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Often our knowledge of our world does not go beyond the boundaries of the school curriculum of chemistry, physics or biology, magazines, films and everything we learned from the Galileo TV show. However, we are surrounded by many extraordinary things, such as water, which seems to have appeared in the universe just a billion years after the Big Bang, and has since become the basis for the birth of every form of life known to us.


Facts about water may surprise and even scare


Bemorepanda has picked up another batch of amazing things you may not have known about water.



1. Up to 80% of diseases in developing countries are associated with poor water supply and unsanitary conditions. According to a study, one in six people in the world live without regular access to safe drinking water. More than 2.4 billion people do not have access to adequate sanitation.


2. The study showed that in the US, manufacturers spend an average of 1.39 liters of water to produce 1 liter of sparkling water. This is lower than in the world, where this value is 2.02 liters. Meanwhile, 4 liters of water are needed per liter of beer, 4.74 liters for wine. Strong alcohol, it turns out, is the most wasteful - for its production you need 34.55 liters of water per liter of drink.


3. 68.7% of our planet's fresh water is stored in ice.


4. Now there is about the same amount of water on Earth as it was millions of years ago.


5. The dishwasher uses 7-14 liters of water per wash cycle, while hand washing uses approximately 75 liters.


6. Drinking too much water can be fatal.


7. It takes about 5000 liters of water to produce 500 sheets of A4 paper.


8. The water in the Atlantic Ocean is more salty than in the Pacific.



9. Since water is much denser than air, the speed of sound in it is about five times the speed of sound in air. The speed of sound in pure water is 1500 m/s, and in air it is 335 m/s.


10. Under certain conditions, hot water can freeze faster than cold water. This effect is called the Mpemba paradox.


11. Water can be described as a sticky liquid with high surface tension - the water molecules tend to cling to each other, which creates a large and strong bond between them. However, there are fewer water molecules on the surface to cling to because there is air on top (where there are no water molecules). This leads to a stronger bond between those molecules that are in contact with each other, creating a layer of tightly bound water.


12. Pure water, which, by the way, does not exist in nature, does not conduct electricity. Water becomes a conductor when the substances surrounding it begin to dissolve in it. By the way, water that can be conditionally considered “clean” is ordinary distilled water (water condensed from steam). There is also "pure" deionized water (used in laboratories), which can still contain ions.


13. A leaky faucet that drips water at a rate of one drop per second can lead to water overruns of more than 11,000 liters per year.


14. In 20% of cases, water pollution on Earth is associated with the production of clothing.


15. Around 75 billion liters of water is used worldwide every year to produce textiles, including cotton.


16. There is more fresh water in the atmosphere than in all the rivers of the planet combined.



17. A leaking toilet can result in about 760 liters of water being wasted daily.


18. Due to evaporation, the pool loses about 3785 liters of water per month.


19. Although the earth has as much fresh water as it has ever had, the demand for water has risen sharply due to rapid population growth, leaving the world's water resources scarce. Only 1 percent of the world's fresh water is readily available, and most of it is in glaciers and snow. In fact, only 0.007 percent of the planet's water is available to sustain 8 billion people.


20. In 1944, two scientists decided to give up water for an experiment - one for three days, the other for four days. However, they stopped the experiment, as their condition from dehydration worsened dramatically. If they continued their dry hunger strike, there was a risk to life.


21. In Canada, there is more water underground than on the surface.


22. Water regulates the Earth's temperature. For example, the ocean influences weather and climate by storing solar radiation, distributing heat and moisture around the world, and controlling weather events.


23. Beneath the frozen surface of Enceladus, Saturn's moon, there is an ocean of liquid water.


24. 85% of the world's population lives in the driest half of the planet.


25. The first water pipes that appeared in the United States were made of burnt logs, in which a hole was drilled or were made of boards.



26. On average, 1,771 liters of water are required to refine one barrel of crude oil.


27. The percentage of water in the body varies in different periods of life: in the womb, the fetus is 95% water, at birth - 75%, adolescents are 65% water, adults - 60% and the elderly - 55% % of your body weight.


28. Jellyfish is 95% water.


29. In Africa, women spend about 200 million hours a day collecting water. That's about 40 billion hours a year.


30. Usually, 3000-5000 liters of water are required to produce 1 kg of rice.


31. Globally, 44% of household wastewater is not treated safely and properly.


32. If the water of the whole world could fit in a 4-liter container, then the fresh water available to us would be only about one tablespoon.


