Bunsen burners at the ready.
It’s time for a gruesome lesson.
They might be the powerhouse of the cell, but what do they do?
Tell us and we’ll do our best to make that dream come true.
Are you the friendly gut kind? Or a more deadly one?
Make bitter coffee taste better and check whether eggs are rotten without cracking them open. Thanks to the American Chemical Society’s “Reactions” video series for most of these tips.
“Space car for the red world.” Randall Munroe’s new book, Thing Explainer, will be released on November 24.
Before there were hot takes there was “Hot Mail”. Quotes from The Rough Guide to the Internet by Angus Kennedy, published in 1996.
Were you paying attention in class? All questions taken from AQA and Edexcel GCSE past papers.
Don’t bitch about your colleagues, but do joke around in meetings.
Please, keep complaining about the workload at your 9-to-5 job. I’ll just be over here reformatting my thesis for the hundredth time.
It’s way creepier than you’d expect.
Hicimos las preguntas científicas que no te atrevías a preguntar, y ahora las respondemos. Hoy: erecciones mañaneras, eyaculación femenina, y el “pene cautivo”.
Fine, but don’t say I didn’t warn you.
“Can u not” – this caterpillar, probably.
“I felt as if my brain was in an atom smasher reading this book.”
We asked for the science questions you didn’t want your name attached to, and now we’re answering them. This time: morning wood, squirting, and “penis captivus”.
It’s full of stars. Happy birthday Hubble!
I think my heart just lagged. Inspired by this Quora thread.