Facebook’s “pride” react leading to homosexual curiosity among straight males

Could Facebook be making you gay? Facebook quietly launched the “pride” react last week, a rainbow flag reaction that can be applied to Facebook posts and comments in place of a Like. A poll conducted on Sunday revealed a stunning correlation – the pride react on Facebook may be leading to homosexual and pansexual curiosity…

Pyongyang Circus giraffes give birth to their own performers

Yes, you read that correctly! While most of the world has been anxiously awaiting the birth of April’s baby giraffe at Animal Adventure Park, the Pyongyang Circus out of North Korea has reported that not one, but two of their giraffes have given birth to healthy human babies who are slated to become circus performers by the…

MIT “DadBOT” experiment stagnant nearly one year later

An experiment that was quietly launched by several members of the MIT AI Labs Team last year has failed to yield any positive results so far. Touted as an “exciting experiment,” the program is designed to receive questions from users via social media platforms, and then an autonomous “bot” provides advice or counsel in the…

Silencing your cell phone may signal a higher IQ

A woman is sitting in a cafe talking to a friend, and her cell phone starts ringing. She looks at it, decides not to take the call, and silences the call using the button provided. Across the cafe, another woman hears her phone ring. She looks at it, decides not to take the call, and sets her cell phone back…