Smell. There are five steps to mineral identification.
Five Hours. John Glenn was a U.S. Senator from Ohio.
112 Mph. The fastest tennis ball serve on record is 155 mph.
North Pole. Members of the International Flat Earth Society don't believe the earth is round.
Image. Digital images are made up of square pixels.
Corundum. Corundum has a hardness of 9, according to the Mohs scale.
Meteoroids. A meteoroid is a piece of debris in the solar system .
Roll. "Roll" is one of the ways in which an aircraft can move.
Magnum. The capacity of a magnum is 1.5 liters of liquid.
Centigrade. Scientists generally measure degrees of temperature in Celsius or Centigrade units.
Chlorine. Chlorine is the chemical most often used in swimming pools to control bacteria.
Maryland. Blue crabs are harvested from Chesapeake Bay in Maryland and other places on the Atlantic coast.
Cumulus. The most intense cumulus and cumulonimbus clouds are usually associated with severe weather.
Gold. Gold has been used for coins, jewelry and art since the beginning of recorded history.
Plants. Phytotoxins are used primarily for weed control.
Dust In The Air. A konometer is used to determine industrial air quality, like in a mine or a factory.
120. The four main red blood cells types are A, B, AB and O.
Mass Of Object. The "rest mass" of a body is its mass at zero velocity.
The Dust Bowl. The period of the Dust Bowl is sometimes referred to as the "Dirty Thirties".
A Creature That Eats Fish. The Aquatic Genet is solely dependent upon fish for food.