Looking for some fun and easy science experiments to do at home? This video will give you ideas on easy science experiments at home. However, just make sure to ask your parents before you go and do it. Happy experimenting!
Hi friends! So I’m going to talk about a very interesting topic in technology! I hope this post may also be useful for your knowledge and any school work. Artificial Intelligence: What is it, how is it used, and its benefits and drawbacks? Artificial intelligence (AI) is the ability of machines or software to perform […]
A black hole is a cosmic body or space region where gravity is so intense and strong that nothing, not even light or other electromagnetic waves, can escape. There are different types of black holes. These are: Stellar-mass: Stellar-mass black holes are found throughout our Milky Way galaxy and have masses less than about 100 […]
Hi People! If you are a fan of space exploration and rockets, you probably watched the live stream of SpaceX’s Starship test flight on April 20, 2023. The Starship SN20 was the first prototype to attempt a high-altitude flight and landing after several previous versions had exploded during low-altitude tests. The Starship is SpaceX’s ambitious […]
Hello, fellow lefties! I’m Jason. If you are one of the 708 million people in the world who use your left hand more than your right, you might be interested in some of the latest scientific findings about left-handedness. As a left-hander, I have to say that we sometimes face little difficulties in the world, […]
To all space enthusiasts here, there’s another unprecedented moment in human history for you! On April 3, 2023, NASA and the Canadian Space Agency announced the four astronauts who will venture around the moon for the Artemis 2 mission. Artemis 2 is the second scheduled flight of NASA’s Artemis program, a series of ongoing complex […]
Even though there are over 8 million different species in the world, they can all be classified into only six different general classes that share similar traits. It is an amazing fact that connects all life together. Before microscopes were discovered biologists only thought there were two classes of life – plants and animals. The […]
The brain is divided into three parts. You basically live in your brain and it controls your body. Cerebellum: The cerebellum is capable of muscle balance and coordination, like walking. Brain stem: Basic life support. The brain stem is in charge of things like breathing, heart beats, and blood pressure that keep you alive. Cerebrum: […]
Below is a list of the most common types of cloud formations. Stratocumulus Stratus Cumulonimbus Nimbostratus Altocumulus Altostratus Cumulus Cirrostratus Cirrocumulus Cirrus Scud Clouds Watch the video below to learn more about these types of clouds.
In this experiment we will explore surface tension and see if you can hold a bubble in your hands. Materials Needed: A glove A dish soap A pipit or straw A small plate Expected Outcome Guess: It will burst. We can’t put it on a surface. Experiment: Put some of the soap in the plate. […]
In this experiment we will create a homemade freezer and make ice cream. Ice cream requires very cold temperatures below freezing to come out well. Salt will be used to lower the freezing point of ice. Materials: A bag of ice cubes A cup of salt (NaCl) 200ml milk Ice cream powder String rod Beaker […]
The normal pH of soap is between 7 to 10 Ph. The normal pH of saliva is between 2 to 7.6 Ph. The normal pH of water is between 5 and 8.5 Ph on a scale of 0 to 14. The normal pH of the mucus in our stomach is between 1 to 2. The […]
Here is a list of the different types of atmospheres in our sky. Troposphere (lowest level): The troposphere is the lowest layer of Earth’s atmosphere. Most of the mass (about 75-80%) of the atmosphere is in the troposphere. Most types of clouds are found in the troposphere, and almost all weather occurs within this layer. The […]