Dear Readers, I think you’ll agree when I say that this world doesn’t need more current events. What this world needs is more current events coloring pages. To that end, this blog has taken it upon itself to provide coloring pages for some of today’s true news stories.
While we humans today enjoy sinking our teeth into a MacDonald’s Big Mac apparently some of our ancestors ate nothing but grass.
After examining the teeth of the ape-like 2.5 million-year-old East African Hominids, researchers from the University of Barcelona and the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. have concluded that they ate mostly grass.
THE EAST AFRICAN HOMINIDS WHO ATE MOSTLY GRASS COLORING PAGE
A new study found bees can do arithmetic. After watching bees do stuff ad nauseum, Professor Adrian Dyer found that symbols representing simple math problems were presented to bees tasked with picking the tunnel that was marked with the correct answer. Incredibly the bees were able to get the answer right 75% of the time!
Bees Capable of Mastering Basic Math Skills Coloring Page
When Emily Edwards was a little girl vacationing in Wales, she stuck a message in the bottle and launched it out to sea. Imagine her surprise when it washed up 17 years later!
Message in Bottle Thrown in Sea Found 17 Years Later Coloring Page
And that concludes the current affairs coloring pages fort day Dear Readers! Happy Coloring!
That’s easy for you to say, sure, but you’re not an MIT Researcher.
Researchers at MIT have come up with the world’s most difficult tongue twister in an attempt to shed light on the brain’s speech planning process while at the same time shedding light on the MIT researchers brains’ ability to think up ways to get paid without doing any actual work.
Dr. Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel (who prefers being called by her nickname Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers), and her scientific tongue twisting associates have deemed “pad kid poured curd pulled cold” to be the hardest phrase to utter in the English language with the exception of Dr. Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel’s hyphenated last name.
“Certain combinations of sounds appear to make people lose control of their mouths when spoken too quickly.” Dr. Stafanie Shattuck-Hufnagel aka Sally Sells Sea Shells at the Seashore was quoted a little too quickly as saying and shortly thereafter was hospitalized with a serious case of Uncontrollable Mouth Syndrome.
MIT has requested that all get well wishes and flowers be sent to the room where the sixth sick sheikh’s sixth sheep’s sick.
The fossil remains of a hominid species dating back 1.34 million years was discovered right where somebody left it.
The partial skeleton of a large adult hominid has been uncovered in Tanzania by a group of researchers who couldn’t wait to use the new shovels they got for their birthdays.
Researchers uncovered a 1.34-million-year-old, well-formed forearm muscle that they think its owner used for “climbing, fine-manipulation and all sorts of behaviors” Dr. Charles Musiba and his team of researchers decided after thinking about it starting at lunch time and continuing to think about it off and on all afternoon until it was finally time to go home.
“We are starting to understand the physiology of these individuals and how they adapted to the kind of habitat they lived in. The size of the arm bones suggests strong forearms and a powerful upper body.” Dr. Musiba said out loud but he was thinking, “Thank goodness he was dead or we could have gotten our butts kicked!”
Coldest place on earth discovered
Scientists have discovered a place on earth so cold that anyone out in it for even a short period of time “would see their eyes, nose and lungs freeze up within minutes.”
Scientists didn’t go on to elaborate how someone whose eyes were frozen could see their nose and lungs freeze up or how a person could see their nose and lungs freeze up even if their eyes weren’t already frozen, but Coldest Place on Earth Scientists are quick to conclude that another study involving frozen noses, eyes and lungs is in order.
One lasting between six months and six years at least! The scientists are currently writing to the government asking for a grant which is going to be harder than the scientists thought while wearing mittens.