What's the most grotesque story you've ever heard come out of a comic convention? Forget it, this one's even worse!
Intrepid scientists at Japan's National Institute of Genetics have for the first time captured the cerebral light show inside a brain.
Fasting can be a powerful tool. Throughout the ages, peaceful protesters have used it as a means to shine a light on many a humanitarian issue. Then there's this guy, who is fasting (read: pouting) because mommy and daddy took his games away.
Cats want very little out of life. So long as they have a spot of sun to doze in, food, water and a box to do their business, life is kitty heaven. So why is it that we force them to suffer such indignities?
Remember a few weeks back when a petition started going around asking the White House to construct a Death Star for the U.S.? Well, it got enough signatures that the White House had to issue an official response, and though they had to say no, the way they said it is priceless.
On Christmas Day, a 21-year old man from China began playing an unnamed online game at a karaoke center in Guangxi, China. Forty hours later, he was dead, proving, once again, that there is such a thing as gaming too much.
It's a real-life sea monster, the mythical Kraken of old, and until now most of us had only ever seen it dead. But a Japanese team has finally captured the first ever video of the legendary giant squid swimming in its natural habitat, and today they've released some magnificent still photos of the creature.
Image of the Day: Pollution that looks like an Imperial Walker
Go ahead and ask the nearest world leader if they have proof that aliens are real. You'll probably get some version of a "no comment" along with a grin or a chuckle. But apparently, if you ask Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev while he thinks his microphone is off, you get something else entirely.
What is happening, nerd community? First, a guy stabs his cousin to death over some collectible Marvel drinking glasses and now we've got another case of violence almost as grizzly.