The Nazi Sex Doll Initiative

Erik Sass

It appears the Third Reich pioneered one of the weirder sides of human sexuality—catering to the need of lonely men to have intercourse with inflatable

The Late Movies: Flash Mobs Around the World

Allison Lex

Flash mobs, defined by Webster's as "a group of people who organize on the Internet and then quickly assemble in a public place, do something bizarre, and disperse," have become part of

Plus: Plus-Size Models

David K. Israel

Yesterday I wrote about Google+. Continuing with this week's plus theme, we have plus-size models.

4 Things You Can Do With Dry Ice (Besides Make Fake Fog)

Allison Lex

Dry ice—or solid carbon dioxide, as it’s more specifically called—is a staple item in middle and high school science classes.

If You Want to Succeed in Yacht Rock, You'll Need a Ridiculous Name

Scott Allen

Sparked by a popular online video series by the same name, Yacht Rock, the genre of music produced by artists such as Christopher Cross and Kenny Loggins during the late 1970s and early 1980s, has enj

The Hitchcock Recipe

Colin Patrick

Hitch from Pascal Monaco on Vimeo. I went through a bit of a Hitchcock craze earlier in life, so I really enjoy this short film, Hitch, created by a group of German grad students.

The Ultimate NatGeo Office Email

Jill Harness

Over at the National Geographic office, the following memo recently made its way around the company: Bear Urine—not a joke A package arrived at Geo...(talk about weird) 2 small bottles of Pee.

Vintage NASA Footage: An Underwater Space Odyssey

Chris Higgins

As astronauts train for space voyages, they use the Neutral Buoyancy Space Simulator, which is effectively a very large, very fancy swimming pool with a bunch of equipment in it.

President Nixon's Last Meal

Jason English

Photo Credit: The National Archives Yesterday, Scott Allen discussed "What's Cooking, Uncle Sam?"—an exhibit that explores how the Government has affected America’s food consumption.

Ten Tiny Treasures: Artists and Their Miniatures

Miss Cellania

Art of all kinds gives us pleasure, but when it is scaled down to miniscule sizes, it impresses us with the increased difficulty factor.

Brain Game: Three Twos at Number One

Tuesday Test Time has arrived here at the Brain Game. Good luck! According to the 2010 Census, of the 100 U.S.

Morning Cup of Links: Slaves and Prisoners

Miss Cellania

Forty years ago, the Stanford Prison Experiment shocked the academic world and led to new standards for ethics in psychology studies.

Stereotypical Cartography

Brett Savage

The New York Times Magazine posted an abstract illustration capturing stereotypes all over the world.

Bikini Birthdays: Bathing Suits and Bombs

Stacy Conradt

While many of us were busy celebrating the Fourth last week, an important milestone slipped by us: the birthday of the bikini.

The Late Movies: Happy (Early) Birthday, Bill Cosby!

Erica Palan

There aren't a whole lot of people who could bounce back after supporting something as odious as New Coke, but if anyone could do it, it was Bill Cosby.