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What is a Quark?

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For a long time, scientists thought the atom was the smallest form of matter. Then subatomic particles like the proton and neutron were discovered, and suddenly we realized that there’s a lot more going on...
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How to Improve Your Posture

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Ten bucks says you’re hunched over right now. Did you automatically sit up straighter? We’re rarely conscious of our posture until attention is drawn to it, and in a world where we’re either hunched over a...
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How Do Microwaves Work?

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No invention has made lazy cooking easier than the microwave. These powerful little machines are staples in most households, and even restaurants. When we were kids, we were all told not to stand in front of...
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How Does Animal Cloning Work?

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Animal cloning is a controversial topic, but there’s no denying the science behind it is groundbreaking. Human beings have been able to puzzle out the details of genetics and figure out what it takes to...
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How Do Combustion Engines Work?

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Cars were no doubt revolutionary when they were first produced. Even today, they’re integral to our lives and it’s hard to overstate their significance. While we’re recognizing their effects on the...
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How Does Bluetooth Work?

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It’s in practically every device nowadays. It sends music to your speakers, lets you talk to your mom while you’re driving to work, and makes it easy to switch a show from your phone to your TV. Bluetooth...
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Why Do Your Joints Crack/Pop?

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Do you sometimes feel like a Rice Krispy treat when you get out of bed? All those snaps, crackles, and pops can make you feel old, like your body is breaking apart. This phenomenon can happen to anyone...
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How Does Sunblock Work?

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Sunlight has both benefits and drawbacks. On one hand, it keeps plants alive and our climate suitable for humans and other creatures. On the other hand, UV rays can be quite the harmful little buggers when...
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How is Tofu Made?

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Tofu is one of those foods that can really divide a crowd. On one side you’ll have people who absolutely love it, and on the other they wouldn’t touch it with a ten foot pole. No matter which side you belong...
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Is Saturated Fat Bad for You?

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Fat. It’s a work we hate and are generally afraid of. No matter if we’re talking about a dietary requirement or the annoying flabs on our bodies, no one wants to hear it. But the fact is, your body needs fats...
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How Does Sugar Affect Your Brain?

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Raise your hand if you think you might have a mild addiction to sugar. Whether you get your fix from soda, chocolate, sugary cereals, or some other source, there’s no denying that these days, it’s incredibly...