What makes balloons move?

Answer At first, it may be hard to see the similarities between that helium-filled latex balloon you let loose into the air at your best friend's birthday party and the giant hot air balloon you rode 2,00... Read More »

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What Makes a Car Move?

A car moves by converting the potential chemical energy of gasoline into kinetic energy at the wheels. This is done by a process of burning gasoline, which produces expansion of gas and exhaust of ... Read More »

Do helium balloons or air-filled balloons last longer?

Air-filled balloons last longer than helium balloons. The average lifespan of a helium balloon is eight to twelve hours (the larger the balloon, the longer it lasts). A special treatment called HI-... Read More »

What makes currents move against each other?

Ocean currents are affected by a number of factors, including the energy of the sun and the gravity of the Earth. The constant motion of the air and the water that cover the majority of the surface... Read More »

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