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A bunker discovered near the city of Anda in northeast China is believed to be the largest test site of Imperial Japan's infamous Unit 731, which conducted horrifying human experiments during the 1940s.
The Greek writer Plutarch proposed this question: If a ship's planks are replaced over time due to wear and tear until none of the original pieces remain, is it still the same ship?
Movie Science We're shambling onto your screens to look at the best zombie movies, and the scientific (and not so scientific) inspirations behind them.
The crime, which had been attributed to a rogue politician called "Boss" Tweed, was likely orchestrated by an "eccentric and destructive" man with an obsession for white paint.
Noah's flood is a story much older than the Bible, and researchers are still learning about its roots.
Tone deafness, a neurological disorder known as amusia, can make it hard to distinguish between musical pitches.
Reference "The birds and the bees" is a story parents tell their children to deflect the question "Where do babies come from?" The phrase refers to the talk about sex.
Hippocrates was a physician who lived in ancient Greece and is credited with writing a code of ethics called the Hippocratic oath.
A new study suggests that people can misremember events mere seconds, or even fractions of a second after they happen.
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