It's clear that the United States was anticipating a future full of space battles and daring snatch-and-grab operations.
When we die, we'll probably have to pay the celestial piper and burn off all the bad karma by coming back as a lowly beast. And if we're really awful, we'll come back as one of these.
When Hollywood sets out to write up a good old-fashioned space adventure, it often just rips real scenes from the pages of history -- it really is hard to top them.
Humans truly are the freaks of Mother Nature: We're the only animals that like spicy food.
[Disclaimer: Do not start putting garbage bags on your head]
Want to drink water in space? Prepare to consume recycled sweat, dirty water, and, yes, pee.
No, I'm not kidding or exaggerating; these innocent, defenseless little creatures are guilty of one of a crime so bad that the U.N. had to get 136 countries to ratify a treaty to agree not to do it.
Space can be so beautiful and full of color. Except, no, probably not. Not at all.
In roughly 80 percent of the countries on Earth, people eat insects, so we sat down with one man who has made it his life's work to get Americans to eat more bugs.
It turns out there was a very good reason you couldn't finish your vegetables but always had room for cookies.
It turns out we're really living in the slowest developing Roland Emmerich movie ever.
Unfortunately, modern medicine firmly believes that all medical problems either affect everyone in exactly the same way or don't affect one gender at all.
It turns out a lot of common healthcare practices don't really fit the definition of 'science-based medicine.'
If someone gets angry you handed them a shook up can of soda, now you can turn it in to a quick science lesson that probably won't save you.