Every attempt to prove that humans have some kind of telepathic sixth sense shows it to be complete bullshit. But we still shouldn't sell ourselves short -- we have all sorts of extra senses that we either never use or don't notice when we do.
Landing on alien worlds is already the most impressive thing our species has ever done. Which makes these six blatant action-movies-that-actually-happened even cooler
Somewhere out there, scientists are still reaching for stuff that's so far above and beyond that it sounds like black magic.
Gene meddling isn't immune to awesomeness. Sometimes, just sometimes, what comes out from the test tube is a lot less Cthulhu and more like your new, kickass pet.
Apparently, there are absolutely no qualifications needed to start screwin' with the very foundation of an entire species, and the chief motivator for many selective breeders is 'I thought it would be funny.'
Every scientist strives to be objective and logical, ignoring personal biases in the interest of discovery and the pursuit of knowledge. But, you know, sex is really neat.
By now, you should know that our mission statement is 'Nature is terrifying and you should only leave the house if it's an emergency.'
The world is full of magic, it's just that a lot of it isn't visible without special tools. Fortunately, microscopes exist.
t's easy to spend the rest of your life thinking that your bad luck with the ladies is just evolution trying to filter your weird face and frail physique out of the gene pool. But that's not entirely true.
Scientists recently announced the discovery of the 'God Particle,' which, not surprisingly, also allowed for the discovery of idiots the world over.
As human beings, we go about our day-to-day lives, completely oblivious to the microscopic world around us. And that ignorance is great, because most of that microscopic world is scary as hell.
The only reason you're not more afraid of bats than you are now is because you've never seen one up close. Allow us to change that.