Fridge magnets come in all kinds of shapes, colors and sizes. Some of us love to cover our fridge in magnets we've collected on our travels around the world, while others like to write messages with letter magnets. But what are magnets? and when did fridge magnets become popular? Let's find out.
Why is the sky blue? Many think that it’s reflecting the color of the ocean, but that’s a huge myth! It’s not a short answer, but it is a simple one that’s easy to understand. So let’s find out, once and for all, why the sky is blue!
Floating into the sky via a cluster of balloons is a childhood dream for many kids! But put into real life circumstances, is it even possible? Let's check out if it can be done, and how many balloons it would take!
What if I was to tell you that there is an actual place quieter than A Quiet Place? And that it will drive you crazy rather than zen you out? At the Orfield Laboratories in Minnesota, there is an anechoic chamber that is the quietest place in the world.
Recognized at one of the most influential scientists of all time, there's obviously a ton to learn about Isaac Newton! Here we have the most informative facts to increase your knowledge in the spectrum of science.
Sadly you’ll never taste that rainbow after running into it with your mouth open, and you’ll never get that little green-clad Irish fella’s pot of gold. Disappointed? We are too, but learn exactly why you can't reach the end of a rainbow.
What happens when you put a spoon full of oil into a choppy lake? If you haven't guessed it by now, the lake calms. You might be thinking "fake news", but know that science may just surprize you yet again! Check out the facts here!
Certainly you've heard of lightning - but ball lightning? This is a fascinating occurrence that scientists are still learning about. Find out what little we know about this crazy event and what we have left to discover about ball lightning!
Nikola Tesla is arguably one of the most influential engineers of today’s modern technology. Many of his ideas were so advanced, many people thought his concepts were crazy, but Tesla continued to prove them wrong. Check out these electrifying facts about Nikola Tesla.
The mirror, from your bathroom to the side of your car, they’re everywhere and do one very simple job; reflect. Whether that’s reflection for pure vanity, or something more useful. Today we’re going to answer just one question: what color is a mirror?
Have you ever wondered how that report card or shopping list stays on the fridge even after being left there for weeks on end? Well, here we'll look into the wonderful world of magnets, from the natural to the less so natural, and the many uses these objects have!
Albert Einstein, a revolutionary physicist, changed the way we thought about the entire world both visible and invisible. He helped win the war and discovered our universe. Here are 25 facts about the scientific legend, Einstein.