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Derek Abbott talks about how trustworthy a majority decision is, and how a unanimous decision probably can't be...
Kill the next two hours with this animation of the Titanic's infamous demise in real time.
Not so long ago, zero was less than the nothing we give it credit for today.
Philosopher and saint Thomas Aquinas helped to reconcile reason and religion, something we could learn from today.
Those claiming to protect you are far more threatening than those claiming to harm you.
Andreea Calude chimes in on the war of words with some insight on today's written and spoken grammar.
A lesson on security, both physical and digital, from the man himself CGP Grey.
The US and Cuba are almost friends again. Vox explains how we got here and why.
How Adult Swim replaced MTV and became a common cultural theme for a generation.
MinutePhysics explains why modern jet-powered airliners have engines that are be almost 12 feet tall.
Three numbers can determine your chances of getting housing, employment, or loans — and sometimes it's completely wrong.
Tim Urban gives some insight into the joy of putting things off.
The Slow Mo Guys demonstrate the duality of the flame thrower — beauty and destruction.
ADHD could be the next step on the evolutionary ladder, and not a learning disability.
A hydraulic press shows no mercy to a LEGO man as it flattens him like a pancake.