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.
I tried writing about politics for a year and a half. My experience was eye-opening in the worst possible ways...
Scientists search for truth, not "balance" to appease partisans who already hate them anyway. If they get involved in politics, they shouldn't change their attitudes.
If you thought fake news were bad, welcome to the hell that is fake fact checking.
Alex Jones' deepest, darkest fear isn't reptilian aliens. It's experts and wonks with who cramp his and his fans' style.
The start of a new experiment for a new era of blogging.
Amazon is not a nice or fun place to work, even if you're one of its supposedly vaunted techies. But it's not like we expect any better from a company that big.
Nick Redfern’s publishers really didn't like having his theory debunked...
Skeptico might sound like a skeptical blog, but as demonstrated by its approach to a profile of Dr. Eben Alexander, it's anything but.
Newsweek covers a conspiracy theory that seemed created solely for the sake of creating a conspiracy.
The three constants of life seem to be death, taxes, and Chandra Wickramasinghe claiming space agencies are hiding proof of alien life.