The Elements of Tables

When I learned this issue was about Science, I was excited. I’ve always wanted to do a story on one of the most intriguing aspects of science, the Elements of Tables.

Tables are usually a flat surface, propped up off the ground by anywhere from two to six support beams, commonly referred to as “legs.”

Tables can be a variety of heights off the ground, but usually anywhere from 3 to 4 feet. But can you believe in places like Japan and the Middle East, tables are only a foot or less off the ground!?!?!?! That’s crazy.

Tables can be used for any number of of things, like dining, coffee-ing, drafting, ending and displaying.

Take a look around your house, I bet there are tables being used right now and you may not have even known!

Table tops can be a variety of shapes, like square, circle and even rectangle! Without tables and their elements, who knows where’d we be?

About Chris Durant

Chris Durant has worked at not working for decades. He's the publisher of Savage Henry Magazine.

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