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.
Thanks to modern technology and streaming platforms, conspiracy theories are big business, meaning that you’re quite literally paying to have people mess with your mind.
Nearly 6 in 10 otherwise perfectly normal Americans believe in some sort of conspiracy theory. We look at both current events and science to figure out why.
Flat earthers don't just reject the idea that our world is round, they reject virtually all modern science, technology, and ideas.
Turns out conspiracy cruises are less lectures on reptilians and men in black, and more scam informercials for illegal and harebrained financial schemes of sovereign citizens...
Newsweek covers a conspiracy theory that seemed created solely for the sake of creating a conspiracy.
You can try to convince fervent conspiracy theorists that they're wrong, or you could do something more productive, like talking to a brick wall.
A self-described Anonymous hacker general describes a world right out of a spy movie playing only in his own head.
Just because we can track people in real time for whatever reason we want, doesn't mean we should, or let those who overstep sane bounds off the hook.
With the Soviet space program often shrouded in secrecy, there are many tales of cosmonauts whose grim fates were deliberately omitted from the country's history.
Conspiracy theorists and religious zealots waiting for the End Times have some surprisingly strong opinions in the cash vs. digital money debate...