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Rose discusses the beauty of autumn/fall foliage and the science behind it.
On this week's Why's It Wednesday, Rose answers the question of why wearing white clothes after the US Labor Day Holiday is a fashion faux pas.
Scientists are figuring out more and more each year why mosquitoes find us--some more than others--so darn tasty. In this episode of Why's It Wednesday, Rose covers what we know so far.
In another installment of Why's It (Wise It) Wednesday, Nathan answers the often-asked question, 'Why does the shower curtain blow in while the water is on?'
Nathan hosts another episode of Why's It Wednesday (even though it is Monday) and answers the question: Why do we rub our eyes when we are tired?
In an installment of Why's It Wednesday?, Rose talks about why chameleons have independent control over their eye movement (and why we don't, necessarily).
Rose talks about why humans hold hands.
On this week's Why's It Wednesday, Rose explains why winter weather brings an increase of static electric activity.
Rose discusses the historical origin of Guy Fawkes Day, November 5th, and its change through time.