Rain falls to the ground when watervapour in the atmosphere forms droplets heavy enough to fall to earth.

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In summer and fall, tropical bodies of water have been warmed by the sun and store fantastic amounts of energy as heat. Tropical cyclones use that energy as their driving power... but what starts the engine?

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The Earth's magnetic field is just like a bar magnet, which explains its effect on other planets.

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Even though the consequences of a head injury can be severe, you can keep yourself safe while playing hockey by wearing properly fitted protective head gear such as helmets and making smart decisions on the ice.

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The electrons are what allow atoms to react with each other in chemical reactions, and they are also what cause certain compounds to emit light when heated.

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What is sustainable seafood? With an industry as huge as seafood, what can you do as an individual to make sure your favourite fish dish will be around for the next generation to enjoy?

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Sleeping near someone who snores can be a nuisance; however, it can also be a sign of a serious health concern. How so? Well, snoring is a possible symptom of a sleep disorder called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA for short).

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What causes static cling and how can you control it?

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Over time, there has been a net depletion of ozone in the atmosphere. As a result, there is a higher risk of exposure to harmful UV radiation from the sun. Only a big international ban on CFCs prevented further destruction of ozone.

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Bluetooth signals are very similar to the wireless signals used in WiFi devices, radio and television broadcasts and mobile phones. These signals are transmitted by electromagnetic radiation, the very same phenomenon that produces light that you can see.

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