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During photosynthesis plants absorb visible light, mainly through the pigment chlorophyll, and use its energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into sugars required for metabolism and growth.

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As you rip down the mountain on your fancy snowboard, do you ever wonder what makes it go, or why it handles the way it does?

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Ever wonder if all that talk time on your cell phone or all that screen time on Facebook or Twitter do your health any harm?

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Is time travel science fiction or science possibility, and why are there no time tourists from the future?

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Good basketball players can improve their game and improve their scoring by understanding some simple physics. 

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Like a lot of things, a sleeping bag is an engineering solution to a science problem. Let's describe the problem by examining the facts...

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It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... rocketman! Jet Pack International (Jet P.I.) has developed a personal jet pack and it'll be available for purchase.

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So what makes stones thrown this way bounce but others that are thrown differently sink? The answer this we first need to discuss momentum and its conservation.

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If you want to bowl a perfect game, you better listen up and learn some physics before you hit the lanes.

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