Featured by Marissa Shieh
On the evolution of sneaker tech, from 1933 on
These shoes are made for running.
Something in our brain is making these spirals look like they are moving
Snakes on a plane.
Vinyl cyanide found on Titan—aliens, have at it
The compound might be suitable for cell membranes.
Does drinking hot liquids on a hot day actually cool you off?
Yes, technically, but not nearly enough.
When you watch the eclipse, keep an eye out for diamonds in the sky
It’s from a ray of sunshine peeking through a lunar valley.
You actually can buy happiness—by buying time
Having someone come clean your bathroom? $40. Having more time? Priceless.
Is it possible to sneeze while you are sleeping?
We might be too deep in our slumber to do so.
Sniffing insulin might help people eat less
No junk food is safe.
A heartless sea creature could help us figure out why humans can’t regenerate limbs
Starlet sea anemones are great at rebranding.