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Great Moments in Science

Dead fish can swim

Why you should always read back copies of the Journal of Fluid Mechanics.

Great Moments in Science

Fast food and your brain

Are you aware of all the crafty tricks fast food retailers use to keep you coming back for more?


National Geographic Kids

Why Is It Dark at Night?

Night and dark with Dr Karl… When there is no moon at night, the sky is dark – apart from the light of the stars (let’s ignore the planets). There are thousands of billions of billions of stars, and together they give out a lot of starlight. So why doesn’t the night sky glow as […]

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Emotional chords, hungover libido, forced smiles

Does forcing a smile really make you happier? Why do certain notes or chords have emotional responses? Is urine good for helping lemon trees grow?