Then Beleg chose Anglachel; and that was a sword of great worth, and it was so named because it was made of iron that fell
Phosphorus is one of those “polymath” elements–it does a variety of things in your body, your food, and all around you. And apparently we’re going
A mineral that is very common and has extremely useful properties? Sounds like great news, and it is (though people have altered the perovskite used
Yes, this is planet Earth. And yes, this is the 21st century. According to the Mongolian Project, which posted this video four years ago (link
Many people connect iodine and salt, but are there iodine mines, like salt mines? Does it just occur in food? Why do we need iodine?
This is one of those videos that makes the Internet so worthwhile. Hope Mom wasn’t planning on using her flour sifter, though. According to the