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- Manna in the wild.
Sugar gliders eat manna in the wild. It is a crusty sugar residue where sap flows from a wound in a tree's bark.
10 years ago
Find out what big numbers feel like. Why is 2^128 so different to 128^2? In mathematics, as in many disciplines, concepts are very important. It's important to develop a feel for numbers.
9 years ago
In ancient China, craftsmen used skimmed milk and rennet with a little lime to produce a very good water resistant glue. You can do something similar using just skimmed milk and vinegar.
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