Is there an evolutionary advantage to boredom?
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.
Genetists, Giles Yeo, crunched the numbers...
Are CEOs more likely to be psychopaths than other people?
Why is guilt such a variable emotion?
What are the chances that a bridge will stay standing?
Are we getting close to the limits with construction?
Do female animals ever try to impress the males?
Should we be worried about an asteroid apocalypse?
What's the science behind this condition?
What can we learn from studying the sun?
Can our brains be stimulated to make us commit crimes?
Is digging deep the most efficient way to build in a crowded city?