The skin might be your body's biggest organ, but that's not all there is to it.
Are your ears and nose getting bigger, or is it just an illusion?
If you think you sneeze because it is your body's way of getting rid of mucus you'd be right... but only partially.
Our lungs might be fine in that short a time frame, but the rest of the planet? Not so much.
You've heard of people who can light up any room they walk into? Well, these guys literally do that!
Your heart can, in fact, go on without you.
Would you want to create a better version of yourself?
Our solid core has given us life as we know it. But what if Earth was hollow?
Did you know camels used to hang out in the Arctic?
For nearly 10 years, the Belize Barrier Reef was an endangered UNESCO World Heritage site. In June 2018 it was finally taken off that list. #Awesome
This beautifully deadly creature is called a Mantis Shrimp, and despite its small size, it will take on any opponent that threatens its livelihood...
Are cubic planets possible? Could humans live on a cubic world? How would our climate change? How would gravity be affected? Could we stand it?
Watch out for loose superbugs.
To infinity, and beyond.
Would it be good or bad news?
Octopuses have been around for nearly 300 million years, yet some scientists still believe that they came from outer space.
How well do you really know your body if it changes every 10 years?
They say you are what you eat, but do you remember eating half the periodic table?
Despite looking like something out of science fiction, the Star-Nosed Mole's weird snout actually plays a vital role in its survival.
Do you get a weird, tingly sensation when hearing certain noises? Here's why.
What would really happen if you went into space without a suit?
This galactic collision might be more impactful than you think.
They say birds of a feather flock together. Here and now, it's jut a common expression. But in an alternate universe, it might be a strange reality...
Are you one of those people who hate these little crawling things? Or maybe these ones with stingers creep you out more?
Some 13.8 billion years ago, a very hot, small and dense singularity expanded into what we now call the Universe. It hasn't stopped growing since...
What if human history ended today?
Imagine how fast we could exchange information if we could just transmit our thoughts directly to another brain.
People on Earth talk a lot about colonizing Mars. But What If it had already happened and the first humans had already settled down on the Red Planet?
What if you took your school assignment to the next level and decided to collect physical samples of as many elements as possible?
Are you ready for the sun to die?