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Why Don’t Bats Get Disoriented By Each Other's Sonar?

Mark Mancini

William Jones: The First Math Teacher to Use Pi

Roma Panganiban

Eighteenth-century mathematician William Jones had a problem with pi—namely, it didn’t exist yet.

11 Beautiful and Creative SXSW Film Posters

Erin McCarthy

These 11 film posters from the 2013 SXSW Film Festival creatively and beautifully capture the essence of their films—and would look great on anyone’s wall.

The Late Movies: Fan-Made Movie Trailers

Caisey Robertson

World War I Centennial: Austria-Hungary and Russia Stand Down

Erik Sass

11 More Weird & Wonderful Wikipedia Lists

Chris Higgins

11 Musicians Who Had Hits with Two Bands

Royce Wilmot

11 Characters Played by Different Actors

Kara Kovalchik

Having more than one actor portray the same character happens more often than you’d think on many popular TV series.

The Missing Links: Movies That Really Speak To You

Colin Patrick

11 Writers Who Really Loved Cats

Sean Hutchinson

Writers are sometimes stern and cold at heart, and other times, they just need a friend.

11 Tasty Geek Pizzas

Jill Harness

Elevensanity continues! Next up on our lists of 11 for the 11th, we'll whet your appetite with a lunchtime list.

SXSW: Everything You Need to Know about Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing

Erin McCarthy

Most filmmakers would opt for a vacation after wrapping a big budget blockbuster, but not Joss Whedon.

11 Classic Nicknames and The People Who Hated Them

Jason Plautz

We've all been given a nickname we weren't too fond of. These public figures can relate.

11 Crazy Bigfoot Conspiracy Theories

Mark Mancini

Sasquatch sightings have been reported in every state but Hawaii over the course of several centuries.

Brain Game: Math Square #161

Sandy Wood