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A wired-up cat and a sudden sneeze yield a comic moment.
NASA just created the fidget spinner video to end all fidget spinner videos.
Seymour the squirrel has his paws full with a coconut that is sure to give his incisors a workout.
The technique requires a lot of patience, but the results should be spectacular.
I disagree with about half of what she says, but I think her perspective is interesting.
'Teddy Bear' the porcupine isn't as articulate as some squirrels, but he sure makes the effort.
This has been one of the most active Atlantic hurricane seasons ever. Here's a look at how NOAA's Hurricane Hunters gather data.
If looks could kill.
17-year-old David Hahn had a passion for science. What no one knew was that he was building a breeder reactor in his backyard.
Asuka Kamimura is the Usain Bolt of office calculations. None of this footage is sped up, believe it or not.
With Thanksgiving fast approaching (Oct. 9 in Canada, Nov. 23 in the U.S.), it's time to dust off this blooper classic.
It doesn't go particularly well.
Two fashionistas use science (sort of) to determine if a scene in 'Jurassic World' is actually possible.
Once the reporter notices the similarity, things escalate to full cackle.
Dr. Robert Lustig, one of the more profound thinkers in the field of medicine today, describes what ails us.
In Bergen, Norway, a crowd attending a bike race found a squirrel's acrobatics almost as entertaining as the main event.
A look into the properties of mechanically stabilized earth. This is for a certain gargoyle with a background in civil engineering.
As a young squirrel, I always thought it was nice of Rocky to wave at me while breaking the sound barrier.
This may be the most interesting bit of trivia you learn today.
Someone throw this puppy a squid.
A guitar maker has created an instrument specifically for horror movie soundtracks.
Not only is Leona Chin a world-class motorsport athlete, she's also a good actress. I love this girl.
From 2012 to 2014, GEICO's spokespig somehow made auto insurance entertaining. He also liked to cry "Wee wee wee!" all the way home.
The article was featured here on IAB back in February. To their credit, most IAB'ers thought it was bullshit.
Prepare to have your heart strings tugged.