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!
Solar winds create a bubble that cover our entire solar system! Scientists call this the sun's heliosphere.
Say you're walking down a city street, minding your own business, when you approach a manhole...
Here's a question for you: Do you think you could produce enough wind to blow a ping pong ball out of a funnel?
Have you ever sprayed someone with a garden hose? If you wanted to get them good, you placed your finger over part of the tip of the hose. The water then sprayed out faster and farther. Why does putting your finger over the tip of the hose make the water shoot out faster and farther? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Some very adventurous people have used big suction cups to climb the fronts of glass buildings. However, they’d better not climb too high, because the higher you go, the less effective a suction cup will be. In space they’re no good at all! Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Mount Everest is five-and-a-half miles high. Pretty impressive, unless you live on Mars. Learn more on this Moment of Science.