Why does steam come out of the mouth on cold days?
Benzoic acid/Sodium Benzoate often added to foods as preservatives. Both temporarily inhibit the proper functioning of digestive enzymes and cause headaches, stomach upset, asthma attacks and hyperactivity in children.
The furthest object we can see with the naked eye is the Andromeda galaxy 2.6 million light years away.
A fish does not add new scales as it grows, but the scales it has increase in size. In this way, growth rings are formed and the rings reveal the age of a fish.
The skin of the lip, with three to five cellular layers, is very thin compared to typical face skin, which has up to 16 layers. And the lip skin is not hairy and does not have sweat glands. Therefore it does not have the usual protection layer of sweat and body oils which keep the skin smooth, and regulate warmth. For these reasons, the lips dry out faster. Many said that it is because lips do not have an epidermis and dermis lips dry out faster, but they do have it as very thin layers.
Why do your lip skin dry out quickly than other parts of your body?
Processed meat contains 4 times more Sodium and 50 percent more Nitrate preservatives than unprocessed meat.
මිනිසුන්ගේ දෘෂ්ටි තීව්රතාවයට වඩා උකුස්සන්ගේ දෘෂ්ටි තීව්රතාවය 2.6 ගුණයක් හොද වේ. ඔවුන් පැයට සැතපුම් 100ක පමණ වේගයකින් පියාඹන විටද ඉතා තියුණු රූප දැකගත හැක.
You see your nose at all times, your brain just chooses to ignore it.
Stars except for the sun appear as tiny dots in the sky, as their light travels through the many layers of the Earth’s atmosphere, of the Earth’s atmosphere, the light of the star is bent (refracted) many times in random directions. Light is bent when it hits a change in density change in density like a pocket of cold air or hot air. This random refraction results in the star winking out. It looks as the star moves a bit, moves a bit, and our eye interprets this as twinkling.
Have you ever wondered why do stars twinkle at night? There’s a scientific reason behind this.
Nicotine act as a chemical defense in tobacco plants. Nicotine targets the neuromuscular junction, the place where nerve cells meet muscles in animals. So when an animal eats a plant containing nicotine, its ability to breathe and move is significantly affected.
Many think that it is due to surface tension that insects can walk on water. But a new research has found out that the insect’s legs are covered with microscopic Nano fibers that trap tiny air bubbles, allowing the insect to simply float on water.
Some insects can walk on water. How can they do it?
A new study has revealed that a caterpillar uses nicotine to create breath so bad, it wards off predators.
Scientists in Switzerland have created a very thin electronic chip which is so flexible that it can be wrapped around a human hair.
The pupil of the eye expands as much as 45 percent when a person looks at something pleasing.
In rotten eggs gasses are created inside due to microorganism activities. These gasses are passed through the porous shell of the egg. Making it light weight compared to fresh eggs.
Have you ever come across a rotten egg? Isn’t it light weight? So how does it become light weight?
Puffer fish release a toxin 1,200 times more deadly than cyanide to protect themselves from predators, but dolphins have figured out how to suck the right amount of toxin from this fish to get high.
About 90 per cent of the power that goes into an electric motor is converted into torque to turn the car’s wheels.