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Did You Meet The Requirements? October 2, 2020

Have you ever entered a competition? With every competition there are rules for entering. If you’re entering a science fair, for example, one of the

Breaking Records: Reusable Rockets September 25, 2020

It takes a lot of work to launch two rockets to space within three months. People have to work hard to ensure rockets are built and tested properly. B

What Would You Tell Lego? September 25, 2020

If your toys and packages come tied up in vast amounts of plastic, it might be time to ask companies to use less plastic. While many of us know that p

RIP Notorious RBG September 25, 2020

On Friday, September 18th, people around the world heard the news: US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died of complications from cancer.

Disaster Preparedness & Super Messages September 18, 2020

When should a message ABSOLUTELY reach someone? During an emergency, for one. We’re not talking, “My phone battery is running low!” type of emer

Who’s The New Leader Of Japan? September 18, 2020

Here’s a question to ponder: What happens when the leader of a country decides to resign? Last month, the prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, annou

Breaking Records: Steepest Street September 18, 2020

Who knew it’d be so difficult to measure the gradient (or the incline) of a road? Ready for the drama? In 2019, Ffordd Pen Llech in Harlech, Wales,

Colin Kaepernick Plays Football Again? September 18, 2020

Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is one of our favorite professional athletes to talk about. Why? Because like many of his fell

Election Series: Should Election Day Be A National Holiday? September 18, 2020

Interesting question, right? Actually, this question has been debated for quite some time—at least in the United States. Why? Because unlike other c