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Polarized light reveals stress patterns in clear plastic
When you pick up a baseball, it immediately suggests its purpose: to be thrown fast and with considerable accuracy.
A rock-climbing physicist explores the mechanics of his hands.
See your blind spot.
Catch a retinal net.
Sometimes what you taste has more to do with your eyes than your tongue: a "Science Snack" from the Exploratorium Teacher Institute.
You may be surprised at the results of this "wimpy" workout.
Learn about the most important piece of equipment-- your feet!
This series of activities explores those handiest of appendages, your hands.
Identify misalignments in your body by looking at your feet.
The 18,000-foot Mt. Parinacota presents some fitness challenges for climbers.
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