Sea otters hold hands when they sleep so they don't drift apart.
My wife and I were fighting over the remote the other night—literally fighting—when it flew out of our grips and went sailing across the room, nearly destroying a ceramic baby ratt
No, we're not advocating one party over another -- we just thought this "children's" book was particularly hilarious.
Yes, this is a family website. Yes, it's well before 5 p.m., at least in this time zone.
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Yesterday I told you about the MITÂ non-Newtonian fluidÂ known as cookie dough; today's MITnNf is spider silk, which the university is trying to manufacture in the lab.Â Â
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Some people call it Election Day; I call it Christmas.
Last week, in ourÂ first "Show Off Your Smarts!" challenge, you guys came up with some great movie facts. And I'm expecting even more this week.
Most of the countries on Reporters Without Borders' annual "enemies of the internet" blacklist -- China, Saudi Arabia, North Korea, Cuba -- are nations that have long been identified as
"Don't worry," I often assure people whose face my dog is licking. "A dog's mouth is cleaner than a
We'll say it again: we love two-headed animals. We also love it when art and science work together.
For those of you who can't play band music and turn pages at the same time, meet your solution: the Hammacher Schlemmer Hands-Free Sheet Music Library and Page Turner.
I was milling about the Museum of Unusual Transport when I stumbled into a page full of crazy three-wheelers. Check 'em out!
a) the Police Bondage Tricycle-- If you were watching "COPS!
I know this has been floating around the Interweb for a few months, which means we're a little late with it, but quit your whining and let the Complaints Choir of Helsinki show you how it's
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