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The most electric place on Earth

At one lake in Venezuela, lightning flashes 28 times a minute

What's the wettest place on Earth?

There are many wet places, but which one gets the crown for being the wettest on Earth?

The fattest animal on Earth

Is it a whale, bear, supersized walrus or something altogether unexpected?

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One animal is more venomous than any other

Snakes are famous for their venom, and justifiably so. But the most venomous creature of all often comes as a surprise

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How long will life survive on planet Earth?

Life on Earth will surely be wiped out eventually. But how long does it have, and what will it take to sterilise the entire planet?

The animals and plant that can live forever

Most animals eventually get old and die. But a few lucky species don't seem to feel the weight of time, and just keep going and going

Why termites build such enormous skyscrapers?

There is a new theory to explain why termites build such tall mounds – and it suggests architects could take inspiration from the tiny insects

The remote lake that tells the story of humanity's birth

One lake in Kenya has yielded fossils that revolutionised our understanding of human evolution

The largest living thing on Earth is a humongous fungus

Forget blue whales and giant redwood trees. The biggest living organism is over 2 miles across, and you'll hardly ever see it

Изследвания на стереотипите, предразсъдъците и модерния расизъм на млади българи към бежанците.

Направен е теоретичен анализ на понятия като „стереотипи”, „предразсъдъци”, „процес
на стигматизиране” и са разгледани начини за тяхното преодоляване. Представени са резултати от
проведено изследване на стереотипите, предразсъдъците и модерния…

Where is the windiest place on Earth?

Oklahoma, Antarctica, the Southern Ocean and a small island off the coast of Australia are all in the running

Discover how Norway saved its vanishing forests

A century ago, Norway was on the brink of losing its forests forever. Today they are growing every year

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The world's last truly wild horse is making a comeback

Most of the horses we think of as "wild" are just domestic horses gone feral. There is only one type of horse that remains utterly wild

The strange beasts that live in solid rock deep undeground

Drill down a mile or two into Earth's crust and you will find solid rock, unbearable heat and little oxygen. Yet it turns out there is also thriving animal life

Стереотипи и предразсъдъци

Статия за стереотипите и предразсъдъците, която посочва основни харакеристики на двете понятия и връзката им с медиите.

How hot can the Earth get?

An article about global warming

Bilingualism is good for learning

Cambridge University researchers are spreading the message that bilingualism is good for learning, rather than a hindrance as sometimes perceived.
Research shows that children who speak more than one language are multiply advantaged over their…

Innate Ability for Language Acquisition

The theory which asserts that human beings are genetically pre-programmed to learn language has been popularized most effectively by the American linguist Noam Chomsky. The assertion is argued on several counts. We will discuss four of these.

What being bilingual can do for your brain

We live in a world of great linguistic diversity. More than half of the world’s population grows up with more than one language. There are, on the other hand, language communities that are monolingual, typically some parts of the English-speaking…

Mark Twain’s Patented Inventions for Bra Straps and Other Everyday Items

Much has been made of Mark Twain’s financial problems—the imprudent investments and poor management skills that forced him to shutter his large Hartford estate and move his family to Europe in 1891. An early adopter of the typewriter and long an…