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A study in Britain finds that human skulls have grown significantly larger in the last 650 years.
Unfortunately, there is no direct correlation between brain size and intelligence.
John Kanzius discovered that salt water when bombarded with radio waves burns. You can learn more and see salt water burn in this video(You Tube).
Sept 4, 1888, photo film on a roll camera (Kodak) patented by George Eastman.
Best title for a science article, ever! All about efforts to track asteroids, comets and other outer space stuff that might hit the Earth, and to deflect or destroy it before it does.
Researchers were able to take a single teaspoon of water from a city's sewage plant, and test it to see what drugs, legal and illegal, people were using. The tests cannot identify individual people -- it merely measures the level of certain drugs in the city's waste water.
Brazillian and American anti-drug agents used advanced voice recognition software to identify a drug kingpin who had had his face disguised by plastic surgery.
A study in Norway shows that an adult moose emits about as much greenhouse gas in a year as a car. Cows are even worse.
A subjective listing, no doubt, but interesting nevertheless.