How to Lie: Pro Tips from an Undercover Cop, a Lawyer, and a Dominatrix
To get some insight into the world of deceit, we talked to people who have to lie like it's their job.
People Want Autonomous Cars to Protect the Greater Good, But Only After Them
We want other people's cars to sacrifice their passenger if it means saving more lives, but we wouldn't buy one ourselves.
This Is Your Gross Jelly Body on Peer Pressure
CGI artist Albert Omoss' surreal new short proves that giving in to peer pressure is dangerous.
'Call of Duty' Wants to Know If You'll Cut Out Your Lungs to Breathe Underwater
"Call of Duty: Black Ops III" wants to know if you want to be a cyborg (you do).
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These Are the Things You Will Probably Only Ever Do in Video Games
Leave an audio log? Flirt outrageously with everyone? Strafe? There are some gaming actions that should never cross over into our realities.
I Was a Paid Shill for the Tanning Industry
There was a time in my life when I was too broke to care about ethics.
In this comic, Panayiotis Terzis draws an age of brutality and beauty. The pleasure comes out of the pain, and the pain comes out of the pleasure.
I Helped Division I Athletes Cheat in College
For years, I willingly did the economics homework for a number of student athletes. To this day, I don't regret it. Helping them cheat doesn't seem any more unethical than forcing them to learn about how "great" capitalism is in the first place.
Chimpanzees Have Their Own Police, and They Enforce Morality
Next time you're pontificating with your cigarette while talking trash about the Man, remember you're not the only one being held down by the authorities. It turns out chimpanzees, our closest animal relatives, have to deal with police too. One...