Northeast of Hyrule Castle lies Death Mountain. It is called “death” for a reason. Consider the sweltering heat and lava that comes from the incredibly active volcano, add in the noxious, smoke-filled air and sprinkle in the lifeless rocky terrain and you get a hostile ecosystem unfit for living creatures. Unless you’re a Goron. These […]Read More The science behind a video game character: Zelda’s Gorons
In a land filled with a vast underground network of pipes and Bowser-busting plumbers, it can be hard for a plant to lay down roots. Especially when fireballs periodically scorch the landscape. But the Piranha plant has developed special adaptations to not only survive, but to become one of the most dominant plants in the […]Read More The science behind a video game character: Super Mario’s Piranha Plant
Hi all! I am trying something new… CHEMISTRY VLOGS! Join me as I try chemistry/science experiments at home and make videos about them. Chemistry Vlog #2: The Levitation Magic of Density! Density is quite the magical phenomena. It can cause things to float and sink, and when multiple substances with different densities interact with each […]Read More The Levitation Magic of Density
Hi all! I am trying something new… CHEMISTRY VLOGS! Join me as I try chemistry/science experiments at home and make videos about them. Chemistry Vlog #1: Home Made Lava Lamp… But first a riddle: What do lava lamps and the use of pills have in common??? Watch my short video to find out! Plus, if […]Read More Home Made Lava Lamp!?
The life-sustaining properties of water can be seen as a dance. From the slow dance of liquid water turning into a solid to the fast waltz of liquid water turning into a gas, Earth relies on these properties of water to sustain life and provide a habitable place to live. The bubbles dancing around the […]Read More Science Snapshot: Gas Formation in Water