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If you love testing your knowledge and hanging with friends, you should check out How to Host a Trivia Night!

How to Host a Trivia Party

Everyone loves game nights and when it comes to trivia, everyone has at least one thing that they know better than anyone else, so why not give your f... read more
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Whether it's online or in person it's hard not to be riveted watching a flash mob, find out more in All About Flash Mobs!

All About Flash Mobs

Whether you’ve been a part of one or just enjoyed the viral vids that followed, flash mobs are a huge part of modern culture, combining spontaneity, f... read more
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Need to Share a Secret Message?

Science Project: Secret Message Tape

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The third monday of January is Martin Luther King Day, but how much do you know about the Civil Rights Activist? Find out more in All About Martin Luther King Jr.!

All About Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. played a key role in the African American Civil Rights movement. Find out more in All About Martin Luther King Jr.!... read more
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Sledding is a beloved winter pastime, but do you know how it started? Find out more in The History of Sledding!

The History of Sledding

Sledding (or tobogganing) is a beloved winter pastime for lots of people, especially if you live in a place that gets piles of snow during the dead of... read more
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Make Your Own Snow!

Science Project: Make Your Own Snow

Snow has always been a cozy feature of the holiday season. Cozy if you’re inside by the fire and not standing out in a blizzard. Making your own snow ... read more
Dec 16, 2012 | 76 comments
Stacking Up the Liquids

Science Project: How to Stack Liquids

The liquid state is a state of matter where molecules move freely. This free movement means that they tend to fill any container they are placed in an... read more
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How to Write a Story

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The US Presidential Election is on, with Obama and Romney going head to head. Find out more about the 2012 US Presidential Election!

US Presidential Elections 2012

The 2012 US Presidential Election is set to take place November 6th, 2012 with current President Barack Obama up against some new contenders. Find out... read more
Science Project: Spooky Halloween Smoke Machine

Science Project: Spooky Halloween Smoke Machine

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Smartphone Apps can be loads of fun, but they can also help you get organized in class this back-to-school season. Check out the Top 5 Smartphone Apps for Students

Top 5 Smartphone Apps For Students

Having a smartphone can mean endless ways to connect at all time to your friends and family as well as tons of fun games and apps - but apps can be mo... read more
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Top 5 Back to School Gadgets for 2012

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We all love marshmallows in smores and hot chocolate, but how much do we really know about them? Find out more in All About Marshmallows!

All About Marshmallows

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Must-Have School Supplies for 2012

Must-Have School Supplies for 2012

You may dread the end of summer, but returning to school does have some highlights - literally! We’re talking highlighters, backpacks, binders and oth... read more
Aug 20, 2012 | 32 comments
Back-to-School Trend: Personalized Notebooks

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Global warming will raise the ocean and bodies of waters. The cities will be flooded, and then frozen over. Someone goes outside, they freeze to death. The remaining survivors will die of starvation or freeze to death.
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drowning
drowning posted in Debating:
In my opinion, I see four most likely possibilities.  >>  Nuclear War/World Wars. >> The universe practically imploding and the sun burning us into oblivion or even another planet/meteorite slamming into us, destroying us entirely. >> Self-destructive tendencies of our own species, either accidentally or purposefully. >> Trump. Which could be the matchstick to the flame of at least two other things on this list.
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KayKayZ
KayKayZ posted in Debating:
I think it's kinda sad that there even actually exist debates where people argue whether someone else's identity is 'legitimate' or not. You know who knows that? The person who identifies as bisexual (or whatever else). Not me, not you, not their parents, not your parents, and no, not any religion. Them. Only them. No one else. That's it. But it is nice to see people expressing support. I'll join in and say, for all the bisexuals out there, be who you are. Let not any one person's judgment distract you from what your true feelings are. “If someone isn't what others want them to be, the others become angry. Everyone seems to have a clear idea of how other people should lead their lives, but none about his or her own.” ―  Paulo Coelho ,  The Alchemist
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ghostoflegacy
ghostoflegacy posted in Debating:
You cannot describe color to a blind person. But they also see things that you can't that they cannot describe to you. I have a friend, Joseph, who's been blind since birth. He says it looks sort of like nothing and everything at once, and that little dots malt into one big dot. He also doesn't quite grasp the concept of "dark" and "light" but he can sense when a light is on vs off. I have a friend who's been blind since she was eight (grenade accident) who says it's like a mix of every color, but it's not quite black or white. And there's no one color she can name of it. But when there's a noise, the "blanket" shifts around where the noise came from, like something's different but you can't tell what.
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