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.
A satirical book about exterminating 90% of all men for a better world got some traction again. What would happen if we took it seriously and followed through?
If you want to get an idea of just how alien and bizarre an extraterrestrial might look like, consider the creatures that used to live right here on Earth some 500 million years ago.
One good way to fight bacteria that have a resistance to antibiotics may be to remove their resistance to antibiotics...
We finally have ironclad evidence showing that T. Rex was not an oversized scavenger as some argued, but actively hunted its prey.
Creationism, now done in the best labs a stock photo license can buy.
Geneticist Jerry Crabtree jumps on the natural-selection-for-humans-is-dead bandwagon with a study of human intelligence that doesn't say what he thinks it does.
Why do creationists insist on demanding evidence that's been produced so many times over?
Believe it or not, DNA is not the only hereditary molecule out there. In fact, it's one of many molecules that could form the backbone of gene pools.
Accommodationist philosopher Michael Ruse is now seriously defending the citizens of Tennessee voting on science and facts.
When creationists try to frame studies of evolutionary mechanisms as proof of a deity, they have their arguments exactly in reverse.