Marie Curie's notebooks are still radioactive.
It was 83 years ago this week that A.A. Milne's classic Winnie-the-Pooh first hit bookshelves everywhere.
This is weird and mesmerizing: ultra slow-motion video of bullets impacting various materials (glass, wood, metal, hollow-points on ballistics gel, and so on).
Happens every time. Flipping channels on Sunday, Rudy's on, and it's the final game. Obviously, I put down the clicker and prepare to hold back the tears, but it never works.
In September 1959 a group of insurance companies in the U.S. got together and formed the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
If you like horror movies, you'll love The Joshua Hoffine Horror Blog, where professional horror photographer Joshua Hoffine not only displays his mastery of the craft, but also shows the making
The Solar Decathlon is an architectural and design competition involving twenty teams from colleges and universities across America.
Stan was behind the wheel as heÂ drove three fellowÂ employees to an out-of-state business conference.
California can boast many superlatives: it contains the lowest point in the continental USA, the tallest, largest and oldest trees in the world, and it is the most populous state in the country.
Sportswriter Wright Thompson tried out the Legends section at the new Yankee Stadium.
With the introduction of the "Feel Art Again" Facebook page, we held a contest to find our farthest fan.
Minnesota Twins' starter Carl Pavano has shut down the Yankees through four innings tonight.
In case you weren't obsessively refreshing mentalfloss.com all week, here's what you
Flossy reader Tucker has offered up a fascinating video that you must see to believe.
We leave for our annual Halloween Disney World trip in a little more than two weeks and I am getting ridiculously excited.