study

Science

Cats Are Actually Nice, Scientists Find

Sorry, haters.
Jordan Pearson
4.21.19
beer

People Rate Beer More Highly if They Think it's Made by a Man, Study Says

“There’s an assumption that your woman-made craft beer, screwdriver, or roof rack just won’t be as good.”
Bettina Makalintal
4.10.19
humpback whales

A Mysterious Ocean ‘Blob’ Might Have Kept Female Whales From Getting Pregnant

Scientists believe the blob gives us a grim look at how climate change could affect whales.
Sarah Emerson
3.20.19
Sex

People Explain Why Threesomes Are Boring and Evil

A recent study looked into threesomes, but the results seemed so boring that I decided to conduct my own.
Diana Tourjée
2.14.19
fake news

Boomers Share the Most Fake News on Facebook, Study Finds

A new study found that age was the main factor that determined whether someone would spread misinformation on Facebook.
Sarah Emerson
1.10.19
Atmospheric science

Chinese and Russian Scientists Teamed Up to Manipulate the Earth’s Atmosphere

The two countries were responsible for disrupting the planet’s ionosphere in a series of experiments this June.
Sarah Emerson
12.20.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Millennials Aren't 'Killing' Industries, We're Just Broke, Study Finds

According to the Federal Reserve, "Millennials are less well off than members of earlier generations when they were young."
Harry Cheadle
12.3.18
dogs

It's Better to Sleep Next to a Dog than a Man, Study Says

A new study has found that women report better sleep when they share their bed with a dog. Human partners and cats are both disruptive and evil.
Sara David
11.29.18
Science

People In Cold Places Drink More, Study Finds

Alcohol, better than a parka.
Mack Lamoureux
11.26.18
addiction

Study Says Students Would Rather Go Without Food than Without Their Phones

Research into smartphone addiction is still in its preliminary stages, but folks: It's looking bleak.
Jelisa Castrodale
11.21.18
Sextortion

What It's Like to Experience Sextortion as a Teen

In 2016, the Department of Justice called sextortion "the most significantly growing threat to children.” This month, a new study asked over 5,000 teens directly about their experiences with sextortion.
Kimberly Lawson
10.12.18
urban legends

Does the Full Moon Really Make People Crazy?

An investigation.
Sam Nichols
10.4.18
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