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  1. How To What is a Carbon Sink?

    “Carbon sink” might sound like a trendy new bathroom or kitchen fixture, but in fact they’re not manmade and aren’t found in the home at all. They’re natural areas that have grown in importance the more we’ve learned about climate change. If you’re curious to know exactly what carbon sinks are...
  2. How To How to Decrease Inflammation

    Inflammation is designed to protect your body. In most cases, it’s a good thing. In most cases, it means your body’s white blood cells are doing their job and fending off infection. Sometimes, though, inflammation can occur without any sort of foreign body or infection. This type of inflammation...
  3. How To How to Protect Yourself From Radiation

    Radiation is a central feature in many of our favorite sci-fi movies. In reality, though, the real deal is far more frightening and a lot less superpower inducing. In essence, radiation is energy. There are varying levels of radiation, and low levels are actually present all around you and are...
  4. How To How to Use An At-Home DNA Test

    Ever since at-home DNA tests were put out onto the market, the world has become fascinated with discovering where they come from and who their ancestors were. It’s completely understandable; we all want to feel like we belong, and having tangible evidence that our blood is tied to a certain...
  5. How To How to Use Google Earth

    Google Earth has become a mini miracle for those who want to explore but don’t have the time or resources. It contains vast amounts of information along with detailed images of every place on Earth. If you want to really see how interconnected our little globe is, here’s how to use Google Earth...
  6. How To How to Safely Work in a Laboratory

    One too many superhero movies may have you convinced that lab accidents lead to incredible powers, but 9 times out of 10 that doesn’t happen in the real world. Laboratories demand the utmost care and attention in order to avoid safety hazards and keep yourself as well as others in the lab safe...
  7. How To How Does a Particle Accelerator Work?

    The CERN supercollider has produced amazing results and allowed us to glimpse hints of what the early universe was like. It is the largest particle accelerator in the world, but it is just one of over 30,000 machines taking subatomic particles and pushing them to nearly the speed of light. The...
  8. How To How to Improve Memory

    Where did I leave my keys? What did my wife say she wanted me to pick up from the store? How do you solve this equation? Every human on Earth has, at one point or another, desperately wished they had a better memory. Our complex and amazing brains are preoccupied with countless tasks, so we...
  9. How To How to View a Meteor Shower

    Meteor showers never fail to fascinate us, despite the fact that we know what’s happening during one and they’re fairly commonplace. Space debris smacking into our atmosphere, creating a stunning light show that humans have been watching for centuries? No big deal—and yet, every time one is...
  10. How To How to Use Less Electricity

    Power plant emissions are off the charts. As we incorporate more technology in our lives, we require more and more energy to keep our world powered. It might seem like a hopeless cause, but if everyone does their small part and reduces their energy consumption just a little bit, we can...
  11. How To How to Decrease Your Carbon Footprint

    Changing climate conditions are a growing concern these days. Everyone is looking for large scale solutions, but few of us realize how much of an impact we can make as individuals. One way you can do your part is by reducing your carbon footprint. Here are some ideas to get you started: 1...