Everyday Science

Science at Workplace

Here we address to reasoning questions arising in the minds of children on the basis of their day to day observations by giving their scientific answers. Some questions which children asked over the years regarding science at workplace are given below.

Why do the detectors use only dogs for spying ?

It is afct that dog is an intelligent animal, it can be trained easily and it always remains faithful to its master. Moreover its senses are very sharp and highly developed specially the sense of smell and sense of hearing.

Why can’t we write on a smooth paper with a ball point pen?

In a ball pen the tip of pen is usually a tiny metallic ball which can rotate in its equally small metallic socket. The socket is attached to a thin tube containing thick viscous ink filled in it which acts as a source of ink.

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