Spiders can fly — with a little help from the planet's electric fields, of course. A new study reveals that the Earth's electric circuit triggers ballooning behavior from these eight-legged creatures.
If birds could talk, most would not be able to tell you which way was north, and they would blame your electronics for it. Electromagnetic noise interference from human electronics have been interfering with the internal compass of migratory birds for decades, according to a recent study.
Could zapping the brain with weak current of electricity be enough to make math as easy as 1-2-3? Researchers say it's possible, but the effect will only last for six months.