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.
Susan Greenfield is trying to sell normal changes in human brains in response to stimuli as brainwashing by technology and received an appropriate reply.
Nothing is more important to a modern nation's prosperity than science and engineering, and nothing is more neglected by today's politicians.
If you publish enough complex, highly speculative papers with untestable predictions, eventually, you're going to get trolled.
Humor can be the beast way to show the shortfalls of a pseudoscientific idea as shown by XKCD and Scenes From A Multiverse.
How to argue like a creationist in one easy, dishonest, and willfully ignorant step.
The Onion blows a conspiracy to hide the cure for the common cold wide open.
This is what happens when you squander all your goodwill with a community you claim to support.