Does drinking from a curved glass increase the chance that you'll drink faster?
There are some balls that are specifically designed not to bounce. The question is, how do these so-called 'dead balls' not bounce?
How does tinfoil float? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Any motion takes energy to perform. And little motions like rearranging things on your desk or stretching your back, if you do them all the time, start to add up.
As you land on top of her you realize too late the mistake you have made. You do whatever it is that bees do when they are terrified. This is no female bee, no possible mate.
The first cows that come back from milking head right for the stalls with waterbeds, and some cows have been known to wait around for other cows to clear out so that they can grab their spot.
Ancient Goodies on today’s Moment of Science; Chocoholics might just not be a modern phenomenon.
R. Buckminster Fuller was a twentieth century scientist, philosopher, inventor, and was also named a great architect.
Impress your friends with a cool candle trick: learn how to blow on a candle flame and make it come toward you rather than lean away or even go out.
Clay courts are covered with a layer of fine sand. This sand is slippery enough for a player’s shoes to slide around, but not so slippery that he or she is likely to slip and fall.