Kirstin Fawcett

Watch a Former NASA Engineer Turn Sand Into Liquid—Then Take a Dip
Marathon Running Won't Undo Poor Lifestyle Choices, Study Suggests
Prehistoric Women Were Stronger Than Some of Today's Elite Female Athletes
The Brooklyn Public Library is Now Home to a Tiny Mollusk Museum
Finnish Food Company Launches The World's First Insect-Based Bread
8 Animals That Have Been Imprisoned or Arrested
A Slice Above the Rest? Pizza Could Earn UNESCO World Heritage Status
How Hand Sanitizer Works (And Why It Isn't a Substitute for Soap)
The Most Common "Why Do" Questions People Are Asking In Your State, According to Google
20 Years Later, James Cameron Is Using Physics to Defend Jack's Death in Titanic
The Clever Adaptations That Helped Some Animals Become Gigantic
This Holiday Season, Think Twice Before Tasting the Cookie Dough
Purchase a Piece of Pawnee, Indiana, at this Parks and Recreation-Themed Auction
More Details Emerge About 'Oumuamua, Earth's First-Recorded Interstellar Visitor
Kentucky City Lets Residents Pay Parking Tickets With Canned Goods
Beyond Board Shorts: The Rich History of Hawaii's Surf Culture
Learn to Spot the Sneaky Psychological Tricks Restaurants Use
China's New Tianjin Binhai Library is Breathtaking—and Full of Fake Books
Scientists Create Three Puppy Clones of 'Snuppy,' the World's First Cloned Dog
Hate Waiting at Baggage Claim? Here's How to Make Sure Your Suitcase Arrives First
Take a Sneak Peek at the Brooklyn Museum's Upcoming David Bowie Exhibition
For Sale: More Than 150 Items of Victorian Mourning Art, Clothing, and Jewelry
To Encourage Responsible Trash Disposal, a Startup in Nigeria Pays People for their Waste
Australians Vote to Name New Sydney Harbor Boat 'Ferry McFerryface'
The Queen's Racing Pigeons Are in Danger, Due to an Increase in Peregrine Falcons
Archaeologists Find Traces of What Could Be the Oldest Wine in the World
The Origin Stories of 25 of Your Favorite Fast Food Chains
Hole Punch History: 131 Years Ago Today, a German Inventor Patented the Essential Office Product
Rare 2000-Year-Old Sundial Sheds New Light on Ancient Roman Politics
Found: A Rare Map of Australia, Created During the 17th Century
Which Rooms In Your Home Have the Most Types of Bugs, According to Entomologists 
Bill Gates is Spending $100 Million to Find a Cure for Alzheimer's
America's Favorite Reality Shows, By State
A New Exhibit Celebrates New York City's Public Art Legacy
This Ceramic 'Smart' Mug Is Designed to Always Keep Your Beverage at the Perfect Temperature
Can Animals Experience Grief?
The Most Popular Thanksgiving Foods in All 50 States, Mapped
Microsoft and LinkedIn Launch New Feature to Help Job Seekers Tailor Their Resumes
New York City's Gregory Hotel Unveils a Stranger Things-Themed Room
Conservators Discover Grasshopper Embedded in van Gogh Painting
Help NASA Name the Farthest Object We've Ever Tried to Reach in Space
Why 'Good Luck Charms' Seem to Work, According to Science
Found: A Long-Lost Copy of John Donne's Fart-Filled Satire
A New Analysis of Chopin's Heart Reveals the Cause of His Death
The Logic of Time Travel Can Get Pretty Trippy
How to Safeguard Your Home From Annual Asian Beetle Invasions
Don't Buy Ancient Artifacts You See Online—Most Are Looted or Fake
Glitter, Glamour, and Graveyards: Meet the Members of New Zealand's Original 'Coffin Club'
Why Do We Call People Blamed for Things 'Scapegoats'?
Metal Salvagers Are Destroying World War II Shipwrecks in Asia


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