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  1. Strange News: Rooster Stabs Man to Death
    Strange News: Rooster Stabs Man to Death, Detroit Wants a RoboCop Statue. Life's Little Mysteries rounds up the day's strangest stories.
  2. Strange News: Kidnapped Chickens, Fake Cocaine
    Strange News: Kidnapped Chickens, Fake Cocaine, Super Bowl Health Myth Busted. Life's Little Mysteries rounds up the day's strangest stories.
  3. Kids Believe Literally Anything They Read Online
    A shocking study shows the supposedly Internet-savvy generation doesn't know how to evaluate information on the Internet. Life's Little Mysteries consults the expert about the problem.
  4. Link Between Super Bowl Losses and Heart Attacks Debunked
    A popular study indicates that football fans are more likely to suffer a heart attack if their team loses the Super Bowl. Life's Little Mysteries explains why that finding is potentially flawed.
  5. OMG! Guinness Record for Smartphone Speed Typing Shattered
    Think you've got ace typing skills? One of these speed-typing record-breakers didn't even have to use his digits!
  6. Is Noah's Ark Really On Top of Mount Ararat?
    Some people believe the frozen remains of Noah's Ark still sit on top of Mount Ararat in Turkey. It's not.
  7. Will Asteroid Apophis Hit Earth in 2036?
    An asteroid named Apophis is heading toward Earth with a reported estimated collision of 2036. Life’s Little Mysteries answers the question: How scared should we be?
  8. Strange News: Babies That Can Read Robots' Minds
    Strange News: Babies That Can Read Robots' Minds, A Call to Eliminate Driver's Licenses. Life's Little Mysteries rounds up the day's strangest stories.
  9. How the Moon Got There: An Answer for Bill O'Reilly
    He Asked. We answered with a brief explanation of the giant impactor hypothesis.
  10. Theory About Mammals and Fungus Explains Bat Plague
    The fungus decimating some bats supports a theory that warm bodies may protect mammals from disease and may have helped us flourish after the dinosaurs went extinct.

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