THE KNOWLEDGE FEED

WWI Centennial

The Ultimatum Plan

WWI Centennial

The Ultimatum Plan

Brain Game

Math Square #223

Brain Game

Math Square #223

Animal Friendships

Animal Friendships

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Brain Game: Math Square #224

Sandy Wood

8 Foods on the Actual Paleo Diet

Brian Switek

What did our Ice Age ancestors eat?

How Does One Actually Read Tea Leaves?

Nick Greene

WWI Centennial: “A Leap In The Dark”

Erik Sass

The First World War was an unprecedented catastrophe that shaped our modern world. Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened.

WATCH THIS: "Going Deep With David Rees"

Chris Higgins

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Wax (But Were Afraid to Ask)

Kate Horowitz

What do sperm whales, lipstick, and gummy bears have in common?

The 12 Biggest Electrical Blackouts In History

Roger Cormier

An anniversary of the New York City blackout reminds us of previous power failures.

Inside the "Game of Thrones" Season 4 Effects

Chris Higgins

Weekend Links: Are You Smarter Than a 4-Year-Old?

Roma Panganiban

Q&A: Andy Serkis On Performance Capture and Playing Apes

Jennifer M Wood

The world’s smartest ape is one of Hollywood’s most engaging filmmakers

Stanley Kubrick's Unfinished Films

Chris Higgins

Weekend Links: Buy an Entire Village

Roma Panganiban

See Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd in the Unreleased 1984 Movie 'Nothing Lasts Forever'

Erin McCarthy

In 1984, Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd starred in a sci-fi flick that had nothing to do with ghosts or giant marshmallow men: Nothing Lasts Forever

Is Smelling Farts Good for You?

The Week

All right.

11 Movie Soundtracks by a Single Artist

Sean Hutchinson

Whether it’s a large orchestral score or the hushed strumming of a lone guitar, the music in a film is an essential part of the whole.

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