Inq's Corner

  • Spoiler Alert! Everything Inside The Spring Curiosity Box

    Hint: It contains the only puzzle that Michael owns that he hasn't been able to solve yet.
  • How It Works: Inq's Mirascope

    The mirascope!  It’s a miracle!  It’s a scope!  Wait…is it really?  Well, “miracle” derives from the Latin word miraculum meaning “object of wonder...
  • THE INQ REPORT: New Fossil Fuel Alternative on the Horizon

    Fossil fuel use has a couple of serious issues: among them are greenhouse gas emissions and diminishing supplies.  One possible replacement could...
  • Alzheimer’s and Dementia Research: Five Things We Learned in 2019

    We're proud to partner with the Alzheimer's Association and support their efforts to end Alzheimers and Dementia with a percentage of the proceed...
  • Not to Burst Your Bubble, But The Big Dipper Isn’t Actually a Constellation

    The Stars book works hard to earn its’ subtitle “The Definitive Visual Guide to the Cosmos.” You’ll of course learn about the birth and death of ...
  • The Uncertain History of Pizza & The Most Unique Way to Slice It

    Our exclusive Curiosity Box exclusive pizza cutter is one of a kind (by definition, really); the blade features the famous Voyager Golden Record, ...
  • Forget Standard vs. Metric, THIS Changes Everything

    We like to think of Inq's Astonishing Ruler as the most unusual rulers ever made. I mean, who else is gonna help you measure your living room in Ev...
  • Yes, The Cheshire Cat Cluster Is A Real Thing

    We love to hear from our Curiosity Box subscribers, and one thing a few members have told us is that people who see them wearing this shirt think ...
  • THE INQ REPORT: Get Ready For The Gut Computer

    Have you ever heard that you should "listen to your gut" or "let your gut decide"?  Well, one day you'll really be able to, based on this pioneer...
  • How Being Short and Slow Unleashed My Creativity

    In 8th grade, my entire life revolved around sports. My bedroom walls were plastered with posters and photos cut out from magazines that showed of...
  • The Twisted Literary History of the Puzzle

    One day in the 3rd Century BCE, Archimedes was hanging out in ancient Greece when he devised a dissection puzzle that he called the Ostomachion.  ...
  • Cosmic Latte: the Average Color of the Universe

    Wondering about the color on your fashion-forward, incredible wearable from Inq?  Believe it or not, that light beige is officially called “Cosmic...