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Brain Rubik’s Cube

So freakin’ cool. Although… I can’t even solve a real one – much less one that isn’t visually as obvious. -via Neatorama-

Have I dominated you yet? This is why I walk around staring at people – World Domination. For the study, participants watched a computer screen while a series of colored ovals appeared. Below each oval were blue, green, and red dots; they were supposed to look away from the oval to the dot with the…

Just in case you’re looking for something to write on your course evaluations. Or perhaps you are the instructor and you hope you don’t get something like this (especially if you are young!) Via Texts From Last Night: I had to do a class evaluation today & the girl beside me didn’t fill in any…

-via toothpaste for dinner-

So cool I’m shivering…

-Via Eurekalert- Los Angeles, CA (December 7, 2010) Most people feel chills and shivers in response to music that thrills them, but some people feel these chills often and others feel them hardly at all. People who are particularly open to new experiences are most likely to have chills in response to music, according to…

Just be warned – there’s a teensy (tinsy, teensie?) weensy bit of crude language. See more funny videos and funny pictures at CollegeHumor.

Proving Santa Claus is real

I now believe. -Via Surviving the World- (I really wish I could have just presented the first image and sent you there for the rest – but I’m too lazy to do image editing…)

Wow… just wow. -via The Spoiler-

Or is it a ‘Holiday’ miracle now? Anyway… Finally, Congress passes a piece of legislation that citizens on both the right and left side of the political spectrum can get behind. Late yesterday, Congress approved the CALM (Commercial Advertising Loudness Mitigation) Act, which “requires TV advertisers to ensure their ads don’t play at a volume…

Interesting… More recent research has revealed that chimpanzees and even dogs can catch yawns from those around them, including from humans, but little is known about why we yawn and why it appears to be so infectious. Psychologists at the University of Stirling, however, have now discovered that infants and young children are not prone…