Apparently, what the world really needs is robots specifically designed to understand the human body and interact with it. With knives.
The fascinating thing about evolution is how it finds infinite ways for creatures to be badass. But equally amazing is how creatures find a way to survive and thrive even with laughable and obvious design defects.
It turns out that plants are capable of some pretty sophisticated, even downright nefarious schemes.
Sometimes, vicious carnivores of the world take an appraising look at centuries of biological necessity, then turn their back on it and say, 'Screw that noise, let's be friends.'
If there's one thing in the world the food industry is dead set against, it's allowing you to actually maintain some level of control over what you eat.
You think you understand gravity. And then you start looking at what it actually is, and then you're in a world of shit.
As science gets a better understanding of how addiction works in the brain, suddenly a whole lot of our habits and cultural phenomena make more sense.
Apparently, the sense of smell can give you powers that would make Professor X jealous.
Hemingway once noted that bull fighting, motor racing and mountaineering were the only true sports. Meaning, if there wasn't a risk of death, it was just a game. To that end, mountaineering stands above the rest.
After millennia of research, experts still don't know very much about the human brain. As such, most of what you have picked up on the subject from pop culture is just laughably wrong.