What is Light? Light is part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Electromagnetic radiation waves and fluctuations of electric and magnetic fields, which are a stream of Photons. What is a Photon? A Photon is a massless potential moving at the speed of light. It is the smallest quantity (quantum) of energy which can be transported. Photons […]
We tend to think that things like geographical features take hundred or even thousands of years to form, like for instance, “Lakes”. A sudden mysterious appearance of a lake in Africa has stirred up a huge curiosity with the locals and some head scratching with scientist. The lake appeared seemingly overnight in the middle of a […]
The outside two are for sperm and lead to the two uteruses. The middle one is for giving birth. The urinary tract goes through the middle of the three vaginas. Because they have two uteruses plus a pouch, female kangaroos can be perpetually pregnant. As for the Male Kangaroos: The testicles are above the penis. […]
Wood frogs can tolerate the freezing of their blood and other tissues. Special proteins in their blood called nucleating proteins, cause the water to freeze first. This ice, in turn, sucks most of the water out of the frog’s cells. The frog’s liver makes large amounts of glucose to keep the cells inflated, like a natural form of […]
In western Kansas during the mid-1930s, farmers over plowed the soil and it dried out and began to blow. This created dust storms and mass amounts of static electricity. With no vegetation, the area heated up to record temperatures. The area was then plagued with hoards of black-tailed jackrabbits. Adults were capable of producing three to […]
Guarana (Paullinia cupana), native to tropical rainforests of the Amazon. Caffeine rich, more than coffee beans. Guarana is one of the most popular supplements for appetite suppression and weight loss.