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Nature's Wonders - Their Science Explained
 

 Thematic Article Series

Optical Phenomenon (series of articles)
What You Need to Know about Ultraviolet (UV) Radiation (series of articles)
   

 Interesting Science

In the Wake of a Duck   new
Needle ice growing up from soil
Rare Earth
Supercooling and Superheating
The Development of Biofuels
The Power of Trace Materials
The Double-edged Ozone and Climate Change
What is isostasy?
What are the Ozone conditions now in Hong Kong?
What have earthquakes to do with the Earth's climate?
How deep is the Earth and what is at its centre?
Why are steel and stone bridges arched in opposite directions, one upward and one downward?
How does a compact fluorescent light-bulb save energy?
Science in coffee and tea
The physics of gurgling
The science of slit eyes
How to make light bulbs last longer?
Is it colder in damp air?
Why is the equator very hot and the poles very cold?
Bubbles in a soft drink (Part II)
Bubbles in a soft drink (Part I)
Weather feng shui?
Weather forecasting knee - does it exist?
Why are waves always parallel to the shore on approaching the seashore?
Mixing cloud in winter

 

Last revision date: <05 Jul 2013>