The Bubblesphere gets thousands of requests each year from people of all ages who have
homework assignments, science fairs, parties and other events which involve bubble making.
A typical message starts out "Help! I have to have an answer by tomorrow
The Bubblesphere can help, one
way or another, but you may have to search around a bit for information. This page
attempts to answer some of the most frequently asked questions, but since there is so much
complex math, chemistry and physics involved, it would be best if you went to the library
and checked out some of the books or other materials recommended on the
You might also try posting a question on the
forum page. Teachers, students and bubble enthusiasts from all over
the world check in all the time. If you have problems with answers given on these pages or
are really stumped, send an email to Professor
Bubbles... he will try to help if he is available.
Here are some commonly asked questions:
Why do bubbles have color? Can
I color bubbles?
Why are bubbles round?
Why do bubbles pop?
What is the biggest bubble
What is the best bubble
How can I make my own bubble
How did Professor Bubbles
get started making bubbles... who is he?