A YouTuber sets up a system where the swimming patterns of his fish let them “play” Pokemon online. What could possibly go wrong?
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Editors at The BMJ are lousy at predicting the citation performance of research papers. Or are they?
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An amusing, if apocryphal, response from the Smithsonian offers a glimpse at the sorts of pre-internet humor scientists would share through their networks.
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Significant breakthroughs in jargon have enabled the development of the hyper encabulator, sure to serve all your encabulation needs.
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It’s that time of year again, the 2022 Ig Nobel Prizes have been announced.
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The BYU Library’s latest humorous promotional video is out, and (if we do say so ourselves) it’s an instant classic.
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