Connecting you with relevant topics and members…Filter by FormatAllArticleIdeaImageGalleryVideoAudioLinkQuestionSort By DateAuthorContributionsDateDown-VotesLast ModifiedRankingTitleUp-VotesViewsVoting ActivityVoting Score 1 The Americans who speak with British regional accents 1 VOTE @Matthew September 20, 2019 General Education and FactsGeography and PlacesLanguage and Communication American AccentsEnglish LanguageEnglish Language HistoryNorth CarolinaOuter Banks - North Carolina 1 What Science Has Taught Us About Stonehenge 1 VOTE @eruditely September 19, 2019 General Education and FactsGeography and PlacesHistory and Past EventsSociety and Social Sciences Ancient CivilizationsArchaeological SitesArchaeologyBluestoneBronze AgeBurial GroundsBurial SitesEnglandHengesMegaliths Over the years, lots of explanations have been proposed as the origin of Stonehenge, including lost technologies, outright magic,... 2 Turns Out, Spiders Use Electricity to Fly 2 VOTES @eruditely September 13, 2019 Biological SciencesGeneral Education and FactsNature and OutdoorsPhysical Sciences Ballooning SpidersElectric ChargeElectric FieldsElectricityElectrostatic ForcesFlying SpidersLiftSpider RainsSpider SilkSpiders Apparently some species of spiders can fly… and it turns out they don’t even need the wind to do... 2 The Fern that Cooled the Planet 2 VOTES @eruditely September 13, 2019 Biological SciencesGeneral Education and FactsHistory and Past EventsNature and OutdoorsPhysical Sciences 50 Million Years Ago80 Million Years AgoActic OceanAnabaenaAzollaAzolla FernsBacteriaCarbon DioxideClimate ChangeClimate Cycles Over its lifetime, the Earth has seen plenty of climate change. About 50 million years ago the planet experienced... History of English | EnglishClub A short history of the origins and development of English from the 5th century AD. With map, illustrations and brief chronology. https://www.englishclub.com 2 A very brief history of the English Language 2 VOTES @Matthew September 11, 2019 General Education and FactsHistory and Past EventsLanguage and Communication English LanguageEnglish Language HistoryGermanic LanguagesMiddle EnglishModern EnglishOld English A short history of the origins and development of English from the 5th century AD. With map, illustrations and... Australopithecus afarensis, Lucy's species Thanks to an extraordinary fossil called Lucy, Australopithecus afarensis is one of the best-known early human relatives. https://www.nhm.ac.uk 2 Lucy: the most famous early hominid 2 VOTES @Matthew September 7, 2019 Biological SciencesGeneral Education and Facts Australopithecus AfarensisAustralopithecus-LucyDr. Donald JohansonEvolutionEvolution Of HominidsHuman EvolutionPaleoanthropology Thanks to an extraordinary fossil called Lucy, Australopithecus afarensis is one of the best-known early human relatives.