This week saw a variety of different types of earthquake – from a sequence off the coast of Chile to a quarry blast in Minnesota.
Research has shown that male mating behaviors don’t always impress the ladies – from peacocks to katydids, the way males show off doesn’t necessarily indicate mate quality to the female.
The ancient Egyptians didn’t have a zero, so how did they multiply? Try this math trick to manipulate numbers and help students master multiplication.
Decoded Science’s Climate Doctor takes Mother Earth’s temperature. 2017 is shaping up to be the second-warmest year on record.
Earthquake maps are notoriously incomplete, but this week we look at tremors in Chile, Iceland and the US. Oh, and quote some Hamlet.
Sugarcane is harvested, crushed, the juice collected and converted to raw sugar. Is cane juice crystallization to raw sugar a chemical or a physical change?
Physics, Archimedes’ Principle, helium balloons, and air as a liquid – Dr. Paul Heckert answers a reader question in this new Ask the Expert article.