Obsessive nose picking is called rhinotillexomania.
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As I type this, there are at least two nuclear reactors in serious danger of meltdown in Japan. I think they are already in partial meltdown.
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Welcome to the Monday Math Square, a puzzle designed to get your noggin in gear to start the week.
The biggest earthquake ever in Japan was also the most scientifically documented.
Another victory against the machines!
In recent months, NASA has lamented the lack of minority students interested in majoring in science and engineering fields and has now partnered with the United Negro College Fund in order to encourag
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Coming to Light: A Brief History of Bioluminescence
When ancient humans saw mysterious blinking lights over field and stream, they sometimes attributed the light to dragons, gods or demons.
On May 25, 1986, over 5 million Americans linked hands to make a 4,125-mile human chain that stretched from New York City to Long Beach. They weren’t just big hand holding enthusiasts, though.
The specter of an extended work stoppage means we don’t know exactly when we’ll get to watch pro football again.
If you're fully entrenched in NCAA March Madness, branch out a little bit and test your NBA knowledge in an attempt to stump this 6 Degrees of Separation game.
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov wrote the tune "Flight of the Bumblebee" for his opera The Tale of Tsar Saltan in 1899.
In 1997, Fred Rogers was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Emmys.