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A Lick Of The Tongue Changes This Ice Cream’s Color

popsci.com — At first, it's a delightful shade of periwinkle blue. Then, it turns into a lilac purple before settling on a vibrant magenta. No, these aren't the stages of your old mood ring. Believe it or not, this is the colorful transformation of the new ice cream Xamaleón, which is designed to change colors as you lick it.

Ant Fight Creates Liquid With Properties Never Seen In Nature

popsci.com — There are not many creatures that can stand up to fire ants, nor their famously painful sting. Besides causing discomfort in mammals like humans (I've been stung, and it doesn't feel great), this venom has potent insect-killing powers, with the ability to knock out many of its ant rivals and other six-legged prey.
Jul 31, 2014

Ant Fight Creates Liquid With Properties Never Seen In Nature -- because the first rule of Ant Fight Club.... po.st/ybTG41