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  1. How To What is Renewable Energy?

    We’re all familiar with energy. Flip a light switch, that’s energy. Take a shower, you’re using energy. Cooking, energy. Driving a car, energy. For most of us, that energy comes from sources that are nonrenewable, meaning once they’re gone, they’re gone. Fossil fuels are the number one example...
  2. How To How Solar Panels Work

    Our ability to generate power has led to some pretty incredible advancements in society. Of course, as with anything else, there are downsides as well. The way we generate most of our power has hurt the environment and isn’t sustainable. One of the more prevalent alternatives that’s not...
  3. How To How to Reduce Your Sugar Intake

    We’re a world that loves sugar, that much is certain. We put it in and on everything, from our morning cup of coffee to the dessert we end the night with. All this sugar adds up and accumulates, resulting in less than stellar health. So, what should we do? The answer seems obvious, but the...
  4. What Are the Symptoms of the Coronavirus?

    With all the talk of the coronavirus, you’re probably monitoring every cough, sneeze, or mild cold just in case it turns into a deadly illness. Of course, without knowing the exact symptoms of coronavirus, you won’t be able to distinguish it from other illnesses. It doesn’t exactly announce...
  5. What Exactly is the Coronavirus?

    It’s all over the news. Everyone on social media is talking about it. There are even conspiracy theories circulating about it already. The top story in the world right now is the coronavirus, and not all of the information is accurate. Infectious diseases that spread the way coronavirus has thus...
  6. Is the Coronavirus More Dangerous Than the Flu?

    We’re so used to pushing through flu season that we often forget that influenza is actually quite dangerous. Every year, about 56,000 people die from it (this is a rough estimate as it’s notoriously difficult to track specifically flu-related deaths). With numbers like that, it’s important to...
  7. How Can I Protect Myself from the Coronavirus?

    The coronavirus outbreak has many people worried, but instead of letting yourself get caught up in the fear, it’s more productive to be informed. As with any other illness, you can protect yourself if you follow some basic steps. Here’s how to keep yourself safe from the coronavirus: 1. Wash...
  8. What Supplies Do I Need to Survive the Coronavirus?

    In all apocalypse stories, those who don’t prepare are the first to kick the bucket. Don’t go into a panic just yet, though. We’re nowhere near apocalypse levels as far as the coronavirus, but we should be mindful that it’s wise to prepare. If the virus finds its way to your city, here’s what...
  9. How To What is Kefir?

    Every so often, a product begins to get the attention of the health community, and before you know it everyone is jumping on the bandwagon. Most of these are later found to be far less life changing or beneficial than claims would have us believe, but sometimes it’s not all smoke and mirrors...
  10. How To What is a Quark?

    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 past the microscopic level than we had realized. The discoveries didn’t stop after the...
  11. How To How to Survive Extremely Hot Weather

    The Earth is on fire, sometimes metaphorically but lately literally. Human contributions to greenhouse gas emissions have heated up the planet by allowing more heat to be trapped, and that’s not good for life that has adapted to the usual temperatures. If we’re going to turn into Venus, we might...
  12. How To How Do Lizards Regrow Their Tails?

    We don’t have to look to science fiction to spot some weird things happening out in the animal kingdom. Even relatively normal creatures exist on Earth with strange abilities. Take the common, every lizard, for example. They’re small enough to be cute rather than creepy, but there is one ability...
  13. How To How Does Bluetooth Work?

    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 makes the world go round, but how does it do it? 1. Devices need to speak the same...
  14. How To Why Do Your Joints Crack/Pop?

    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, though, young or old. What’s happening when your joints crack and pop? Here’s what’s going on...
  15. How To Why Can’t Oil Be Mixed With Water?

    Oil and water just don’t mix - we all know this to be true. The idea has turned into a popular phrase we use to express when two things don’t go together. But why, exactly, are oil and water destined to be enemies? What’s the science? Here’s a look at oil, water, and chemical bonds: 1. Let’s...
  16. How To Is Saturated Fat Bad for You?

    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 along with other macronutrients in order to stay healthy. The problem comes from the...
  17. How To What Fish Can Survive the Longest Out of Water?

    There’s a common phrase, “Like a fish out of water.” We know the general idea of what this means - discomfort, or being trapped in unfamiliar territory. But what happens to a real fish when it’s out of the water? We know most aren’t able to survive...but are there any that can? Here’s a look at...
  18. How To What Causes a Tsunami?

    One of the most destructive powers on Earth is water. It can cut rock, erode mountains, smash buildings, and leave utter devastation in its wake. Tsunamis have historically been some of the worst natural disasters human communities have faced, and there’s not a lot we can do to soften the blow...
  19. How To Why Are Gamma Rays Harmful?

    Some of our favorite comic book characters came to be through lab accidents and exotic-sounding substances. While it’s nice to imagine that a deadly accident could lead to superpowers, the reality is that things like gamma rays and lab chemicals can harm you long before they’ll transform you...
  20. How To What is the Strongest Material on the Planet?

    Humans are pretty good at making things that last. Just look at the remnants of ancient civilizations like the Greeks and Romans, and you’ll really begin to appreciate human ingenuity. As we get better at making and using technology, our abilities are only becoming more impressive. But when it...