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Grab a Spoon and Take Our Cereal Quiz!

Jason English

6 Weird Theories on Early Human Intelligence

M Asher Cantrell

Through thousands of years of knowledge and learning, we’ve developed extremely advanced intelligence as a species, especially when compared to other animals. But what made us so unique?

The Cell Phone Turns 40

The Week

On April 3, 1973, a Motorola employee named Martin Cooper strolled out onto New York's Sixth Avenue with an oddly-shaped plastic brick in his hand.

The Missing Links: Welcome to Jurassic Park

Colin Patrick

The Quarter Backs Quiz

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Sandy and Kara originally posted this quiz in 2007. It's been taken more than two million times, from middle schools to nursing homes, making it by far our most popular trivia challenge. If you're not one of the 2+ million, it's time to test your knowledge of spare change and state iconography.

13 Fun and Impressive Pieces of Doctor Who Fan Art

Jill Harness

In honor of the longest running sci-fi series in history, let’s take a look at some of the fantastic creations made by the show’s worldwide legion of fans.

Music History #22: "Song of Bernadette"

Bill DeMain

One of the great overlooked albums of the 1980s, Famous Blue Raincoat by Jennifer Warnes features the singer covering the songs of Leonard Cohen.

AOL Fixes Everything in 1995

Chris Higgins

Retrobituaries: Chuck Jones, animator of Looney Tunes

David W Brown

Here are a few things you might not have known about the man behind Bugs Bunny.

7 Jurassic Park Dinosaurs: Then and Now

Mark Mancini

Over the last two decades, some truly astonishing new discoveries have been made, spanning just about every conceivable topic in the biology, behavior, and evolution of the dinosaurs featured in Juras

Bates Motel, Episode 3: "What's Wrong with Norman?"

Stacy Conradt

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s official: The Norman Bates we all know and love (?) has arrived.

Could Cockroaches Really Survive a Nuclear War?

Roma Panganiban

Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice; still others say in a nuclear apocalypse that will annihilate humanity while leaving cockroaches intact.

Book From 1445 Shows Cats Have Always Been a Handful

Matt Soniak

For cat owners, this picture is nothing shocking. A little fuzzball was someplace they weren’t supposed to be and went and messed things up? Really? That never happens!

14 Words That Are Their Own Opposites

Judith B Herman

You're about to stumble into the looking-glass world of “contronyms”—words that are their own antonyms.

5 Questions: Eat Your Breakfast

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