How Things Work was Designed to Eliminate the Mystery.
There’s a whole world of everyday stuff out there that begs the question, “How does that work”? Or, “Why does that work” or “What caused that to happen?
Teachers, students or just interested folks can find resources, “how to do” projects, science fair topics and other valuable information about the subject.
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Just hover over the Contact Us menu in the upper right hand corner and select “Submit An Activity”. If you just want to ask us to do an experiment or discuss a topic, that option is up there for you as well.
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