There is a lot of physics behind machines. Why do machines jam and what is done to prevent them from breaking?
It can be a pain but changing your car's oil is very important!
Just how do bugs walk on water? Learn how bugs use their feet and surface tension to walk.
Heat was once thought to be a liquid. However, we know know that heat is a measure of kinetic energy.
Slipping on ice is no fun. But, why is ice, technically, not slippery?
If you've ever driven on a highway during a heavy rain, you know about the danger of skidding. Learn how tire tread works on this Moment of Science.
Have you ever gotten a callus and wondered what is was?
Strike the flint and steel together to make sparks, then use those sparks to start your flame. Learn more on this edition of Moment of Science.
As you fill a flat tire from your hand pump, you notice parts of the pump getting hot. Why would the pump get hot with all that cool air flowing through it?
You’re out on a clear, starry night with your best friend, looking for shooting stars. Look, there’s one, your friend shouts, but by the time you look, it’s gone. There’s another, she cries. Too late, you missed it. Then one comes along that seems to just amble across the sky, nice and slow. Why is it that some shooting stars are so fast and others are much slower? Learn more on this Moment of Science.