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When your eyes adapt to color, you can see things that aren’t really there.
What happens when you double the size of a chair?
Take off and fly in a mirror that makes half your body look whole.
Make yourself the center of attention—and reflect.
Do you dare drink from a toilet?
Not all shadows are black.
A cube made from drinking straws can confuse your brain.
Foxwalking is a simple technique used by trackers like Doniga Markegard to avoid disturbing wildlife.
How will the Exploratorium make music from a total solar eclipse?
Falling dominoes model signal transmission in a neuron.
Learn how to make beautiful "paintings" with soap and water.
by Josh Bacigalupi • February 22, 2017
Adaptive Work is understanding in the face of Complexity.
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