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The Ishongo bone is considered by anthropologists to be the second oldest mathematical tool after the Lebombo bone found in Swaziland. Recent studies show that the bone is also a lunar phase counter! Were women our first mathematicians?... posted on Sep 11 2002, 605 reads

 


Maharashtra, India's largest sugar producer, generated an annual waste of five million tonnes of leaves. That was until Dr. A D Karve figured out how to turn that trash into charcoal!... posted on Aug 02 2002, 1,115 reads

 


In a 65-year life, an average American will have spent 9 years glued to the tube.... posted on Jul 06 2002, 613 reads

 


These purple carrots not only look cool they're good for you, and completely natural.... posted on Jun 06 2002, 615 reads

 


The spirit of space exploration is alive in kids! In a recent poll, 25% of children believe that they will personally travel to Mars in their lifetimes. 50% said rock climbing there will be the most fun activity. ... posted on May 25 2002, 661 reads

 


Its a 5-year-olds dream. It's also baking bread's biggest breakthrough since sliced bread. Introducing crustless bread slices by Sara Lee:... posted on May 07 2002, 672 reads

 


According to poetry experts, nothing rhymes with either of the words "orange" or "purple." You are welcome to prove them wrong.... posted on Mar 20 2002, 613 reads

 


Purple Ketchup? Yes, earlier this year, Heinz came out with purple ketchup, this ended up being largely unsucessful.... posted on Mar 12 2002, 577 reads

 

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