What does it mean to say that a computer can "think"? Learn more about the "Turing Test" on this Moment of Science.
All you want is a parking space, but the jerk you’re waiting on to leave is just sitting in his car taking his time. Why do we find this so aggravating?
No, Not that kind of jerk. You're nodding off in class, suddenly your muscles twitch and you're wide awake again. What causes these sudden muscle contractions?
Recent research has shown that people are 30 times more likely to laugh in a social situation than when they are alone. Find out why on this Moment of Science.
You keep huffing and puffing, and…the candle still doesn’t go out. Learn about the science behind trick candles on this Moment of Science.
For adolescent boys, a changing voice that cracks in the middle of a sentence can be embarrassing. But a cracking voice is a natural part of development.
Wouldn't it be creepy if you woke up one day and didn't recognize even your closest friends? Learn about facial agnosia on this Moment of Science.
Which would you rather be bitten by, a dog mouth, or a human mouth? and which is really cleaner? Find out on this episode of A Moment of Science.
Can consuming caffeine make you more easily persuaded? Find out on this Moment of Science.
Why do guys tend to get so much more into video games than girls? Turns out, there's a scientific explanation. Learn more on this Moment of Science.