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Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Melting the Icy Hand

Fun and Easy Science Experiments

What you need for the experiment: Cup of water Driveway or rock salt Icy hand (made of ice in a latex glove) Plastic spoons Tray How to do the experiment: This week, we’re going to melt an icy hand. The first thing you do is put a little bit of water over the icy hand to unstick the latex glove…

Frostival: New Offerings

Do you qualify for the Undie Run?

Christmas is over, New Year’s has popped its cork, and Valentine’s Day is a long, long way off on the horizon. We’ve reached the January doldrums of winter, when it seems like we’re so far between festivities there’s not much to look forward to, other than a long winter’s nap until spring thaw. But behold!!! Off on yonder peak —…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Confetti Explosion

Fun and Easy Science Experiment

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff created a confetti explosion with his leftover decorations from New Year’s Eve. What you need to do the experiment: Confetti Water Baking Soda Vinegar Clear Party Cup Hollow Bowl or Container How to do the experiment: Take about 2 cups of baking soda and combine it with a good handful of confetti and mix it…

Getting SAD: Behind Seasonal Affective Disorder

A look at Seasonal Depression

Cloudy skies, snow, and frigid wind chills make it perfect weather for people to stay indoors, but seeing that weather from the inside can sometimes make people SAD with Seasonal Affective Disorder. SAD is a seasonal depression that occurs to people across the country, usually in the fall and winter, but sometimes can occur in the spring. Dr. Swati Dhankikar,…