Top posts of the month of May

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10: Use chemistry life hacks to solve everyday problems

Kim Becker/CC BY 2.0 Regardless of how you feel about chemistry class, you’re putting chemical reactions to use in your life all the time. Make your life easier with these hacks. More: Use chemistry life hacks to solve everyday problems

9: Web cartoonist The Oatmeal shares his (hilarious) experience owning a Tesla Model S

The Oatmeal/Screen capture This really is funny. More: Web cartoonist The Oatmeal shares his (hilarious) experience owning a Tesla Model S

8: Here's how to make an intersection safer with a roll of duct tape (video)

© Clarence Eckerson Jr. Sometimes it doesn't take much to turn a dangerous intersection that is hostile to pedestrians and cyclists into a much safer place that is inviting to community. More: Here's how to make an intersection safer with a roll of duct tape (video)

7: More on why Japanese houses are so weird: They are almost worthless soon after they are built

Architizer/ House in Kohoku by Torafu Architects/via Surprisingly, the Japanese often treat their houses as disposable. More: More on why Japanese houses are so weird: They are almost worthless soon after they are built

6: Solar roadways destroys crowdfunding goal, raises $1.5m

Solar Roadways/Video screen capture It may be crazy, it may be the greatest idea since sliced bread. but it sure is popular!! More: Solar roadways destroys crowdfunding goal, raises $1.5m

5: 18 uses for apple cider vinegar that will surprise you

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Toe fungus! Hiccups! This stuff can do anything! More: 18 uses for apple cider vinegar that will surprise you

4: Conqueror popup trailer has a place for everything and is ready for anything
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More: Conqueror popup trailer has a place for everything and is ready for anything

3: How tiny can a tiny house go?

© Shelterwise Evidently 96 square feet isn't reaching the bottom. More: How tiny can a tiny house go?

2: Environmental photographer of the year shows climate change issues across the world

© Tuyet Trinh Do, Fishing net marking in Mekong Delta, Vietnam, 2012 The Environmental Photographer of the Year competition is a relatively new one (since 2007) but its raison d'etre is important. It was created to enable photographers to share images of environmental and social issues. With over 10,000 submissions this year, there is a clearly an interest and engagement with this subject. More: Environmental photographer of the year shows climate change issues across the world

1: 6 Edible ground cover plants for backyards and gardens

Patrick Standish/CC BY 3.0 It's that time of year! More: 6 Edible ground cover plants for backyards and gardens

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