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Science of Sports Issue Date: 07-05-2015

Cool Spots imageDo you play sports? Exploratorium’s Sport Science, exploratorium.edu/explore/sport-science, takes a look at the aerodynamics, force and physics behind your favorite sports. Move famous baseball players through time and see how their stats change in the Baseball Time Machine. Find out the difference between throwing Curveballs and Knuckleballs. Improve your game when you find out what makes a home run in Scientific Slugger, then try “Baseketball.” The Hockey Check Force Calculator can help you find out just how much force is behind each collision you see on the ice.

Visit: http://exploratorium.edu/explore/sport-science
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Scary Events Issue Date: 06-28-2015

Cool Spots imageSome of the most populated places in the world are susceptible to natural disasters. Have you ever wondered why such events occur? Nature’s Fury: The Science of Natural Disasters, tinyurl.com/qysdgz8, looks at the causes of earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, tornadoes and hurricanes. In Earthquakes and Tsunamis, read about the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami caused by an earthquake that made the whole planet vibrate. What causes a volcano to erupt? Watch a video in Volcanoes about how scientists research Italy’s Mount Etna, the most active volcano in the world.

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Start a Collection Issue Date: 06-21-2015

Cool Spots imageSummer is a great time to start a collection. Smithsonian Kids Collecting, tinyurl.com/clcpy6g, introduces you to some of the priceless collections housed in the museum. You’ll be inspired by the National Gem and Mineral Collection. In Behind the Scenes, meet Mike Wise, a Smithsonian geologist who travels around the world collecting mineral specimens. Learn why the airmail stamp, created in 1918, is the most famous American stamp. In Reel People, view several unique private collections.

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Protect the Environment Issue Date: 06-14-2015

Cool Spots imageEnter the Environmental Health Student Portal, kidsenvirohealth.nlm.nih.gov, to learn how the environment can affect our health. A tornado might damage a water treatment plant, which would affect a community’s access to clean drinking water. Air pollution does not just occur outside; air inside a home can become polluted with paint fumes, cleaning chemicals or mold. Such pollutants can cause allergic reactions or more serious health issues. Find out how you can help reduce the effects of Air Pollution, Chemicals, Climate Change and Water Pollution for your family.

Visit: http://kidsenvirohealth.nlm.nih.gov
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Clean Water Issue Date: 06-07-2015

Cool Spots imageHave you ever wondered what happens to water after it goes down the drain? Wonderville presents Water Treatment, wonderville.ca/asset/water-treatment, a look at the science behind clean water. We use water to brush our teeth, wash our hands, cook, do laundry and more. One person uses an average of 300 liters of water per day. Did you know that less than 3 percent of Earth’s fresh water is in its lakes and rivers? Play What’s Up With the Water to learn about the water treatment process and find out what is wrong with Wonderville’s water supply.

Visit: http://wonderville.ca/asset/water-treatment
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