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Food Network Video Leaves People Dazed And Confused

Step 1: Take some "gluggies" or "dobbies" of peanut butter.<p>You know what makes a visionary? Giving people something didn't even know they wanted …

A Gay Man's Chat With Mom Has A Life-Changing Effect On A Stranger

You won't want to miss "Listen."<p>Private moments have surprise consequences in “Listen,” Liang Hu’s harrowing short.<p>In the 2013 film, a British government employee spends his time monitoring civilian phone calls. When he overhears a series of emotional conversations between a gay man and his mother, …

Hilarious Short Animation Shows the Random Ways You Can Die in Space

This short animation <i>Death in Space</i> by Thomas Lucas is a collection of two-second scenes that show people dying in space in the most random ways. It’s …

How Far Back in Time Could You Travel and Still Understand English?

Time traveling back into the past is almost always a bad idea. Everybody is racist, everything is dirty, and you’ll probably get some terrible …

Language Learning

'Inflatable Dark Matter' Could Explain Why We See Less Than Many Theories Predict

Many wonderful theories that explain the evolution of the universe fail because they predict more dark matter than is actually out there. Now a new …

Dark Matter

When Will Dubai Fix Its Burning Skyscraper Problem?

Watching a 63-story Dubai hotel explode into flames on New Year’s Eve and smolder well into New Year’s Day, you might’ve been wondering the same …

Skyscrapers

Young People Used These Absurd Little Cards to Get Laid in the 19th Century

Victorians loved to communicate via calling card. It was the proper, dignified way to communicate with other people. But wouldn’t you know, young …

Acquainted

Smugglers Busted With Nearly $400 Million Worth of Cocaine Molded Into Shipping Pallets

Remember that scene in <i>Traffic</i> where they mold cocaine into dolls? This kind of trickery happens in real life, too. A band of international smugglers …

Crime

These Videos Show You A Part of Flies You've Probably Never Noticed Before

You may have seen halteres on flies, but you probably didn’t know what you were seeing. They’re the odd little twig-like extensions behind the fly’s …

Drones

The funniest animal photos of 2015 revealed

The above image of a wild hamster, cheeks filled with food, expression of quiet determination writ large across its furry brow, has been named the funniest animal photo of the year at the inaugural Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards.<p>The hamster, or rather Julian Rad, the Austrian who captured it, …

Blood seeping from the walls, killer doctors: ICU hallucinations haunt a staggering number of patients

The doctors were standing in the corner of Cheryl Misak’s room, wearing little Christmas party hats and getting more and more drunk. Then, they …

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Sah-ry, eh? We're in the midst of the Canadian Vowel Shift

The old vowels are ‘oot’: Canadians are changing how we speak, though none of us are noticing. Linguists might know why.<p>Out with “oot.” No more …

This is the rare PlayStation console built by Sony and Nintendo

Long before Sony and Nintendo were rivals, the two companies were partners for a brief time. In 1988, the duo started work on SNES-CD, a video game media format that was supposed to augment the cartridge-based SNES by adding support for higher-capacity CDs. In 1991 at the Consumer Electronics Show …

16 Crazy-Awesome Examples Of Eyeshadow Art

Proof that makeup is artistry.

Body Art

Photographer Creates Stunning Symmetric Images with Light and Reflection

<b>All Photographs (c) Ferdinand Choffray, Courtesy of Ferdinand Choffray</b><p>Could symmetrical composition be part of defining beauty? Symmetry makes it attractive. This is what we've been told. When applied to photography, the binomial equilibrium and proportion can create striking images.<p>The shots of</b> …

Watch This Guy Flawlessly Cover All Five Beyoncé Albums in Four Minutes

Evan Agostini—Invision/AP<p>MTV/Getty Images<p>Kevin Mazur—WireImage/Getty Images<p>Kevin Winter—Getty Images<p>Jeff Kravitz—FilmMagic/Getty Images<p>Kevin …

These Award-Winning Videos Prove The Micro World Is Just As Beautiful As Our Own Macro Realm

Things moving around on the micro level are simply mesmerizing.<p>To see for yourself, just check out the videos (below) that were recently named the year's best in Nikon's annual Small World in Motion Photomicrography Competition. The winning videos offer a very up-close look at happenings that seem …

Watch an Embryo Turn Itself Inside Out

If you’ve ever felt like your life’s turned on its head, be thankful that you’re not this little embryo—which turns itself inside out.<p>This is the …

Biology

From Van Gogh's cloned ear to indoor rain: 13 sculptures made by science

Art, science, and maths art have never been closer entwined than in today's sculpture. While sculptors from Leonardo Da Vinci to Henry Moore employed their scientific gifts when creating their masterpieces, today's digital technology opens up new worlds of possibility, with artists taking …

Science Photographer Reveals Beauty of the Microscopic World

Linden Gledhill is a photographer with a background in biochemistry, and lately, he's been using his scientific training to make the microscopic …

Macro Photography

These Colorful Liquid Droplets Chase Each Other Like Living Organisms

When water hits a glass surface, it usually just spreads itself out. But when water containing the organic molecule propylene glycol (PG) hits glass, …

Chemistry

Blind Artist Relies on Touch and Texture to Create Stunningly Vivid Paintings

While art has always been a major part of John Bramblitt's life, it wasn't until he completely lost his sight that he tried to paint for the first time. From the age of 11, Bramblitt's vision was gradually stolen from him by epilepsy. By the time he was 30, seizures had rendered him completely …

Researchers determine the safest place to survive a zombie outbreak in the US

Researchers at Cornell University have conductive a study to determine the which regions in the U.S. would be safest during a zombie outbreak, The Washington Post reports.<p>Alex Alemi, a researcher and statistician with the group, has developed an interactive model of how a zombie outbreak could …

Walking

Breathing life into B.C.’s ghost towns

Hal Wright, the owner and caretaker of Sandon, B.C., makes his way into the mill manager's cabin Feb. 11, 2015. The cabin, like the rest of the town, was built around 1892 by mining prospectors. (John Lehmann / The Globe and Mail)<p>Not all ghost towns are dead. A few are kept alive by a handful of …

What To Eat After You Work Out

<i>By Cynthia Sass, MPH, RD</i><p>As a sports nutritionist, I consult for pro teams and privately counsel professional and competitive athletes in numerous sports, as well as fitness enthusiasts. Pros and weekend warriors definitely have different nutrition needs, but they do have one thing in common: In …

Scientists Find a Way to Block HIV from Infecting Healthy Cells

Reporting in the journal <i>Nature</i>, scientists describe a new way to potentially block HIV from infiltrating healthy cells. Such interference is key to …

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18 Google Chrome Extensions That Make the Internet a Better Place

Earlier this week, we asked you to share with us that one, special Chrome extension that you just can't bear to live without. As it turns out, for …

Apps

Artist Transforms His Childhood Doodles Into Mesmerizing Grown-Up Masterpieces

Even the most imaginative of adult artists can't compete with some of the effortless and strangely brilliant doodles of a child. Admit it, no matter how many art classes you take, it's hard to capture the wild imagination and unbridled confidence that come so easily with youth. Most often the …