LEGO Facts

LEGO is one of the most beloved and successful toys in the world. With an incredible history spanning 80 years, … Read more

Iodine Facts 

Iodine, denoted by the symbol “I” and atomic number 53, is a blue-black solid with diverse applications in medicine and … Read more

Light Bulb Facts

Light bulbs are made using a variety of materials, including glass, metal, and plastic. The most common type of light … Read more

Chesapeake Bay Bridge

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge connects the state’s rural Eastern Shore region with its urban Western Shore. Officially, it is the … Read more

What Causes Hurricanes

Hurricanes’ key ingredients are warm water, moist air, and strong upper-level winds. The development of a hurricane occurs when masses … Read more

Space Needle Facts

The Space Needle is a tower in Seattle, Washington, that was built for the 1962 World’s Fair. It is 605 … Read more

Television Facts

Constantin Perskyi coined the word “television” in 1900. Black and white images with sound were displayed on a black and … Read more

Spinach Facts

Originally from Asia, spinach is a leafy green flowering plant whose leaves are consumed as an edible vegetable either fresh … Read more

Lighthouse Facts

A lighthouse is a tall building with a bright light near the top, and it protects ships from crashing into … Read more