Real-world scientists and engineers make 'special' effects look like a euphemism. Behold, four real science and engineering videos that apply a significant podal positive impulse to a lot of gluteus maximus.
Science fiction taught us that when science starts modifying the human body, it's going to involve robot parts and genetic modification gone terrifyingly wrong. But the reality is that the body modifications that are right around the corner are way less frightening and quite a bit more useful.
It turns out there unexpected ways to reduce pain, and we're not referring to your grandpa's preferred method.
Nature is brutal and uncaring, and should be utterly destroyed.
Like anyone else, the rock music rebel who doesn't die before he gets old has to grow up some time. When they do, the results can often be the exact opposite of rocking.
A really powerful microscope is the sort of thing nobody would buy for entertainment, yet we can't shake the feeling that if we had one, we'd use it all the time.
It turns out that, occasionally, evolution will reach way the hell out of the box and come back with solar-powered lizards and Iron Man snails.
Everyone wants to be happy, but the biggest obstacle to that is the mushy thing inside your skull that you think with.
Here are a few natural phenomena that prove nature is probably just screwing around with us.
It turns out nature gets off on haphazardly stapling DNA together and calling it a day.
It's hard to believe these species didn't solely come about to keep middle-schoolers in stitches.