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.
Once associated with lefty politics, hipsters, and hippies, wellness influencers and their audiences are taking a sudden right wing turn, and social media may be to blame.
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...
Forget millions of years of evolution and key mutations. Humans apparently owe their existence magic mushrooms from another dimension.
You can answer a homeopath's question but you can't make him read it or understand why he was wrong.
Bottled water, now marked up beyond any reason and sold with meaningless quantum technobabble.
Tim Minchin's skeptical beat poem finally gets the animated treatment it deserves.
The real reason so many alt med practitioners want to work alongside real doctors isn't to help them. It's to profitably ride their coattails.
A viral social media post claims that life on Earth is far more fragile than it actually is.
There's no pseudoscience or conspiracy Mike Adams isn't willing to defend. His latest cause? Astrology.
Dr. Robert Lanza thinks he's discovered the secret of immortality and it's something very quantum and involving rebooting time loops...