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Why Do We Forget What We’re Doing the Minute We Enter a Room?

Kate Horowitz

Experiencing the Doorway Effect is actually a sign that your brain is in fine working order.

How a 10-Year-Old Helped Ease Cold War Tensions

Stacy Conradt

Samantha Smith, a 10-year-old from Maine, wrote a short letter that had a huge impact.

Sheepdog Travels 240 Miles To Find His Family

Anna Green

A homesick sheepdog in the UK has travelled 240 miles to find his original owners.

You Can Order the Script for 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them'

Rebecca OConnell

... but it won't arrive until after the movie comes out, spoiler seekers.

Japanese Bears are Moving (and Conserving) Cherry Trees with Poop

Kate Horowitz

The trees are migrating up the mountain with help from the bears that eat their fruit.

This Car From Audi Comes With an Electric Longboard in the Bumper

Michele Debczak

And it tells you when to park your car and ride to your destination.

This Chart Shows the Interconnected World of 'Seinfeld'

Michele Debczak

It's a chart about nothing.

8 Tornado Safety Tips

Dennis Mersereau

Historic Papers Documenting the 'Laws of Base Ball' Sell for More Than $3 Million

Kirstin Fawcett

The "Magna Carta of our national pastime" established many of the game's most important rules.

Introducing Garlic That Doesn't Make Your Breath Stink

Michele Debczak

"Kissin' garlic" is date night-friendly.

A Lost Scene from ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Reveals a Pivotal Plot Change

Jennifer M Wood

Why Freddy Krueger chose to pick off Nancy’s pals one finger-knife at a time makes a lot more sense now.

Massive Ferris Wheel With Glass-Bottom Cars Set to Open in Japan

Kirstin Fawcett

The record-breaking Redhorse Osaka Wheel is slated to open this July.

14 Things You Might Not Know About ‘Aliens’

Eric D Snider

In space, no one can hear you scream (not even the second time around).

New Dropbox Feature Puts All Your Files on Your Desktop

Anna Green

Project Infinite will put cloud-stored and locally-stored files right on the desktop.

New Microscope Views and Manipulates Neurons in Live Animals

Jordan Rosenfeld

Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have developed a powerful new microscope that not only can hone in on a small number of neurons in an animal brain, but can manipulate them throug