33. If you drink water on an empty stomach, it will enter your bloodstream within 5 minutes after the first sip.


34. The weight that a person loses after intense physical activity depends on water, not fat.



35. 2 billion people in the world drink water from sources that are contaminated with faeces.


36. When water freezes, it expands by 9 percent.


37. The average cost of cold water in Russia in 2022 (with a consumption of 4-7 m3 per month) was 25-38 rubles/m3.


38. According to some estimates, more than 147,000 liters of water are used to produce one car.


39. 90% of water-related diseases are due to unsafe water supply, unsanitary conditions and poor hygiene. Moreover, children in developing countries are most often ill.


40. 69% of fresh water in the world is used for agriculture.


41. More than a quarter of all bottled water is taken from the municipal water supply - the same place where ordinary tap water comes from.


42. According to forecasts, by 2050 the global demand for water will increase by 20-30%.


43. Poor water supply and sanitation in developing countries is estimated to cost $260 billion a year in economic losses.


44. In plants, water defies gravity.



45. Water is the only substance on Earth that occurs in nature in three forms: liquid, solid and gaseous.


46. ​​Water that is ejected from hydrothermal vents on the seafloor can reach temperatures of up to 400º Celsius.


47. Using rice water to wash your hair can make your hair healthier and stronger.


48. If all the water vapor in the atmosphere of our planet fell on the Earth in the form of water and was evenly distributed over it, it would cover the globe with water only 2-3 cm deep.


49. The earliest known example of interstate conflict over water is between 2500 and 2350 BC between the Sumerian states of Lagash and Umma.


50. Flat-headed spatula, Australian desert frog, storing water in its body, can store it for up to two years.


51. Scientists suggest that the water in the oceans of the Earth appeared due to the fall of water-bearing celestial bodies that collided with our planet in the early stages of the formation of the solar system. Like today's ice-rich asteroids or comets.


52. Fluoridation of tap water has been proven to prevent tooth decay. Many scientific studies have shown the safety and benefits of fluoridated water. For example, in the US, people have been drinking fluoride-infused water for 75 years, leading to improved dental health.


53. Approximately 1 billion years after the Big Bang, water appeared in the Universe. According to astrophysicists, the first water molecules appeared in the era of the birth of the first stars, which indicates that already 10-11 billion years ago there was the possibility of the existence of life in one form or another.




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Do you want to make your home life easier and a little more convenient? Bemorepanda's editors invite you to familiarize yourself with 25 tricks and life hacks from web users who have found witty options that can solve simple, but important tasks for each of us.


Useful tips that work to make life easier


At least knowing them, now you will definitely not lose the end of the adhesive tape and you can even safely learn to play the guitar even at night, without fear of waking anyone up!


1. Write the date on the blister pack so you know if you took medication on that day or not


2. Foil, baking soda, salt and boiling water. Cleaning legacy silver plated cutlery


3. Use binder clips when sealing food bags instead of plastic "chip clips"

They are strong, can withstand temperature extremes without becoming brittle, come in a wide variety of sizes, and are relatively cheap!


4. Life hack for the steamer


5. Improvising Cufflinks at the Last Minute: Bolt and Nut


6. I'm tired of family members using the cup and then leaving it unwashed.

So now we each have our own colored rubber band that we put on the cup we use that day… and I end up washing fewer dishes.


7. Use the bag clip to effectively squeeze almost all of the toothpaste out of the tube


8. Organize space with hot glue and magnets. I use them all over the house


9. Use nail polish to 'tether' your USB adapter and mouse if you have a lot of USB devices


10. Made my smartphone-friendly glove thanks to foil from cookie packaging. Works great!


11. Sticking a small cardboard box to the wall while drilling holes saves a lot of washing time


12. Another option to use paper clips


13. Cork stand so I can play at night without waking the kids



14. With the onset of cold weather, I want you all to know that tea lights will keep your coffee/tea warm for many hours.


