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Grave Sightings: Amelia Earhart

Stacy Conradt

It’s been nearly 80 years since Amelia Earhart and her Lockheed Electra disappeared from the face of the earth in 1937, but she remains one of America’s favorite missing persons.

How Music Boxes Work

Chris Higgins

Brain Game: Bordering on Insanity

Sandy Wood

Weekend Links: Food Fight!

Roma Panganiban

Brain Game: Dig It

Sandy Wood

An Adorable Bookcase Assembly

Chris Higgins

8 Totally Strange Amusement Parks From Around the World

Jill Harness

These parks might not be the happiest places on earth, they just might be some of the weirdest.

Kids Eat Vegemite, Adorably Freak Out

Erin McCarthy

10 Chilly Facts About Cryolophosaurus

Mark Mancini

Dinosaurs once inhabited every continent and today, we’ll be strapping on our snowshoes to take a closer look at Antarctica’s dashiest species: Cryolophosaurus ellioti.

The Missing Links: What Ren & Stimpy Changed

Colin Patrick

An Interactive Map of Photos of Earth Tweeted by Astronauts

Erin McCarthy

Astronauts up on the International Space Station are very busy performing space walks, running science experiments—and snapping photos of Earth that they then post on Twitter.

The Beetle That Doubles as a Mass Transit System

Matt Soniak

In the tropical forests of Central and South America, a fantastic looking beetle begins its life in the drabbest of places.

Sailor Jerry® Celebrates Today’s Visionaries And Invites You To Live Life Outside The Lines [Sponsored]

Friday Happy Hour: What's the Most Extravagant Lie You've Ever Told?

Rebecca OConnell

Why is North Always Up on Maps?

the mag Mark Mancini