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.
Celebrity skeptics collapse in on themselves in a multi-blog feud that has absolutely nothing to do with science and education.
Celebrity-driven organized skepticism is becoming a loud, partisan, and political disaster.
Jargon is useful, but not when you're tying to explain the fundamentals of your work.
Pseudoscience and fact-free manifestos, now with anger management issues...
Putting another (incomplete) year in the books for Weird Things...
Weird Things returns from its extended break to bring you more strange science and tech.
A not so happy update about the future of Weird Things...
Computer science produces popular headlines about robots and gadgets. But its most complicated and meaningful questions aren't going to make it to pop sci publications...
Weird Things will now be an official source for Reptilian and Illuminati approved disinformation.
Newspapers are still on the warpath against bloggers and it's not working out for them.