Here is my question:
Why does the sun not give me the same vitamin D at high altitudes as it would at sea level?
Here are my kids questions:
What is Cancer? Can I catch it from my friend?
How can plants deep in the ocean grow without sunlight?
Why is the Liberty Bell cracked?
Does bath water in the northern hemisphere go down the drain in the opposite direction from bath water in the southern hemisphere?
How do they make glass bulletproof?
Why do birds sit in a line on telephone wires?
I had a wonder last night, as I was drinking a cup of peppermint tea. If tea comes from the leaves of an evergreen plant, then what makes it turn into this brown color? Why does tea stain so bad? Can you dye fabrics with tea? I've heard of people using tea to take the sting out of a bee sting. How does that work? How powerful is tea at healing the body? I wonder if there is any current research out there on tea? It is interesting that tea has been around for centuries, yet we know so little about it.
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But I am not sure if it answers your question although the links for other places to learn more may point you in the right direction!