Brainteasers for Physicists, Biologists, Chemists, Mathematicians and Other Crazy Brainiacs

You can imagine speeds of light, sound and falling objects without being a physicist, and you can envision the Earth’s vast biodensity of insects, birds and fish without being a biologist. You can grasp the infinitesimally small size of an atom and the gargantuan number of molecules you’d find in a drop of water without being a chemist; and you can fathom the immensity of large numbers and the enormity of the universe without being a mathematician. No problem, right?

And you don’t have to have any background to be interested in lightning, tsunamis, bubbles rising from ocean depths, giant worms boring through the Earth, the swing of a pendulum, the Big Bang, massive weights and startling Heights. Continue reading Brainteasers for Physicists, Biologists, Chemists, Mathematicians and Other Crazy Brainiacs

Basic Principles In Science

Basic Principles In Science

Air is Around Us

The space around us is filled with air. However we cannot see air,we cannot smell it and we cannot taste it. How do we know that air is around us.? We can feel air. We can feel when it moves because it pushes against us. We can also feel when we move in it. What do you feel when you put your head out of the bus while the bus is moving? Can you feel it?

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