I aim to teach you mundane/unremarkable things POORLY because a day you don’t learn is a day WASTED!

For Example: Why do hardboiled eggs EXPLODE in the microwave?

When you boil an egg, you can’t COMPLETELY eliminate the moisture INSIDE the yolk. When you go to reheat the hardboiled eggs in the microwave, you’re SUPER-HEATING that moisture. It’ll boil nearly instantly and when the PRESSURE is TOO MUCHBOOM-egg-SPLODING eggs…

Instead of reheating hardboiled eggs, might I suggest only cooking enough for a single sitting? Then you won’t have to clean out your microwave and open all of your windows…

If you’ve got some suggestions on what I should cover on SIMPLE SCIENCE-call me (780) 875-1061.

Until next time-stay smart! -“Professor” Pruski.