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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.
10 Myths About Rainbows
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Liquid petroleum quickly taints everything it touches, covering soil, water and wildlife with its black, viscous stickiness. Cleanup takes a lot longer. Is the best way to mop up an oil spill glowing under a microbiologist's microscope?
First there was Volvo. Then came IKEA. Well get ready for the next major Swedish export: snus, a smokeless tobacco product, similar to dip or chew.