Highlighting the remarkable
This ad is fucking awesome. Really.
Katherine Johnson was the NASA mathematician responsibile for the calculations that resulted in…
September 11th: from united to divided
USA depicted by the New Zealand Herald
Quite a powerful illustration of the USA …
Heineken vs Grolsch - how is this possible?
One of them is wrong
I bought two cans of beer today. A 500ml can of Grolsch 5% and a 500ml can of Heineken 5%. …
You have a right to your own opinion but not your own facts
Can both people be right at the same time?
A famous quote says that "just beacuse you are right, does not mean, I am wrong." But one of…
Just because someone is in a management position doesn't mean they'll act for the good
Flawed types do very well for themselves.
Just because someone is smart enough to get into a leadership position doesn't mean that they act…
The science behind bombing people
Bombs and angry people don't mix.
Apparently the only thing harder to understand than rocket science is bomb science. …
Confused economics professor thinks Amazon stores can replace libraries
"But you don't have to pay taxes!"
Panos Mourdoukoutas is apparently a Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at Long…
How to convince others you're innocent when accussed of a crime
Pretending to be perfect is likely to lower your credibility.
The psychology of deception has long been an interest of mine and one of the most powerful questions…
The gay pride community (LGBT) may be about to represent peadophiles / peadosexuals
It's out of control.
For decades, the gay community wanted to move away from being considered a mental health problem and…
Sometimes your first idea is the best idea
Why do great ideas crash while crap ones soar?
I try to avoid driving through the St John's Wood area in London as much as possible. The traffic…
Experts discover simple way to help you remember information
A study by the University of Waterloo in Canada has found that you are more likely to remember…
Consumers given iPhone 4 instead of an iPhone X can't tell the difference
Proof that people don't have a clue what they're buying.
Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel went out on the streets of LA to give random consumers a chance to check…