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Dr. Kathy Focsaneanu answers why the lemon seeds continually rise up and fall down in carbonated beverages with spirits.
Dr. Nafissa Ismail has two answers on why we associate some colours with specific emotions.
Dr. Abdulmotaleb El Saddik speculates on how much 1967 technology could actually retrieve from today's smartphones.
Dr. Dawn Hall, exhibition interpretation officer and science adviser at the Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa, answers Chloe Cook's question.
The answer depends on which hypothesis you believe, explains Dr. Andrew Simons.
Dr. Jesse Rogerson goes way back to the very first fraction of a second after the Big Bang for the answer.
Dr. Michael Hildebrand says chronic pain can be caused by many mechanisms.
Dr. Derek Mueller talks about when extra sunlight in the summer was enough to tip the scales towards a warming climate, leading Northern ice sheets to start to melt rapidly.
Those who are blind dream using other sensory perceptions like sound and touch, says Lia Turner.
Dr. Melike Erol-Kantarci says the amount of carbon emissions that electric vehicles are responsible for will vary depending on where you live.
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