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Is There a Way Men Can Dance Better to Be More Attractive to Women? – Science Says Yes! [Video]

Guys, as you are well aware, if you asked your wife or girlfriend about your dancing skills, you know what she would say, right? The answer would start with something like, "Weeellll, here's the thing about your dancing

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Billions of Other Earths Exist, So What About Other Lifeforms?

When I was a kid, I often looked up at the stars and wondered about life that might exist on other worlds out in space. When I became a teacher in an elementary school and taught science, I would have at least one student (usually several) every year that would ask me if I thought there was other life in space

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Tony Hawk and Christopher Lloyd Reveal the Hoverboard Video Was A Prank [VIDEO]

We all knew it was too good to be true, but we wanted to believe!

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Could This NASA Image Be the Hand of God?

Science is often used as an excuse not to believe in a higher power, but some say a recent X-ray photo generated by a NASA could be the “Hand of God.”

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Research Grants Available for Indiana High School Students

Indiana high school students interested in developing their own brand of mad science may now be able to have their research funded by the state.

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College Professor Sets Off Ping-Pong Ball Explosion

Dr. Roy Lowry wanted to demonstrate a few basic principles of science, notably the behavior of liquid nitrogen under pressure. But how to get that across in a way that even the least scientifically curious student would think of as awesome.

Easy: Just add ping-pong balls!

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Science Confirms That Itching Is Contagious

Scientists have confirmed that viewing somebody itch makes a person more likely to itch themselves.

Researchers at Wake Forest University had 25 volunteers watch a five minute video of a person either scratching their arm or sitting idly. As the videos played, the volunteers who were viewing the images of scratching were twice as likely to start scratching, as well. (Admit it: You totally want to scratch your arm as you're reading this.)

Our impulse to mimic the itching of others may have evolved as a way to prevent parasitic infestations from jumping from person to person, suggest the researchers.

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