Male seahorses carry the eggs and birth the babies.
Still Mad After All These Years
Everyone’s favorite juvenile satire rag is 60 years old.
Duke University researchers perfect the illusion of invisibility using a new light-bending
I wander around and take pictures of things, like the turkeys invading my neighbor's yard. Then I find fun facts to go with the photos and upload them to Instagram.
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Way back on March 26, 2001, Sesame Street aired an episode explaining that a hurricane was moving up the eastern seaboard, headed for Sesame Street.
The ruins of San Francisco's City Hall after the 1906 earthquake and fire.
Here's a brand new Monday Math Square challenge for today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game.
Yesterday would have been Kurt Vonnegut's 90th birthday.
Today the U.S. Army is celebrating its 240th birthday.
Was Le Cochon Danseur (The Dancing Pig) the first meme? If you haven't seen it, you really must.
In this brief tech demo, Nigel Ackland shows off his new prosthetic hand, the bebionic v3.
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We've got a great big Wreck-It Ralph giveaway happening tonight on Twitter.
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As a Disney geek and former Nintendo addict, I was fired up for Wreck-It Ralph when I heard about it at the D23 Convention last year.
In this live story from The Moth, Malcolm Gladwell explains how he ruined his friendship with his college friend Craig.