Do you trust your senses? It turns out they can be totally fooled -- with the proper tools.
Although they can't see in their waking lives, that doesn't mean the blind don't have vivid dream experiences of their own. Laci Green explains.
Humans have five basic senses: Sight, smell, taste, hearing and touch. Which one of these is the strongest? Anthony reports on why the sense of smell is so powerful.
What if it was possible to heighten your senses without having to to lose one? Well, Trace is here to tell you that it might be possible, and how simulating blindness could cause you to have better hearing!
On a cold, crisp day, there are fewer smells to be smelled and our noses become less sensitive to smells.
Sweet, salty, savory, or spicy -- food tends to be delicious. But what makes CRISPY food so much more enticing? Trace took the time to get to the bottom of this insanely mouthwatering viewer-submitted question.
Good smells should make you happy, but the connection between certain smells and your state of mind is a tricky one. As Trace tells us, scientists are realizing they can use this connection to their advantage.