The universe contains an unfathomable amount of information that continues expanding every day; yet, somehow, humans keep making sense of it all through our limited comprehension. As complexity increases exponentially from each step forward we take, new mysteries continue popping up with greater frequency than before. Some theories become so complex that no-one can say whether it's possible to understand what goes on, say, beyond the event horizon -- but we try anyway. It helps make life bearable, knowing the world around us exists even when its rules are completely unknowable – if only because these strange truths, however ungraspable, give shape and substance to all events that happen within their influence. With that knowledge, even the attempt to grasp them is ennobling.
If there were some sort of comprehensible code that dictated what would happen next, then perhaps none of the madness on this planet would seem quite so incomprehensible. But, on the other hand, we probably wouldn't have lists like these anymore.
Police sergeant crashes his cruiser after taking meth from a suspect.
The tin foil hats are out in New Zealand.
Judging by the pictures of the dorm, maybe displacement is a blessing in disguise.
An incorrect order at McDonald’s ends with a man telling his toddler to shoot at the cops.
Endangered sharks have found their way into pet food.
-year-old boy's hair isn’t just out of control, it’s medically out of control.
China politely asked for the Ukraine invasion to be postponed.
One adult company provides employees with state-of-the-art masturbatoriums.
A 75-year-old was killed by his pet cassowary.
Man goes to jail for using government money to buy Charizard card.
The MyPillow guy really, really wants the Canadian truckers to get his products.
Three states want cops to not have to pay taxes.
Someone died after drinking 5 grams of caffeine.
People affected by backwards marijuana laws will be first to get retail license.
Russia is destroying evidence of their casualties as they go.