Science

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Frozen and brought back to life
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We see it all the time in movies and TV shows. Someone is frozen and brought back to life. It's called cryonics. Is there any actual science behind it? ...
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Breathing of liquids
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We see examples of humans breathing liquids in sci-fi movies. They get immersed in an exotic fluid solution and don't drown. Is this really possible? ...
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Exploring the Galaxy
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We discuss the possibility of exploring the galaxy, energy requirements, antimatter, FTL travel and warp drive. Can we ever travel to the stars? ...
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Mosquito and Blood Types
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If you are a somewhat sporty, have type O blood and are not as skinny as you used to be, then your paranoia is confirmed. Mosquitoes are indeed out to get you. ...
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life without the moon
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What would the Earth be like without the Moon? How would it affect life on Earth? How much benefit does having the moon give us? ...
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Earth's Magnetic Field is Moving
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According to National Geographic, a new research study shows that the magnetic North Pole is changing positions at a surprisingly quick pace. ...
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Why do we get goosebumps?
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They appear when you get scared or when you're cold. Little raised bumps form on your skin and the hair will stand on end. Why does this happen? ...
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Why do ducks fly in a V
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Ducks tend to fly in a V or check mark formation when they travel in groups. Why do ducks do this, is there a scientific reason behind it? ...
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Why Does Our Stomach Growl?
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That's the sound of your stomach growling. But why exactly does your stomach rumble or growl when you are hungry? ...
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Skydive with no parachute
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There have been documented instances of people jumping from planes and their parachutes failing to open, only to still survive the fall. ...
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World's largest explosions
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What were the largest nuclear, non-nuclear and natural explosions in recorded history? Today we'll look at the father of all bombs. ...
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Real cloak of invisibility
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One of the hottest fields in science right now is invisibility research. But invisibility is science fiction you say? That's not necessarily true anymore. ...
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Ghosts Infrasound
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There may be an explanation for things like ghosts and hauntings. And it's not your mind simply playing tricks on you. ...
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Can someone be allergic to water?
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Believe it or not, yes. There are cases of people having horrible reactions when coming into contact with water. It's known as aquagenic urticaria. ...
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The Man With the Magic Blood
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Also known as the man with the golden arm. James Harrison, of Australia, has saved the lives of an estimated 2 million babies. ...
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What does the moon smell like?
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The moon. Exposed to the vacuum of space for billions of years. It has no atmosphere and has been bombarded by meteors since it's creation. We've sent astronauts there, and they've smelled the moon. ...
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