15 Obvious Discoveries from the Least Surprising Scientific Studies
Science has done a lot of great things in our time. It’s brought mankind to the surface of the moon and back. It has given us a bountiful supply of food. It has created super-stretch waistbands on pants for people who are as big as the moon because they consume too much food.
14 Crazy Headlines We Might Miss Thanks to the Death of Newspapers
Newspapers have been in a steady decline for awhile now, but now it seems that the industry is knocking on death’s door or at least looking up the address to death’s house on Mapquest and trying to find its way there by asking someone on the way.
13 Ways to Tell You Live in a City with the Highest Traffic Rate
Anyone with a car and a nearby paved street knows that there are more people on the road than ever before. The strangest part is that most of them are in cars.
Science May Help Bring Us One Step Closer to Communicating with Dolphins
Legend has it that humans and dolphins have long possessed some unspoken kinship. And now, we may be very close to actually being able to communicate with them. Scientists are unveiling new findings at the Acoustical Society of America meeting in Hong Kong that could help them develop a special speaker that can take the cries and shrieks of dolphins and translate them into our human languages. Rea
The 10 Grossest Things People Found in Their Food
Last week, a kid in Michigan ordered a roast beef sandwich from a local Arby’s and got the surprise of his life when he took a big bite out of it and discovered a piece of a human finger bouncing around his mouth. The truly horrifying fact is that it’s far from the first time this kind of thing has happened. Here are some other equally disgusting things that have been found in restaurant food or e
12 Lesser-Known Reasons to Be Happy About Being an American
One of America’s greatest exports isn’t a product, a car or even a tangible object. It’s self-esteem. And by that logic, that means Ritalin and cheap whiskey are also our greatest exports.
Bicycle Theft Victim Uses Craigslist to Steal Back His Own Bike
Nothing can ruin a urban dweller’s day more than discovering that their bike has been stolen by some thoughtless thief. One bike rider, however, decided he wasn’t going to just roll on with his life and let them get away with it.
Study: Facebook Users Access Site Through Smartphones More Than Computers
Some of the world’s smallest computers now make up a big part of Facebook’s traffic.
What Cities Are Best for Creating Jobs?
The economy has made it practically impossible to get a job in some corners of the country. Some, however, have had an easier time than others at creating opportunities for the unemployed to become employed once again.
Walmart No Longer Tops Fortune 500 — What Company Does?
Fortune’s annual list of the 500 wealthiest companies didn’t contain many surprises. The biggest surprise, however, wasn’t who made the list but where they made it.