This incredible rock face was spotted in the below image of a Martian valley captured in 2014 by NASA's Curiosity rover. Here is the high-res version. While it may remind you of the debunked "Face on Mars" imaged by the Viking Orbiter in 1976, I think this one really is the head of a crumbling extraterrestrial statue honoring the great Martian leader Pareidolia.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. No matter how much we progress as a species, our core, primal desires rarely change. Moreover, some would even argue that our insistence on distancing ourselves from the more primitive outlets for dopamine hits is one factor behind increased anxiety rates. Consequently, there are several… READ THE REST
Dolphins "kinda pee their names", reports Sci Show on YouTube, summarizing cross-modal perception of identity by sound and taste in bottlenose dolphins and press coverage of the study. Do we really need cursive anymore? When I was learning how to write in the antiquated script, teachers constantly reassured me that I would need cursive to… READ THE REST
The above clip reportedly recorded inside a shop in Muzaffarpur, Bihar, Indian seems to depict the cryptozoological cousin of a bodega cat. What the hell is this mystery monster? A furless civet? Mongoose? Demogorgon? (TimesNow) READ THE REST
A standard lighter can give out in the wind, run out of lighter fluid, and burn your finger with the flint wheel. Sounds like a lot of obstacles and inconveniences just to get a flame going. The Slimline is changing the game for the traditional lighter and finally making way for a modern-efficient lighter that'll make your life much… READ THE REST
When you've got money, you make a deposit at the bank. When you have a stack of important files, you stick them in a file cabinet. But what about your tiniest valuables — you can't just store them in your pocket or your bathroom drawer, as they'll easily get lost or overlooked. And considering the fact… READ THE REST
Everyone knows the awful feeling; you have an important thought, but you don't have anywhere to jot it down, and before you know it the thought is gone. For those of us without a photographic memory, it's vital to be able to record our thoughts so they aren't lost forever. If you're someone who is sick of… READ THE REST