15. Pizza knife is an underrated type of knife.


16. And another example of using a paper clip …


17. Tape a rag around the hanger to clean under the fridge and stove


18. Grooming strap + pull up bar = dog nail clipper


 19. I use a hairpin to mark the end of the tape.


20. An adaptation for those cat owners whose pets like to lie on the keyboard


21. How to quickly chop cabbage with one knife


22. The guy on the plane put his boarding pass in his phone case, holding it with the latch of the table ...


23. Drink coffee immediately without diluting it with water (just boil a "coffee" ice cube)


24. My little brother - a secret genius - turned a plastic jar into a tube


25. Not sure what to do with all those hair ties and cables? Yes, that's what!


26. A simple hack to help you get rid of shoe odor: tea bags absorb bad smells in your shoes

Of course, this also works for things like duffel bags or musty satchels and the like. Just grab a few packets of tea with the scent you like and put it in your shoes.


27. Is your sink drain constantly clogged? Just dissolve a dishwasher tablet in the sink. This will not only make your sink shine like new, degrease, eliminate odors, but also eliminate minor blockages 🌊

This genius hack really works. And not only in the sink, but also in the shower. However, do not forget to rinse everything well after cleaning so as not to leave traces of dishwasher detergent.


28. Small scratches on wooden furniture are instantly invisible when rubbed with a walnut kernel.

Another interesting hack that furniture makers love. If you have scratched wooden furniture in your home, then before buying expensive wax to repair furniture, try to eliminate defects with walnuts, which, quite possibly, will easily and simply hide the flaws.


29. To prevent small items such as earrings and coins from getting into the vacuum cleaner, which often lie on the floor in the house, put tights or a piece of cloth on the vacuum cleaner pipe. πŸ’ͺ

Very often, when we vacuum, small objects are sucked into the trash bag, which can lie on the floor. It is especially unnerving when our jewelry and coins get into the vacuum cleaner. To save yourself from this problem (of course, who wants to delve into a dusty bag or glass later), put old women's tights or an unnecessary piece of sheet on the vacuum cleaner pipe.


30. Clean toilet bowl: Spots and streaks in the toilet bowl are easily and simply removed with Coca-Cola. Add at least half a liter of Coke to the toilet. Don't rinse. After a few hours, using a brush, you can easily remove stubborn stains.


31. To remove snow stains on shoes, simply treat them with half a lemon, leave for a while, then rinse the shoes with water and polish them.

It infuriates us all how quickly shoes get dirty in winter. But the most frustrating thing is the snow stains of snow and salt on the surface of the shoe, which are very difficult to remove. There is a solution. Take half a lemon and rub it on your shoes. Then rinse and polish it. White stains will go away.


32. Irritating grass stains on jeans can be easily removed with fabric softener. Just treat the stain with a little conditioner before washing.

Everyone who has children knows what it is like to wash jeans from green grass. But everything is simplified if, before throwing the jeans into the washing machine, treat the grass stain with a regular fabric softener.


 33. Do you have annoying stains on your ceramic hob? A simple toothbrush with classic toothpaste will solve your problem!

Are you constantly annoyed by stains on your glass-ceramic cooker? Are you tired of buying expensive bad-smelling harmful products? Then use a regular toothbrush and classic toothpaste for cleaning. Trust me, you will enjoy the process.


34. By closing the faucet with a bag filled with vinegar and leaving it overnight, the next morning you will get a shiny faucet, like from a store. πŸ†

Yes, today in stores there are a lot of chemicals that easily and quickly help to clean faucets. But many of them are very harmful (especially cheap ones). Fans of classic cleaning products will need this method. For cleaning, use vinegar and a regular transparent bag.


 35. Clean the oven without chemicals: Mix 2-3 packets of baking soda with 150 ml of cold water and vinegar. Set to 100 degrees for 45 minutes and then just wipe off the carbon and grease


Another hack for fans of cleaning the stove without the use of harmful chemicals.


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Disney releases its next full-length animated cartoon "Weird World". This cartoon is an adventure story about a family of reluctant explorers trying to get through the surreal and uncharted land that hides under their house.


Behind-the-scenes facts about the new Disney cartoon


The film features contemporary stars including Jake Gyllenhaal, Dennis Quaid, Jabuki Young-White, Gabrielle Union and Lucy Liu.


Let's delve into the behind-the-scenes secrets behind the creation of this weird Weird World together and see 16 behind-the-scenes facts about the new Disney cartoon...


1. Jake Gyllenhaal was thrilled to be involved from the start, telling Roy and director Don Hall that if he was going to do it, he wanted to be a part of it.


2. Lucy Liu dated Roy and his team three times before accepting the role of Callisto Mal

Unfortunately, during their second meeting, Lucy decided that the role was "not hers". In an effort to get her involved, Roy and his team left and developed the character, making Callisto more of an adventurer as well as the president of Avalonia. After meeting for the third time, Lucy was happy about the change and accepted the role.


