A new study on single people shows results that are the opposite of what you've heard lately. Men are more willing to commit than women are, to the point of settling for someone they're not in love with.
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Australian pancake chef Andy Wrobel got 60 pancakes to stay on top of each other long enough to measure. Yep, the stack tall enough to set a new world record.
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Georgia Tech has developed the Tongue Drive System, in which a stud in the tongue acts as a mouse against a pad attached to the roof of one's mouth. The device gives unprecedented control to paralyzed computer users.
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The Fort Steuben Bridge connecting Ohio and West Virginia was decommissioned in just seconds on Tuesday. Luckily, its final performance was caught on high-speed video so we can see it go out in a blaze of glory.
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Jeremy Lin will not be invited to play for the U.S. Olympic basketball team in 2012. China would put him on their team, but want him to renounce his U.S. citizenship to do so.
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The highlight of this year's Academy Awards presentation show has been leaked: Sacha Baron Cohen plans to show up dressed as his character in The Dictator.
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Allie Brosh's "Clean All the Things" comic panel took on a life of its own as a meme. Now artist Sam Spratt has made a terrifyingly hyperrealistic version, and shows us how he did it.
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On the Implausibility of the Death Star's Trash Compactor. Real space stations recycle, and would never bother powering two moving walls. (Thanks, Bicycle Bill!)
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Before you buy a Tesla electric car, be aware that when the battery runs completely down, you can't charge it, fix it, or use the warranty to replace it. And that battery costs $40,000.
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Affirmative Action is on trial now before the Supreme Court. The conservative court could render a narrow decision affecting one university, or could end the practice nationwide.
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8 Things You Might Not Know About Iceland. Like, it's not as icy as Greenland.