There is one word I always look up when I want to try a new reference source.
EvolutionThat is pretty good.
In the study of life and living things, evolution is the term used to describe the way a type of living thing changes over a long period of time. "Evolution" is a scientific theory (an explanation) that is used by scientists to explain why different creatures and plants are the way that they are, and act the way that they do.
A horse has a single hoof on each foot, a cow has two, a bird has its whole arm changed into a wing, and a human has a hand. But if we look at fossils - made when very old dead things got squashed between clay or sand, which hardened into rocks, we can see all these animals were once one type of animal: Fishes.That is not as good. I am not sure why this is.
I lied. There are two words I always look up to try new reference sources. Can you guess the other one?
MennonitesThat is double plus not as good. I am afraid that if I write like this much longer, I will forget how to write long sentences.
The Mennonites are a group of Christian Anabaptists named after Menno Simons (1496–1561). His teachings were a relatively minor influence on the group,though. They are of the historic peace churches. Mennonites are committed to nonviolence, nonviolent resistance/reconciliation, and pacifism.