A polar bear can smell a seal that's 20 miles away.
I'll be honest: I'd rather skip this round-up of winners from last Friday and instead post some of your photos taken with random celebrities.
Editor's Note: The deadline for our $50,000 Tuition Giveaway is January 31.
No one knows who recorded the Wilhelm scream, but sound designer Ben Burtt coined its name based on the 1953 Charge at Feather River - the character Private Wilhelm is hit with an arrow and screams t
I wandered into a car dealership yesterday with a few innocent questions and about twenty minutes to spare ... big mistake.
We're all pretty familiar with the first three dimensions -- after all, we experience those dimensions daily as we move about our world.
This season, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has set out to make his league a kinder, gentler place.
Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain spent $1.22 million in company dollars to redecorate his office in early 2008. The Daily Beast has a list of all the items on which he spent all that money.
Our big t-shirt sale continues until one minute before midnight. All mental_floss t-shirts are $14.90.
What better way to start your Monday than with a Really, Really Bad Rebus puzzle (and a strong cup of coffee to spit out when you've solved it)?
Musicians have always lifted tunes from each other.
Change is happening already.
According to legend, the celebration of the Chinese New Year began with a monster called Nian. The beast would arrive on the first day of the new year and devour crops, livestock and people.
Chuck Close (born 1940) is one of the most requested artists for "Feel Art Again." Referred to by some as the "rock star of contemporary art," Close is one of the most well-known