Science

Extreme Cold Weather Experiments
Duluth hasn't experienced cold temperatures like this since the late nineties, temperatures hit an extreme -22 below Monday morning in Duluth when we decided to try these three experiments; freezing bubbles, making apple juice popsicles and freeze frying an egg...
How the Hot Water Trick Works
The Twin Ports is experiencing its first sustained subzero temperatures in more than a few years, and with the cold weather warnings and school closings have followed. While these conditions are inconvenient and even potentially dangerous, a little fun can be found in it all.
The Real Life Science Behind James Bond’s Gadgets
In anticipation of the upcoming release of 'Skyfall,' the 23rd installment of the James Bond franchise, we've explored five of our favorite Bond gadgets and put them to the test of reality. It's every guy's (and probably girl's) dream to have their own real life Q and his accompanying gadgets. But h…
Japanese Scientists Develop Kissing Machine [VIDEO]
Scientists in Japan have developed a machine which mimics the sensation you get from an open-mouth French kiss.
According to researcher Nobuhiro Takahash, one of the goals of the project is to allow two people to make out without even necessarily being in the same room.
A Better Excuse Than “I Have A Headache”
Ah ha!!  I knew it.  Ladies, there is now a better excuse to get to bed early.  How about a scientific proof that yes, we really are that tired?  According to Yahoo! News:
"A study shows women normally wake up before men because they have shorter sleep cycles...
Real Life ‘Up’, House Floats Away
Scientists, engineers and some hot air balloon pilots got together for a new National Geographic channel show called 'How Hard Can It Be'. The challenge?  To lift a 2 story house with 300 weather balloons,  similar to what was seen in the 2009 Pixar movie 'Up'.