You've seen magic shows where the magician asks someone to lie down on a bed of nails. How can they do this without getting hurt?
You've watched astronauts complete dangerous missions on space walks. Couldn't they use suction cups and suction themselves to the ship?
What happens to helium balloons in a car when the car stops suddenly?
Have you ever wondered what the highest mountain on earth was? Well, it is Everest. But, what about mountains on other planets?
Geysers spout up where a column of underground water is heated to boiling by "magma," or molten rock, pushing the water upward.
You may be surprised to hear that it's actually easier to boil water on stormy days than it is when the weather is clear and sunny.
When's the last time you turned on a faucet in your house and didn't get any water? Fortunately this almost never happens, but why?
You've most likely had a sinus infection, or known someone who has, but what exactly are sinuses? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Ever wonder why it's so tiring just standing around at museums? It's not like your getting tons of exercise. Find out on this Moment of Science.
Similar physics that governs our solar system can be seen in your own kitchen sink!