Cool Science Experiments and Discoveries
The Hidden Science of Bowling
You might think of bowling as a a fun Friday night activity but for the professionals there is a lot of science at work to give them the edge.
How Cooling Homes Could Help Heating Homes
With extreme weather comes mans attempts to counter nature, either by cooling or heating our homes. But could the rise in air conditioners also help solve the problem of heating homes?
Falling Into a Black Hole
If you fell into a black hole you would experience some of the weirdest things the world of science can explain. Oh and you'll more than likely die a painful death. But think of the science.
Why Can Women See Better Than Men?
Did you know that women can see better than men? It's true and the reason why will surprise you.
Do You Know About Your Secret Twin?
Learn about the strange case of Karen Keegan who needed a kidney transplant but discovered foreign DNA in her cells from a long lost twin.
Do Guns Work in Space?
With man reaching towards the heavens it's inevitable that conflict will follow. If pushed to extremes and guns are introduced, how would they act in space?
The Biggest Nuclear Explosions in History
Over the years man has seen the power of Nuclear Bombs multiple times. But just how big have we gone in the goal of ultimate destruction?
Can You Turn Cotton Balls Into Cotton Candy?
Cotton candy is a childhood favorite but can you make the sweet treat using cotton balls? They might look the same but they sure don't taste the same.
Why You are Doomed to Fail the Milk Crate Challenge
The Milk Crate Challenge is a dangerous new viral trend that most people are getting hurt trying. But why is it so difficult to complete it safely?
Sea Monkeys have a Dark History
Sea Monkeys were a favorite for many kids growing up. A pet that didn't require much work. But there was a dark history behind it that many don't know about.
The Giant Virus That Shouldn't Exist
The world of virus' is fascinating. Neither living nor dead they exist to infect or so we thought. Then we stumbled upon this giant virus.
What it's Like Traveling to the Deepest Part of the Ocean, the Mariana Trench
The Mariana Trench is the deepest part of the ocean and getting their is the ultimate journey. Lets take a look at what you would encounter traveling to the deepest part of our ocean.
How to be Precise Over Small Distances
Everyone is obsessed with size. From the very big to the very small. So how would you precisely measure the very small?
Tracking Species with eDNA
eDNA is environmental DNA and has been used by scientists to track various species that are notoriously tricky to find.
The Smallest Things Made Big
What would happen if you were to scale up really small things and put them in the real world? Lets start with an atom scaled to 5cm and see where that takes us.