He lives near San Francisco, makes more than $50,000 per year, and is voting for the billionaire to fight against political correctness.
A decade ago, I wrote some fan fiction that continues to distort the truth about a knock-off "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" cartoon. Everything you think you know about "Street Sharks" is a lie.
Our physiological processes become increasingly simple as we age.
Did you know a kid’s cartoon show predicted 3D-printed food in 1962? Check out what else these science-fiction classics got eerily right about today’s technology.
Across America, there's a push to teach kids how to code to fill the skills gap created by the booming tech industry. Are introductory programs a good way for kids to get their feet wet or just a distraction from the real work to be done?
These days, what might be legally considered insider trading is much harder to prosecute.
All records will be hand etched by Tristan Duke who also worked on Jack White’s innovative Lazaretto vinyl. To view the 3D holograms, you simply need a light source above the LP as it spins.
The chemistry behind gin and tonics' chemistry.
In almost every circumstance, hunting is strictly forbidden at national parks. But there's an exception to that rule — hunting at Great Smoky Mountains National Park for an invasive and hugely destructive species: feral hogs.
"I like that there is nothing sexual about him. It makes him even more sexually appealing to me."
For the past 18 years, since defecting from North Korea into the waiting arms of the CIA, she's been living an anonymous life with her husband and three children.
Hydraulic presses have been destroying object after object without pity, but this huge neodymium magnet actually stands up to the big brute.
Fecal transplants have shown promise as treatments for some difficult diseases. Researchers need a lot of poop to study, and they're paying for it.
The longstanding joke about fusion — that it’s the energy source of the future, and always will be — may actually be the field’s biggest problem.
Grandma, like many others, "is not to be trusted with sweets."
The TSA expected to have 25 million people in the PreCheck program by now, but so far only 2.8 million have signed up. Which means empty PreCheck lines — and overstuffed regular lines.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Chromebooks are good, Trump's hair is a weave and big waves are scary.
Invasive species Miconia calvescens, also called the “green cancer” or the “purple plague," has been pushing out native Hawaiian vegetation for decades. Solution? A giant pesticide cannon.
My god. Shaking your head as your opponent is trying to spell and then clapping right in the kid's face? That's just raw. Hell yea. (The taunter, Nihar Janga, and the speller, Jairam Hathwar, went on to share the Spelling Bee title.)
John Foxx had one. As did a-ha, Billy Idol, Berlin, Eurythmics and A Flock of Seagulls. No, we're not talking about hairstyles held up with so much hairspray that they damage several o-zone layers, but something else synonymous with the early eighties — the Roland Juno-60, a polyphonic synthesizer that has seen a recent revival.
"The X-Men campaign marks the first time any brand or company has completely taken over Snapchat. I hate to say it, but: Get used to it."
Keeping all four tires on the road does not really seem to be a point of emphasis for these guys.
Nardwuar has broadcast from CITR 101.9, the University Of British Columbia’s student radio in Vancouver, every Friday afternoon since October 1987, delivering his proudly geeky take on good music. But since the rise of YouTube he’s found a new audience for his gonzo brand of video interviews.
Aluminum revolutionized America’s beverage industry, but at what environmental cost?
How one California university faked students’ scores, skated by immigration authorities — and made a fortune in the process.
This homemade contraption looks like it will do a way better job than most mass market traps.
Get 70% off Lytro’s Illum Camera, which lets you take “living pictures” that you can adjust afterwards.
Participation is booming, but diversity is static in the sport. Why can't the growing sport make room?
Our lack of knowledge of how other organisms cope with time's unstoppable march directly affects our own understanding of human aging.
Memorial day, what with its nice weather, is the first big grilling weekend of the year. Why slave away in a hot kitchen on a beautiful day when you can toil over an open flame in the pounding sunshine for hours? It's the American way!
"As a former Marine, I’ve watched the unraveling of Iraq with a sense of grief, rage, and guilt. As an American citizen, I’ve felt the same, though when I try to trace the precise lines of responsibility of a civilian versus a veteran, I get all tangled up."
On the surface, Doom seems like a clean break from the previous games, merely borrowing the same premise: you’re on the surface of Mars and fighting demons from Hell. But there’s evidence suggesting it’s more, and that id Software found a way to connect the series together. Maybe.
“Untangling the Web” cites Borges, Frued, and Ovid — and that’s just the preface.
"Under Oath" features a bunch of Academy Award winners. And also Sarah Silverman. And boy, the trailer's voiceover guy won't let her hear the end of it.
Obama laid flowers at a memorial to the dead before paying tribute to the people of Hiroshima and calling on humanity to learn the lessons of the past to make war less likely.
Despite the hyperbole, private funding is changing the science of aging for the better.
This metalworker wasn't quite sure what to expect when turning a hardened Tungsten shaft with a ceramic cutting tool. The results are pretty cool.
There might not be a clear cut reason for TSA to not let a prop of a dead body from “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” through security. But there's definitely no reason for anyone to ever try that.
A 49-year-old Pennsylvania woman showed the presence of a rare kind of E. coli infection that is resistant to antibiotics, even Colistin, which doctors sometimes use as a last resort when other antibiotics fail.
After a woman live-streamed her suicide, a teenager broadcast her friend’s rape, and a man narrated his standoff with a Florida SWAT team on video steaming services. We are quickly encountering the dark side of a livestreaming society.