3. Gabrielle Union didn't do a lot of voice work before joining the cast of Weirdworld, but Roy felt she was very good at it.

Describing her participation in the recording, Roy explained that Gabrielle was insecure at first despite her experience, but her performance was ultimately "overwhelming".


4. Jabuk Young-White often improvised, but many of his improvisations, unfortunately, did not make it into the film!

Don Hall was rave about Jabuk when talking about his casting, commenting that he "fits well" due to his comedic skills and improvisation. According to Don, Jabuk produced a "mountain of material" that, unfortunately, apparently had to be expunged.


5. The Clay family's three-legged dog, Legend, wasn't originally part of the story - until famed storyboard artist Bernie Mattinson encouraged the team to include the character.

Bernie, who worked on countless Disney films and was the longest-serving employee of the Walt Disney Company, believed that a dog would ground the family in the real world. The team followed Bernie's advice and named the dog Legend, which is Bernie's own nickname on the Disney team.


6. Don Hall's father worked on a farm in Iowa, which is where the inspiration for some of the characters came from.

In fact, much of the film is inspired by Don and Key's families and their relationship with their children. Key, speaking about the inspiration for "Weird World", said that it was "a letter to our fathers and our children... [one of our motivations] was just to create a great father and son story."


7. The animators wanted the "weird world" underground setting to be neither green nor brown, these colors could only be seen in the Avalonia setting above ground

So the world under Avalonia is basically bubblegum pink with some other bright hues.


8. Once an animator brought a sausage as inspiration for one of the creatures, in particular transport azura

Many of the creatures in Avalonia below were inspired by random objects and creatures, from sausages to microbes to deep sea creatures!


9. The sequence in which the Seeker, Jaeger and Ethan are chased by creatures through the bizarre Avalonian terrain appears to be 5 km in the computer

It's hard to calculate, but according to Ron, the animators actually designed about 5km of "world" for this one scene alone.


10. The entire production cycle took about four years and began with the fact that the animators called up via video call to organize and collaborate on design

Subsequently, of course, the animators began to work more closely already in the working environment of the studio.


11. Roy personally prefers hand-drawn animation (he started working on films like Treasure Planet and The Hunchback of Notre Dame), but CGI was ultimately chosen for the film.

The decision to move to a CGI style was partly due to the desired aesthetic of the world below, full of vibrant colors and varied textures.


12. His favorite character is Splat, an amorphous blob who joins the Clayde family once they are trapped in the "strange world" beneath Avalonia.

Splat went through several redesigns in order to find the perfect version of the character. Don Hall compared Splat's approach to animation to Aladdin's sentient flying carpet, as both had to communicate through pantomime.


13. The Weird World team has been with Disney for years.


Roy has produced everything from The Hunchback of Notre Dame to Rapunzel: Tangled. Don is also known for his work on City of Heroes and Moana, while screenwriter Qui Nguyen previously co-wrote Raya and the Last Dragon.


14. The film was influenced not only by stories such as "Journey to the Center of the Earth" and "King Kong", but also magazines of the last century

Don shared that as a child he liked to read old editions of tabloid magazines in which adventurers discover hidden worlds and strange creatures.


15. Roy, Don and Kwai really wanted NOT to kill their mother in this story... For once!

“So often they kill their mother – think of The Little Mermaid and Finding Nemo! We didn't want to do that, instead we wanted to include a mother figure in the story," Roy explained.


16. And finally, a fun fact: this movie is the first movie to use the Disney 100 logo in the Disney 100th Anniversary intro!



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Marie Curie (1876-1934), a Polish-French experimental scientist, became known worldwide for her scientific discoveries in the field of physics and chemistry, which played an essential role in the scientific revolution. And her merits did not go unnoticed by the scientific community - Marie Curie became the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize (for research on radioactivity), and the first person in history to receive the Nobel Prize twice. In addition, Maria was the first female professor at the University of Paris. From the above, it is easy to understand that she had extraordinary talent and thinking. And this at a time when the opinion of women was not listened to, which made her career even more impressive.


On science and life from the first woman in history to receive the Nobel Prize


Such outstanding personalities are always of great interest, so if you want to know more about Mary's way of thinking, not only as a scientist but also as a person, read the quotes that Bemorepanda has collected below. Moreover, she deserved it thanks to her discoveries that saved millions of lives and changed the world for the better.



