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Mathematician Shows How to Make Any Shape From a Single Cut

Caitlin Schneider

A piece of paper, a pair of scissors, and a question in a pub inspired this mathematician to have fun with a theorem.

The Answers to 10 Tricky Job Interview Questions

Michele Debczak

How many piano tuners are there in the city of Chicago?

Indian Classical Musicians Release ‘Harry Potter’ Tribute

Anna Green

"Ah, music. A magic beyond all we do here!" - Albus Dumbledore

Take Perfect Dog Selfies With This Genius Smartphone Attachment

Andrew LaSane

A simple device that tricks your dog into sitting still for a photo.

Artist Makes Sculptures Out of Old Watch Parts

Alvin Ward

5 Countries That Existed For Less Than a Year

Paul Anthony Jones

'A' for effort?

16 Surprisingly Fast Facts About Snails

Shaunacy Ferro

They're all over mythology, and might provide the medical adhesives of the future.

You Can Now Purchase Items With a Piece of Jewelry

Kirstin Fawcett

Kerv is a ring that lets you keep your wallet on hand at all times.

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11 Delightful Words From Washington Irving’s Autumn Stories

Jared Spears

Try spicing your fall with a few of these rustic charmers, drawn from the pages of Washington Irving.

You Can See China's Fish Farms From Space

Shaunacy Ferro

This photo of China’s aquaculture was snapped by an astronaut on the International Space Station.

9 Real-Life Locations That May Hold the Truth About King Arthur

Here are a few sites around the modern United Kingdom that might offer some insight into the truth behind some Arthurian tales.

Feeling Adventurous? Try This Ant-And-Termite Hot Sauce

Kirstin Fawcett

The condiment is called “kumache,” and it’s served in Venezuela's Gran Sabana region.

Wizards Rejoice! You Can Have Christmas Dinner at Hogwarts

Rebecca OConnell

Ever want to enjoy a meal at the Great Hall at Hogwarts? Now you can, but at a price.

Scientists Discovered the First 'Glowing' Sea Turtle

Michele Debczak

The hawksbill sea turtle is the first biofluorescent reptile ever caught on tape.

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