- School Stuff
In 1947, a farmer came across some weird looking pieces of metal in a field. The military closed the area off. First they said it was a crashed UFO but later said it was a weather balloon.
Regardless of age, it only takes one person to make a difference. Like the 11 year-old who invented the Popsicle. And the 13 year-old who designed the state of Alaska's flag. I bet current governor Sarah Palin did not know that! Read on for more.
Sharks have a bad name because people think they lurk near the shoreline waiting to eat innocent swimmers. The truth is, sharks don't like the taste of humans so they try to avoid eating us.
On June 5, 2001 a flying alien in a yellow suit was seen in Turkey. Aliens have been seen all over the world for years. Read on for other sightings of gooey, smelly and friendly aliens.
A letter home from a student to her parents reveals more than they were bargaining for. The endless list of tragedies is shocking. But is everything as it appears? Find out for yourself.
If you've heard of Christmas Island then you've probably heard about the 120 million land crabs that live there. Every winter they cover the town like a red blanket on their way to migrate.
The math skills of kids in every level of school aren't making some people happy. The solution? Banning calculators from the classroom. Can you imagine math class without your calculator?
NASA scientists have just celebrated the successful landing of the Phoenix Mars Lander, which is already teaching us a lot about the red planet. Get the 411 on our mysterious neighbor!
Does the thought of biting into a crunchy grasshopper make your mouth water? Maybe a roasted beetle will do the trick. Don't knock eating insects until you've bitten into your first one.
Ever give your cat a toy with catnip and watch your cat go berserk? Or maybe you have one of those cats that doesn't respond to catnip. Read on to find out how catnip drives cats crazy.
Millions of people believe man hasn't landed on the Moon. Non-believers think the entire landing was a conspiracy by NASA. There is enough proof we have been to the Moon and back a few times.
Just because the name suggests this bird is bald, doesn't mean the Bald Eagle has no feathers. The eagle can be found throughout North America. Did you know this bird can swim?
If you’ve been hanging out in the cafeteria or library you’re probably out of the loop. It seems that it’s not just a rumor that a type of tattoo known as "Blue Star" is being sold on school grounds.
Greg Smith likes playing soccer, mountain climbing and reading. He's just like every other boy his age, except the 11 year-old is in his second year at college and working towards world peace.
Check out the weird and gross defense mechanisms animals, like Horned Lizards and skunks, use to protect themselves against enemies. - Page 2
Everyone knows all you need to do is inhale some helium to sound like Donald Duck. Did you also know it's not the helium that makes your voice squeak, but a vibrating flap in your throat?