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Transport planning that involves two distinct parts of a major city is no mean feat. Especially when those two parts are on two different continents!
This is how you can make vanish any object made out of styrofoam.
Witness the power of coke and chewy dragees.
Let's find out what is inside a bag of potato crisps!
This experiment demonstrates how a piece of paper floats in one type of liquid but sinks in another.
Watch how the glass acts like a true magnet.
Move a straw on top of a bottle, without touching it.
See how you can reverse an image using a glass of water.
Have you ever seen the sound of music?
Let’s see how a bear, which the most popular chidren's toy was modelled after, lives in real life.
A possible sea route connecting the northern Atlantic and Pacific Oceans was sought for centuries. This video is about John Franklin’s tragic expedition.
With this little balance trick, you can amaze your friends using a toothpick, a spoon, a fork and a simple glass.
Watch how a few lemons can produce electricity.
This experiment shows how a handkerchief can hold a glass of water.
You can make a cool rocket, using a tea bag and a little fire.
An easy way to make your own thermometer at home!
America was discovered by several groups before the Europeans arrived, but was forgotten after. One thing is sure: Columbus was not the first one.
One of the most important cities in history is the largest metropolis in present-day Turkey.
The term beech is used for several species of trees growing from North America to Asia, i.e. all over the northern temperate zone.
Due to the temperature differences the liquids do not mix.