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Experts may have all the answers, but sometimes kids discover more about the coolest things. This week, 11-year-old Tanishq schools Josh on what goes into a biological computer.
Experts may have all the answers, but when it comes to gay rights, 12-year-olds Quinn and Polly might have something to teach us. They join us to discuss what they've done to fight for equality, plus they'll explore what else can be done to help.
Experts may have all the answers, but let's face it: kids ask the best questions. Today, 9-year-old John asks an astrophysicist about black holes. John wants to know: is planet Earth at risk for being swallowed up by one?
Asteroid enthusiast Ben joins Ricky and Dr. Dan Durda to weigh in on the plot of "Armageddon".
Before Winkler could even finish, Gabrielle jumped in, saying, "The funniest part of that one was the men climb on the bellies
Experts may have all the answers, but let's face it: kids ask the best questions. Thirteen-year-old Gabrielle is a fan of ancient myths and she finds out about folklore around the world, plus learns how Hollywood is inspired by mythology today.
Experts may have all the answers, but let's face it: kids ask the best questions. Rowan wonders why people have boogers. (And why does her little brother pick his nose?!)
Experts may have all the answers, but let's face it: kids have all the best questions. Today, 12-year-old Madison shares her passion for politics and voting.
Experts may have all the answers, but let's face it: kids ask the best questions. Today, seven-year-old Lena Apolskis asks about the art of surfing. How do you get up on a board?
"[I would] kind of alter genetic switches inside birds to make it be like a dinosaur," he said. "Like, take away the beak
Experts may have all the answers, but let's face it: kids have all the best questions. Today, 7-year-old Dane Rogan Showalter shares his knowledge of dinosaurs and wonders: Will dinosaurs ever again roam the Earth?
Experts may have all the answers, but let's face it: kids have all the best questions. Today, 12-year-old Ryan Martz wonders how storms develop, then he helps us track the weather that will take us into our weekend forecast.
"Oh! Never thought of that," she said with a smile. At just 8 years old, Leila Conlan Adane has already built a pretty impressive
This clip is part of HuffPost Live's "Tell Me Why" series, featuring young enthusiasts discussing the subjects they're passionate
The concept of nanotechnology would make most adults' heads spin, but not so for 10-year-old science buff Tanishq Abraham
Experts may have all the answers, but let's face it: kids ask the best questions. Unless of course they're 10-year-old Tanishq Abraham, who just completed a course on nanotechnology. Today, Tanishq explains what it is and how it works.
Check out the full segment with robot lover Gabriel LaFrance Fergesen and roboticist Alex Reben on HuffPost Live HERE: This
7-year-old Gabe LaFrance Fergesen expounds upon his fascination with robots and wonders: will bots take over the world?