A form of an element with a different number of neutronsA form of an element with a different number of protonsA form of an element with a different number of electronsA form of an element that is unstable radioactively
There can be stable and unstable neutrons — the main thing is they have a different number of neutrons (and therefore a different mass) but the same number of protons as the normal form of an element.
Titan is a moon of Saturn!
Learn more about dwarf planets here!
Inner coreOuter coreUpper mantleLower mantle
It's the lower mantle!
The lower mantle. So hot right now.
The Triangulum GalaxyThe Andromeda GalaxyThe Pinwheel GalaxyThe Tadpole Galaxy
Sure, there are closer satellite and dwarf galaxies, but when it comes to major systems, Andromeda is closest.
Heavy rains in temperate regionsIncreased monsoons in Southeast AsiaWarm ocean temperatures in the Equatorial PacificExcessive drought in sub-tropical regions
The event is defined by the ocean temperatures in one region, but its effects are global.
The Moon does not rotate.The Sun's gravity locks the moon in place.The Moon rotates in the opposite direction of Earth.The moon completes a rotation in the same amount of time it completes one orbit around the Earth.
Earth's rotation and the Moon's are synchronous.
Bronze is an alloy!
That means it's a mix of copper, tin, and some other metals.
The closest planet to the Sun!
It legit makes life happen on this planet.
CurrentSpeed of lightBinding energyConductivity
Mass–energy equivalence, bro!
The equation says that the energy of something is equal to the mass of something times the speed of light squared. It's a pretty big deal.
Mariner 10New HorizonsVoyager 2Voyager 1
Voyager 1, baby!
By some measures, it has left the solar system!
That's a trilobite!
More specifically, this one belongs to the genus Cheirurus.
4.02 billion years old4.25 billion years old4.54 billion years old4.72 billion years old
That's around 4,540,000,000 years old!
The number comes from radiometric dating of old solar system bits.
We Know What You Are Like In Bed Based On Science Trivia
You are probably a genius in other subject areas — one of them being sexy time. Sure, your science game could use some brushing up, but your bedroom game needs no improvement whatsoever! You have the endurance of a marathon runner and the finesse of a figure skater.
You don’t have time to be bothered by other people’s investigations into the natural world. You would prefer to figure it all out on your own, thank you very much! It is this experimental personality that contributes to your wild bedroom antics. You may not have tried everything, but you are certainly willing to give it all a go!
You certainly don’t know all the science, but that probably stems from all that time you spent learning about everything else in the world. You are deeply intelligent but also very introspective. This combination makes you mysterious and irresistible to your partners, and your bedroom game does not disappoint!
You know a respectable amount of science. More importantly, though, you love being reminded that there is still so much more out there to learn. It’s this kind of passion for exploration that makes you such a treat in the sack. You bring an amazing energy, a curious spirit, and a powerful set of skills that leave a serious impression.
You certainly know your science. This speaks not only to your bookish intellect but also your social intelligence — a skill you can and easily do transfer to the bedroom. You have a keen sense for what your partner wants and you know how to deliver it, too. Anyone would lucky to be with you!
You know a lot about science and you are not afraid to show it off. This comes from your powerful and totally justified self-confidence. Another side effect of this confidence? Your raw bedroom intensity and the indelible mark it leaves on whoever is lucky enough to spend some quality sexy time with you.