The 2017 total eclipse times might, at first, seem meager. Most cities in the path will see between one and two minutes of total darkness. Giant City State Park, in Carbondale IL, gets the Greatest Eclipse: two minutes and 41.6 seconds. And, for Americans, the whole thing will be over in about seven hours; the […]
How can nature help save the world? Thanks to Discovery’s new show Trailblazers, the question is more relevant than ever before. The show follows four scientist-adventurers, who each week are tasked with a different discovery in the name of medicine and science. Read on for a first look at the Trailblazers cast bios and social media information, and for an early look at the ambitious show!
NDT has a lot of Christians’ underwear bunched up in uncomfortable ways. Was he out of line, or just having some happy holiday fun? Check the Tweets and see what you think.
Jaden and Willow Smith are teenagers (16 and 14 respectively), but according to them, they’ve already got life figured out. In an interview with T Magazine to promote their new albums, they explain time, why they think school is pointless, and their grandiose plans for the future.
Do humans really only use ten percent of their brains? The claim is as old as misinformation, and is the basis for many a science fiction film, to boot.
What are smart drugs? Do they really make you smarter? There’s a great deal of misinformation out there about so-called “smart drugs”; here, we attempt to separate fiction from fact.
The delightfully nerdy The Big Bang Theory, which is gearing up for it’s eight season this September, is so chock full of science jokes it’s easy to wonder if some of them aren’t a little off. Does The Big Bang Theory always get its science right? If so, how?
An interesting new set of pictures supposedly shows what the average woman from 40 countries around the world looks like. The scientific methods of research have been brought into question, but it’s still amusing to look at the generalities…