Featured by Nicole Wetsman
What actually happens when you pull a muscle?
To prevent injury, make sure to stretch.
Turn any magazine into a flashlight with this optical illusion
Batteries not required.
What animal do you see in this image of a nebula?
It's a classic example of pareidolia.
Your brain won’t let you see all 12 dots in this image
Our entire visual field is not made the same.
These skulls look purple and orange. They are both red.
The pigments morph because of the Munker-White illusion.
This timeline shows just how insignificant humans are
If history’s an ocean, humanity is a raindrop.
These strawberries aren’t red. Here’s why your brain is sure they are.
Color constancy is playing tricks on you.
How humans can echolocate like bats
And how it changes the brain in the process.
We have no idea how dangerous football really is
Is there a scientific case for banning the sport?
High school concussion laws exist in every state, but getting them on the field is a challenge
Changing the culture around sports and removing some of the tough-it-out attitudes takes time.