Sep 162014
 
Why You Can’t Put Metal In The Microwave

As most people learn the hard way, you shouldn’t put metal in a microwave oven as it usually results in a fire. But let’s think abot this. The microwave itself is made of metal, so what exactly is going on? Sci Show reviews metal and microwaves in this new video.  

 


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Sep 162014
 
A Fish That Spits With Perfect Aim

The Archerfish gets its name from its impressive spitting abilities. The fish is one of the only creatures in the animal kingdom that can spit with such accuracy and distance. The fish spits water to shoot down yummy insects and bugs to eat, but as The New York Times explains, scientists are studying the Archerfish to create better fire hoses, sprayers, and more.

 


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Sep 152014
 
How Does Deodorant Work

Most of us use deodorant, but have no idea how it actually works. What many people don’t realize is that there are two different products in the deodorant aisle: deodorant and antiperspirant. They are often mixed together, but they are also sold separately. Mental Floss explains the difference between the two, and how they help make us less sweaty and stinky in this educational video

 


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Sep 152014
 
What Is A Sandwich

Back in the day, everyone knew what a sandwich was. But recently, the definition of a sandwich has become more complicated. Is a stuffed pita a sandwich? What about a burrito? It matters because different foods are taxed or regulated based upon their food classifications. New York used to tax burritos as sandwiches until a judge ruled that the Mexican inspired wrap is not a sandwich. 

The Atlantic dissects and ponders what exactly is a sandwich in this delicious video

 


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