Biorhythms: The 1970s Fad That Won a Super Bowl, Killed Clark Gable, and Made America Gaga for Computers
Long before copper bracelets and nanobubbles, the sports world—and America, too—went all-in on the pseudoscience of biorhythms.
Watch two people wrestle while covered in balloons and a man scoff boiled eggs until he's about to vomit.
In 1889, Hall of Fame pitcher Pud Galvin tossed a gem after receiving an injection containing crushed dog and guinea pig testicles, ushering in the era of sports doping.
Turdswallo had a lousy date last night, so he's going to use magic to create his ideal date. Who will it be?
Wi-Fi is always hard to find. In moments of drought, we attempt to connect to unknown networks with dubious names. Other times, for whatever reason, there isn't even any Wi-Fi in reach - not even the supposedly omnipresent The Clou
Phantom Terrains is a project which is mapping the sound of wireless networks, transforming whole cities into sonic wonderlands.
Featuring Stories from Wes Craven, John Carpenter, Clive Barker, and more.
London studio Cohen Van Balen designed prototype structures to genetically enhance natural habitats.
Shit. I’ve been determinedly rubbing this metal skewer for more than 25 minutes and it still doesn’t want to bend. I’m doing everything my metal-bending teacher, Jean-Pierre Girard, has instructed me to: I’m wearing green, stroking the rod tenderly...