Why does blowing on hot soup help to cool it off? The answer is evaporation.
Lips are made of very sensitive tissue and, because we use our mouths constantly, are over-exposed to harsh environmental factors.
It may sound paradoxical, but warm spells and flurries often go hand in hand.
The Dead Sea has been drying up at alarming rates over the last century, dropping seventy five feet since the nineteen thirties.
Global climate is an incredibly complex system that scientists are still trying to figure out.
It sounds crazy, but household refrigerators keep food cold by bringing liquid fluorocarbon to a boil.
On a summer day, a thunderstorm can appear out of nowhere and disappear just as fast. What causes a storm to change so suddenly?
Why does blowing on hot soup help to cool it off?
You spill some coffee, after the spill dries you notice a ring... what causes the ring around the coffee?
Why must bakers adjust their cake ingredients when they live at higher elevations?