Illusionist Eric Leclerc needs only a deck of playing cards to make you believe in mind reading.
This visually awesome experiment shows the complex patterns of sound waves in sand, letting you see what your brain hears.
Jason and some volunteers play a game that uses gestures, grunts, and pictures—the language of our ancestors—to communicate.
An experiment on unwitting mall shoppers gives us an interesting perspective on cultural programming and gender.


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