As many unimaginable horrors as Mother Nature enjoys throwing at us, there are other, less fortunate animals out there who live their entire lives hunted by the kind of creatures that make horror movie villains pale in comparison.
You should probably avoid wearing the following common clothing items that are physically damaging, or in some cases even trying to outright kill you.
Babies are simply not prepared for the world when they arrive, and that's why Mother Nature tricks you into making sure they survive.
In the interest of karmic rebalancing, I've identified a number of rare mental conditions that, when looked at in a slightly different light, appear to be less a cause for mockery and more a cause for envy.
Science says that testosterone levels in America are disappearing like there's no tomorrow. But why?
The 22 statistics will make you pissed at your teachers for never having taught them to us.
It turns out that a huge amount of the scientific research done in the world seems to be based entirely on shits and giggles.
Apparently science says that there are plenty of random and even bad habits that will help us live longer.
Science shows that almost everything you hate about your shitty office actually makes you more creative.
Nobody ever cranks out a masterpiece in one sitting. Not even Mother Nature gets it right the first time.
Remember the first time you saw a platypus as a kid and for a moment refused to believe that nature would really create an animal that looks like a duck had sex with a beaver? Well guess what, the world is actually full of bizarre mashup creatures like that, some of them hilarious and some of them terrifying, all of them looking like the result of
Your brain is just another part of your body, and just as you can get a cold by touching a doorknob somebody sneezed on, there are all sorts of random and innocuous things that can make it go haywire.
Not everyone can discover the cure for cancer, which is apparently why a whole lot of scientists opt to research other, more mundane things.