How do magnets work?
A magnet is any object that produces its own magnetic field. This field, invisible to the naked eye, attracts or repels other magnetic fields depending on their polarity. Magnetism is a class of physical phenomena, so don’t worry if you’re tripping out about it. It’s pretty dope and crazy.
Why is the sky blue?
Molecules in the air scatter more blue light from the sun than red light because blue light moves in shorter, smaller waves. The reason sunsets look red and orange is because the blue light has been scattered further away from the sun. Whatever that means.
Why is my computer so slow?
You’re probably running low on space, my friend. Get some more RAM and delete all those cover song videos you recorded ten years ago. You don’t need 20 takes of each.
What is gluten?
Gluten is a type of protein mainly found in wheat, barley and rye. It gives dough elasticity, helps it rise, and maintains its final shape. It is present in pasta, bread, cookies, cakes, gravy, and many sauces, so I will not be giving it up. Ever.
Why do men have nipples?
Every embryo starts off female. It takes about 60 days for testosterone to kick in, changing the genetics of the cells in the genitals and brain. By that point you boys already have nips! Isn’t that cute?