He may look like the absent-minded professor from the movie "Back to the Future", but 71-year old Walter Levin is one of the world's most popular professors, thanks to his unconventional ways of revealing the beauty of science to his students and people all around the world.
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Who would think that this innocent-looking Light Brown Apple Moth could cause so much controversy. According to the California Department of Food and Agriculture, this immigrant from Australia is a menace to crops and needs to be eradicated immediately. While Californian's agree, it's the method used that has them yelling, 'STOP THE SPRAY'.
Instead of wondering whether to keep or toss the birthday or thank you card you just received, you may now be able to grow it. Welcome to the new world of completely recyclable greeting cards that are coming to market. Not only are they eco-friendly, but they also cost about the same as conventional greeting cards.
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Before fame, the world's most celebrated writers had regular-kid problems. A young J. R. R. Tolkien was bitten by a huge tarantula—or as he called it, “a spider as big as a dragon.” Toddler Zora Neale Hurston took her first steps when a wild hog entered her house and started chasing her! Kid Authors tells their stories and more — the diverse and inclusive cast that includes Beverly Cleary, J. K. Rowling, Sherman Alexie, Stan Lee — through kid-friendly texts and full-color cartoon illustrations.
The Komodo dragon's encounter with the scuba divers has made them quite famous. With only 4,000 left in the wild, the chance that we will ever encounter one outside of a Zoo, is very slim. However, these pre-historic looking creatures are fascinating and we thought it would be fun to explore them further.
If Chris Parry, head of Britain's top private schools is to be believed, schools, as we know them today, will not exist in about 30 years. No longer will students have to toil day after day after day trying to learn math, science, history etc. etc.