Gravity controversy! Fecal news! Fatty cake brain! Shady brainy babies! Lottery science magic! Shirts, singing! Who knows what secrets the universe holds? The Tuesday Science Watch does! Because we watch your science—clad in pop tune follicles!
- Gravity is just an illusion. Yea right.
- This story is ostensibly about microbes, but do you know what it's really about? "Fecal transplantation." Of course you're quite familiar with that already.
- When a regular person sees a picture of cake, their brain is like "Whatever, it's just a picture, so what." But when an obese person sees a picture of cake their brain is like "ZOMG GIMME THAT CAKE!" Which is pretty amusing, if you think about it.
- A new study shows that the evolution of baby brains as they grow exactly mirrors the evolution of human brains over time. Way back before agriculture, humans used to only like sucking things and pooping.
- "If whales could shout, they would." Well, that's your opinion.
- Joan Ginther of Bishop, Texas has hit the Texas lottery four separate times, winning a total of $21 million. The odds of that happening? One in 18 septillion. So how did she do it? If scientists knew that, they wouldn't have to listen to your stupid questions.
- Researchers at MIT have invented fibers that can hear sounds, and even sing. Making shirts more talented than Real Housewives. You've been a great crowd! Take em out, Kev!