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Here’s a Test for Introversion You Can Do When You’re Home, Being Introverted
Grab yourself a lemon and a cotton swab and let’s do some somewhat questionable science.
Karl Lagerfeld Won’t Offer Himself Up to Science
He says researchers have approached him about testing his DNA.
This Makeup Company Is Quietly Growing Skin
L’Oréal has been testing out its products on home-grown skin.
Scott Walker’s High-School Science Teacher Scolds Him for Evolution Dodge
He could have manned up a bit.”
John Galliano Traded His Finery for a Margiela Lab Coat
Adapting to the house style.
I Don’t Want to Hear About Your Diet
Spare me the details.
Robot Plays Catch, Kind of Juggles, Promptly Freaks Us Out
We don’t like this.
Women Twice As Likely As Men to Use Emoticons
Eating Bugs and Drinking Urine Could Save the Earth
The answer is still no.
Meet a Robot Made From a Cup O’ Noodles
From soup to bots.
Coldplay Fans Are Prudes
Says a study. A “study.”
Psychedelic Drugs — More Mind-Starving Than Mind-Expanding
Magic mushrooms cut off blood supply to your brain.
Would You Believe That Slackers Are Less Stressed Than Type-A’s?
Science tackles the hard questions.
What Separates Us From Chimps?
Reasons Not to Fall Into a Black Hole in Outer Space
There’s no way of telling anyone about the light at the end of tunnel.”
Instead of Humans Contracting Gonorrhea, Gonorrhea Has Contracted (a Bit of) Humanity
Man bites dog.
So a Japanese Scientist Wants to Resurrect the Woolly Mammoth
Does no one remember what happened in ‘Ice Age 2: The Meltdown’?
There Is a Mysterious Green Blob in Outer Space — And It’s Alive
It’s lonely, you guys.
Scientist Figures Out What Makes Women Happy: Oxytocin
His methodology may have been a little off.
Did Life on Earth Start With a Zombie Virus From Outer Space?
Necropanspermia explains it all.
Scientists’ Live Whale-Song Network Borrows Plot of
Star Trek IV
’Star Trek’ is to scientists what ‘Minority Report’ is to techies.
The Test for Self-awareness in Animals Might Not Be Sensitive Enough
Macaques demonstrate their self-awareness by touching their genitals in a mirror.
Large Hadron Collider Has an Exotic-Matter Fetish
Sparticles, diquarks, and leptoquarks! We don’t even know what they are, but we’re excited!
Celine Dion Still Very Popular
Blame the Baby Boomers.
Missing Link Found, Evolution Continues Apace
Or that’s what scientists are claiming, and now they’re likening themselves to pop stars.
Not only is sushi a threat, but you can black out from sandwiches, too!