Fun Fact Friday | Soap

Soap is a product for cleaning made from natural ingredients that may include both plant and animal products, including items as: animal fat, such as tallow or vegetable oil, such as castor, olive, or coconut oil. Soap supposedly got its name from Mount Sapo in Rome. The word sapo, Latin for soap, first appeared in[…]

Fun Fact Friday | Black holes caught in the act of swallowing stars

Models suggest black holes can stretch devoured stars into long streamers.   At the center of nearly every galaxy lies a monster, a giant black hole millions or even billions of times heavier than the Sun. Some, known as quasars or active galactic nuclei, shine brightly from across the universe as they continuously devour surrounding[…]

Fun Fact Friday | Fog

Fog is a cloud that touches the ground Fog is a cloud that touches the ground. Fog can be thin or thick, meaning people have difficulty seeing through it. In some conditions, fog can be so thick that it makes passing cars. Even monuments like London Bridge, in London, England, or the Golden Gate Bridge, in San Francisco, California, are[…]