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Once upon a time there was a "scientific" journal. Unlike most journals that publish results from experiments that have been repeated and statistically confirmed, the journal specialized in really neat results that `looked real, but couldn't be repeated. Even though founded in 1955 to publish science humor and satire, the Journal of Irreproducable Results had a serious side - being the last resort for publishing results that could not (will never, and probably should never) be replicated.
In 1994, there was a bit of a tiff with the new publishers (who bought out the old publisher), and the editor and most of the staff left to found a new magazine - the Annals of Improbable Research. Like its predecessor, AIR takes a humorous, even satiric look at scientists and science research. It particularly seeks out factual research with a whimsical bent.
The "AIRheads" of A.I.R. invite you to visit their site and read about the aerodynamics of whiffle balls (http://improbable.com/2011/09/11/aerodynamics-of-odd-balls/), find out whether most physicians hang their stethoscope to the left or right (http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/doctors/results/directory/profile/9451649/emmanuel-antonarakis - linked on the A.I.R. site, Sept. 11, 2011), witness bad poetry readings and satirical songs (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0UlNkag4Vk), or even check out the Ig Nobel Prize ceremony coming up Sept. 29th (http://improbable.com/ig/2011/).
Just remember, if you laugh your funny bone off, it's a humerus!
PS - Addendum: I did not mean to slight The Journal of Irreproducable Results. BOTH journals provide a slightly serious, mostly fun look at science. The J.I.R. site is: (www.jir.com) and I am certain they would appreciate our patronage!