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THE IGNOBEL PRIZE WINNERS ARE HERE! | The Scicurious Brain. What rewards: Failed Doomsday Predictions, Beer-Loving Beetles, Effects of a Full Bladder on Decision-Making, The “Theory of Structured Procrastination”, and the Wasabi Fire Alarm?

THE IGNOBEL PRIZE WINNERS ARE HERE! | The Scicurious Brain

Why, the IgNobel prizes do! The prizes that make you laugh, and then make you think. And then, maybe, become really useful. Tracking nanotech. Bone is one of nature’s surprising “building materials.”

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Pound-for-pound it’s stronger than steel, tough yet resilient. Scientists and the important role citrate plays, work that may help science better understand and treat or prevent bone diseases such as osteoporosis. Using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, U.S. Jaquelynn invites you to ShoeDazzle | Style. Personalized. 1000 Awesome Things | A time-ticking countdown of 1000 awesome things. Sokoblovsky Farms - Russia's Finest Purveyors of Miniature Lap Giraffes.

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About the ADHD in me. Improbable Research. For a laugh. Baby owls are adorable. That is all. Left Handed. Excellent Procrastination. Quotes for Everything. Selected from Michael Moncur's Collection of Quotations - April 16, 2014 If the world should blow itself up, the last audible voice would be that of an expert saying it can't be done.

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Peter Ustinov (1921 - 2004) Eccentricity is not, as dull people would have us believe, a form of madness. Google Demo Slam. The Likability Of Angry Birds [Infographic] Skepchick. Right-handers can be made to think like lefties - life - 26 March 2011. WHETHER right or left-handed, people associate "good" with their dominant side.

Right-handers can be made to think like lefties - life - 26 March 2011

But if that displeases you, it can be changed. A team led by Daniel Casasanto at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, showed 13 people who had had strokes a cartoon character in between two squares, and told them that it "loves zebras and thinks they are good, but hates pandas and thinks they are bad". They then asked them which square the character would put each animal in. All 13 people had once been right-handed, but eight had lost control of their right sides. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.