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Why Microwaved Grapes Explode! | ScienceTake

Why Microwaved Grapes Explode! | ScienceTake Why Microwaved Grapes Explode! | ScienceTakeFor 20 years, people have been putting grapes in the microwave to watch them explode. But there is some real science behind this internet phenomenon. Find out more in this week’s ScienceTake. Read the story here: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/05/science/microwave-grapes-plasma.html Every week, ScienceTake answers questions like how […]

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To Survive, This Bug Builds a House of Bubbles | ScienceTake

To Survive, This Bug Builds a House of Bubbles | ScienceTake To Survive, This Bug Builds a House of Bubbles | ScienceTake 503 Service Temporarily Unavailable Service Temporarily Unavailable The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later. Spittlebugs feed on watery sap from […]

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How Balloons Pop | ScienceTake

How Balloons Pop | ScienceTake Watch what happens to this weather balloon boy? Look at this photograph of another balloon in mid burst this image caught the eye of a French who wanted to know more about exactly what happens when balloons explode, he’s head of a latex balloon, a blade and a high speed […]

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How Balloons Pop | ScienceTake

How Balloons Pop | ScienceTake Watch what happens to this weather balloon boy? Look at this photograph of another balloon in mid burst this image caught the eye of a French who wanted to know more about exactly what happens when balloons explode, he’s head of a latex balloon, a blade and a high speed […]

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How Ants Sniff Out Food | ScienceTake

How Ants Sniff Out Food | ScienceTake This is a carpenter ant, that’s how they follow the chemical trails that are laid by fellow ants or research. Scientist, of course, have noses the smelling organs are mostly in their antenna. They have a few on their feet, but that’s another story: smelling is how they […]

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Harnessing the Power of ‘Firenadoes’ | ScienceTake

Harnessing the Power of ‘Firenadoes’ | ScienceTake Best small swirling, blue flame is more than a curiosity one day it could be a key tool in the cleanup of oil spills. It’S called a fire World, more informally, firenado fireworks happen naturally, and they burn very hot, so most studies about them how to stop […]

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Harnessing the Power of ‘Firenadoes’ | ScienceTake

Harnessing the Power of ‘Firenadoes’ | ScienceTake Best small swirling, blue flame is more than a curiosity one day it could be a key tool in the cleanup of oil spills. It’S called a fire World, more informally, firenado fireworks happen naturally, and they burn very hot, so most studies about them how to stop […]

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