On the 2011 Czech Republic census, over 15,000 people listed their religion as "Jedi."
By changing one letter at a time to form new words, and leaving all other letters in their original positions, convert the word PASS into the word PLAY in seven (or fewer) steps.
Also known as chromakey (or bluescreen), it used to be something that was reserved mainly for high-flying, blockbuster effects films.
If you've been traumatized by a goat, help is available.
In honor of tonight's BCS National Championship game, tonight's Late Movies take a look at some memorable college football plays.
In this year's Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, undefeated
I have this fantasy that I am harboring a rare, insanely valuable first edition of some obscure book somewhere on my overstuffed bookshelves.
Yesterday, former Expos & Cubs slugger Andre Dawson was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Last month, Scott Allen wrote about the origins of the nicknames of the 10 schools in BCS bowls.
Big news in the field of alcoholic fruit fly research—when fruit flies are offered unlimited amounts of alcohol, they drink until they pass out.
I once thought that it should be very hard to lose something as big as an airplane.
Get ready for another awesome Symphony of Science video! Yes, that's right, more auto-tuned scientists with cool music and video.
If you're reading this post, you probably love trivia and game shows as much of the rest of us _flossers.
You might have already heard about The Cove.
Today's Brain Game asks a single question: What's the next number in the following sequence?
1, 1, 2, 1, 2, 2, 3, ?
Here is the SOLUTION.
The numbers represent
On the Ski Slopes With Avalanche Patrollers.
The antiques world was rocked (okay, more like gently bumped) when a recent episode of Antiques Roadshow estimated a woman's collection of carved Chinese jade objects at $710,000 to $1.07 million