Look at this animal. ... What do you see? Or more importantly, what don't you see?
Here's something you should know about yourself. Vowels control your brain.
He? She? It? Whoever it is, the Phantom Sculptor is suddenly back!
They don't have towels. So when they get wet, what do they do? They shake themselves into a frenzy and the water flies off like this:
A post from Robert's excellent Krulwich Wonders blog.
One night, somewhere, they won't say where, but I'm guessing it was a Manhattan loft with a big kitchen, a food anarchist named Mike Lee got 40 people to perform a daring experiment in food camouflage.
Little kids love dinosaurs, bugs and exploring the woods. Science doesn't scare them; they find it fun — until 9th grade. That's when most of us take our first biology class and everything changes. That's when we learn, not because we choose to, but because we know it might be on The Test, and too often, curiosity gets replaced by fear.