In 1726, Mary Toft convinced British doctors that she was giving birth to rabbits.
In a new short film I created in collaboration with Ecogeek.org and Absolut Vodka, that's exactly what she does. Enjoy -- and happy Earth
Each of this week's Brain Games will involve the sport of Major League Baseball.
This morning I came across a link to "Disturbing Strokes": it's the "Diff'rent Strokes" credits sequence set to disturbing music...and the result is supremely creepy (Mr
Two new extrasolar planets have been found that resemble Earth in some ways. In other ways, they are very different.
How to Spend Less and Get More.
At the request of reader Therese, today's "Feel Art Again" post features Thomas Chambers (1808-1866).
Forty-seven years ago today, the Century 21 Exposition opened its doors to the public.
By Maggie Koerth-Baker
From getting hitched to saving the environment, here's proof you can still be a busybody long after you kick the
Despite this blog's title, I don't think I'm going to make weird sports a daily feature -- but there are so many out there, and new ones cropping up all the time, that I could.
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Okay, so last month was a bust. We can't apologize enough.
Every scientific post should begin with a fun little quiz like this one.
We could use a few extra hands around here. If you're especially talented, looking for something to do this summer, and willing to work for next-to-nothing, this job's for you.
You probably know the story of Imelda Marcos and her, um, shoe problems. But she is hardly the only person to collect an overwhelming number of something that seems absurd to the rest of the world.
Last week, The Independent ran a cheeky photo series on things that make Britain great "“ like blankets, Wimpy Burgers, and pigeons.
Who said counting to 10 calms you down? Every time we try to breathe our way to that blessed number, we end up excited by a whole new list of outrageous stories.