Science answers, and sometimes causes us to ask, wonderful questions. Why do leaves change colors in the fall? (Biology) Why is a stream of water from the kitchen faucet larger at the top? (Chemistry and Physics) Why does smoke from a chimney sometimes go up and then turn at a right angle shortly before it gets cold outside? (Meteorology) Every time you ask a question about something you can experience with your 5 senses (sight, smell, taste, hearing, and touch) you are likely asking a question science can answer. Scientists (including you) don't always wear lab coats. We just ask (and try to answer) questions about the world around us.

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Science is EVERYWHERE!

The world of science is defined by what we can experience with our 5 senses. The above arch is definitely something you want to SEE in person. To get an idea of its size, compare the arch to the person standing under it. The arch is located in Arches National Park just outside the little town of Moab, Utah.

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