1. "Do not be afraid of perfection, you will never achieve it."


2. "It's always good to marry your best friend."


3. "I was taught that the path of progress was neither quick nor easy."


4. “Radium should not enrich anyone. It's an element, it belongs to the whole world."


5. “Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and, above all, self-confidence. We must believe that we are gifted for something and that it must be achieved."


6. "First principle: never allow yourself to be overwhelmed by people or events."


7. “The older a person gets, the more he feels that he needs to enjoy the present moment, comparable to a state of grace.”


8. "Be less interested in people and more interested in ideas."


9. "In science, we should be interested in things, not people."


10. "There are sadistic scientists who, instead of establishing the truth, rush to hunt down errors."


11. “Decide. Have fun and get to work! The world is waiting for you to reveal your gift!”


12. "You will never make me believe that women are made to walk on stilts."


13. “Pierre Curie came to visit me and showed a simple and sincere sympathy for my student life. He soon got into the habit of telling me about his dream of an existence entirely devoted to scientific research, and he asked me to share this life.”



14. “My husband and I were so closely connected by our affection and common work that we spent almost all the time together.”


15. “I was only fifteen when I graduated from high school, and I always won first place in my class. Fatigue from growth and study forced me to rest in the countryside for almost a year. Then I returned to my father in Warsaw, hoping to teach in free schools.”


16. "A scientist in his laboratory is not just a technician: he is also a child, faced with natural phenomena that amaze him like fairy tales."


17. "I am one of those who think that science has great beauty."


18. "You should never be afraid of what you do when it's right."


19. “There is nothing to be afraid of in life, it only needs to be understood. Now is the time to understand more in order to fear less.”


20. “All my life, new views of nature made me rejoice like a child.”


21. “You never notice what has been done, you can only see what is yet to be done.”


22. “During 1894, Pierre Curie wrote letters to me that seem to me admirable in their form. None of them were very long, as he was in the habit of expressing himself briefly, but they were all written in a spirit of sincerity and with an obvious desire to make the one whom he wanted to have as a companion know him for who he is.



23. “Sometimes I had to stir the boiling mass for days on end with a heavy iron rod almost the same size as myself. By the end of the day, I was exhausted. On other days, on the contrary, the work consisted in the smallest and most delicate fractional crystallization in an attempt to concentrate the radium.


24. “You can only analyze the data you have. Be strategic about what to collect and how to store it.”


25. “More and more I feel the need for a house and a garden.”


26. “But humanity also needs dreamers for whom the selfless development of an enterprise is so exciting that it becomes impossible for them to devote their concern to their own material gain.”


27. “It was like a new world opened up before me, the world of science, which I was finally allowed to know with all freedom.”


28. “Thus perished the hope based on the miraculous being who thus ceased to exist. In the office he was never destined to return to, the water buttercups he had brought from the village were still fresh.”


29. "I am one of those who think, like Nobel, that humanity will derive more good from new discoveries than evil."


30. “In 1903, I defended my doctoral dissertation and received a degree. At the end of the same year, Becquerel, my husband and I were awarded the Nobel Prize for the discovery of radioactivity and new radioactive elements.



31. "In the course of my research, I had to investigate not only simple compounds, salts and oxides, but also a huge number of minerals."


32. "The death of my husband, which came immediately after the discoveries with which his name is associated, was perceived by the public, and especially by scientific circles, as a national misfortune."


33. “I don’t have a dress other than the one I wear every day. If you'd be so kind as to give it to me, please keep it practical and dark so that I can wear it later to go to the lab."


34. "The first experiments on the biological properties of radium were successfully carried out in France with samples from our laboratory, while my husband was still alive."


35. "My experiments have proved that the radiation of uranium compounds can be measured with accuracy under certain conditions, and that this radiation is an atomic property of the element uranium."


36. “If I see something vital around me, it is precisely that spirit of adventurism that seems indestructible and akin to curiosity.”


37. “I have the best husband you could ever dream of; I never imagined that I would find someone like him. He is a real gift from heaven, and the more we live together, the more we love each other.”


38. "I sincerely wish that some of you will continue this scientific work and keep in your ambitions the determination to make a permanent contribution to science."



39. “Sometimes my courage leaves me, and I think that I should quit my job, live in the countryside and devote myself to gardening. I also don't know if I can live without a lab even if I write science books."


