Test Of Time of the Day: Three years ago, Redditor atopiary got bored and decided to put the old "McDonald's fries don't mold" maxim to the test. Two jars were placed side by side -- one containing fries from McDonald's, the other from KFC -- and left unopeded to this day.
Science Experiment of the Day: The photo on the left? That's the before.
Personal trainer Drew Manning has spent the past five months intentionally gaining 70 pounds by eating all the stuff you like to eat -- frosted cereals, white bread, chips, mac n cheese, frozen dinners, and soda -- as part of a personal project he calls "Fit 2 Fat 2 Fit."
Science Experiment of the Day: Georgia Institute of Technology engineering professor David Hu and his graduate student Nathan J. Mlot try to force a cluster of fire ants into a body of water so you don't have to (although you may want to after seeing what happens when you try to force a cluster of fire ants into a body of water).
Science Experiment of the Day: Toppenish High School student Gaby Rodriguez spent nearly her entire senior year faking a pregnancy for a school project.
Only her mother, her boyfriend, a few friends, and the school's principal were in on the ruse -- her teachers, classmates, and six of her seven siblings were none-the-wis
Adorable Science Experiment of the Day: The Audubon Research Center for Research of Endangered Species successfully produced two male African black-footed kittens -- an endangered species of which only 40 remain -- using frozen embryos created in 2005 from the in vitro fertilization of an egg with sperm frozen in 2003.
The efficacy of the technique may offer hope for
Science Experiment of the Day: An intrepid man journeys through the installation processes of every version of Microsoft Windows from 1.0 through 7 to test the effects of upgrading from one version of Windows to the next, in chronological order, on the same machine.
Science Experiment of the Day: Ducks Feed People, a digital performance experiment from Georgia Tech's Digital World & Image Group, involves setting up an oversized duck head which dispenses treats to duck-feeding children.
The children will feed the ducks, and the duck head will feed the children, causing the same excitement on the human side. Ducks and people perform together to fee