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.
QAnon and social media conspiracy theorists found the cure for literally everything. It’s called a med bed, and it’s straight out of science fiction. Literally.
Ancient Apocalypse is not a bold new exploration of human history. It’s a cheap, lazy rehash of myths and cliches debunked a century ago.
Plandemic is just a rapid-fire tsunami of lies and anti-vaccine tropes with something for every conspiracy theorist.
Biohacking is the next big craze for those obsessed with taking charge of their health beyond just diet and exercise. But while it sounds like science, there’s no evidence it actually works.
MLMs prey on human vulnerabilities to hijack the health industry. And they have a lot of help in high places.
An Indian science conference espoused the superiority of Hindu religion and legends over actual facts and history. And it’s just a small part of an alarming and accelerating trend...
Thanksgiving marks the start of the winter holidays and the dread associated with having to deal with relatives and family friends you rather wouldn’t...
Trumpism is nothing more than the political equivalent of alt med woo and it's bound to have the same efficacy.
While pervasive, deceptive fake news seems to be a new phenomenon for the public, the science world has been trying to battle their version of it for years.
Maybe a medical conference is not the best place to elevate the profiles of snake oil salespeople...