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When Scott and Ben took a look back on the iconic cars of film, they knew they'd missed a few and asked for help. Luckily, listeners responded. Tune in for a special High Speed Stuff listener mail extravaganza in this podcast from HowStuffWorks.com.
When it comes to big decisions, do you believe the more input the better? This HowStuffWorks Now article might change your mind.
Supersymmetry: the idea that the particles we know about have as-yet-underscovered force partners. Multiverse: exactly what it sounds like. Can they coexist?
HowStuffWorks looks at the FIRE movement (financial independence, retire early) and finds out how adherents retired so early.
Everyone's familiar with firetrucks. In the U.S., they're bright red, they're huge -- and they can be incredibly loud. So how do they work? Listen in as Scott and Ben take a closer look at fire and rescue vehicles.
Poison ivy, oak and sumac are all variations of the same plant and they all can make you itch... if you're susceptible that is. In this episode, you'll learn just about all there is to know about this itch-causing plant, including how to best avoid it.
What are some out-of-date insults worth knowing? Learn more about old insults in this HowStuffWorks article.
In many films, hapless characters meet their untimely demise in a lethal pit of quicksand. It's a gruesome, undignified end -- but is it realistic? Josh and Chuck tackle the properties of quicksand -- and how to escape it -- in this episode.
Like most things in the universe, stars begin as particles floating around in massive clouds of dust and gas. But what forces these particles to coalesce and form a star? Tune in and learn more about the birth of stars in this podcast.