Weird Science


Unveiling the Secrets of Ancient Engineering — Wonders of the Pre-Modern World

Ancient engineering often doesn’t get the credit it deserves. While today’s technology is undeniably impressive, the structures we’re discussing in today’s article take things to another level. Firstly, they were built to endure—not just for decades, but for thousands of years. Secondly, they were constructed with such limited resources that imagining the process by today’s…
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The Fantastic World of Fantasy Fungi: Exploring Psychedelic Mushrooms and Their Effects

Today, we’re talking about a topic that isn’t too common for us — psychedelic mushrooms! Yup, I know — this wasn’t the type of trip that you expected to read about today. However, we really believe that they deserve a moment of our attention. These fascinating fungi have captured the human imagination for centuries. They…
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The Weirdest Medical Museums That Every Science Nerd Should Visit

If you’re a science nerd with a taste for the bizarre, then medical museums offer a thrilling dive into the strange but fascinating world of medical history. You’ll be able to see the oddest things here – from brain slices, and unusually tall skeletons, to exhibits that chronicle the evolution of medical practices. Medical museums…
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Lost Languages and Linguistic Oddities That Still Have an Impact on the World We Know Today

If there’s one thing that you should know about me it’s that I’m an absolute linguistic nerd. I’m constantly either learning new languages or improving the languages I already know. To me, they are just so much more than just a way of communication. They are a representation of the culture, history, and human experience…
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Time Travel: What We Know and What’s Possible

Time travel—a concept we have all heard of. From fascinating fiction books, and exciting movies, to entertaining TV shows, time travel has captivated our imagination for years. However, the idea of traveling through time is actually centuries old. The Greek tragedy Oedipus Rex, written by Sophocles over 2,500 years ago, was arguably the first time-travel…
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The Weird Early Navigational Techniques that Inspire Our Journeys Today

Long before there was GPS or even maps of the world, explorers still went out into the world to embrace its wonders, and the everyday person still journeyed out and did what they had to do to survive. People got around in creative ways before modern navigational techniques were discovered. From stick charts to reading…
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The Fascinating History of the North Star

Despite being officially discovered by William Herschel in August of 1779, Polaris, also known as the North Star, has been an entity rich in history, mystery, astronomy, navigation, and mythology. It’s been important to us since early civilizations began inventing their myths and the early explorers took to the seas and lands. That’s why I…
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The Strangest Medical Facts That Will Blow Your Mind

It’s no secret that I love sharing weird scientific facts. However, some of them are just weirder than others, especially when they are concerning our own biology. So, let’s enter the eerie but fascinating world of medicine and some of the weirdest and most mind-blowing facts that you could ever imagine. I give you the…
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Lunar Phases and Emotional Energy: How the Moon Affects Our Mood and Behavior

Once upon a time, people looked up at the night sky and saw more than just twinkling stars. They saw a celestial dance between the moon and the Earth, believing that the moon’s phases held secrets about our emotions and behaviors. And even though we now know a lot more about astronomy and the Moon,…
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The Blood Falls: Antarctica’s Creepy Crimson Waterfall

In the remote and icy region of Antarctica’s McMurdo Dry Valleys, there exists a fascinating natural wonder known as the Blood Falls. This fascinating site gets its name from its eerie resemblance to a flowing stream of blood against the backdrop of the snowy landscape. And it comes as no surprise that over the years,…
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