A Simple Slice of Science – Why do we have five fingers?

A Simple Slice of Science – Why do we have five fingers?

This week’s questions comes from the youngest junior scientist in the Science Wows household and he wants to know…

Why do we have five fingers?

As it is National Maths Week Dr. Simple is happy to be talking numbers.

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A simple slice of science – why does your voice sound different on the radio?

A simple slice of science – why does your voice sound different on the radio?

Dr. Simple is back with another really cool question. This one comes in from Jill, who can often be found here, when she is not pondering such questions as….

why does your voice sound different on the radio?

So if, like me, you cringe when

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A Simple Slice of Science – Why is the sea salty?

A Simple Slice of Science – Why is the sea salty?

This week’s question for Dr. Simple came in from a little boy who has just turned five and sometimes goes by the name of Spidey (you might find him here); He wants to know…

Why is the sea salty?

This is a great question  and Dr. Simple was

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