Community Question: AC-fresh air or stale?

My girlfriend insists that all air from outside is fresh air and stale air is what the air conditioning circulates.   Personally, I believe that the AC has fresh air, because it comes from outside! Which brings me to you, our Science Lion community, what do you believe? Does the AC provide fresh air or... Continue Reading →

For the Love of Pineapples: Science Lion Media Feature Post

Hello again everyone!The pineapple craze continues! As you may remember, I wrote 'Patience is a Virtue When Growing Pineapples', detailing my fun journey of growing my very first pineapple, from a crown - oh yeah, and if you haven't attempted our "Can you find the lizard on the pineapple plant" task, you really should give... Continue Reading →

Parting with Honeybees is Such Sweet Sorrow

Traditionally speaking, when we hear about honeybees, we think about insects that sting. We also think about pollination and of course by proxy, honey. These associations may only be fleetingly considered, but when you take a moment to really think about how significant the act of pollination actually is, you realize these little critters are... Continue Reading →

Nightmare Fuel: The Bobbit Worm

Lurking in the watery depths lies a worm spun from pure nightmare fuel- the Bobbit worm. https://vimeo.com/73997797Filmed by Khaled Sultani- Check out their other videos! Eunice aphroditois Mrs. Scary-Face is a predator who feeds on anything she can catch, using her long sensory antennae to determine when prey is nearby. The jaws are held back... Continue Reading →

Sour Milk- Caucasian Calcium Standards

For decades, the United States Dietary Association (USDA) and its subsidiaries have advocated for us to acquire our daily vitamin D and calcium requirements, in large part through dairy consumption. As an appropriate prelude to this article, check out ‘Milk, an udder mistake?’, for more background on food policy recommendations regarding dairy consumption. In any... Continue Reading →

Sour Milk: Caucasian Calcium Standards

For decades, the United States Dietary Association (USDA) and its subsidiaries have advocated for us to acquire our daily vitamin D and calcium requirements, in large part through dairy consumption. As an appropriate prelude to this article, check out ‘Milk, an udder mistake?’, for more background on food policy recommendations regarding dairy consumption. In any... Continue Reading →

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