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.
Wealth and power don’t just change how you live and your priorities. They also change how your mind works in disconcerting ways.
Crime and a lack of impulse control go hand in hand. Now, there may be a way to activate that impulse control with an electric current. But we’ll need to be careful how we use it.
A new study shows that people with hardline political views are more confident in their decisions, no matter how minor, than moderates. But we still don’t know why...
According to researchers and experts, emojis aren’t replacing the written word, they’re just helping us understand the emotional context in which that written word was deployed.
Researchers want you to know that immersing yourself in your own mind isn’t all sunshine and enlightenment.
Those caught with their pants down often seek treatment for sex addiction. But is sex addiction real, and does it mean they weren't responsible for their actions?
For years there's been a debate about whether sexual addiction should be included in the DSM V and we don't seem to be any closer to an answer.
We figured out the recipe for conspiracy theorists. And, unwittingly, so has social media...
There is a cure for Dunning Kruger according to one of its discoverers. Unfortunately, there's a risk of collateral damage when it's applied.
The idea that just giving people more data to make the right choices flies in the face of how humans typically work.