Is it *really* that bad?
If all cells have the same DNA, why are some nail cells and others eye cells?
Dinosaurs became huge, are there any more around today?
It's conspiracy time: was the moon landing staged?
Is cancer something we could have evolved our way out of?
Easy ways to convert a flat-Earther...
Step aside Captain America, shrimp are the world record holder for the fastest punch. But how do they do it?
Pigeons and chickens: modern dinosaurs?
How do they survive without a nucleus?
Sunsets on the red planet aren't what you'd expect...
There are many invisible animals in the ocean, but less so on land, why?
Geneticist and Neuroscientist Giles Yeo was able to cook up an answer...
But I can CERTAINLY hear my partner snoring!
It's like the reverse of asking a parent to select their favourite child...
Do we need to start panicking, or what?
Thank goodness they don't!
Is there a better number to count in?
Is that even possible?!
What's the difference between allergy and intolerance?
And if so, how much light do we need?
Mathematician Bobby Seagull stuns us with stats.
Caller Richard had a question for our own Chris Smith
How do they know if their queen dies?
SPOILER: It's not bricks.
It's not *that* bad, Cambridge University's Bobby Seagull explained why.