Taking a baseball to the chest hurts. Sometimes, it leaves a bruise. Sometimes, it knocks the wind out of you. If it hits at the wrong millisecond, it can kill.
Airplanes have been the only vehicles allowed to use leaded fuels since lead was phased out in automobiles by EPA 30 years ago. Is it just for sake of safety? What about our environment?
America is running out of fresh water fast, and the powers that be are looking for solutions in all the wrong places. Maybe all we need is a plumber...
Amid all the beauty and majesty of fireworks, don’t forget how much pollution they contribute to our planet.
An entertaining exploration of science through the unlikely exploits of spandex clad heroes. Up, up, and away?
Doctors either don't know about it, or advise to rest and use braces. Mary ran a marathon while recovering from post-polio syndrome.
Long, lean and full of protein, frogmeat carries a reputation for exceptional energy and aphrodisiac benefits in some cultures. But is there any truth to frogs' superfood reputation, or are they just another piece of meat?
Why do 20 tractor trailers worth of Harry Potter™ movie props currently reside at the Museum of Science?