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  • Two Simple Probability Misconceptions

    Use these two tricks to exploit the odds of your friends understanding probability.

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  • Your Body Is Designed to Attack a New Organ, Now We Know Why

    Scientists think they've found the molecular basis for organ transplant rejection. Now that we know its cause, could we prevent its effect?

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  • Sex Can Be Complicated... For Snails With Backward Organs

    Snails with situs inversus, the asymmetrical mirroring of parts inside the body, are extremely unlucky when it comes to sex.

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  • Volcanic Whispers Are Helping Scientists Predict Eruptions

    Scientists are using seismic noise interferometry to predict volcanic eruptions. Can these "volcanic whispers" help prevent future ruin?

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  • The Paper Propeller That Anyone Can Make

    Make a scene with this simple toy

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  • Scientists Are Corrupting Their Own Experiments, Here's How

    The Observer Effect states that the very act of observation changes what we observe. If this is true, are their findings accurate?

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  • Card Stacks Reveal the Last-Standing Cohort

    Shuffled deck, randomly chosen stacks reveal the last hidden card. So simple and effective, it'll fool yourself.

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  • Stretchy Batteries Are Coming... Here's How They Work

    Researchers have developed a way to make a battery and its casing stretchy, enabling future advancements in wearable electronics.

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  • The Hunt for Patient Zero Is Important But Almost Impossible

    Finding the source of a disease outbreak requires intensive detective work from health experts. But is finding Patient Zero even possible?

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  • This Trick Melts Metal and Minds

    Daniel Garcia is a master of telekinesis in this mind and metal bending trick.

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