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Tag Archives: fact check
This guy blows a .40 on a breathalyzer. Top that.
An amazingly depressing story about 90 teenage girls getting pregnant at one high school, which makes up over 20% of the student female populous.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted an infographic and this one from National Geographic is pretty informative and puts our population and species in perspective.
Not that I think there is much validity to her claim, I admire her candore. After billions of years the Sun finally has an owner — a woman from Spain’s soggy region of Galicia said Friday she had registered the … Continue reading
An actual news story about a man who was threatened and forced to eat some of his own beard.
I haven’t done any actual fact-checking on this but it’s absurd no matter what way you look at it.
A recounting of forgotten quotes throughout history. This was done by Atlanta local comedian Justin Morgan and company. If you get a chance to catch one of his shows I would highly recommend it. He does a killer drunken Michael … Continue reading
Apparently a group called the Institute of Food Research in Norwich is working on a food capsule. Researchers have developed a technology that allows different flavours to be captured inside microscopic capsules, which can be designed to release the flavours … Continue reading
And they got a neat trophy turd with the title. This was rated by The Consumerist. You can read more here.
Um. Apparently there is a $90 two part series that tries to use science and history to prove that Galileo was wrong about Geocentrism. And they are actually holding a conference for all the believers of this theory. One of … Continue reading
New York’s water is some of the most delicious in the land, and it’s filled with teeny-tiny shrimp. They’re called copepods. This is one a guy took photos of under a microscope after H&E staining the sample. They’re 1-2 mm … Continue reading