Kansas: We've Got Gulls, Just Not Seagulls
Every fall, you can look to the Kansas landscape and find a temporary tapestry of colors. You can also find... seagulls. Well, not SEA-gulls, exactly. But, gulls! Huge numbers of gulls migrate through Kansas this time of year. Commentator Rex Buchanan gives us an introduction to our autumn guests.
What Happened to the Great Grasshopper Plague?
Late summer is the time when grasshoppers fly. In a short trip down a Kansas country road, they can quickly coat the grill of your car. But as Commentator John Richard Schrock tells us, it's nothing compared to the grasshopper invasion Kansas farmers faced 140 years ago.
Value of Classical Music More Important Than The Mozart Effect
Perhaps you've read about those studies that suggest listening to classical music makes you smarter. Maybe it does and maybe it doesn't. But as Commentator Mark Foley points out, there's much more value to music than whether it has the ability to boost your I.Q.
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Clone Your Dog for a Mere $100,000
The Duponts in Louisiana loved their mutt Melvin so much they jumped at the chance to replicate him. Melvin is gone now, but he has left behind two clones, Ken and Henry.