40. “In the study of highly radioactive substances, special precautions must be taken if you want to make accurate measurements. Various items that are used in the chemical laboratory and those used for experiments in physics become radioactive in a short time and act on photographic plates through black paper. Dust, the air in the room, and clothes, everything becomes radioactive.”


41. "After all, science is essentially international, and it is only because of the lack of historical meaning that national qualities are attributed to it."


42. “We must not allow ourselves to believe that all scientific progress can be reduced to mechanisms, machines, gears, although these mechanisms have their own beauty. I also don't believe that the spirit of adventurism is in danger of disappearing from our world."


43. “Unfamiliar with Paris, I was lost in the big city, but the feeling that I live there alone, taking care of myself without anyone's help, did not depress me at all. If sometimes I felt lonely, then my usual state of mind was peace and great moral satisfaction.


44. “You cannot hope to build a better world without improving individuals. To this end, each of us must work towards our own improvement and at the same time bear a common responsibility for all of humanity, our special duty being to help those to whom we think we can be of most use.”


45. “I have often been asked, especially by women, how I can combine family life with a scientific career.


45. “I have often been asked, especially by women, how I can combine family life with a scientific career. Well, it wasn't easy."



46. ​​“When radium was discovered, no one knew that it would be useful in hospitals. The work was purely scientific. And this is proof that scientific work should not be considered in terms of its direct usefulness.


47. “In 1906, just at the moment when we finally abandoned the old laboratory in the barn where we were so happy, there was a terrible catastrophe that took my husband from me and left me alone to raise our children and at the same time continue our research work.


48. "Stability can only be achieved with inactive matter."


49. “Pierre Curie voluntarily exposed his hand to radium for several hours. This resulted in a burn-like injury that developed gradually and took several months to heal. Henri Becquerel accidentally received a similar burn as a result of carrying a glass tube containing radium salt in his vest pocket. He came to tell us about this pernicious effect of radium, exclaiming both admiringly and annoyedly: "I love him, but I have a complaint about him."


50. “We believe that the substance that we have extracted from pitchblende contains a metal that has not yet been discovered, related to bismuth in its analytical properties. If the existence of this new metal is confirmed, we propose to call it polonium, after the name of the country of origin of one of us."


51. “Chemically, radium differs little from barium; the salts of these two elements are isomorphic, while the radium salts are usually less soluble than the barium salts.


52. “All my thoughts were focused on my studies, which, especially at the beginning, was difficult. In fact, I was not sufficiently prepared to take the course in physical sciences at the Sorbonne, because, despite my best efforts, I did not manage to get in Poland the same complete training as the French students attending the same course.



53. "The first time I met Pierre Curie in the spring of 1894 ... A Polish physicist whom I knew and who was a great admirer of Pierre Curie once invited us together to spend an evening with him and his wife."


54. “I tried various experiments described in treatises on physics and chemistry, and the results were sometimes unexpected. At times I was encouraged by a small but unexpected success; at other times I was driven to utter despair by accidents and setbacks caused by my inexperience."


55. “If it takes a hundred years, it would be a pity, but I will not stop working for this as long as I live.”


56. "I will devote only a few lines to expressing my belief in the importance of science - it is through this daily pursuit of knowledge that man has risen to the unique position that he occupies on Earth, and his strength and well-being are constantly increasing."


57. “Certain bodies ... become luminous when heated. Their luminosity disappears after a while, but the ability to glow again under the influence of heat returns to them under the influence of a spark, and also under the influence of radium.


58. "The various reasons we have listed lead us to believe that the new radioactive substance contains a new element, which we propose to call radium."


59. "This means that we have here a completely separate kind of chemistry, for which at present we use an electrometer, and not a balance, and which we may well call the chemistry of the imponderable."


60. "A sensitive plate, an ionized gas, a fluorescent screen are actually receivers of another kind of energy, chemical energy, ionic energy ... light energy."



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They say that the best sound in the world is a child's laughter, and many parents are sure to agree with this. Public figures, artists and many other famous personalities will once again remind you how special children are and that their opinions and feelings should be treated the same as the opinions and feelings of adults.


For inspiration: sayings about children and childhood


There are many quotes about children that constantly remind us of this. We have collected only a small part of the wise sayings about children and childhood.


Do you have a favorite quote about children that inspired your parenting style or helped you better understand child psychology? Please share with us in the comments below.



