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How Moonshine Works
Think the days of backwoods stills and black market liquor are over? Think again: Police are still arresting moonshiners, those entrepreneurs who produce their own liquor and make a nice profit avoiding federal taxes.
Learn how moonshine is made, why the practice began and how the law deals with moonshine today.
Coming Soon: How Stem Cells Work
How Segways Work
You think "left," it goes left -- or at least that's how it feels to the rider. Find out what's going on inside the Segway and what makes it so unique.
How Hypnosis Works
There are hypnotherapists whose job it is to help people quit smoking, increase confidence... Skeptic or believer, hypnosis is an interesting phenomenon.
How Viagra® Works
While most of us know that it's used to treat erectile dysfunction, very few of us know how it does that. Learn all about Viagra®.
How Cell Phones Work
Chances are good that you've got one. Want to know how it works? Learn all about cell phones and the networks that carry your calls.
How Lock Picking Works
In movies, burglars can open a lock using a paper clip. Is it really so easy? Explore the everyday technology of locks and keys
Most of us don't think about what's going on inside a copier while we wait for it to shoot out the copies. Find out how, in mere seconds, you can produce an exact replica of what's on a sheet of paper!
Every morning you scoop in the coffee, add the water and turn it on, but have you ever wondered what is happening inside your coffee maker? Find out how that precious gadget delivers your wake-up dose.
The World Health Organization’s goals are not to be taken lightly: eradicating disease, promoting healthy living conditions and overseeing the general welfare of people all over the world. Learn about the WHO.
Practiced pickpockets are nimble and intelligent -- and they look just like everyone else. You'd be amazed at how easily they could rob you without you even knowing it. Find out how to protect yourself.