It's likely not lens distortion that caused the curious appearance. Instead, it's something called perspective distortion.
How hot is a lightsaber? What was the original lightsaber prop made out of?
A physicist uses the theory of General Relativity and geometry to explain the science fiction concept.
A subatomic particle called the muon is more magnetic than it should be—here’s what that could mean.
Callaway uses a material called Paraloid to create a softer ball with a more resilient cover.
Get the 411 on non-trinary particles in your fruit—and other weird facts we learned this week.
It’s the same science behind snow cones. Weird right?
With help from an ice architect and Inuit engineering.
You’ll want to avoid some ‘flavors.’
The new Rival blasters use physics to give skilled shooters an unexpected advantage.
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