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  • Physicists Might Have Figured Out How To Go Back In Time. We Explain With Breakfast.

    Going back in time is a common science fiction/fantasy scenario. Sci-fi depictions of time travel often feature elaborate and unbelievable contraptions, from a souped-up Delorean in Back to the Future to a Victorian plush velvet reclining chair in H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine. But, what if turning time’s arrow backward is as simple as understanding […] More

  • How Do Bees Survive Winter? Only The Most Adorable Way Ever

    Hey, how do bees make it through a cold winter anyway? Do the bees simply die off during the winter, leaving the queen to carry on the species? Not quite. What actually happens is far more incredible. Worker bees can not only survive some of the coldest temperatures our continent has to offer, they actually […] More

  • Scrap That Resolution To Organize Your Stuff: Messy People Are Creative Geniuses

    If you’re entering the New Year with a nice, bulleted to-do list, you probably have organization somewhere near the top. A clean slate may be a good plan for some but think about procrastinating on that organization. Scientific studies point to messiness as a source of creative productivity. Before you reorganize that mountain of papers […] More

  • Everything You Never Thought You Had To Know About Corn

    Corn is one of the most common and versatile foods in the American diet. Whether you like it grilled or mixed in pudding, it’s a vital part of your daily nutrients. But did you know that the corn you buy at the store isn’t the same as the corn that you see in the fields […] More

  • Study Shows This Classic N64 Game Could Help Old Folks With Memory

    Children worldwide are often told to limit video gaming, with parents claiming it will rot their young impressionable minds. Well kids, make some room on the couch for grandpa; scientists just found out that defeating Bowser saves more than just Princess Peach. Playing video games, it seems, can help build grey matter in the brain even […] More

  • Are Aliens Real? The Government Has Been Spending A Lot Of Money To Find Out

    The government has always said that aliens don’t exist and anyone who says otherwise is a lunatic. For the most part, society has accepted this story. Yet there’s a line item in the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) budget for $22 million. For UFO investigation. If aliens aren’t real, they’re spending a lot of tax dollars to […] More

  • Dreaming About Dying? It May Mean Big Changes In Your Waking Life

    Most people have experienced an extremely vivid dream in their lifetime. Whether it be a nightmare that wakes you up in a cold sweat or a dream that had you rethinking your current relationship, sometimes your nightly snooze can get really interesting. Al-Rasub Some even keep a dream journal to track their adventures during REM […] More

  • Are You A Night Owl? Science Says You Are More Intelligent And Creative

    Everyone’s sleep schedule varies ever so slightly. Although many people like to call it an early night in preparation for their morning commute, some of us can’t seem to hit the sheets before the wee hours of the morning. Pixabay Although staying up late and sleeping in have been associated with laziness for generations, a […] More

  • A Look Inside The Secret Coca-Cola Archives, Jam-Packed With Decades Of Soda History

    For decades, Coca-Cola has held the top spot in the beverage industry. The brand has aligned itself with iconic artists, entertainers, and even fictional characters throughout the years, only adding to the sense of infamy which has followed the soda giant from its beginnings. Wanna learn more about the pop culture-defining company? Read on for […] More

  • You Can See The First Blue Moon Eclipse In 150 Years REAL Soon

    For the first time in over 150 years, a full lunar eclipse will occur on January 31st, marking the first eclipse of the new year. The second full moon of the month, also known as a blue moon, will fall behind the Earth and into its umbra, or shadow. For the moon to fall into the […] More