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From a Russian art museum to 10 Downing Street, cats are hard at work, keeping mice at bay.
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High fives can be used as a rad greeting or a sick burn, and they can even help you keep from getting sick.
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A numbers station is a shortwave radio station characterized by broadcasts of formatted numbers, which are believed to be addressed to intelligence officers operating in foreign countries.
Hidden in plain sight . . . Or perhaps hidden in plain sound? Several radio stations broadcast synthesized voices reading number strings in...Show More
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The 2011 holiday season was almost ruined by a butter shortage in Norway. It was so serious people smuggled the spreadable staple in across the border to avoid tariffs.
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They may seem fake, but they are very real.
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What's the deal with "Best By" and "Sell By" dates? Will taking old medicine hurt you? All of that and more, as Stephen and Myke explore the rather non-specific world of expiration dates.
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Rock Paper Scissors is an ancient way of solving problems and owning your friends.
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Every four years, a flame is lit in Greece and travels the world, lighting the way to the Olympic games.