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Archaeologists In Iceland Uncover Ancient Hammer Of Thor — And It’s Adorable
Da Vinci Was Such A Good Artist Because He Had A Wonky Eye, New Evidence Suggests
The study argues that da Vinci's misaligned eyes allowed him to literally see the world, and an art canvas, differently than those without the condition.
23 Famous People With Autism Who Accomplished Incredible Things
While being on the spectrum can sometimes create challenges, these famous people with autism have been able to use their unique way of seeing the world to achieve great feats.
Life On Earth May Once Have Been Purple, Researchers Say
The "Purple Earth" hypothesis suggests that retinal, a purple-pigmented molecule, once dominated plant life before chlorophyll— making for some not-so-green foliage.
New York Man Dies After Contracting Mad-Cow-Like Disease From Eating Squirrel Brains
The extremely rare brain disease has had only four confirmed cases in the United States— but this could be the fifth.
Roman Shine Preserved For 2,000 Years By Ash From Vesuvius Eruption Unearthed At Pompeii
The shrine, known as a lararium, is surrounded by well-preserved paintings and murals depicting animals, deities, and more.