Tell Me Why

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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?
Even if you don't like baseball, little Rowan may be adorable enough to change your mind. Check out part of the fun above
Asteroid enthusiast Ben joins Ricky and Dr. Dan Durda to weigh in on the plot of "Armageddon".
This clip is part of HuffPost Live's "Tell Me Why" series, featuring young enthusiasts discussing the subjects they're passionate
"Their fans were really scary, actually. They were all dressed up, too, and they were, like, chanting and stuff," Connie
Thirteen-year-old Gabrielle first became interested in mythology a couple of years ago when she read a few installments of
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.