Frost-free freeze physics--it's more than a tongue-twister.
You fill the ice tray up to the rim and put it in the freezer. The ice that results will be?
Did you know that there was a time before fire ever existed? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Have you ever wondered why we keep champagne bottles at pressures that would pop a tire? Find out why on this Moment of Science.
Ice cream and soda... an amazing combination but how do you get rid of the foam?
If you’ve ever been to the Air and Space Museum in Washington DC, perhaps you’ve sampled the kind of freeze-dried ice cream astronauts eat during space missions. A stiff, dry square, the freeze-dried version tastes just like ice cream, except that it isn’t cold, and has no moisture.
There’s a small computer under the hood or behind the dashboard. It uses sensors to monitor the speed of the car, the speed you want to achieve, and the throttle position.
This time on A Moment of Science, we discuss a rather delicate subject–gas (and we don’t mean the kind you put in your car). It’s normal and healthy to let out a little belch here and there after a meal. It’s just one of the ways the body gets rid of gas. You probably know [...]