What your hands look like after 10 days underwater

In 2002, scuba diver Tim Yarrow set a record for the longest time spent underwater after spending 10 days submerged in a tank in Johannesburg shopping center. When he finally emerged, his hands were spectacularly wrinkled. » 4/28/13 11:30am 4/28/13 11:30am

How wearing a glove can warp your sense of good and bad

Whether we're right-handed or left-handed can have a huge impact on what we subconsciously associate with good and bad. Right-handers, according to psychologists, see things to the right them as being better than things on their left. » 3/10/11 10:57am 3/10/11 10:57am

Stone tools shaped the evolution of our hands

Charles Darwin once speculated that the use of stone tools by our ancient ancestors had profoundly influenced the evolution of our hands. Now, 140 years later, we've discovered that, once again, Darwin knew exactly what he was talking about. » 3/07/11 1:20pm 3/07/11 1:20pm