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Humans routinely break the sound barrier in supersonic aircraft. Could everyone's favorite hedgehog do it, too?
The blog Retraction Watch released an online database of more than 18,000 papers and conference materials that have been retracted since the 1970s.
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Although spending time upside down can be good for overall health, doing so eventually can be fatal under the right conditions.
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A robo-falcon, a smog-scrubbing bicycle and head transplants all make appearances in this week's roundup of HowStuffWorks podcasts and articles.
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Humans are nature's best throwers, and new research suggest this has to do with practice â and some complex internal math.
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