- School Stuff
Do you see what I sea?: Sea is a Samoan delicacy that is made from the innards of a sea slug. It is normally sold in coke bottles at the food market. Not for those with a weak stomach.
The Halifax Gibbet was a guillotine used for public execution from the 13th to the 17th century, long after other countries stopped using them. Criminals had one chance to avoid being axed.
During the Early Stone Ages a city existed that was so technically advanced it seemed out of a sci-fi movie. In one night Atlantis vanished under the waves of the Atlantic Ocean, lost forever. - Page 3
High school dissection is a hotly debated science topic among high school students and teachers. Now it's your turn to let us know what you think about having to dissect things like frogs, cats and other animals in the name of science.
Polar bears, which live in the Arctic, are the world's largest land predators. And maybe because they spend just as much time on ice as they do on land, they are considered marine mammals.
Did you know your chances of being struck by lightning in the US are 1 in 600,000? But your chances of being struck in Florida are higher because the state is the lightning capital of the US.
Popcorn is a tasty addition to any movie night but it's also an example of some pretty cool science!
Without any help from special equipment, scaffolding or even drawing board designs, Simon set out building his towers with a tile setter's tools, and a window washer's belt and buckle.
A long time ago in a galaxy far... no, wrong fantasy. One of the most popular characters in the world of BONE, Gran'ma Ben, has been given the royal prequel treatment. Check out The Rose.