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What Your Sock Drawer Really Says About Your Personality

What Your Sock Drawer Really Says About Your Personality

YourTango.com  10. 5.2015
No matter what image you present to the world, you may be hiding a dirty secret in your sock drawers.
From Psychopathic Yawns to a Shark's Sixth Sense

From Psychopathic Yawns to a Shark's Sixth Sense

Justin Kitch  10. 2.2015
Last week's Curios covered psychopathic yawning tendencies, hot women at the office, and terrifying news about sharks.
Stephen Hawking: Let's Try To Prove ET Exists, But Let's NOT Make Contact

Stephen Hawking: Let's Try To Prove ET Exists, But Let's NOT Make Contact

Lee Speigel  10. 2.2015
Is Stephen Hawking having trouble settling on whether we should try to make contact with extraterrestrial life? The celebrated physicist...
Men Can Tell If A Woman's Faithful Just By Looking At Her: Study

Men Can Tell If A Woman's Faithful Just By Looking At Her: Study

YourTango.com  09.29.2015
A new study suggests that men have some extra spidey-sense that helps them to identify if a woman is a possible cheater. The majority...
From Unchivalrous Doors to Graffiti Warfare: This Week's Curios

From Unchivalrous Doors to Graffiti Warfare: This Week's Curios

Justin Kitch  09.25.2015
Last week's Curios covered the unchivalrous intention behind revolving doors, Manhattan's war on graffiti, and the time Julius Caesar was...
Want This Robot? Better Not Have Sex With It: Creators

Want This Robot? Better Not Have Sex With It: Creators

Barstool Sports  09.22.2015
The makers of "Pepper," a robot designed to be a personal companion do not want users to get too "personal." Anyone who purchases the robot...
Ig Nobel Awards Flush Out The Year's Weirdest Scientific Studies

Ig Nobel Awards Flush Out The Year's Weirdest Scientific Studies

Associated Press  09.18.2015
BOSTON (AP) — A Cornell University graduate student who allowed honeybees to sting him in 25 places and a group of scientists...
From Crumbling Skyscrapers to Gluten-Free Fradulence: This Week's Curios

From Crumbling Skyscrapers to Gluten-Free Fradulence: This Week's Curios

Justin Kitch  09.18.2015
Last week's Curios covered gluten-free fraudulence, a nearly crumbling Manhattan skyscraper, and the very first space-grown salad.
Asthmatic Otter Learns How To Breathe Easier With Inhaler

Asthmatic Otter Learns How To Breathe Easier With Inhaler

David Moye  09.17.2015
SEATTLE (AP) — The Seattle Aquarium has diagnosed a sea otter with asthma and is training the animal to use an inhaler. KING-TV...
Knobby-Faced Beast Is Earliest Known To Have Walked Upright

Knobby-Faced Beast Is Earliest Known To Have Walked Upright

Jacqueline Howard  09.17.2015
Dogs do it. Cats do it. Pigs, cows, and hippos, too. But a new study suggests that the earliest known animal to have walked upright...
Astronaut To Drink 730 Gallons Of Urine In A Year

Astronaut To Drink 730 Gallons Of Urine In A Year

Newser  09.16.2015
Astronaut Scott Kelly is six months into a year-long stint aboard the International Space Station. The good news: During his 12 months...
From the World's Largest Ball Pit to Target's Crime Lab: This Week's Curios

From the World's Largest Ball Pit to Target's Crime Lab: This Week's Curios

Justin Kitch  09.14.2015
Last month NASA released an animated GIF of the moon passing in front of Earth. It looks like a badly faked video, but the photos are real,...
You Won't Believe The Damage This Little Chunk Of Ice Caused

You Won't Believe The Damage This Little Chunk Of Ice Caused

Associated Press  09.11.2015
MODESTO, Calif. (AP) — A loud crash startled a California family at home Wednesday morning when a chunk of ice the size...
Slobs Rejoice: Science Says You Shouldn't Make Your Bed

Slobs Rejoice: Science Says You Shouldn't Make Your Bed

BroBible  09.10.2015
Hate making your bed?  Science has come to the rescue.  Turns out making your bed makes it easier for pesky mites to infest the...