The eye chart with the big "E" on top is called a Snellen Chart.
At the blog Overthinking It, a delightful roundtable has assembled to overthink the economics of the Death Star, as seen in Star Wars.
On Fridays, I post a series of unrelated questions meant to spark conversation in the comments. Answer one, answer all, respond to someone else's reply, whatever you want.
Last year we had a fun time sharing awesome things to celebrate the release of Neil Pasricha's The Book of Awesome.
So last week, I told about half the story of my recent adventure to Belgium and Luxembourg, where I was looking for atmospheric abandoned chateaus to film inside for a book trailer I'm making for
In 1999 NASA lost $125 million because a team of engineering contractors erroneously used English measurements rather than metric.
1. Tiankeng Sinkhole, Xiaozhai,
It's an all-new 5-day trivia hunt!
Co-puzzle Master Josh Halbur and I are happy to bring you the next How Did You Know?
Man Dressed as Cow Steals 26 Gallons of Milk
A man dressed in a cow costume went into a Walmart store in Stafford, Virginia, filled a cart with 26 gallons of milk and wheeled out of the store without
Free-for-All Friday is a number sequence challenge for today. Enjoy!
What's the missing number in the following series?
1, 5, 15, 34, 65, ?, 175, etc.
Here is my SOLUTION.
What is Beneath the Temple Mount? An archaeologist shares the wonder of digging under the crossroad of three world religions.
Royal Wedding unites the world in mathematical lunacy.
As we did last week for the Thursday night edition of The Late Movies, the music clips below all have a common theme. Take your best guess in the comments!
Lisa Loeb - Stay (I Missed
• There's nothing newfangled about mushrooms.
YES! You can play this challenge/contest without knowing a thing about the weekly hunt! It's sort of a one-off - a stand-alone if you will.
It's a guarantee that in this year's NFL Draft, a future Hall of Famer will be selected after someone who never plays a down in the league.
A hapax legomenon (often abbreviated just to hapax) is a word which appears only once -- in a language, a single written work, or the entire body of work of a given author.