For those who like the effects of drafting in cycling backed up by Mythbusters, here’s a comparison between riding a mountain bike at 20 mph solo and on the tail Keep reading
Mythbusters Walking on “Water”
The Mythbusters walk on “water” using non-Newtonian fluids. I think everyone wants to do this at least once in their life.
The Sound of Helium
Gases of different density are good for more than just physics demonstrations. They also affect the transmission of sound waves, thereby altering our perception of pitch. As fun as sulfur Keep reading