Headlines keep on popping up in the news about exploding cellphones, laptops, and hover-boards.
From orbital mechanics to quantum mechanics, this video explains why we must accept a world of particles based on probabilities, statistics, and chance. Electrons, protons, and neutrons don’t behave the same way that planets and billiard balls do.
What are hurricanes?Hurricanes are part of a family of storms called tropical cyclones – storms that rotate rapidly around a low-pressure centre and produce heavy rain and strong winds. If one of these storms hits a sustained top wind speed of 119 kilometres an hour and appears in the Atlantic or eastern North Pacific, it … Continue reading
Air pockets surrounding metal balls cut drag up to 90%. Learn more: Read the paper (free): http://scim.ag/2xbi1DZ
Bradley talks about one of the most reactive elements in the world that we also happen to need in our bodies.