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Why do trees have rings

You are definitely on the wrong page if you think tree rings only denote the age of a tree. Aside

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Why do web designers use Macs

Personal preferences aside, we have seen web designers showing a general inclination toward Macs in recent years – couple of

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Why do people date

It’s been human nature to get involved with the opposite sex. It’s, we know, all but natural that you fall

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Why do houses need rain gutters

Gutter, also known as rain gutter, eavestrough, eaves channel or guttering, is a necessary component of a roof system, which

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Why do we fart

Everyone farts, be it me, you or anyone else – let’s face it, we all do it 14 times a

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Why do people get tattoos

Tattooing has been an old practice in many cultures, especially in Asia and Africa, and spread throughout the world. Though

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Why do we sleep?

We all sleep at least five to six hours – if not 8 hours as recommended – everyday. But how

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Why do people use Facebook

A recent study conducted by Ashwini Nadkarni and Stefan G. Hoffman from Boston University reveals that people use Facebook primarily

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Why do people get married

Maybe, owing to one’s bad experience, avoidance of commitment, fear of making a wrong decision, desire for being single, fear

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Why do we sweat

When we jog, we sweat; when we run, we sweat. On a hot day, our body may lose as much