Easy Science Experiments

Here at Science Sparks HQ we love a bit of magic, whether it be a memory trick, slight of hand or even a bit of science magic. These 10 easy science tricks for kids are great fun and mostly super simple. The density one is a little tricky and potentially messy, but well worth the effort for the…

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Why Do We Dream?

Dreams can be entertaining, disturbing, or downright bizarre. We all dream, even if we don’t remember it the next day. But why do we dream? And what do they mean, anyway? What Are Dreams? Dreams are basically stories and images that our mind creates while we sleep. They can be vivid. They can make you feel happy, sad,…

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Cold Water Bottle Also Sweats

Have you ever wondered or had a thought about why the closed bottles which contain the cold water or cold drinks sweat?  Have you asked  where the water comes from? Actually the fact is that neither the bottle sweats nor the water comes from the inside of the bottle. The water is from the outside…

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What Causes Milkskin?

Milk forms a skin on top when heated because of a chemical reaction that affects how protein and fat molecules interact with each other. When milk is heated rapidly, some of the water in it evaporates from the surface. This exposes proteins and fat molecules, which bind and dry out as warming continues. Skin most…

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Why Are Some People Left-Handed?

On this Internation Left-Handers Day, let’s discuss what causes left-handedness in some people. Whether a person favors their right hand or their left, and what this reveals about brain function, has been studied for at least 150 years. In the past, children who were naturally left-handed were encouraged or forced to use their right hand,…

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World Biofuel Day

A man must never forget that fossil fuels are very precious and biofuels are the wisest choice The need for sustainability in all spheres of life has only grown because the effects of climate change manifest as devastating ecological imbalances and natural disasters. As a result, the way humans consume biofuel can have a lasting…

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Did you know viruses are not alive?

Viruses are responsible for some of the world’s most dangerous and deadly diseases, including influenza, ebola, rabies, smallpox, and COVID-19. Despite their potential to kill, these potent pathogens are in fact considered to be non-living, as alive as the screen that you are reading this article on. How is this possible? How can something as…

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