• Odd News
    The Oldest Tree in the World

    The oldest tree has a root system nearly 10,000 years old, meaning it germinated at the end of the Ice Age. Today we cover the discovery of “Old Tjikko”.

  • Health
    Side Effects of Retinol (AKA Vitamin A)

    Indispensable for skin care and healthy vision, Retinol (vitamin A) is safe when taken in the recommended daily allowance, but there can be side effects.

  • Hoaxes & Rumors
    Horned Woman: Real or Fake?

    A picture circulating on social media shows an elderly Chinese woman with a horn protruding from her forehead. Is this image real or fake? Today we’ll take a closer look.

  • Odd News
    Cockroaches Can Make Group Decisions.

    Can cockroaches make group decisions? Today we’ll take a look at three scientific experiments that indicate that they can make simple, collective decisions.

  • Odd News
    Corpse on Mount Everest Used as Landmark

    In 2012, CBC News reported that there were over 200 human bodies on Mount Everest, some of which were used as landmarks when navigating the mountain.

  • Hoaxes & Rumors
    Did a 1997 episode of “The Simpsons” Predict Ebola?

    Some conspiracy theorists have claimed that the recent Ebola flare-up was intentionally predicted in an episode of “The Simpsons” which aired in 1997.

  • Reviews
    Graze Box Review: Is the Service Worth it?

    Reviews of, a website which offers a variety of healthy snacks which are delivered to costumers for a fee per box.

  • Hoaxes & Rumors
    Did an Arch Survive a 1945 Atomic Blast and 2011 Earthquake?

    A series of photos claims that an arch (or torii) survived both an atomic bomb blast and a 2011 earthquake / tsunami in Japan. Is this true or false?