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    National Geographic Sent ‘Crystal Healing’ Water Bottles To Science Writers

    There’s no question that crystals are pretty. But the aesthetic visual pleasure is where it stops for most crystals. All too often we’ve seen “celebrity health experts” like Gwyneth Paltrow promote crystals and other forms of dangerous pseudoscience. Paltrow’s brand, Goop, has promoted products such as jade eggs (read: polished rocks) to place in your […] More

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    How To Trap A Cat In Just 3 Simple Steps

    We all know that cats are attracted to boxes, but what about circles? Thankfully, the internet is conducting a highly scientific experiment regarding the behavioral psychology of cats, and many feline scientists have thoroughly tested their hypotheses. There are several reasons why cats love boxes, but the big one is safety and security, says Marilyn […] More

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    A Weirder-Than-Usual Tardigrade Just Turned Up in a Parking Lot

    A newfound species of tardigrade, or “water bear,” with tendril-festooned eggs has been discovered in the parking lot of an apartment building in Japan. The newfound tardigrade, Macrobiotus shonaicus, is the 168th species of this sturdy micro-animal ever discovered in Japan. Tardigrades are famous for their toughness: They can survive in extreme cold (down to minus 328 degrees […] More

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    The Secret History of the First Cat in Space

    On October 18th, 1963, the Centre national d’études in France was set to send a small cat named Félix into space. After lagging behind its Soviet and American competitors, France was eager to stake its claim in the space race—with cats, for some reason. But on launch day, the mischievous little beast went missing—and an […] More

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