How Apollo 11's Crew Reacted to Lunar Conspiracy Theories. People called the moon landing a hoax as far back as 1969, and there are more skeptics now than ever.

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Clearing Up Some Myths About Victorian Post-Mortem Photographs. If they don't look dead, that's because they aren't.

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How Charlie Brown Destroyed Aluminum Christmas Trees. The metal trees were all the rage before the Peanuts character bought an ugly pine.

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The Martians Claim Canada. Margaret Atwood wrote a short story about a mushroom who explains the concept of "countries" to aliens from outer space.

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Google Has Figured Out a Way to Detect When Strangers Are Sneaking a Peek at Your Phone. Because privacy threats are not limited to hackers.

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This Cat And Dog Love Traveling Together, and Their Pictures Are Absolutely Epic. Henry and Baloo love each other as much as they love the great outdoors.

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The Case for Federal Universities. For a tuition-free education, starting a new system would be easier than changing what we have now.

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6 Rules for Touching Humans, Based on Science. The guidelines go way beyond good touch and bad touch.