feel a burning sensation in the mouth [...]

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Perfect skin is aptly described as milky white. Perfect teeth are said to be milky white, too. But milky white eyes could either mean you have cataracts or you’re dead. Milk comes in many forms but it is essentially made of protein, calcium, vitamin C, and saturated fat. Some milk has more lactose than others. Milk’s white color Milk appears white because of a protein called casein. Casein is made [...]

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