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Your Earliest Memory Is Probably A Work Of Fiction, Science Says

Your Earliest Memory Is Probably A Work Of Fiction, Science Says

Some 40 percent of people's "first memory" happened at an age when it wasn't possible to create memories.
Here’s How To Prevent Jet Lag, According To Science

Here’s How To Prevent Jet Lag, According To Science

It sounds a little intense, but if it cures jet lag, it just might be worth it.
Forget Lions And Tigers, Your Housecat Is The Deadliest Feline On Earth

Forget Lions And Tigers, Your Housecat Is The Deadliest Feline On Earth

Why Your Cat Brings You The Animals It Kills If you own a cat that spends a lot of time outdoors, you’ve probably awoken one morning to find that it’s left a little “present” on your doorstep in the form of a dead mouse or bird. The best explanation for...
The Coconut Crab Kills Birds And Breaks Bones – And May Have Eaten Amelia Earhart

The Coconut Crab Kills Birds And Breaks Bones – And May Have Eaten Amelia Earhart

The coconut crab isn’t just scary-looking – these things really can tear you apart. Its claws are powerful enough to rip open a coconut, it can climb trees, and it may just be the animal that devoured Amelia Earhart.
He Died 5,300 Years Ago — And Now We Know His Last Meal

He Died 5,300 Years Ago — And Now We Know His Last Meal

He's the oldest preserved human ever found, and now scientists have extracted the food from his stomach.
This Medieval Warrior Had His Hand Amputated, Then Replaced It With A Prosthetic Knife

This Medieval Warrior Had His Hand Amputated, Then Replaced It With A Prosthetic Knife

Archaeologists have uncovered the skeleton of a warrior in northern Italy from the 6th century who after having his hand amputated, used a knife as a prosthetic hand.
Woman Blew Nose So Hard She Fractured Her Face

Woman Blew Nose So Hard She Fractured Her Face

A woman experienced intense pain, lost vision, and fractured her eye-socket simply by blowing her nose at work.
We Didn’t All Evolve From One Population Of Early Humans, Bold New Research Claims

We Didn’t All Evolve From One Population Of Early Humans, Bold New Research Claims

"We've arrived at a place where we can begin to address some key questions about our shared ancestry and even emerge with new questions we haven't known to ask before."
Why Some Wounded Civil War Soldiers Actually Glowed In The Dark – And Lived Because Of It

Why Some Wounded Civil War Soldiers Actually Glowed In The Dark – And Lived Because Of It

"Angel's Glow" was a phenomenon of the Civil War in which soldiers' wounds seemed to glow in the dark. It took 139 years to figure out why.
These Central American Monkeys Have Officially Entered The Stone Age [VIDEO]

These Central American Monkeys Have Officially Entered The Stone Age [VIDEO]

They're using stone tools to smash open fruits and nuts regularly, in more than 80 percent of observations.
Havelock Ellis: The Man Who Dared To Write About Homosexuality, Masturbation, And Drugs In Victorian England

Havelock Ellis: The Man Who Dared To Write About Homosexuality, Masturbation, And Drugs In Victorian England

Meet Havelock Ellis, the man who wrote the first English medical textbook on homosexuality — all the way back in 1897.