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The Exciting And Ever Ongoing Scientific Story Of The Infinite Cosmic Genome App

The Exciting And Ever Ongoing Scientific Story Of The Infinite Cosmic Genome App

by Kylie Sturgess
Curiouser and Curiouser
December 3, 2013

When it comes to curiosity, The Incomplete Map of the Cosmic Genome is here to help—as a different kind of guide to modern thoughts on why we are as we are and why the Universe is as it is.

Rest in Peace, Sylvia

by Bryan Farha
Online Extras
November 25, 2013

One of the world’s most popular alleged psychics and spiritual mediums in history, Sylvia Browne, died on November 20, 2013 at age 77 (although she predicted on CNN that she would live to age 88).

Bigfoot Files: Science, Skepticism and the True Believers

Bigfoot Files: Science, Skepticism and the True Believers

by Sharon Hill
Sounds Sciencey
November 22, 2013

There is a small, elite group of skeptics who know their Bigfootery. That’s right, the Bigfoot skeptics.

Be Happy If You Want To: How I Became a Raëlian (Part One)

Be Happy If You Want To: How I Became a Raëlian (Part One)

by Carrie Poppy
Poppycock
November 8, 2013

Ross and I scurry into the Raëlian Happiness Academy four days late. The whole thing is supposed to last six days, but we will only be there two. They are the most important two—the final meditations and the baptism, which occurs on the last day.

Another Tower Fell: My Months with the 9/11 Truthers

Another Tower Fell: My Months with the 9/11 Truthers

by Carrie Poppy
Poppycock
November 1, 2013

Here in Los Angeles, there are two prominent Truther groups seemingly in competition. We have been attending the biggest and most active one. About twenty-five people attend each meeting. Each one is four to five hours long and mostly consists of Abel showing us YouTube videos and steamrolling conversations.

Identified Flying Objects

Identified Flying Objects

by Kyle Hill
Reductio ad Absurdum
October 30, 2013

If aliens really did visit Earth, we would quickly confirm their presence with the most distributed evidence in the history of human sharing. “Viral” wouldn’t even begin to describe it.

Pacu Panic: Swallowed Hook, Line, and Sinker

Pacu Panic: Swallowed Hook, Line, and Sinker

by Sharon Hill
Sounds Sciencey
October 25, 2013

First, it was found in Danish waters. And then France. Then in New Jersey. A fish, normally found in the Amazon, was scaring the pants ON fishermen around the world. Why be scared of a pacu? Teeth and what it was rumored to eat.

Diamonds: A Doctor’s Best Friend

Diamonds: A Doctor’s Best Friend

by Kyle Hill
Reductio ad Absurdum
October 17, 2013

When crystals really do generate happiness, health, and well-being, diamonds are everyone’s best friend.

Of Stars and Scientific Phenomena – Interview With Professor Brian Cox

Of Stars and Scientific Phenomena – Interview With Professor Brian Cox

by Kylie Sturgess
Curiouser and Curiouser
October 3, 2013

He is the United Kingdom’s, and perhaps the world’s, foremost communicator of all things scientific. Professor Cox is best known as the presenter of a number of science programmes for the BBC, boosting the popularity of subjects such as astronomy and physics.

Ghost Meters: I Can Name that Ghost in 5 Milligauss

Ghost Meters: I Can Name that Ghost in 5 Milligauss

by Sharon Hill
Sounds Sciencey
October 1, 2013

Why do paranormal investigations use EMF meters? Turns out, they don't even know why. This is what happens when the paranormal gets sciencey. It isn't pretty but there is beeping and flashing lights.

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