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Animatronic King Kong Returns to Universal Orlando

Michele Debczak

The new 'King Kong' attraction is a throwback to the original ride.

Spend the Night in a Massive 'Lightning Field' in the New Mexico Desert

Caitlin Schneider

Since its completion in 1977, the Land Art sculpture has only entertained six guests at a time.

15 Writers Who Were Also Medical Doctors

Judith B Herman

Doctors are notorious for their illegible writing (ask any pharmacist), but these medicos gained more fame for their readable writing than for their skill with a scalpel.

Turn Your Truck Into a Drive-In Theater With These Mobile Screens

Anna Green

A new company called Hitch Theaters wants to make your next road trip a more cinematic experience.

Exercise May Reduce Risk of 13 Types of Cancer

Andrew LaSane

Researchers analyzed physical activity data provided by more than 1 million people.

5 Questions: Famous Frogs

Pass rate:75 %
Backwards navigation:Forbidden

Giant Bookshelf Is Fitted to Play Tetris With LED Lights

Rebecca OConnell

Because all video games need a big screen.

12 Easy Meals You Could Assemble in an Office Break Room

Rebecca Pahle

That microwave can do more than burn popcorn.

Breakfast Is Gaining Popularity in the U.S.

Michele Debczak

More than ever, people are feasting on the most important meal of the day.

Morning Cup of Links: Creepy Email Trackers

Miss Cellania

A big round of links to get your day going!

These Lizards Play a Mating Version of Rock-Paper-Scissors

Alvin Ward

Orange beats blue, yellow beats orange, and blue beats yellow—and it's been that way for 15 million years.

Play This Shakespeare-Inspired Card Game at Your Next Soiree

Kirstin Fawcett

We think the Bard would approve.

14 Totally Free Things on the Internet Everyone Should Take Advantage of

Don't miss out on these highlights from the interwebs.

Intelligent Robot Boats Could Be Deployed to Inspect Bridges

Shaunacy Ferro

Autonomous boats would be more efficient underwater inspectors than human divers.

Unlike Ants, Urban Bees May Prefer a Natural Diet

Kate Horowitz

Researchers found that even in the presence of spilled soda, city-dwelling honeybees opted for flower nectar.