The Skyscraper-Shaking Fitness Class (w/ Matt Parker), When Hanger Is Most Likely to Strike, and Studying the Human Brain’s Jiggle

Learn about when you’re most likely to feel hangry (and how to avoid it); what scientists can learn from watching the human brain jiggle; and how resonant frequencies helped a fitness class shake an entire skyscraper — with help from stand-up mathematician Matt Parker.

Scientists Determined When Hanger Is Most Likely to Strike by Annie Hartman

https://curiosity.com/topics/scientists-determined-when-hanger-is-most-likely-to-strike-curiosity

What can scientists learn from watching the human brain jiggle? by Cameron Duke

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