We solve the weirdest, wackiest, funniest and funkiest scientific questions, queries and puzzles...
Or do we have to heat it up?
Why might mosquitoes prefer to munch on certain people?
Check out the expert answer to this c-c-cool question...
Are most animals edible?
How will 12,000 satellites impact telescopes - let alone spacecraft trying to get through?
Should you let it cool down first, or can it go straight in the fridge?
Can we use fingernails and toenails to satisfy the demand of rhino horn and reduce poaching?
When you add rice or pasta to a pan, why does the water boil over?
Some say it's unsafe for humans, but even David Attenborough has remarked on the animal life there...
How will climate change affect monsoons? We have been pour-ing over an answer...
Do sunrises and sunsets "look different" in photos or paintings?
Can an animal's fur coat prevent them from overheating on a hot summer day?
Might A-positive become O-negative?
Does lighting a candle in the bathroom help to hide pongs?
How long does it take carbon atoms to get from our food to our breath?
Why is it easier to see faint stars whilst looking slightly away from them?
Jack Tavener has been crunching through some research to get to the root of this question.
Why are they so unhappy in monogamous relationships?"
We know the effects of getting drunk, but why are some parts of the brain more affected than others?
Why are some people better than others at accents and imitation?
Why does a candle start to make more smoke and smell after it's blown out?
How does a person who is born completely deaf structure their thoughts?
And why don't trees create great holes in the ground?
Is it a matter of surface area?
What happens to air bubbles in water in zero-gravity?