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Our brains have two ways of thinking and making decisions: fast and slow.
Arctic foxes have a few special talents that help them sneak up on unseen prey and pounce.
Dogs' barks say a lot about how they're feeling.
It's a sensation of light that isn't caused by real light. And don't worry, it's totally normal.
Aliens might want to contact us for the same reasons we are looking for them.
If you are a sci-fi junkie you've probably wondered what would happen if you were unlucky enough to fall into a black hole. How well you'd fare all depends on the type of black hole.
Join The Conversation as we answer children's questions on the rainforest.
When planes fly from east to west, they are flying against a river of air called a jet stream. These air currents can make your flight longer or shorter, depending on which way you are going.
Our bodies heal in some amazing ways. Scabs can be an important part of the healing process after we get a cut or a graze.
Who is writing history affects how it is written.
Rather than breathing in and out through the mouth, fish use a one-way system, passing water in one direction over their gills.
Grammar isn't a way to bully people for making mistakes, says a longtime English instructor. It is a way to understand how our language operates, in all its many written and spoken varieties.
It's all to do with the light from the Sun and a blanket of air wrapped around Earth called the 'atmosphere'.
Technology can give superhero abilities to people in real life.
Different animals have different ways of showing they're happy. Their behaviours aren't as straightforward as you might think.
The mystery of how the brain creates consciousness still puzzles scientists, but the mechanics of waking up are starting to be understood.
There are 15 different kinds of electrical outlets around the world. One standard would be more convenient, but no one wants to change theirs.
All the fluids in our bodies have a little bit of salt in them.
Mermaids are not real, but are meaningful to people around the world.