It seems we should be supporting the real Chrsitmas trees as they are especially good at absorbing "greenhouse gasses".
Here are two amusing and competing theories about the relationship between Santa and his elves.
Next we have an interesting, curious and perfectly serious item about the amazing powers of earthworms to refine rare metals. Very strange.
For astronomy fans it looks as if 2013 might be an interesting year with not one but two bright comets predicted to be visible, even possibly during daylight. Definitely a couple of gigs not to be missed. Watch this space for more details as the year goes on.
Who would have thought that the chilly seas off Scotland would have the world's largest reef of a rare shellfish.
Are you a werewolf? No, thought not. But there are a very small number of people in the world with a very rare genetic mutation that really do make them look like one.
More research on the causes of earworms, and how to kill them off.
How do you spot randomness? Well first you need to know what it looks like, and it isn't like you think it is!
What makes chocolate so chocolate-y? An interesting diversion into the key components of chocolate and how it is refined.
And finally a copy of an old "sex manual" attributed to Aristotle, and which was banned in the UK for 200 years, is to be auctioned later this month.