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By passing the winter frozen as solid as a holiday fruit cake, the wood frog breaks all rules. Scientists hoping to preserve human organs are paying close attention.
An interview with Robert Macimmie of the California Historical Society.
A physicist, a scientist, and a musician experiment with sound, music, and acoustics using instruments both real and found.
Not all bubbles are made with soap!
Why is it that our heads are haunted by the likes of annoying commercial jingles, TV theme songs, and the Macarena?
What's the difference between white meat and dark meat? Which animals have which and why?
See colors that aren't really there.
Learn about origami, make your own paper, and find out the best way to fold a paper airplane.
Host Greg Caroll and riders from Stereo, Think, and Real Skateboards performed as Exploratorium staff physicist Paul Doherty explained the physics behind this extreme sport.
Journey into Chaco Canyon, where ancient people built monuments to the cosmos. Journey to Chichén Itzá, where the Maya built monuments to the sun.
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