The question as to whether white chocolate is really chocolate is not as cut and dry as one may expect. Today we’ll take a look at both sides of the great white chocolate debate.
A graphic shows a smartphone screen and asks us to determine how many 3’s can be seen. A similar graphic shows a smartphone screen and asks us to count how many times we see the number 4.
A graphic shows several watermelons which have been cut into halves and three-quarters. We are asked to determine how many watermelons are in the picture.
Today we celebrate 12 strange hashtags which trended on social media over the past several years. While some viral stories were deliberately planned by media companies, some were the work of organized pranksters such as 4chan. In other cases, strange things seemed to go viral for no apparent reason at all. This list is by no...
Scientists have created glow-in-the-dark pigs, not once, but twice – in Taiwan back in 2005, and again in China in 2013. In 2014, whiskey-flavored pigs were also developed. Today we take a look back at these unusual stories.
A group of YouTubers scaled a 1,260 foot skyscraper in Shenzhen, China to film a nail-biting selfie.
Harry Potter fans are rejoicing at the prospect of an 8th story in the series, although the latest installment isn’t actually a novel by J.K. Rowling.
Not everyone loves spiders, but as far as creepie crawlies go, this blue metallic spider has such a striking appearance that some readers have asked if it is real or fake.