How Does a Speaker Work?
How Does a Speaker Work?

It’s easy to look at a piece of technology (like a speaker) and feel like you’re looking at a black box, wondering how they work. What’s hidden inside them? It must be complicated, right? Often times, that holds some truth. But you would be surprised how far you can get if you can nail down

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Center of Mass Fork Experiment
Center of Mass Fork Experiment

Center of mass (COM) it’s easy balancing act or a trick to try at home! All you need is 2 forks, a quarter, a cup, and some patience. Why does this look so weird? It all has to do with center of mass. COM is hard to define, but almost everyone has a great intuition

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Can You Make Dry Ice Ice Cream!
Can You Make Dry Ice Ice Cream!

You’ve probably heard of liquid nitrogen ice cream before. It’s made by mixing together ice cream ingredients with liquid nitrogen, which turns into a gas at -321º F. Learn more about that at https://www.thoughtco.com/cryogenics-definition-4142815. The intense coldness is what turns the ice cream ingredients from a liquid to a tasty solid. So by this logic,

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Gravity Falling Experiment: Feather in a Vacuum!
Gravity Falling Experiment: Feather in a Vacuum!

Galileo once proposed that all objects under gravity, whether they’re really heavy or really light, will fall and accelerate downwards at the same rate. In a famous experiment, he supposedly dropped both from the Leaning Tower of Pisa and proved it.  Why is this true? For something with more mass, it does feel a stronger

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Crush Your Cans With Science and Recycle!
Crush Your Cans With Science and Recycle!

September 27th is Crush A Can Day and it’s a day to serve as a reminder that we CAN recycle our aluminum CANS! We love recycling and we’ve got a hot way to do it, with the help of science.  This is an experiment we recommend doing at home! All you need is a can,

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