Why do people confess to crimes they didn’t commit? A dozen people in New York state alone have been exonerated by DNA evidence after they confessed to murder. (via Metafilter)
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Here's how time works. Measurable time and perceived time is quite different, as you always suspected. (via Cosmic Variance)
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Canadian artist Tom Thomson's death in 1917 remains Canada's greatest mystery. But there is some new information in the case, thanks to CSI-style forensic analysis. (via Nag on the Lake)
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Pavlov’s Dog Game. If you remember your Psych 101 class on classical conditioning, you can make the dog drool on command.
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Twin baby bunnies sitting in paper cups. Sweeter than any soda you could have put in them.
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Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake perform the history of rap. Take my word for it, this is better than you would expect.
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Animal Prosthetics: A Leg Up on a Bad Break. Most of these cases are filed under "research", but a replacement limb makes a big difference in the quality of life for that particular critter.