The War On Drugs Was A Disastrous Failure, And Johns Hopkins Has A Study To Prove It
Even former President Nixon's aide admits the war on drugs was a con.
Why Your Eyes Are Fooled By The Famous Checker Shadow Illusion
You've likely been fooled, astounded, and enraged by the infamous checker shadow illusion. Here's why it gets you every time.
Hatchets And Blood: Scenes And Stories From The Deadliest Street In The United States
How New York City's Doyers Street became the deadliest street in American history, known forever as The Bloody Angle.
The Peacekeeper Missile, The Nuclear Weapon So Deadly It Had To Be Banned
While this ultra powerful nuclear weapon was too deadly to stay in use, here's your one chance to see the peacekeeper missile in action.
Video Of The Day: The Evidence Of Evolution You Can Find On Your Own Body
From the monkey tendon in your arm to the story behind goose bumps, here's all the evidence of evolution you can find on your own body.
Video Of The Day: Watch A Seahorse Give Birth To 2,000 Babies In 30 Seconds
Most know that male seahorses are the baby bearers of the species. What few know is how shockingly strange seahorse birth actually looks.
New NASA Image Reveals The Universe’s Biggest Cluster Of Monster Stars In The Tarantula Nebula
See the new pictures from Hubble that reveal the Tarantula Nebula's enormous star cluster containing the largest known star in the universe.
Photo Of The Day: You Only Think You Know What’s Happening In This Famous Image
The photographer actually captured something far more impressive than we first thought.
Photo Of The Day: The Glorious Rise And Tragic Fall Of A World Record Mustache
Witness the incredible five-foot-long 'stache that earned John Roy a decades-long reign as the longest mustache world record holder.
New Research Shows That Short Men And Fat Women Get Paid Less
If you've ever thought you were passed over for a job due to the way you look, you may well be right.
Then And Now: The World’s Very First Computer Vs. Today’s Supercomputers
See the world's very first computer and compare its now laughably limited capabilities with those of the amazing supercomputers of today.