There’s nothing like popping on a lab coat to make it seem like you know what you’re talking about, but do scientists really have all the answers? Actually, as it turns out, no. There are loads of everyday things that we take for granted, that science simply can’t explain. From everyday actions to readily-available medicines, get ready to find out just how scared you should be about what scientists don’t know.

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Why Ice is Slippery 

The fact that ice is slippery is probably a fact that you’ve allowed to remain unquestioned, until now. Because, why is ice slippery? Is it because it’s still a bit damp on top? No. Is it because the force we exert on it turns it back to water? No.

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Is it because it’s so incredibly rough that it become slippery because of the sheer friction you apply to it? Basically, we have no idea. Sorry.

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https://www.cracked.com/article_19442_8-simple-questions-you-wont-believe-science-cant-answer.html

https://www.buzzfeed.com/kellyoakes/15-things-that-scientists-just-cant-explain?utm_term=.jmNV70p7K#.wyZlgGOgk 

https://cen.acs.org/articles/92/i29/Does-Acetaminophen-Work-Researchers-Still.html