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Science of Cooking • Explore the science behind food and cooking with recipes, activities, and Webcasts.
Most people abhor the sound of their own recorded voice. So what are these recording devices doing to our voices to make them sound so awful?
The Exploratorium’s Mind collection showcases dozens of interactive exhibits and artworks that let you explore your own thoughts and feelings. While you're on the website you can play with interactives and ponder explorations of the mind.
Build a mirrored tube that lets you see around corners and over walls.
Get a taste of how the earth's plates move.
Bone conduction is another pathway to listening.
Wind tubes are a playful and inventive way to explore the effect that moving air has on objects.
This clay building activity shows that when you make things bigger, weight increases faster than strength.
Find out how a cochlear implant helped one man regain the ability to listen.
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