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An interview with Robert Macimmie of the California Historical Society.
Here's how you can model the use of X rays for medical examinations with some sand and a piece of screen.
Use printable images from our time-lapse movies to make flipbooks–handheld animations that you can make at home.
If you vibrate something at just the right frequency, you can get a big reaction.
Search a geological map of Ethiopia for fossils.
The three most densely populated cities on the planet where seismologists expect major earthquakes are San Francisco, Tokyo, and Istanbul. Find out why the effects in each city will be very different.
Why your phone calls don't leak out of optical fibers.
Explore articles and interactives and listen to the calls of amazing, adaptable frogs.
Explore the history, people, and landscape of this research facility and the scientific and cultural ideas that emerge.
Your brain is always looking for blank spaces and filling them in. Sometimes, your brain leaps to the wrong conclusion. Then you get a surprise!
Can making up stories improve your memory? Try it!
The fact and fiction behind some bizarre gardening remedies.
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