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  • What is a Seeker?

    "To be aware of the possibility of the search is to be onto something. Not to be onto something is to be in despair." - Walker Percy

    Shots of Awe

  • Why You Shouldn't Make Decisions When You're Hungry

    Researchers have found that being hungry can trigger impulsive behavior, how is this evolutionarily advantageous?

    DNews

  • The Spectral Cork Chain

    Brian, breaker of chains, father of beer, brings a seemingly impossible illusion to the table.

    Scam School Remix

  • The Pleasure of Keeping Clothes On

    Strangely, eroticism doesn't necessarily increase the more clothes you take off.

    The School of Life

  • How Early Civilizations Created Monsters From Dinosaur Bones

    The term monster gets thrown around a lot but what does it take to be a monster really? What were some of the first "monsters" man found?

    DNews Plus

  • Could You Survive 2.5 Million Years Ago?

    We often take things like medicine and science for granted. Would you be able to survive on the Earth millions of years ago?

    Life Noggin

  • What Does Running A Marathon Do To Your Body?

    All exercise is good exercise, right? Maybe not. Researchers have found that running in excess could actually be bad for you.

    DNews

  • Watch NASA's Gemini Ejection Seats Fire in Slow Motion

    No astronauts ever used the Gemini ejection seats, but tests show what it would have looked like.

    Vintage Space

  • Are Your Parents To Blame For Your Bad Acne?

    Recent studies have shown that several types of acne are genetic. But if it's influenced by genes, can there actually be cures for acne?

    DNews

  • Why Do We Still Test Cosmetics on Animals?

    Cosmetic companies need to test that their products are safe before selling them to consumers, but is animal testing the best way?

    DNews