Why Is Heart Cancer So Rare?

We usually keep things pretty mild around here, but geeks love science and what is more scientific than trying to figure out why heart cancer is so rare? It is the kind of video that opens your eyes and makes you think about something completely differently after seeing it. Plus, we can all learn a […]

Should We Bring Extinct Animals Back to Life If We Can?

Well, I think if any of you are looking at the title of this video and article, you must have flirted with the same thought as me for at least ONE second. Something along the lines of “Hell no, didn’t you see Jurassic Park!?” But in all actuality, the truth of the scientific weight of […]

Can Flubber Protect an iPhone SE from a 100 FT Drop Test?!

So apparently, flubber is now a thing you can make at home. Sadly, it will not become sentient like the classic Jerry Lewis and Robin Williams’ movie. What it WILL do might impress you, though, as someone encased an iPhone SE in the stuff and then dropped it off a building. Now if you’ll excuse […]

Newspaper Tells Us What We Already Knew, Gamers Rule

But kids, show this to your parents next time they tell you video games will rot your brain while they spend nine hours on social media, uploading Instagram pictures of what they wore and ate that day. (Reddit)

Smaller Fish Using Jellyfish As Moving Predator Shield

Have you ever seen a Jellyfish unknowingly protect a school of baby Yellowtails, from an attacking group of Trumpetfish?      First things first, a big shout out to Imgur for making the internet a far more interesting place. That stated, I will admit, when I first saw this I was in awe. I know […]

The Cycloid Drawing Machine: A Fascinating Spirograph Creator

Since childhood, most geeks have been attracted to the Spirograph. Simple enough in execution, but exquisite in detail, they are science, math, art, and geometric magic, all merged in one. Joe Freedman of Leaf may have taken that appreciation of the Spirograph even further with his remarkable Cycloid Drawing Machine. So what is a Cycloid […]

9 Science Experiments That Ended in Disaster

Science can be really cool. But it can also be really deadly. That’s what’s so funny about science. You could discover something that will forever change the course of the world, but in the process, that very thing could kill you (and, or others). Here are 9 science experiments that ended like something out of […]

20-Sided Dice So Visually Impaired Can Play ‘Dungeons and Dragons’

So this is a 20-sided-dice to help the visually impaired play Dungeons and Dragons. It just shows you there is still awesome left in the world! And one side note, that thing looks like it could do some damage if you tossed it at a kobold. You have to play D&D to truly appreciate that […]

My ‘Hands-On’ Experience with A Hands Free Electric Scooter (That Is Essentially A Hoverboard)

This is called a hands free electric scooter. It is basically a Segway without handles, and about as close as we can possibly come right now to the existence of an actual hoverboard. A friend of mine procured six of them (you read that correctly) and wanted to see what I thought. So how do […]

Canadian Man Sets Guinness World Record for ‘Farthest Flight by a Hoverboard’

Yes, you read that title correctly. While it may not be the hoverboard we were all wishing for when we first saw Back to the Future 2, this is about as close as we have come yet. Jeez, I didn’t even know this thing existed and people are already breaking records on the thing? Man, […]

Feast Your Eyes on This Old-School Weather Model

Modern meteorology is nothing short of amazing. The way they can use doppler radar to track a storm front, where it is going, and how long it will be there is a marvel of modern science (even if the weatherman are off here and there), But you take a look at this old school weather […]

The Secret of Why #2 Pencils Are Used On Tests

Number two, I knew I would get to the bottom of your devious secrets sooner or later. Seriously, this is why we use #2 pencils on tests. This has been bugging me for years. Cool side note, if you run some chapstick over the answer reader, it is rumored the scantron cannot process the answers […]