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Can chewing gum boost brain performance? Find out in the gum-snapping episode based around the iconic scene from "They Live." R.I.P. Roddy Pipper. :(

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Sadly, 1980’s “Caddyshack” paints a slightly unrealistic picture of proper fecal incident cleanup at the local swimming pool. Explore the science of shocking the poop out of the water in this Stuff to Blow Your Mind video.

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The surrealistic nightmares of 15th-century painter Hieronymus Bosch continue to resonate with us. But do these scenes of Heaven and Hell emerge purely from the artist’s imagination and culture, or did he have a little help from a psychedelic friend?

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Believe it or not, concerned parents, pastors and advocacy groups believed the “Dungeons and Dragons” roleplaying game was a gateway to madness, occult violence and suicide. Let’s explore why…
 
A little DUNE science for your DUNE fans.
The unnatural world of monsters contains many a nefarious shapeshifter, but few invoke such mystery as the Bene Tleilax face dancers from Frank Herbert’s “Dune” universe. To refresh, these creatures reside in a very curious interstellar civilization. After the rejection…Read more ›
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Please join us for the very last episode of Science on the Web. That's right, the series is dead, but we enjoy one last romp with SEX PARASITES.

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Imagine waking to a terrifying delusion: Your body is made of glass and the slightest bump or fall will shatter your body into a thousand lifeless shards. Just why does this psychiatric delusion pop up in medieval Europe -- and does it persist today? Find out…

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Everyone loves a good cat video, but can viewing cat videos boosts energy and positive emotions? Explore the science of cat video healing.

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Giant movie spiders are always blasting out incredibly strong webbing, but it rarely matches the strength and engineering perfection of actual spider silk. Explore just how our arachnid friends produce the stuff, and what makes it so strong.

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The Emergency Alert System is a powerful tool to alert citizens of a number of dangers -- from the threat of war to natural disasters. But it's a work in progress. Find out how a forgetful operator and zombie enthusiasts exploited its weaknesses.
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Join Robert, Joe and Christian as they gauge the limits of scientific understanding, crack wise about technology and stare deep into the transhuman future.
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Prepare for a trip down the rabbit hole as Robert Lamb, Joe McCormick and Christian Sager lead you on a scientific journey to the very limits of human understanding. “Stuff to Blow Your Mind” examines neurological quandaries, cosmic mysteries, evolutionary marvels and the technological underpinnings of our transhuman future.

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