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 European lawmaker wants the web to forget your embarrassing moments. But at this point, that's pretty much an impossible task.
Christian zealots in Missouri vote to create a right they've always had just to sneak in a way to stop teaching their kids about evolution, sex, and cosmology.
We should always think of the children, especially if we're being told to let our ISPs spy on our every move, ostensibly to protect said children.
Piracy might not kill entertainment as we know it, but the justifications for why it's supposedly harmless seem to fall short of their goal.
Marc Stephens, a lawyer for the infamous Burzynski Clinic, decided that the best way to meet skeptics is with unhinged conspiracy theories and harassment.
A group of researchers armed with very strong opinions and flawed studies do not constitute a consensus on the effects of video game violence on children.
Online mobs have become judge, jury, and executioner. What happens to social media now?
Christopher Hitchens accurately dissects why very few sane people want to go into Western politics anymore.
Amazingly, Harrington High School will not be prosecuted for spying on its students at home through school-issued laptops and creating child porn in the process...
The bigger the crime, the less inclined we seem to emphasize with each victim.