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    Space May Have 11 Dimensions

    You know that we live in a three-dimensional world. That means that we can move up and down, left and right, or back and forth. The most use you’ll likely ever make of that knowledge is playing your 3DS and asking if there’s a cheaper version of Gravity for people who don’t like wearing those stupid glasses.

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    Water Is the Weirdest Substance on Earth

    It’s the most basic and abundant compound you can think of, making up most of the world’s surface and your body. Surely we’ve got water, if nothing else, pinned down.

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    Time Is Relative and May Not Even Exist

    Things you did are in the past, things you’re going to do are in the future, things you’re doing right now are currently happening no matter how hard you wish you could return that stolen cop car, and, barring the misuse of a DeLorean, we’re all moving along in one direction at the same speed.

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    Plants Can Communicate and Do Complex Arithmetic

    Plants are at the bottom of the food chain for a reason. Having no brains or feelings or ability to move or sense of humor, they fit the definition of “organism” only on a most basic level. You’re just … you’re fuckin’ dumb, plants. There, we said it. God, it feels so good to just get that out there, you know?

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    Pi Is the Weirdest Number

    It’s that circle thing, right? You might remember the formula for figuring out the circumference of a circle from back in grade school, which was both the first and last time you ever needed to do so. Nerds know it a little better, probably from the old MIT sports cheer: “Cosine, secant, tangent, sine, 3.14159.” Apparently MIT does sports a little differently. But regardless, can you think of a less impressive number than pi?

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