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  1. Scientists Are Trying to Detect Parallel Universes With CERN’s Large Hadron Collider

    Doctor Who "Doomsday": 1. Actual doomsday: 0.

    The CERN Large Hadron Collider is gearing up for a new round of experiments, and things could get interesting this time with mini black holes and the discovery of parallel universes. We anxiously await the announcement of their discovery from Bad Wolf Bay.

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  2. Celebrate Emmy Noether’s Birthday With A Brief History Of Her EXTREME MATH RADNESS

    See this BAMF right here? Do you see her and her amazing fashionable bowtie? This is Emmy Noether, and you better remember that name because she is the most kick-ass mathematician ever and YOU ARE WELCOME.

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  3. NOOOPE: Here’s A Terrifying Crocodile Relative Known As The “Carolina Butcher”

    D: :D

    No. Nope. Nuh-uh.

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  4. The Mary Sue Interview: Biologist, Science Vlogger, and GE Creator-in-Residence Sally Le Page

    If you're not familiar with Sally Le Page yet, you're in for a treat. The host of "Shed Science," a YouTube series that looks at animals' sex lives (and other fascinating elements of the natural world!) in an accessible and informative manner, Le Page is now sharing her talents with a whole new audience in her role as General Electric's Creator-in-Residence.

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  5. BrainCraft Looks at Four Lesser-Known Scientific Discoveries (and the Rad Ladies that Made Them!)

    *Bill Nye voice:* NOW YOU KNOW!

    Go forth and wow everyone with your knowledge of achievements made by women in psychology, neuroscience, and biology!

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  6. This Is An Awesome Opera/Dance Piece Filmed Inside CERN’s Large Hadron Collider

    You need some Deep Thought for this one.

    When you think of CERN's Large Hadron Collider you probably think of science, not opera or dancers in hardhats. But filmmaker and media artist Ruben Van Leer's Symmetry might change all that.

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  7. Walls in Germany Pee Back on Public Urinators With the Most Hilarious Use of Superhydrophobic Coating

    It's peeback time.

    In seriously the best use of superhydrophobic materials yet, the "Community of Interest" of St. Pauli in Hamburg, Germany got pissed off that their walls were getting pissed on. So, they sprayed some of the most frequently, er... sprayed locations with a coating to bounce urine back and perfectly peenalize those who dare disobey the warning signs.

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  8. What Kind of Music Does Your Cat Like? Science Tackles the Tough Questions

    Chamber Meowsic? Contempurrary? The screams of lesser beings as their souls descend to hell?

    Of all the cat-queries I'd like science to answer (how have I earned their eternal contempt, for starters), "what kind of tunes do cats like to jam out to?" seems like kind of a low-priority question. Maybe that's why I'm being shunned?

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  9. Brian Jacques’ Spirit Lives on, Here is a Weasel Riding a Woodpecker

    On our way to steal your badger treasure.

    Obviously this is more of a Garry Kilworth situation, but something about that weasel just screams Ferahgo the Assassin to me. If I squint I swear I can make out a tiny mace and chain.

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  10. Bill Nye Talks Existence & Superheroes, Generally Gets Existential While Fixing A Fridge

    The moral of this video for me: I just really want to invite Bill Nye over for a lazy Sunday of discussing existence.

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