Science behind Christmas

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And the science bombing continues, starting early this time so I can actually write two posts. I planned to do it for Thanksgiving but couldn’t. So here we go.


Reindeers may not be able to fly, but they can float in water. Their hair traps air like a puffy jacket, which helps them float in water.


Elves have pointy ears and a large pinna (the tissue on the outer ear). This helps them to sense anything wrong with Santa’s sleigh, like a loose screw by localising the sound to a great extent. This also gives them the ability of echolocation, like bats, which helps them to see obstacles in the dark.

The Christmas tree

Christmas trees belong to a group of gymnosperm plants called conifers. They belong to the division coniferophyta. Gymnosperm is derived from a Greek word meaning naked seeds because their seeds are not enclosed by…

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