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New Animation Shows the Real Dangers of Hurricane Florence Storm Surges

We’re all used to seeing meteorologists standing in front of a green screen with those familiar, colored map graphics as they toss out numbers and statistics regarding the impending danger from natural disasters like Hurricane Florence. However, those numbers can be really hard to internalize, and if you’re in an at-risk area, just hearing stats […]

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I AM NEIL ARMSTRONG Teaches Kids About the Moon Landing

Mankind will get to learn a lot more about the incredible life of a true American legend when director Damien Chazelle’s Neil Armstrong biopic First Man lands in theaters this October. Unfortunately, the movie and the book it was based on, James R. Hansen’s biography, aren’t exactly geared towards children, who should also learn all about the first […]

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These Glowing Rocks Look Like Something Out of INDIANA JONES

Legend says the Hindu god Shiva gave five powerful stones, each with a diamond inside that would glow when they were brought together, to Sankara. They make for an amazing sight, but to see them means possibly risking having your heart ripped from your chest. Fortunately a newly-discovered type of glowing rock has been unearthed […]

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Non-Newtonian Fluid Shatters into Pieces When Hit with a Baseball Bat

Look at the cup, mug, or bottle of water/coffee/juice/whatever other liquids you have right now that I won’t judge you for. Whatever you’re drinking, it’s almost definitely a Newtonian fluid. That basically means that it behaves how you’d expect a liquid to act: Such fluids have a constant viscosity (a.k.a. flow), they take the shape […]

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This Program Inspires Young Girls to Explore Environmental Science

Encouraging girls when they’re young to explore STEM is key to getting more women involved in careers in science and math. As these are areas that girls were not traditionally encouraged to explore, the fields today are incredibly male-dominated. And while STEM as a whole needs more women and women of color in it, environmental science […]

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