Lectures for a New Year: 2011 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate (The Theory of Everything)

Chris Higgins

Time for some fairly deep physics -- strap yourselves in!

11 Lesser-Known 2012 Presidential Candidates

Adrienne Crezo

If you haven't fallen in love with any of this year's candidates, don't worry. Obama, Romney, Paul and company aren't your only options.

The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Drunk Driver Speeds in Wrong Direction Victims of near-misses say it was a miracle that no one was hurt when a woman drove 18 miles north in the southbound lane of Washington State's I-5 express

Brain Game: Extremely Short Stories

I haven't offered an "open-ended" Brain Game in a while now, and this Free-for-all Friday seems like the perfect day to do it.

Morning Cup of Links: Friday the 13th

Miss Cellania

Happy Friday the 13th!

6 CES Technologies Ahead of Their Time

Rob Lammle

For one reason or another, these items weren't a hit at the time, but they've become a part of our daily lives.

World War I Centennial: Councils of War

Erik Sass

Installment #2: After the turmoil caused by the Second Moroccan Crisis, ending with a humiliating diplomatic defeat for Germany with the Treaty of Berlin in November 1911, Europe’s leaders were sudden

The Late Movies: Guess The Theme 37

Mark Arminio

It's Thursday, it's late and it's once again time for the game that is sweeping the nation...GUESS THE THEME! All the clips below have something in common.

Raiders of the Lost Archives

Chris Higgins

This is a gem -- a shot-by-shot comparison of Raiders of the Lost Ark with 30 different adventure films made between 1919-1973.

11 Incredible Edible Daleks

Miss Cellania

A dalek is a science fiction character found in the British TV series Doctor Who. They are evil alien mutants who travel inside cyborg shells and try to exterminate other beings.

Everything you need to know about Facebook's IPO

David K. Israel

There's a lot of rat-a-tat out there saying that Facebook will go public some time between April and June this year, though FB isn't talking. Check out the cool infographic after the jump th

Lectures for a New Year: A Brain Scientist Studies Her Own Stroke

Chris Higgins

Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a neuroanatomist (or "brain scientist") from Indiana. In 1996 she experienced a major stroke, out of the blue, at age 37.

Crasher Rule #18: Always Study Your App

Colin Patrick

Considering the film Wedding Crashers came out way back in 2005 it is somewhat shocking that the world’s first wedding crashing app is only now about to hit the market. If Crash Corsage is successf

Brain Game: 9 States, 9 Capitals

Today's Think Thursday challenge might be more difficult than most... I'm sure we'll find out soon from the comments.

Morning Cup of Links: Cheesy Movies

Miss Cellania

The 10 Cheesiest Movie Moments of 2011.