We solve yet another kitchen mystery on this A Moment Of Science.
The Pompeii worm proves invincible to the world's harshest conditions.
You probably already know that humans are warm-blooded, while creatures like snakes are cold-blooded. Scientists prefer the terms endothermic and ectothermic.
How does the body know when to wake up? How does the body know when to fall asleep?
Your body works hard to raise its temperature, but in the meantime, you get the chills. Why?
Why does the body go through such laborious misery when we're sick?
Drop a few ice cubes into a glass of water at room temperature, and in a few minutes the water will cool. How does this work?
There are two ingredients inside a lava lamp: a watery liquid, and a waxy compound that collects at the bottom when the lamp is turned off.
When you take a roast out of the oven, the inner temperature will continue to rise by five degrees. How is it possible for the temperature to rise?
More often than not, the wind dies down at night after a blustery day. Where does the wind go? Why are nights generally more calm than days?