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Science (from Latin scientia, meaning "knowledge") is a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions about the universe.

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Interesting reaction

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Would love to be in this class.

Contributed by Evan Sarafian

Ever wanted a slushie on a hot day? This video shows you an easy way you can do it.

Contributed by Andrew Harris

A waves frequency can cause a change in the amplitude or "loudness" of a sound wave. Which is why a lower pitch sound quieter than a higher pitch.

Contributed by Racheal Sylvester

A sound waves "loudness" does not affect its frequency or wavelength but merely its amplitude.

Contributed by Racheal Sylvester

Visit Discovery News!

By the way, not all of the articles are about alcohol.

Contributed by Adam Greenlee

The Key to Science

Learn to admit you are wrong.

Contributed by Madeline Johnson

Whoa, check this out. The last one is awesome. It looks like the water is flowing back into the nozzle.

Contributed by Tori Griffin

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