The dot of the letter "i" is called a tittle.
NASA’s Kepler spacecraft has identified 54 planets that are close enough to their stars so that conditions for life are possible.
YES! You can play this challenge/contest without knowing a thing about the weekly hunt! It’s sort of a one-off – a stand-alone if you will.
With the addition of Splash Mountain and recent revamp of Space Mountain at the Magic Kingdom, not to mention other parks’ thrill rides like Tower of Terror and Expedition Everest, I think Big Thunder
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In the two decades since the release of The Go
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Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are happy to bring you the next How Did You Know?
Okay, internet. We get it: every time Carl Sagan says “terraqueous globe,” nerds like me shed a tear.
Playing video games is usually a solitary pursuit. You wear what you like as long as you’re comfortable.
It’s Think Thursday here at the mental_floss Brain Game, and time for another Really, Really Bad Rebus. Decipher the following rebus to find the title of a popular film from the last few years.
Ten-year-old Maria Aragon sang Lady Gaga’s new song and got 12 million YouTube views in one week.
Some of you might recall Ethan’s awesome Slogans of Cheap Beers quiz, posted some moons ago.
Tonight, a special treat for fans of Isaac Asimov: a TV pilot he created two years before his death.
Welcome to part two of “my brain went on vacation three days ago even though my plane doesn’t leave until tomorrow.” (Here’s part one from yesterday). Today we’re visiting the Jungle Cruise.