Exploring bleeding edge experiments, oddities, new and bizarre dicoveries, and fact-checking conspiracy theories since 2008. No question is out of bounds and no topic is too strange for a deep dive.
There's nothing quite like creationism mixed with a heavy dose of woo in which anything you dream of can come true because quantum.
Robert Lanza is back and he thinks he knows how to cheat death and create your own afterlife with some very self-absorbed woo...
Mike Adams thinks he might have found an Illuminati symbol on Saturn. But not really. But totally yes. But maybe not. But maybe.
According to the Huffington Post, teaching kids science is the same as brainwashing and should be considered a form of abuse.
A classic scam gets a little Illuminati twist for the conspiracy-minded mark eager to learn the secrets of material wealth and cosmic awareness.
Deepak Chopra is out to disprove evolution using biocentrism, a meaningless collection of woo buzzwords he and his like-minded friends concocted out of nothing.
Ufologists are promising a grand unveiling of our extraterrestrial neighbors to the world. Problem is that none of the details they offer make any sense...
Quack extraordinaire Mike Adams has crossed a line from typical snake oil salesmanship to predatory fear-mongering.
Astrologers are irate because, apparently, we didn't ask the Moon for its consent to be probed.
There's a lot of pseudoscience lurking in sex positive communities. But how did it get there in the first place?