And more than a few are hilarious!
A dropped penny won't kill you, alcohol doesn't keep you warm, and swallowed gum doesn't take seven years to digest. These are just three of more than fifty rumors debunked in this compendious collection of common myths and misconceptions.
Here's a list with 19 awesome things you might not have seen yet. (Thank you goes to anonymous submitter). 1. Aerial view of Central Park, New York 2. Secondhand mobile phone market - China 3. Ship & tugboat - Corinth Canal, Greece 4. Magdeburg...
The Atlantic covers news and analysis on politics, business, culture, technology, national, international and life on the official site of The Atlantic Magazine.
The Egg - Andy Weir
13. What do you hate most about the dating process? (You want them to tell you so you can avoid it) ;)
With over 4,5 billion web pages now active on the internet is it any surprise that within that mass there exists what could best be described as anomalies? Some of these "anomalies" simply display...
Okay guys, pay attention. We have been polling women everywhere to compile a list of Things Women Wish Men Knew.
In the last 50 years there have been two major threats to life on our planet. The first, the nuclear arms race and its near disaster of 1962, was narrowly averted by President John F. Kennedy and ...
Philosophy is a fascinating branch of wisdom. However these esoteric ideas are sometimes difficult to translate into practical application. What are all of those thoughts, suppositions and theories actually good for? How can an understanding of philo...
Eight tracks including music by Bad Brains, Black Flag and Minor Threat
3D animated origami video instructions / tutorial to make a flapping bird, a peace crane and a football shirt by folding a sheet of paper.
I think this is an amazing piece of work that should be shown on every channel on every TV station in every country. Not even 5mins long and blows the official theory out the water. Excellent vid. Enjoy and pass around.
enjoy the timeless wisdom of the Tao beautifully rendered in CSS with zen garden simplicity
'Drugs and Mysticism', by Walter N. Pahnke