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Dog Sounds In Words

Dog Sounds In Words: Understand Your Dog’s Intent

They use dog vocalization and body language to express how they feel, what they want, or what they need.

Here’s Why Most Of The Cartoon Characters Are Yellow

Here’s Why Most Of The Cartoon Characters Are Yellow

Who’s your favorite yellow cartoon character?

What Do Dogs See Humans As?

Do Dogs Think We Are Dogs?

Or do they recognize us for what we really are?

Why Do Brazilians Speak Portuguese?

Why Do Brazilians Speak Portuguese?

Surprisingly enough, Brazilians speak Portuguese, not Spanish.

Why Do Auctioneers Talk Fast?

Why Do Auctioneers Talk Fast?

Is the Fast-Talking Style a Habit or a Job Requirement?

A Stunning Visualization of Ocean Depth

A creative visualization takes you on a journey through the great ocean depths, from shallow seas to the trench.

Is the Universe Infinite?

Donut Hypothesis: Is the Universe Infinite?

Take a step into the scientific side of things, though, and you’ll realize that the universe may not actually be an infinite void after all.

Why Were Graham Crackers Invented?

Why Were Graham Crackers Invented?

Graham Crackers are a sweet treat we’ve got to thank for s’mores, tasty baked goods and always being there when

Origins of Well-Known Urban Folktales That Passes Down From One Generation to the Next

7 Well-Known Urban Folktales and Their Origins

Urban legends that pass down from one generation to the next.

Do We Really Know When Is ‘Now’?

Do We Really Know When Is ‘Now’?

This video further investigates this question from Einstein’s thought experiments on relativity to modern neuroscience research.

What Color Is a Mirror?

What Color Is a Mirror?

Mirrors have only one function: reflect the shapes and colors of other objects. But have you ever wondered, what color is a mirror?

What Is the Fastest Thing in the World?

What Is the Fastest Thing in the World?

Even though the average person walks slowly (3 mph), they are still faster than many other land creatures. What is the world’s fastest thing?

Do Insects Sleep as Well?

Sleep Is Essential For Most Creatures, but Do Insects Sleep as Well?

We know that sleep is vital for humans, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and even birds, but what about insects?

Here's What Happens if You Get Struck by Lightning

Here’s What Happens if You Get Struck by Lightning

Around 10 percent of people that get struck by lightning die due to phenomena such as episodes of side flash and surge voltage.

Do Fish Blink or Close Their Eyes?

Curious Question: Do Fish Blink or Close Their Eyes?

Have you ever seen a fish blink? Well, the answer is simple, and it can be found in a fish’s physical makeup.

Why Are Cats Afraid of Water?

Why Are Cats Afraid of Water: Is It Due to Instinct?

Cats are very composed animals. But when it comes to cats and water, you are likely to witness a complete abandonment of their composure.

As 5G Blooms, Is the Revolutionary 6G Still Far Away?

How Far Are We From 6G?

Everyone is speculating about how 6G—which is the next-generation successor to 5G networks—will impact the world.

How Hot Is a Lightning Bolt?

How Hot Is a Lightning Bolt?

Lightning is one of the most awe-inspiring natural phenomenons. But most people don’t know that lightning can be hotter than the sun.

Maneki-Neko: Japanese Lucky Cat

Meet Maneki-Neko: The Japanese Lucky Cat History

Maneki Neko—also known as Japanese lucky cats—are often found by the cash register or near the entrance, seemingly waving at customers.

Why Do Turtles Live Such Long Lives?

Why Do Turtles Live Such Long Lives?

Turtles and tortoises are among the longest-living reptiles, as you may have heard. But why do they live so long?

Why Do I Look Better in the Mirror?

Why Do I Look Better in the Mirror Than in Pictures?

Although the image you see staring back at you in selfies isn’t an accurate depiction of you, your mirror may not be telling the whole truth either.

Will We Discover Intelligent Extraterrestrial Life in 2020?

Most likely not, however, there are reasons to be optimistic about the near future.

Perhaps, This is Why Do We Lie

Everyone on the planet—yes, every single person—has told a lie.

Why Does Sex Exist? We May Very Close to an Answer

The ultimate purpose of sex remains a mystery, but scientists appear to be closer than ever to find an answer.

Why Does Blue Seem So Rare in the Natural World?

We can see blue rocks, sky, and water in nature, but blue creatures are uncommon and hard to find. But why is blue rare in nature?

Does Noise Pollution Affect Our Health and Even Make Us Sick?

As an increasing number of people migrate to urban environments – the world’s urban population has quadrupled since 1960 – the noise problem is getting worse.

How These Blocks Adhere to One Another Without the Use of Magnets?

An engineer demonstrates how non-magnetic stainless steel gauge blocks can bind their smooth surfaces together and form strong bonds.

Why Do People Complain About Side Effects When Quitting Sugar?

Consuming excessive amounts of sugar also has health risks, yet many find it extremely difficult to quit sugar.

Latin Is No Longer Commonly Spoken—Is Latin a Dead Language Today?

It’s easy to question why Latin faded into obscurity when others from around that era have continued to remain part of the conversation.

Unusual Signal Detected From One Of Jupiter’s Moon

What secrets and mysteries might be underneath these moons?

Why Do Police Officers Touch the Tail Light When They Pull?

As it turns out, this is why do cops touch your car’s tail light.

Scientists May Found Exoplanets That Could Be More Habitable Than Earth

Scientists have suggested that other worlds could be Earth-like and provide conditions for life to evolve.

Astronomers Startled by a Strange Signal from The Deep Space, Again

It has been over a decade since the first Fast Radio Burst (FRB) was discovered in 2007.