One of the best things about Science is that it answers questions we never realized needed answering. In fact, Science gets so overeager sometimes that it starts answering questions that really shouldn't have been asked in the first place.
I discovered that the same shows that brought me so much joy when I was a kid have brought nothing but pain and misery to the people making them.
There are babies out there who have survived dangerous situations that would have likely killed a grown man, sometimes because their smallness actually protected them, and sometimes because we're pretty sure they're just indestructible.
The line between 'computerized utopia of the future' and 'utter chaos' is just a line of computer code.
Some lies are so insanely prevalent that they've become difficult to recognize. These, for example.
If you weren't claustrophobic already, this article might do it for you.
The following coincidences are very well-documented, otherwise there's no way in hell we'd buy any of this crap.
It just doesn't matter. We can't help it. These things drive us nuts, and somehow knowing that we shouldn't get upset only makes us more angry.
It's shameful that we held onto these human rights abuses for as long as we did.
I was brought up to be just one more weapon in this terrible faith-based arsenal, but I didn't quite hit the target. Here's what I can tell you about being a weaponized offspring.
'Power Rangers' was a weird idea to begin with.
Sometimes the only people who can step up to save the day aren't even old enough to drive.
These stupid, insignificant little things are tiny sources of confidence, of pride.