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- Apple iPhone 5 Liveblog: Mind-Controlled Cat Ears Edition
- Video: Harvard's Robotic Tentacle Can Lift a Flower Without Crushing It
- The Next Generation of Cocaine-Smuggling Drug Submarines
- Science Confirms the Obvious: Literature is Good for Your Brain
And don't forget to check out our other favorite stories of the week:
- How Engineers Can Help Prevent Water Wars
- Video: Big Dog Is Back
- Fearless Dominance: Just One of Many Traits U.S. Presidents Share With Psychopaths
- The Labs That Go Boom: The Shock Compression Laboratory Smashes Planets
- Russia is Building the World's Largest Nuclear-Powered Icebreaker
- FYI: Why Are Teenagers So Dangerous on the Road?
- Is Homeopathy Really As Implausible As It Sounds?
- New Monkey Discovered, Looks Like Man In Monkey Suit
- Here's What's Interesting About the Nintendo Wii U
- 20 Facts About the iPhone 5
- Inside the World's First Manmade Batcave Built For Wild Bats
- Archive Gallery: Diabolical Death Rays from the Pages of Popular Science
- The Most Amazing Images of the Week, September 10-14, 2012
Apoca-Risk, I think you have the wrong site. This is POPsci. Scifi.com links to the Science Fiction channel on most cable tv providers. No worries it is an easy mistake. And I totally agree, the SciFi channel is REALLY biased. I mean, they really expect me to believe in a sharktopus!? Common!