Where would we be without wheat? It provides us with everything from delicious cereals for breakfast to the bread we use for our favorite sandwiches, pizzas, and subs.
Science & Biology
Can you imagine what the world would look like today if humans didn’t have arms? We take our arms for granted, but they are extremely useful.
There are numerous benefits to using mulch around plant beds, shrubs and trees. Mulch can help plants grow that are located in shady areas, and will increase the temperature of soil in winter and decrease it in summer.
Topsoil is actually a living system and the most productive soil layer on earth. It can also be very heavy.
Is there anything better than being in a park in the summer time surrounded by trees? They bring so many benefits to our world don’t they? They oxygenate the planet and bring us delicious fruits.
The average human skeleton will account for around 14% of total body weight. Therefore, if the average American male over 20 weighs 200 pounds (90 kg), the skeletal weight will be 27.5 pounds (12.5 kg).
We were all born with one… a human brain that is. It’s one of the most important organs in our body and it gives us the ability to learn and think.
There are more than 300 species of primates with hands including apes, monkeys and of course us humans.
Saturn is the second largest planet in our solar system, and it is the sixth planet from the sun.
Without air and the oxygen in air, very few life forms would manage to exist on planet Earth.
An average human being’s body has around 5 million hair follicles that protect us from cold temperatures.
As the largest planet in our solar system, Jupiter is made up of various gases and liquids, including hydrogen, helium, methane, water vapor, ammonia, and small amounts of other substances.
The average adult body contains 9-12 pints of blood. Females have approximately 9 pints, while males have 12 pints.
A yard of dirt is more commonly referred to as a cubic yard of dirt.
If you could rocket up to space and visit other planets, you would most likely want to walk around and explore all those other planets.
Skin covers most of a person’s body, and it is the largest organ we have.
You’ve heard it said about having a good head on your shoulders.
Created 4.6 billion years ago, the moon, also known as Luna, has always fascinated mankind because it is our only natural satellite and is responsible for the rise and fall of sea tides here on earth.
The sun, also known as ‘sol’, is the most powerful and most important object in our solar system.
Who doesn’t like to see a beautiful snowfall on the trees and housetops?