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Science Explains: Godzilla’s Pee

As this article explains:

In a recent post on the Deep Sea News blog, Dr. Craig McClain (otherwise known as Dr. M) addressed the biological implications of Godzilla's increasing size over the years, including just how much waste such a monster would produce.

So now we know that.

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One Shot

One Perfect Shot finds that one moment that perfectly captures the essence of a film.

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John Green is Buzzing

I called Buzzfeed out a few days ago for making no sense in some of their posts. But now they’ve produced this nice piece on author, Nerdfighter, and mental_floss YouTube star John Green. Well done.

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Cut It Out

Neuroscientists predict that movies of the future will contain no cutting between shots. They just don’t know yet how that will look.

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Wow, Science Is On A Roll

First Godzilla’s BMs, now they also figured out how many lies Pinocchio could tell before his neck snapped. How terribly morbid.

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Why You Can’t Unsee

Exploring the reason why your brain can’t see certain things, and then can’t not see certain things

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Understanding the East

If you struggle to understand what is happening and has happened in the Middle East, these 40 maps will help.

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Incredible Teamwork From Little Clownfish
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Incredible Teamwork From Little Clownfish. An entire family works together to build a new nest for the next generation.

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10 People Who Survived the Impossible. When their lives were at stake, they rose to the occasion.

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An Illustrated Look at the Terlingua Chili Cook-Off. In Texas, where chili cook-offs are practically everyday events, this one is the biggie, and it comes with a ton of history.

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Meet the Actor Behind the New Star Wars Character. Kelly Marie Tran spent years going to auditions, then in 2015, her life changed forever.

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The Hidden Science and Tech of the Byzantine Empire. The successor to the Roman Empire was responsible for breakthroughs in math, engineering, astronomy, and other sciences.

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Why the Movies Are So Obsessed With Capes. It's how a costume can add to the drama.

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The Origin Story of the Peace Sign. It was a call for nuclear disarmament almost 60 years ago.

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10 Ancient Textiles That Will Blow Your Mind. If only we could get our jeans and socks to last so long.

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Prescribing Booze During Prohibition
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The Lucrative Business of Prescribing Booze During Prohibition. Medicinal liquor was a legal loophole that everyone wanted to use.

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Russell Johnson: More Than "The Professor." The Gilligan's Island star was once a staple of Western movies and TV.

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How Nick Offerman Is Using Woodworking to Help Americans in Need. Would Works is a nonprofit organization that pays homeless people for helping in a woodworking shop.

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Mangilaluk’s Highway. The story of an Inuit boy who ran away from residential school illustrates the problems of an entire region.

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How I Trained My Cats. Chef Jun Yoshizuki explains how his cats can behave so well while he cooks for his YouTube videos.

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The Underrated Charm of Ice Fishing. Looking at vintage photographs of the pastime is quite charming, as long as we can stay warm inside while we do it.

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12 Terrible Pieces of Advice for Pregnant Women. When in doubt, ask your doctor.

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