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What Happen To The Moa Bird

22nd September 2008
The Moa bird was a huge bird. However, the biggest moa was the Giant Moa. It was taller than three metres and weighed nearly 250 kilograms. The giant moa was one of the largest of all birds ever known in the world. Nevertheless, there were smaller moa bir... Read >
Author: Jay Schindler

Science for Kids - Mammals

01st July 2008
Unless you live underwater in some vast ocean, you will find that everywhere you turn a mammal or two will be in sight! In fact, even if you do live underwater, you may run into a dolphin or a blue whale, evidence that the world of mammals is as extensive... Read >
Author: Tracy Pridemore

Are there laws about attraction between two people?

25th February 2008
"Opposites attract" is a law of attraction, at least where electromagnetism is concerned. But are there laws about attraction between two people? "In a world that is full of strangers" as a line in a famous song of the 1980's goes, is there a clear set of... Read >
Author: sulamita

What Is The Glyconutrient Xylose And How Does It Benefit The Body

07th August 2007
The glyconutrient Xylose is one of the eight essential monosaccharides, or simple sugars, that have been found essential for your health. These sugars have recently been found to be very important in the regulation and control of your immune system, and, ... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

The Dark Side Of Melatonin: Why the Melatonin Hormone Can Make You Sterile!

20th September 2005
Melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland. It is secreted when the eyes begin to perceive darkness so people have directly linked it with sleep...BUT, melatonin is one of the drugs (actually, it's a food supplement) that the smart doctors NEVER ... Read >
Author: Dan Ford
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