Science

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Oceanography

Oceanography

Oceanography covers the physical aspects of the ocean, such as waves and currents, the geology of the seafloor, the ocean’s chemical composition, and all the life in it. More...

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National Geographic
Polluted Ocean Photos

Polluted Ocean Photos

The oceans are connected to each other and to all the waterways around the world. Just as a drop of water can flow through a creek, stream, river, and into the ocean. So can trash. Need proof? More...

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National Geographic
What Is HIV/AIDS?

What Is HIV/AIDS?

When HIV/AIDS was first identified more than 30 years ago, little was known about the infection and the disease syndrome that it could lead to. More...

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Department of Health & Human Services
G-Bear and B-Bear Rap

G-Bear and B-Bear Rap

We're pretty sure you'll never forget that black bears go digging while grizzlies go climbing after watching this Parks Canada video. More...

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Parks Canada
Acids, Bases, and pH

Acids, Bases, and pH

If you're facing a test on acids, bases, and the pH scale and feeling a bit confused, you will not want to miss this helpful video. More...

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Bozeman Science
What Is an Aerosol?

What Is an Aerosol?

Aerosols are solid particles or liquid droplets that are suspended in air or some other gas. Aerosols occur naturally (from a volcanic eruption) or are human made (burning coal for energy). More...

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Washington University
Earth’s Atmosphere: Composition, Climate, & Weather

Earth’s Atmosphere: Composition, Climate, & Weather

Discover how Earth’s atmospheric layers form a protective blanket of gases that make our planet the only one able to sustain life. More...

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Space.com
What Is Acid Rain?

What Is Acid Rain?

Acids falling from the atmosphere travel many miles on the winds before landing on the ground, seeping into the water, and affecting all living things. More...

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Environmental Protection Agency
The Coriolis Effect

The Coriolis Effect

Large storm systems spin over time. In the Northern Hemisphere, they spin counterclockwise. In the Southern Hemisphere, it’s clockwise. Watch the video. More...

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NOVA/PBS
The Deep Sea

The Deep Sea

Beneath the ocean's surface, you'll find 95% of Earth's living space. It's so deep that you could hide 20 Washington Monuments stacked atop each other. Explore this world that's also deep in mystery. More...

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Smithsonian
Rocketry

Rocketry

Take a look at how rockets have changed since they were invented more than 800 years ago, and how NASA hopes to use rockets in the future. More...

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NASA
Ultimate Guide to Submarines: Dive!

Ultimate Guide to Submarines: Dive!

Submarines are engineering marvels, using the laws of physics to remain underwater and keep their occupants safe. Explore how submarines use air and water to change their buoyancy. More...

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Discovery