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Popular Science answers your most outlandish, mind-burning questions—from what the universe is made of to why not everyone can touch their toes. Join PopSci editors and producer Jess Boddy as they work through questions big and small. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askusanythingbypopsci/support
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From tar, animal fat, and gold wires to painted polymethyl methacrylate , or Plexiglas, the nearly 5,000-year journey to perfect prosthetic eyes has been an odyssey through the periodic table.
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Somewhere in the dim and distant past, we all switched from looking at one webpage at a time, to having dozens of tabs open simultaneouslyand our attention spans have never been the same since.
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Before toddlers learn to master symbolic countingwhere one stands for a single object and two indicates double thatthey pass through a developmental stage of verbal tallying.
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Artificial intelligence is everywhere you look right now, and Google hasn't been shy in pushing out an abundance of AI features across its various products.
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While several different methods exist for cooking up a juicy burger, steak, or portobello, natural gas grills are essentially unrivaled when delivering clean-burning convenience.
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A frog species once considered unique for its apparent total lack of lungs actually had pipes all along, according to biologists at the University of Floridas Natural History Museum.
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