Archives for December 2018

The Frogcicle

  Winter is arguably the season with the harshest weathers. It's the origin of snow blizzards and powerful winds. In such a cold time of the year, people can easily stay home and … [Read more...]

The Science of Snowflakes

Since I was little, I loved snow. I would always wait for it to start snowing outside so i could start building my snowman with a carrot nose and rocks for eyes. The snowman would even have a little, … [Read more...]

Ha-Ha Health: Why Laughter Really Is the Best Medicine

Laughing Kid (C) Mdf, CC-BY-SA 3.0 Have you ever felt lousy, but started to laugh and instantly felt better? This is something that does actually happen to me. Sometimes, I feel tired or unwell, … [Read more...]

Can you get the cold, by being cold?

The virus cell for the common coldRhinovirus (c) Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0 As we begin winter, the days start getting shorter, we enter the season of festivities, and snow begins appearing on … [Read more...]

The Speed of Santa

Santa flying through the sky via Clipart Library CC BY-SA 3.0 There is one question that has come up at least once in everyone's life. "How does Santa deliver presents to every single house in … [Read more...]

It’s Absolutely Cold!

Have you ever wondered how cold something can get? Well, this post will answer this question I've been wondering myself.  If you graphed a volume vs. temperature graph of any gas you … [Read more...]

Movie Mistakes – The Martian

In my personal opinion, "The Martian" is notably one of the most intriguing science-fiction movies from 2015.¬† With a plot in which an astronaut becomes stranded on Mars and even ends up growing … [Read more...]


With Earth starting to die off because of the actions we had to take to survive, humans need another place to grow and plant roots. For this, We have looked to our closest neighbor in the solar … [Read more...]