1. "Children see magic because they're looking for it." — Christopher Moore


2. “If you want your children to be smart, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be smarter, read them more fairy tales." - Albert Einstein


3. "The best thing to spend on children is your time." — Louise Hart


4. "A child can ask a thousand questions that even the wisest person cannot answer." — Jacob Abbott2. “If you want your children to be smart, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be smarter, read them more fairy tales." - Albert Einstein


5. “Teach your children not only to read. Also teach them to question what they read. Teach them to question everything." — George Carlin


6. "Anyone who does something to help a child is a hero to me." — Fred Rogers


7. "Make it a rule never to give a child a book that you yourself would not read." — George Bernard Shaw


8. “Teach your children that they are unique. That way they won't feel obligated to be like everyone else." — Cindy Cashman



9. “Sometimes the smallest things take up the most space in your heart.” — Alan Alexander Milne


10. “If you are a parent, open your child's doors to unfamiliar directions so they can explore. Don't be afraid of the unknown, support it." — Rajneesh


11. "Adults are just retarded kids." — Dr. Seuss


12. “Children have never been good at listening to their elders, but they never stopped imitating them.” — James Baldwin


13. “Adults follow the path. Children are exploring. — Neil Gaiman


14. "Give kids toys that are powered by their imagination, not batteries." — H. Jackson Brown


15. “A child is not a vase to be filled, but a fire to be lit.” — Francois Rabelais


16. "Only children believe they can do anything." - Paulo Coelho


17. "Children are the only courageous philosophers." — Evgeny Zamyatin



18. “Listen to the wishes of your children. Encourage them and then empower them to make their own decisions.” — Denis Waitley


19. “The only love I really believe in is a mother’s love for her children.” — Karl Leijerfeld


20. "A man is a man, no matter how small he may be." — Dr. Seuss


21. “Children need to be taught how to think, not what to think.” — Margaret Meade


22. “Only where children gather is there a real chance to have fun.” — Minion McLaughlin


23. “Virtually everything that honest truths say in the world is done by children.” — Oliver Wendell Holmes


24. “The game is often spoken of as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” — Fred Rogers


25. "Always kiss your kids goodnight, even if they're already asleep." — H. Jackson Brown


26. “Children are not coloring books. You can't fill them with your favorite colors." — Khaled Hosseini


27. "All little girls need to be told they're pretty, even if they're not." - Marilyn Monroe


28. “Kids deserve the right to think they can change the world.” — Lois Lowry



29. “Children are mirrors, they reflect back to us everything we say and do.” — Pam Leo


30. "Parents can only give good advice or direct them on the right path, but the final formation of a person's character is in their own hands." — Anne Frank


31. “Even if people are still very young, they should not be prevented from saying what they think.” — Anne Frank


32. "To every child - I dream of a world where you can laugh, dance, sing, learn, live in peace and be happy." — Malala Yousafzai


33. “The way we talk to our children becomes their inner voice.” — Peggy O'Mara


34. "The Creator in you is a child set free." — Vince Goumon


35. “What is a home without children? Quiet". — Henry Youngman


36. "The secret of genius is to carry the spirit of a child into old age." — Aldous Huxley


37. “Watch what you say and do because little eyes are watching you.” — Reba McIntyre


38. “Children make you want to start life over.” — Muhammad Ali



39. “If you can only give your child one gift, let it be enthusiasm.” — Bruce Barton


40. “Children's games can hardly be called games. Children are never more serious than when they are playing." — Michel de Montaigne


41. “Every year you are a child, you become a different person.” — Alice Munro


42. "There is no light brighter than a child's smile." — Ian Semple


43. “You can learn a lot from children. Like how much patience you have. — Franklin P. Jones


44. “The best way to make children good is to make them happy.” — Oscar Wilde


45. “Don't worry about the kids never listening to you; worry that they are always watching you.” — Robert Fulgum


46. ​​“I continue to believe that if kids are given the right tools to succeed, they will surpass their wildest dreams!” — David Witter


47. "Never help a child with a task at which he feels he can succeed." — Maria Montessori


48. “The real magic wand is the child’s own mind.” — Jose Ortega y Gasset



49. “Play gives children the opportunity to practice what they are learning.” — Mister Rogers


50. “Today our children are our reflection. Tomorrow they will be our shadows." — Marali McKee


51. "Children reinvent your world for you." — Susan Sarandon


52. “Kids need models, not critics.” — Joseph Joubert





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