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Strange Space Firsts

February 15, 2018

Neil Armstrong was the first person to step foot on the moon, and Russian dog Laika was the first animal in space. Big deal. First Cat in Space Seeking to catch up with the American and Soviet Union’s ambitious space programs, France sent the firs...

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Can Dogs Smell Emotions

Can Dogs Smell Emotion?

January 25, 2018

Dogs’ noses are wondrous things. Their acute sense of smell enables them to be trained to detect bombs and drugs, and find earthquake survivors. But it also makes them fine-tuned to human emotions, strengthening the bond between dog and owner and h...

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Weird Stuff You Didn’t Know About Babies

December 12, 2017

Babies: Cute little bundles of joy…or bizarre creatures from another planet? Bones An adult human has exactly 206 bones. Babies, however, have as many as 300. When they’re born, a lot of what will eventually harden and fuse into solid bones are ...

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Real, Rare, and Amazing Conditions

November 9, 2017

If you could have a superpower, what would it be? Flight? Super-strength? An imperviousness to cholesterol? Tetrachromatism A condition called tetrachromatism enables a person to see more of the color spectrum than the rest of us. Those with it can ...

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Beverly Clock

Still Going!

June 21, 2017

For centuries, inventors have been pursuing the concept of a perpetual motion machine—a device that generates its own power and, like the Energizer Bunny on TV commercials, keeps “going, and going, and going…” Here are two real-life objects t...

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