The weirdest things we learned this week: killer surgeons and mysterious floating feet

What’s the weirdest thing you learned this week? Well, whatever it is, we assure you’ll have an even weirder response if you listen to PopSci’s hit podcast. The Weirdest... Read more »

I built a smell machine to protect dogs

↑ Jennifer Day, biologist at the University of Washington at Seattle Each year, poachers traffic countless lots of prohibited wildlife items through the world’s greatest ports. Detector dogs like... Read more »

What is a super blood wolf moon?

This post has actually been upgraded, since you still appreciate the moons. Blue moons, strawberry moons, supermoons. For some factor your news aggregation algorithm of option believes you actually... Read more »

The 2018 hurricane season was full of extremes. Here’s what we expect in 2019.

Hurricane season is over at long last– a prolonged one for both the Atlantic and Pacific areas. The Atlantic saw 2 historical cyclones make landfall in the United States,... Read more »

Polygraph tests don’t work as lie detectors and they never have

The polygraph, historian Ken Adler composed, has actually long been dealt with as “America’s mechanical conscience.” People rely on the device in times of crisis, requiring clearness from the... Read more »