Cool Science Experiments and Discoveries
The Science Behind Phantom Limbs
Phantom Limbs are a rare phenomenon where people believe their severed limbs are still there and can feel pain associated with them. So can science explain why this happens?
What Adderall Does to Your Brain
Adderall was designed to tackle ADHD and has grown in popularity over the years. But what exactly does it do to you brain and how is it related to Meth?
How to Make Black Fire with a Shadow
Fire is a mystery but there are certain things we know about it. It produces light and it has no shadow. But what if you could create a black flame that also casts a shadow?
Drinking Champagne in Space is a Challenge
Companies are betting that the first space tourists are gonna want to celebrate will some champagne in space but that poses some tricky problems. That was until this company figured out how to make drinking bubbly in zero gravity possible.
Weed Looks Weird Under a Microscope
While many weed smokers don't worry too much about it's appearance but if you did take the time to examine it under a microscope you would see that the Marijuana plant has an alien like structure.
How Mounting Tires with Fire Works
Tires being mounted on rims with the help of fire has become popular but how exactly does it work? Lets take a scientific look at what actually goes on to cause the spectacular result.
What Cigarette Smoking Does to the Human Body
Smokers and their addiction to nicotine suffer from many side effects by smoking cigarettes but what exactly goes on inside the human body when you smoke?
Could the World Survive Without Oxygen?
Oxygen is one of the most abundant elements in the universe so what would happen if it disappeared for 5 seconds? Take a look at how the lack of oxygen would impact various aspects of our lives.
Where Will the Expanding Universe Go?
Scientist have proven that the universe is constantly expanding since the Big Bang but how far will it go and what will it expand into?
New Membrane Filters Out Small Not Large Objects
Normally when you use a filter it's to hold back larger bits of material and only allowing smaller, finer pieces through. This new developed membrane does things differently only allowing larger particles through not smaller.
Horseshoe Crab Blood is Blue but Worth a Lot of Green
Horseshoe Crab Blood is one of the most expensive liquids in the world thanks to it's medical use by the FDA. Take a look at why it's so costly and valuable.
Astrology and the World of Science
Astrology and science don't traditionally go together despite the huge support both get from their respective teams. So let's take a look at astrology as seen through the eyes of science.
Growing Food in the Desert with Seawater
Take a look at how science is helping to to grow food in the most inhospitable places in the world. By using sunlight to desalinate water they are able to provide fresh water to greenhouses to grow food where life struggles to exist.
Shrinking Balloon Animals with Liquid Nitrogen
Are you the zookeeper of a balloon animal zoo? Are you running out of space for all your occupants? Fear not for liquid nitrogen is here to save you space.
Chlorine Won't Help Your Pool of Pee
Peeing in the pool is, well, disturbing. Most people seem to think that the chlorine in the water is sufficient to combat any negative side effects but I have bad news.