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Google Honors MISTER ROGERS’ NEIGHBORHOOD with a Stop-Motion Video

By design, Google’s homepage is simple. The site was made to search the web, so there’s the Google logo, a search bar, and that’s about it. Sometimes, though, the Google Doodle team jazzes it up a bit by replacing the logo with a special image, which usually honors some sort of current event, historical happening, […]

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Somebody Just Traveled 183.9 Miles Per Hour on a Bicycle

In 1995, a Dutch cyclist named Fred Rompelberg rode his bike at a speed of 167.044 miles per hour, which set the world record. How does one go that fast? He did what’s called a “motor-paced” run, meaning he rode behind a vehicle and stayed within its slipstream to cut down on wind resistance and […]

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This 3D Printed MILLENNIUM FALCON Is the Coolest Thing Since the Kessel Run

With Lucasfilm having released Solo: A Star Wars Story on digital September 14th, fans all across the galaxy are ready to bring the saga’s latest story into their homes. Some make sure their streaming players are prepared to go. Others make sure they have enough snacks, so they don’t have to pause the movie every two seconds […]

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Legendary Voice Actors Bring Vincent Price and Howard Cosell to THE OFFICE

Both Maurice LaMarche and Billy West have appeared on our Alpha series Talkin’ Toons before, and unsurprisingly theirs were two of our favorite episodes ever. Maurice and host Rob Paulsen killed us when they recreated an iconic moment from Silence of the Lambs as Pinky and the Brain. And Billy West, performing a classic Back to […]

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Why Do We Say “OK” So Much?

In the list of the most commonly used words in the English language, there are plenty that are obvious inclusions. “The,” “a,” “it,” and other words that we use every day are on it, including “OK.” Of them all, though, “OK” is perhaps the strangest. What does the two-letter word actually mean? Where did it […]

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Non-Newtonian Fluid Shatters into Pieces When Hit with a Baseball Bat

Look at the cup, mug, or bottle of water/coffee/juice/whatever other liquids you have right now that I won’t judge you for. Whatever you’re drinking, it’s almost definitely a Newtonian fluid. That basically means that it behaves how you’d expect a liquid to act: Such fluids have a constant viscosity (a.k.a. flow), they take the shape […]

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Twitch Is Streaming Hundreds of POKÉMON Episodes Over the Next Few Months

The Pokémon anime has been on the air since 1997, and since then, over a thousand episodes have aired across its different seasons. That is many episodes. For reference, The Simpsons, which is always breaking longevity records, is hovering at around 600 episodes aired right now. It would take a long time to watch all of […]

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Bizarre States #204: The Handmaid’s Ghost

Bowser and Jess discuss a biscuit assault, an update on the Loch Ness monster, and city’s claiming Bigfoot as their own. They also dive into the haunting of The Handmaid’s Tale costume department. Also Milli Vanilli.  BUY BIZARRE STATES PINS HERE! Follow @JessicaChobot, @andrewbowser and @Bizarre_States on Twitter!  You can watch the podcast episodes live Wednesdays at 4pm PST on Alpha and YouTube, […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Creepypasta

What is Creepypasta? Is it rigatoni haunted by the spectre of a murdered chef? A bowl of spaghetti put out at Halloween so that you reach in and think it’s worms? A bastardization of the term copy-paste to reference a gigantic internet subculture of viral horror stories that inspired the hit anthology series Channel Zero, […]

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