Selfie, Stars, Perfume, Black Hole, Autumn, Gravity, Meditation. Find out about the inner workings and origins of the things that pique your curiosity. Selfie: Selfie culture has recently been very widespread due to the rise of social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram where users can upload pictures of themselves Stars: stars are more than just the bright lights, technically stars are big, glowing spheres made up of really hot gasses which include hydrogen, some helium and small traces of other chemical substances. Perfume: A perfume is a mixture of fragrant components, fixatives, and solvents which when combined gives off a pleasant smell. It is usually applied to the body and sometimes to objects and spaces as well. Black Hole: black hole is described as a region in space and time that has such as strong gravitational pull that nothing can escape from it. Autumn: autumn is the season that marks the midpoint between summer and winter. This is caused by the planet's orbit around the sun. Gravity: You have probably heard of the phrase what comes up must come down. And for the most part it is true. This is all made possible because of gravity. Remember Isaac Newton? Meditation: Meditation is a practice where one focuses concentration. It may be a concentration on breathing, a sound, an idea or even the practice itself.
Have you ever wondered what makes the sky blue? Or pondered how the human body works? It's important to remember we're all scientists and cultivating curiosity is important for science. Science is curiosity. It's learning about the world around us, asking questions and there are so many ways to start. The best way is to go out into the world and discover. Big and little questions are answered about the mysteries and marvels of science, technology, inventions, systems and the rules of nature that we come into contact with every day.