Can lightning strike the same place twice? and other questions about Earth, weather, and the environment
|Format:||Adobe PDF eBook 2010 2010|
|Availability:||Available from OverDrive 1 of 1 copy|
SummaryIf the groundhog sees its shadow, there will be six more weeks of winter. Moss grows only on the north side of a tree. No two snowflakes are alike. You may have heard these common sayings or beliefs before. But are they really true? Can they be proven using science? Let's investigate seventeen statements about Earth, weather, and the environment and find out which ones are right, which ones are wrong, and which ones still stump scientists! Find out whether all deserts are hot! Discover whether it's true that a ring around the Moon means rain or snow is on the way! See if you can tell the difference between fact and fiction with Is That a Fact?
|Series||Is that a fact?|
Science Miscellanea Juvenile literature
Children's questions and answers
|Publisher|| Minneapolis :Lerner Publishing Group2010
Thompson, Colin W.,
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Format: Adobe PDF eBook
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1 online resource.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 38-39) and index.