It may be hard to believe, but Antarctica used to be home to forests.
As it turns out, life may not be limited to orbits around sun-like stars.
On this edition of A Moment Of Science, we check out some of the atmosphere's many layers.
After a clean shave, does your hair grow back thicker than the time before? Find out on this Moment of Science.
In the northern hemisphere, it's getting to be grilling season again. Before you get too excited, though, there are a few things you should know.
Though you may think you love caffeine, you're no match for this custom-built E. coli strain.
How long do you think is the world record for going without sleep? (Hint: It's a really, really long time.)
55 million years ago, as the Earth heated up, many mammal species got smaller. Could the same thing happen again with human-induced global climate change?
Heating water in the microwave seems quick and easy, but you may be taking a dangerous risk.
Why are letters reversed in a mirror? Try this experiment with pen and paper.
Why does a sheet of tin foil float but a ball of tin foil sink?
Yes, the classic physics question is visited again. A Moment of Science learns about mass and gravity.
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