If you want to attain high speeds without getting airborne, it helps to know a little something about friction.
Global warming is melting Earth’s glaciers, which is moving vast amounts of water—maybe enough to affect the planet’s rotation.
It takes a lot of energy to jump over cliffs and hurl rocks at the speed of sound—and that means eating at superhero capacity.
Lidar measures distance by bouncing light off of objects—but there’s more to how light travels in the first place.
It’s impossible to reduce gravity, but you can find some clever ways around it.
The Dark Knight has some pretty neat gear—but his gadget-enabled stunts require some juice.
The results won’t be high fidelity, but you can definitely turn sound into electric signals using an N95 and some physics knowledge.
You can definitely use the stars as your guide. But let’s check whether a scene from the Disney+ live action series would work in the real world.
Let’s calculate whether the lightsaber-catching, Sarlacc-pit-avoiding maneuver can be done by mere mortals or requires help from the Force.