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Why is the Parthenon famous?
The Parthenon was a temple to the Greek goddess Athena. It was built between 447 and 433 BC and still stands at the Acropolis in Athens. Its decorative sculptures made of white marble make it an example of the best Grecian architecture.
If you reverse one of the batteries in a string, does that reversed battery recharge?
How did we start the ritual of kissing a wound to make it better?
What was in fashion in Renaissance Florence?
How does the camera know (measure) what the distance is to the object?
What did people wear in Medieval Europe?
Which planet could melt metal?
Do people live in the Arctic?
How does a sewing machine work?
Why does my cat purr?
How do pilots steer an airplane?
If I don’t have a thermometer handy, can I count cricket chirps to calculate the temperature outside?
Where and when did numbers originate?
What are team sports?
Why do we say, “If you believe that, I’ve got a bridge I’d like to sell you”?
Why did dinosaurs become extinct?
Why do we refer to an important issue as “the burning question” of the day?
What is the difference in distance that a soccer ball will travel if the air pressure in the ball changes?
Who was Confucius?
Can the electric current be taken out of the metal where the charge will not carry?
Why does an object accelerate when it changes direction?
Can fish perform tricks?
Why are new ships christened with champagne?
How does a magnifying glass work?
What is the hum you hear when walking under large power lines?
Is the Milky Way a part of a cluster of galaxies?
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