Geek & Sci-Fi
If Santa's Christmas Eve journey followed the laws of physics, it would create a global catastrophe.
Up on the rooftop click, click, click. Here's some science about old Saint Nick.
Have you been wondering just what Toronto mayor Rob Ford has been putting his brain through?
The notorious "silent but deadly" fart -- is it real? Let's go to the science.
It may feel like your heart, but it’s mostly in your head.
ThunderCats would have been far more unsettling if it had any scientific integrity.
How much should you stress about stress? Let's go to the science.
What would happen if you never slept again? Let's go to the science.
Why does a "broken heart" feel so painful? Let's go to the science.
What would happen if you just stopped going outside altogether?
DuckTales would have been far more unsettling if it had any scientific integrity.
John Green looks at medical conditions including Retired Husband Syndrome and Exploding Head Syndrome.
Hank Green explains why hangovers make you feel so miserable, and reveals the only true hangover remedy.
Do you need (or want) to memorize the period table of elements -- in order? This catchy tune can help.
The average person will spend 20,160 minutes of their life kissing. Have you ever wondered why?
A film so small it had to be created by nanophysicists at IBM.
TMNT would have been far more unsettling if it had any scientific integrity.
Which hurts more, giving birth or a getting kicked in the privates?
Have you ever wondered why your face leaks when you're sad or emotional?
CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield demonstrates how astronauts sleep in space.
Everything you ever wanted to know about how cats work, in less than three minutes.
Ronan the sea lion is the first non-human mammal ever known to find and keep a beat.
Why do we get goosebumps? And do they serve any purpose?
Everyone knows adding water to an oil fire is a terrible idea, but just how bad of an idea is it?