Science Solved It
The blood red falls tumble out of a glacier 100 feet to a lake below.
Dr. Barry Marshall swallowed helicobacter pylori to prove it was the cause of a common ailment.
It turns out the water doesn’t disappear at all.
Alkali flies have been a fixture of Mono Lake, California for hundreds of years, but scientists only recently unravelled the secret of their aquatic abilities.
Korean royal astrologers saw a new star appear in the sky in 1437 AD, and it took 600 years for astronomers to find what they had seen, and explain why it appeared that night.
On the season two premiere of Science Solved It, we dive into one of the most pervasive conspiracy theories: chemtrails.
Science Solved It returns Tuesday, June 26 with all new episodes.
Zane Moore has a theory for how these trees defy the laws of nature.
In the midst of a deadly cholera outbreak in London, a local anesthetist figured out how the disease was spreading using data visualization.
The Nazca lines are world famous geoglyphs, and their nearby spiral structure help explain why they were built.