In some ways, it definitely did.
In the end, I started taking sips of booze just for the pleasure of the shocks.
Urban legend has it that foods like pineapple make your cum or vagina taste good, while stuff like stinky cheese makes your junk taste rank. To find out if there's any validity to this, we had a male-male and female-female couple try a sex experiment.
If I'd stuck to a regulation dosage I could have been productive and outstanding. But I have zero self discipline and I never stood a chance.
Every night, I listened to a recording of my own voice repeating: "I will sleep so deeply tonight; I will have a restful night and wake up feeling awake and alert."
We spent a month saying horrible and nice things to some apples to see if it would really make them decompose quicker.
Aside from infecting myself with a deadly disease, I was open to everything.
Heart disease is the newest ailment your phone can theoretically warn you about. But all these future tech promises may not be as life-changing as we think.
I met with Hunter Lee Soik, the 33-year-old behind Shadow—an app that lets you record your dreams upon waking and enter them into a massive database.
I taught lab rats to trade in the foreign-exchange and commodity-futures markets. With the help of these rodents, I managed to outperform some of the world's leading human fund managers.
Following the media attention and the millions of views garnered by the recent "10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman" video, people have been clamoring to recreate the same video all over again.
Other websites have been playing around with data and algorithms for years.
After watching 74 YouTube videos and parsing 108 Google search pages, not a single one could tell me if burqas were comfortable or how Americans react to seeing someone resembling the Grim Reaper float by them in line at Starbucks. So, I figured that the
There's an old wives' tale that claims that eating cheese before bed makes you dream weird and incredible things. For serious?