Was a Super Bowl ad featuring late President John F. Kennedy based on the mistaken impression that seawater and blood have the same amount of salt in them?
The outcome of this weekend's Super Bowl, along with other major sporting events, may depend on whether the players are night owls or early birds.
Broadcast will go out live to ships, aircraft carriers and submarines.
The deflation equation is now up to physicists -- but it's not the first trouble for the NFL.
The Patriots are being accused of breaking an NFL rule by deflating game balls. Learn how the level of inflation affects the ball in play.
A network of properly calibrated seismic sensors could one day alert us ten seconds to ten minutes before an impending earthquake.
It can't be an easy to officiate a sport fairly, especially in games with tens of thousands of rabid fans loving or hating every call. Science thinks there's even some evidence officials subconsciously lose their impartiality toward the home team.
Magnets could put the brakes on impacts before they happen. Continue reading →
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