Maybe. And it's an idea that could help explain the existence of the universe itself.
Which is a pretty fucking terrifying thought.
Basically, I am obsessed with Lou Bega and death. But in a way, aren't we all?
Motherboard asked meme traffic expert Neetzan Zimmerman to explain.
The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 in favor of strong, open internet protections.
Those suffering from delusions can find support groups online, but they can also come across shoddy information and scams that can trigger their conditions.
When Facebook sets sail to disconnected markets, what version of the internet will it bring?
A very misguided man in Kansas is suing Edward Snowden, Laura Poitras, and the official promoters of Citizenfour in one of the most annoyingly insane lawsuits in recent memory.
Augmented reality could show one mask to your friends, another to your enemies.
"Columbiners" are mostly young people who often have violent or suicidal thoughts along with a passionate interest in serial killers.
Cryotherapy is supposedly a wonder treatment. Does it really work?
On its face, sex.com looks like a no-frills Pinterest for porn, but behind the site lies an ongoing grudge match between the man who invented online dating and a con artist who stole the crown jewel of the internet out from under him.
The vast majority of the internet's health sites are sending data about your medical searches to corporations.
An interview with Darold Treffert, a researcher who is thinking about ways we can make ourselves smarter.
Weird ethical questions like this one are why the Open Roboethics Initiative exists.
First contact could put us face to face with the apocalypse.
Artists are increasingly interested in visiting anechoic chambers, where the only sound is your own body.
Since 2007, Romania's courts have been giving criminals a choice between prison and disassembling electronics in warehouses.
The Australian Medical Research Council is launching its third inquiry into whether wind farms cause illnesses. But is this just a excuse to slander renewable energy?
Welcome to the world of Watch People Code, a premise which couldn't possibly be any more straightforward and is exactly what it sounds like.
At the turn of the millennium, amateur gunsmith Richard Giza claimed to have achieved the impossible—he'd built a mechanism that eliminated recoil from firearms. No one believed him.
DARPA's researchers are hard at work creating biotechnology straight out of science fiction.
As if we needed more encouragement to hop in an Uber after last call.
Any given time, on any given day, law enforcement could be scooping up your location data using a fake cell phone tower, and you would probably never know about it.