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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.
Sometimes what you taste has more to do with your eyes than your tongue: a "Science Snack" from the Exploratorium Teacher Institute.
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.
You may be surprised at the results of this "wimpy" workout.
The 18,000-foot Mt. Parinacota presents some fitness challenges for climbers.
Catch a retinal net.
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