J.K. Rowling invented Quidditch in a pub.
The yeast-extract spread contains ions and water, which makes it a good conductor of electricity.
Composer Max Richter has written an eight-hour lullaby called "Sleep," which will be enjoyed from beds during its debut performance.
The fact that it was marketed as orange/tangerine-flavored, yet was fluorescent green in color, isn’t even the strangest thing about it.
Take a peek behind the curtain.
Differentiating the most indefinable and mysterious things in our entire universe.
Researchers say they've discovered one of the oldest Koranic texts in the world.
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Incorporate your favorite television characters into your building sessions.
This isn't the first time the search engine has switched things up.
Japan is the home of the world’s most high-tech toilets, and soon to be the home of the world’s most high-tech toilet museum
Sweden's Dagen Högertrafik ("H Day"): "Right-hand traffic diversion day."
Polaroid's new digital camera can print out your photos immediately—without any ink.
Physical address books are one of those remnants of the pre-computer age that are probably not long for this world, so it only makes sense that they’ve become the subject of an archival exhibit.
None of that endless backing up and pulling forward.