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We want our children to know history, many languages, understand mathematics and physics, conduct chemical experiments and love all the diverse forms of life on Earth.
We want our children to know how to think!

Issue 1 January 2019

Issue 2 February 2019

Issue 3 March 2019

Issue 4 April 2019

Issue 5 May 2019

Issue 6 June 2019

Issue 7 July 2019

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Mathematics

Let us consider a circle and a point that does not belong to it. Connect all points of a circle with the given point by line segments.

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Physics

In Dan Brown’s novel Angels and Demons, villains steal a gram of antimatter from CERN and threaten to blow up Rome.

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Chemistry

The brighter — the warmer? Life experience tells us that these two concepts are inseparable.

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Biology

The heart is an essential organ of the human body. Scientists say that with age, the heart increases in size directly proportionally to the growth of a person’s own fist.

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Technology

“Recognizing someone by the eyes” can be based on their retina or iris. These begin to form in the mother’s womb and then hardly change after that (in a healthy person).

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Geography

The Mariana Trench lies in the northwestern Pacific Ocean near the Mariana Islands, which, in fact, gave the trench its name.

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Medicine

Several years ago, Matthew discovered that it became difficult for him to move his hand, and a neurologist came to a disappointing conclusion:

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Sports

We do not know exactly when football madness began. Kicking a ball around was popular from Egypt to South America, from Greece to China.

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Society

The “Doomsday Clock” is a symbolic dial that shows the countdown to a global catastrophe (the closer to midnight, the greater the danger).