All Zombie Shows Have This One Flaw


The Fatal Flaw of Zombies From The Walking Dead to Dawn of the Dead, from 28 Days Later to Dead Rising, anything that contains zombies has this logical fallacy: A zombie apocalypse is factually impossible. Given the behavior you normally see in books and movies, even with fast zombies, the zombie method of spreading infection (bites or […] Read more »

This Fan Theory Just Changed The Way We See Back To The Future. Mind Blown.


As everyone already knows, we unfortunately don’t have flying cars, hover boards or re-hydrated pizza as predicted in Back to the Future II. But as this fan theory suggests, maybe there’s a reason for it. Doc Brown originally invented the time machine as a way to explore and bring enlightenment to mankind, but after several barely […] Read more »

Google Trends: Don’t Go There if You Want to Like People

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Google Trends, on the surface, seems like a brilliant idea. Let’s add up all the internet searches across the planet and show what’s being searched for the most. For businesses this could be useful to keep up with marketing trends. Sociologists and other researchers can use this data to glean key insights into the human condition. […] Read more »

Arnold Schwarzenegger Performs All of His Movies in 6 Minutes


Ok, not every single movie, but all of the ones that really matter. Prepare to have all of your favorite Arnold Schwarzenegger scenes utterly destroyed in “so bad it’s amazing” B movie effects style. Yes, they did that scene from True Lies. This feature aired on the Late Late Show with James Corden, check it […] Read more »

Internet Explorer is Dead and All Are Rejoicing


Internet Explorer, undeniably the worst blight to ever grace the pages of Internet history is finally being put out of it’s misery. Microsoft announced it’s decision not to feature the buggy, bloated and oft incompatible software in the new release of Windows 10. It will still be hanging around for legacy browser software support, but the […] Read more »

New Dragon Species Discovered in Madagascar

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A new species of dragon has recently been discovered in Madagascar. Draco Sanguis, named for the blood red coloring on the belly and webbing of their wings, this new species has just emerged in the wilds of Madagascar. It’s relationship to the dragons in Indonesia is purely speculation at this point. In relationship Draco Sanguis, due to it’s […] Read more »

What Does it Take to Be One of The First Colonists on Mars?


Apparently, an emotionally scarred childhood: Made by Stateless Media. With launch scheduled nearly a decade away, the first Mars Colonization project is in progress on choosing the prime candidates for the mission. And what question is on everyone’s mind? “What about sex?”, of course. Yes, colonists will be discouraged from having sex due to the […] Read more »