Science says that a bunch of seemingly innocuous things we do on a regular basis secretly mark us as grade-A jerks.
As Marvel developed its increasingly convoluted cinematic universe they proved even they weren't exempt from the occasional misstep.
There's a good chance that when you learn about tragedies on television you will care far more about smaller tragedies where only one person died.
Some brave scientists get around the ethics board by using themselves as guinea pigs.
NIMH was a real place and their rat experiments were way darker than the book, movie or your nightmares depicted!
There's a good chance that Future Earth will look like a 5-year-old's attempt at making the planet out of mismatched Lego pieces.
Science may not be as adorable as a kitten on a wire, but it works.
So much of your personality is dictated by seemingly random nonsense you're not even aware of.
Sitcoms lied to us.
Human Innovation is an unstoppable steamroller, until it collides with the steamroller that is Human Stupidity.
We often joke that science is a form of dark magic, but now we're kinda starting to believe it.
A lot of wacky misunderstandings happen when you're cruising around in a beemobile.
Veterinarians kill themselves at four times the rate of the general population -- that's twice as likely to commit suicide as dentists and other medical practitioners.
You'll pretty much be the next Gordon Ramsay after reading this -- complete with excessive swearing.
Science has given you permission to eat more chocolate.