There’s at Least a 39 Percent Chance We’re Alone in the Observable Universe
A new report from researchers at the Future of Humanity Institute reworked the Drake equation to include scientific uncertainty and found there’s a pretty good chance we’re the only intelligent life in the universe.
A Modder Brings Multiplayer to the Virtual Boy, Nintendo’s Most Anti-Social Console
Friends not included.
Why You Should Actually Look Forward to Being Alone Forever
We asked a psychologist about how playing the long game as someone who doesn't commit to romantic relationships can pay off.
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You Can Spend Valentine’s Day in This Chatroom with Other 'Lonely Cyber-Souls'
Because, honestly, Valentine's Day sucks when you're single and you should talk to someone about it—even if virtually.
Lonely People Are More Likely to Think Inanimate Objects Are Alive
Here’s some science sure to brighten your day.