Continued research, international cooperation, and community engagement are crucial for the long-term conservation and survival of narwhals.

Narwhals are fascinating marine mammals known for their unique physical feature—the long, spiraled tusk protruding from their upper jaw. Their scientific name is Monodon monoceros and are part of the whale family Monodontidae, which also includes belugas. They are toothed whales and belong to the odontocete suborder.

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The Four Fundamental Forces

The four fundamental forces act upon us every day, whether we realize it or not.

There are four fundamental forces at work in the universe; the strong force, the weak force, the electromagnetic force, and the gravitational force. The one we are all familiar with, the one that keeps us from floating off into space as we walk around, gravity is the weakest of the four. How can that be? Let’s see:

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Flat Earthers

The earth is flat because the Bible says it is flat, regardless of what science tells us

When I realized that the United Nations has the flat earth map as their symbol I was convinced. I immediately took my globe, which I’ve had since childhood, out to the trash. I was going to take it to Goodwill but why perpetuate the lie. I had always been suspicious of the space programs, of all the nations, and realized they have just been faking everything and using Photoshop to show us silly round balls they call Earth.

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