DNA: that microscopic little building block of life that makes us all the same, but grants us with distinct differences. But for as common as DNA is, it can be a tough subject to understand. Here are ... [more]
Plastic can be found (in some form) in nearly every man-made object in our world today. But how long has this material been running rampant through our lives?
We all know the internet is big. But did you know it's practically impossible to measure? Here's a little perspective.
A good man is well-read. The books, or lack thereof, on your shelf reveal a lot about you. Spice up your home library with these good reads that offer a diversity of interests and a wide knowledge ... [more]
When pondering the ins-and-outs of the religious denomination most famous for refusing modern convenience, a question arises: how far does this predilection for simple living go? Does it extend to a ... [more]
First isolated in coffee back in 1820, caffeine is the tacit drug of choice for millions as it can be found in numerous popular beverages and medications. Not a lot of people stop to appreciate what ... [more]
In the history of video game characters, it could be argued that none are quite as iconic as Mario and his brother Luigi from the ubiquitous Mario Bros. franchise. You would be hard pressed to find a ... [more]
In Jaws, Quint notes that his monstrous prey is 25 feet long. Is this remotely realistic? Did Peter Benchley and Steven Spielberg lie to us?
Hacking has been around as long as computers as a way to reconfigure or reprogram a system to give access to someone who otherwise shouldn’t have access. In the media, any electronics manipulation ... [more]