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The Chuck E. Cheese/ShowBiz Pizza Robot Wars

Anna Green

Before Chuck E. Cheese was officially a mouse, he was a rat. And the backstabbing around him was epic.

What Did I Just Watch? Sea Star Attacks Explained

Kate Horowitz

They look so mellow, but they're pretty ruthless hunters.

10 Ridged Facts About Acrocanthosaurus

Mark Mancini

This intimidating predator would look great on the big screen. Ahem, Steven Spielberg...

Communicate With Others Through a Thought-Controlled Robot

Sonia Weiser

Watch a Swirling Vortex on the Texas-Oklahoma Border

Caitlin Schneider

Record-breaking rainfall has caused historic water levels in Lake Texoma, so authorities have decided to drain it, causing swirling whirlpool that looks like something out of a movie.

Who Invented Deep Dish Pizza?

Rebecca OConnell

"It's an enigma, wrapped in a pie crust. Every day, it feels a little more lost to history," -Jeff Ruby, co-author of Everybody Loves Pizza.

6 Famous Jingles by Barry Manilow

Stacy Conradt

Even if you're not a Fanilow, you've almost certainly gotten some of Barry Manilow's handiwork stuck in your head.

Realtime Photo Gallery Lets You Keep Up With This Week's Northern Lights

Caitlin Schneider

Massive solar storms caused a rare Northern Lights show that could be seen as far south as Texas.

Britain is Getting a Grilled Cheese Subscription Service

Hayley Harding

British grilled cheese lovers rejoice: Soon, you may need to go no further than your mailbox for a delicious sandwich.

Everything Pizza: 17 of Earth’s Most Delicious Pies

Rachel Semigran

From Philly to South Korea, these are the best pizza pies in the world. (One includes reindeer as a topping...yum?)

Watch How Baby Name Popularity Changes Over Time

Hannah Keyser

The Spotless History of the Kamenoko Tawashi Scrubber

Foster Kamer the mag

What Is the Right Way to Make a Martini?

Clair McLafferty

The dry Martini probably entered history around 1900 with a 2:1 gin to vermouth ratio. By 1930, the ratio was closer to 5:1.

Scientists Find Awesome Fluorescent Corals in the Red Sea

Shaunacy Ferro

The colorful fluorescent animals show that deep sea coral comes in a wider array of colors than previously thought.

The Missing Links: The Tech World Reacts to Legalized Gay Marriage

Colin Patrick