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Science Addresses The Problem Of Pee Splashback
Brigham Young University's Splash Lab looks into the dynamics of the male urine stream.
The Pain Of Torture Lasts Forever
A study of Israeli veterans of the 1973 Yom Kippur War finds that torture permanently alters a person's perception of pain.
During Sandy, Flickr Uploads Mirrored Atmospheric Pressure
The photo-sharing service could be a way to track whether people are paying attention to a storm.
Sewer Sensors Detect Homemade Bombs As They’re Being Made
Picking up on bomb ingredients after they've been flushed down the drain.
Fruit Flies Boost STI Immunity Before Sex
This "immune anticipation" may be fairly common, researchers say.
How Racist Is Online Dating?
A new study says OkCupid users are often willing to respond to messages from potential lovers outside their own race, and once they do, they're more likely to initiate interracial...
Watch An Adorable Animated Exploration Of The Microbiome
So. Many. Bacteria.
Countdown Begins For India’s Mars Orbiter
If all goes as planned tomorrow, India will be the fourth country to reach Mars.
Big Pic: An Overactive Russian Volcano Covers Kamchatka In Ash
In Russia's Far East, one of the world's most active volcanoes creates a striking scene.
Blindfolded People Can Still “See” Their Own Limbs
If you wave your hand in front of your eyes, you'll think you can see it moving…even with an impermeable blindfold on.