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.
Weird Things has returned, but because this hiatus was so different, so is the comeback. This site is changing in new and very important ways to tackle the year ahead.
The times, they are a changin’, and Weird Things is once again changing with them.
Next year will focus on reviewing what to do with old project and experimenting with new ones.
The start of a new experiment for a new era of blogging.
Nick Redfern’s publishers really didn't like having his theory debunked...
Outrage has become the web's most lucrative and eye-catching product, and quite a few news sites have now streamlined its distribution for those sweet, sweet clicks.
Newspapers are attacking online services with which they could partner out of sheer desperation.
What used to be known as skeptical blogging has lost the skepticism and gained a lot of tabloid style drama and cultural think pieces.
Weird Things survives two ends of the world, which should be some sort of record for a weird science blog.
With trolls running people offline and blog feuds reaching a fever pitch, the skeptical blogosphere is spiraling out of control.