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Chemistry

  1. Everybody Panic! Capitalism Is Killing You With Toxic Receipt Paper! Is Nothing Sacred!?

    Et tu, Filene?

    That's it. Bolt your doors. Board up your windows. Huddle alone in the dark and for Chrissakes, don't touch anything. Everything is trying to kill you. Everything. Even the receipt paper from that donut you just bought. Even huddling alone in the dark, because you'll probably starve if you don't ruin the whole thing by going outside or moving or something. Life carries a significant risk of death.

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  2. The American Chemical Society Explains The Delicious Science Behind Pizza’s Mouthfeel

    See you guys later. I need to do some "research."

    I have it on good authority that pizza is made from Chris Evans kisses and God’s daydreams, but the American Chemical Society has another (slightly more credible) explanation. 

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  3. There’s Chemistry in Why Your Toothpaste Sucks All the Joy out of Delicious Food

    Gee thanks, chemistry.

    At least trading in your sense of taste has an important function like... creating bubbles. Making your food and drink taste awful is just another helpful way toothpaste assures you that it's working.

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  4. Live Out Your Aquaman Fantasies With a New Compound That Filters Oxygen From Water

    This is an important advancement in mermaid science.

    There's a new compound that will let us breathe under water and in space! Well, really we already had a chemical compound that lets us breathe in those places. That would be O2, diatomic oxygen or oxygen gas, which we shove into pressurized canisters and lug into space or anywhere else that we need breathable air. But now, scientists have found another chemical compound that filters, stores, and releases high volumes of oxygen and is much less dangerous than potentially explosive tanks—probably.

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  5. 7-Year-Old Girl Visits Her Favorite Chemists in This Adorable Video

    We should all love chemistry as much as this girl loves chemistry.

    Adele Rouse got to live out every child's dream: she flew to England to visit her favorite chemists. (That's a thing all children want to do, right?) In this video Rouse visits some of the chemists behind Periodic Videos, an incredible YouTube channel that demonstrates some really incredible chemistry with humor and crazy hair.

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  6. Chemistry Makes Sex Better, and This Video Explains How

    It's business chemistry time.

    Chemistry has made life in these modern times a lot better, and that includes sex lives in these modern times. The latest video from The American Chemical Society series Reactions breaks down four ways in which chemistry has made its way between the sheets.

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  7. Stephanie Kwolek, Pioneering Chemist, Has Passed Away At 90

    Thank you, madame. You made the world a safer place.

    Fox News is reporting that Stephanie Kwolek, the chemist who invented the durable fiber used in Kevlar Body Armor, has passed away at 90 of an unknown illness.

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  8. An Important Reminder: Everything Is Chemicals

    Someone gave my wife a “Chemical Free Weed Killer” recipe. I made some corrections. pic.twitter.com/xUvLBa7J6o — Glen Tickle (@glentickle) June 12, 2014 A recipe for “non-chemical weed killer” is making its way around the Internet and real world. It even made its way to my refrigerator somehow. Being the science-minded person I am, I fixed […]

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  9. Are You Alone In the Universe? This Animated Short Doesn’t Think So [VIDEO]

    Consider the Following

    Munich design collective KurzGesagt has a lot of super-deep questions they'd like to ask you about life, the universe, and everything. But don't panic: they also have a lot of answers for you, as evidenced by this gorgeously rendered animated short about the biology, chemistry, astronomy, and philosophy that directly go into making you the complex life form you are. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  10. Chemistry Joke Could Keep High School Student From Walking at Graduation

    It wasn't even a good chemistry joke.

    Soon-to-be high school graduate Paris Gray tried to slip a chemistry joke into her school's yearbook, and it could cost her the chance to walk at graduation. I hate to say it, but as Geekosystem's resident weird old dad, I think maybe it should.

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