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Invisibility Shield Invention

Invisibility Shield Invention

Submitted by Michael Frankfort @mfrank_76   Click HERE for access to the main article. NO, this is not something from a Harry Potter movie. A group of British nerds claim to have created a mind-blowing invisibility shield to "surprise friends" and "avoid...

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Plastic-Eating Worms That Digest Styrofoam

Plastic-Eating Worms That Digest Styrofoam

Submitted by Michael Frankfort @mfrank_76 Scientists Discover Plastic-Eating Worms That Digest Styrofoam By Ryan Whitwam on June 13, 2022 at 5:30 amClick HERE for a link to the full article. Humanity has left its mark on the Earth, from cities of steel to mountains of...

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Icky But Interesting Facts About Poop

Icky But Interesting Facts About Poop

Submitted by Claire Zuliani @MsZuliani & Michael Frankfort @mfrank_76 11 Icky but Interesting Facts About Poop   Poop happens — to everyone. Although it's natural to flush and hit the sink without a second glance, taking a peek at what's in the toilet bowl...

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Giant Pandas No Longer Endangered

Giant Pandas No Longer Endangered

Submitted by Michael Frankfort @mfrank_76 Giant pandas no longer endangered, China says Story by Quinn Murphy and CBC Kids News • October 22, 2021 Click HERE for a link to the full article. Bear species classified as vulnerable What animal do you think of when you...

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NASCAR Kids – Free Racing-Themed Resources

NASCAR Kids – Free Racing-Themed Resources

Submitted by Michael Frankfort @mfrank_76 National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) shared FREE Racing-Themed Resources which include Science Lessons, Track Guide, Videos, and More! Fueled by NASCAR Kids. Theses resources can be found at the NSTA NASCAR Kids...

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Math Equation Could Solve Highway Traffic Jams

Math Equation Could Solve Highway Traffic Jams

Submitted by Michael Frankfort   A Simple Math Equation Could Solve Highway Traffic Jams Forever Who needs self-driving cars? Unnecessary traffic jams might be caused by human’s innate inability to drive so well, but one MIT computer scientist says there’s an...

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Illuminating Art Through Science

Illuminating Art Through Science

Submitted by Michael Frankfort @mfrank_76 Illuminating Art through Science August 9, 2022 Click HERE to access to the full article Trent Physics professor sheds new light on painting with polarization Dr. Aaron Slepkov sheds new light on painting with polarization...

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