Said to be inspired by blue whales, a new sinister craze is sweeping across Russian Facebook groups. Teenagers are taking their own lives after participating in a blue whale game, leaving baffled parents and researchers in their wake. Over 130 deaths have been reported so far, and teenagers are scrambling to take their own lives at…
Dr. Daniel Dopps, a chiropractor from Wichita, Kansas has unveiled his latest invention, which was designed with women in mind. The revolutionary and safe solution for women who want more control over their monthly menstrual cycle is called Mensez, a proprietary combination of amino acids and natural oils that comes in a lipstick applicator. With a…
The new law, which went into effect January 10, declares the city of Columbia is now a Juggalo-Free Zone.
Samsung is starting off the new year with a bang, minus the third degree burns we have come to expect. With the announcement of three new phone releases for 2017, Samsung is really counting on the fact that there is someone out there stupid enough to buy another Samsung phone. The mid-range Galaxy A 2017 series includes the…
Is there a danger lurking in these seemingly harmless brain-boosting supplements?
The National Weather Service is predicting excessive rainfall and extreme weather for many areas of the country once again. These weather warnings have many people asking: is vaping to blame?
Cloud seeding is no secret. But it’s no science, either. Researchers are concerned that the chemicals being used to control the weather are causing a troubling epidemic in America. They warn that there may be another reason for the chemical disruption of our atmosphere.
There appears to be a mutual, interactive process occurring between humans and food that suggests the formation of a close personal relationship between the two.
It’s being called the Tool effect, and researchers say it has the exact opposite reaction on the brain as the Mozart effect. Rock-and-roll music listeners are likely suffer from lower IQ, impaired communication abilities, and may even have a tendency to be violent.
Two scientists who worked for human cloning centers have recently spoken out. Under the condition of anonymity, they talk about what they witnessed — and what’s coming.