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Everybody loves rainbows, even though they may not know much about them. Did you know no two people see the same rainbow or that they contain 1 million colors? Learn how to make your own rainbow -- or to make one disappear!
Evolution is a never-ending process, but some scientists believe it might be speeding up as human activity impacts the environment.
It's hard to resist a movie where bloodthirsty beasts fall from the sky, especially if Ian Ziering stars! How might the science behind this B movie work?
From beneath the Earth's crust to the farthest reaches of outer space, explore your world as you piece together these science puzzles.
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Since the 19th century, humans have wondered about the prospect of life on Mars. While we haven't sent anyone to the Martian surface, we have sent spacecrafts, which have gathered a good amount of information on what it's like on Mars. How is it different from Earth? How is it similar? And could life really have existed there long ago, or exist in the future?
If you've ever tasted a Krispy Kreme original glazed doughnut, you know there's something special to these melt-in-your-mouth treats. How do they make a doughnut that's crispy outside yet soft inside? Find out.