Monarchs are mythical and mysterious! I wanted more butterflies in our yard, to help the monarchs, and to learn more about them! It was trickier to raise monarchs than I thought.
Hand sanitizers or soap? Which is scientifically proven to work best? Let’s look at the science of soap. Compare with the science of hand sanitizers. That way, we’ll know which works best.
Will science fiction become fact and restore sight to the visually impaired? With bionic aka cybernetic eyes….yes!
People in movies and books find their way out of the woods by making their own compass out of who knows what. This skill is COOL.
In the interest of us all being cool, a blog post was in order.
Whenever I see an article about a new species, it’s usually about some bacteria or slug. Not that they don’t deserve a spot in the ecosystem, but slugs are not exciting. Octopuses are!
If you want to impress your kids, grandkids, significant other, neighbor or your dog, I’ve got a few cool tricks you can show them! No advanced degrees needed.
When I let Louie out this morning, the birds were singing.
I decided that sharing some of the wonder of birds with you was a perfect idea!
Meteor showers are magical and mystical. Sighting meteor showers in 2019? I failed miserably.
Want to impress your friends with a cool science trick? Supercool water!
I love fireworks! Ever wonder how they work? With chemical compounds! Let’s look into why they glow in different colors.
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