You could climb out of a hole with a ladder or a rope—or you could call on your formidable physics knowledge.
First, use your phone to record the car's acceleration. Then start solving for the minimum coefficient of friction.
Just make sure you use the right equation when you're calculating your trajectory.
What's the best Halloween candy? Use math to help you decide.
One of these sparks is not like the other.
I have no idea how Aquaman got into the middle of a fight in the sky. He's not supposed to be able to fly.
Is there a physical reason why a planet might have ended up looking like some sort of fat, intergalactic caterpillar?
Turns out, superheroes don't just illustrate physics—they *do* physics, too!
There's basically zero chance of me not doing a speed analysis of this thing.
There are some crazy things about temperature that you should probably know.