My book, Chemical Reactions!: With 25 Science Projects for Kids, is out! To celebrate, I’m sharing two messy science experiments from the book.
Easy and forensic seem like a dichotomy but it is possible to find easy forensic science experiments. You can do them with your kids, grandkids, nieces, nephews, as a classroom activity or for a birthday party, with minimal materials! I’m going to show you how.
Will science fiction become fact and restore sight to the visually impaired? With bionic aka cybernetic eyes….yes!
Want a sublime cup of coffee? I know the secret. I’m not one of those people who refuses to share recipes and tricks.
I’ll show you how with one simple step.
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.
Since I need to distract myself from the news, I’m delving into medical remedies from history. Some of the treatments people thought would work are downright silly.
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!
Do you want to travel to the most difficult places to visit on earth?
In this day and age, I figured we could hop a plane to get anywhere.
I was wrong…
Which would you choose? Diamonds, right? Well, maybe this needs rethinking.
Meteor showers are magical and mystical. Sighting meteor showers in 2019? I failed miserably.
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