The eye chart with the big "E" on top is called a Snellen Chart.
Sharks are often billed as merciless man eaters. Yet, they kill—on average—less than one person every two years in the U.S.
Even if you're a landlubber who hasn't even set foot on a paddleboat, you most likely sprinkle your everyday conversation with nautical-inspired phrases.
Some of the priciest movie props ever on the market.
The images on your postcards might get a little faded over time, but unless you attended Hogwarts, they generally don't change. The real life inspiration is not so inert.
If you couldn’t tell from the exclamation point in the title, we’re really excited to be partnering with Barnes and Noble on a page-to-screen trivia show this weekend.
When scientists use these words, they typically mean something completely different than what they do when non-scientists use them.
There is a version of this story that is very short and goes something like this: Here is a real thing that exists, now go tell all your friends about it.
On Fridays, we ask a bunch of unrelated questions. Your answers help get us through the afternoon. Answer one, answer all, or ask your own question. On to this week's topics...
Researchers found something unexpected when they combined the data on all the words together.