A baby grabs the string of a single helium balloon and floats right out of its baby carriage. Why can't people really float into the air using helium balloons?
Why does getting stepped on by a high heel seem to hurt so much more than getting stepped on by any other shoe? Find out on today's Moment of Science.
Did you know that fire extinguishers can go bad?
Would you believe there is a cricket that can jump on water?
Without cracking eggs open, how can you tell which egg is cooked and which is raw?
To preserve the ice as long as possible, people made sure to cool hot foods before putting them in the icebox.
Today's Moment of Science is about the ollie, the jump skateboarders use to jump over curbs, onto benches, or across chasms.
The world is full of bizarre things, and none more so than the eerie tale of the mysterious black stones!
Not many people remember that Franklin was an inventor . . . and a good one, too! He also did some pioneering work in physics.
Zap... zap... zap... No, Ben Franklin was not struck by lightning.