The saddest thing about a conspiracy mindset is the part where imagining everyone is out to get you implies your life matters to someone else.
If the fates of the Harvey Weinsteins and Louis C.K.s of the world didn't convince you, maybe Science will.
No, a screenshot of "Steve Rogers" in Times Square in Captain America does not show evidence for a planned pandemic. Of course it doesn't. But this ding-dong who got dunked on sure thought so.
If you've never even read the abstract from David Dunning and Justin Kruger's "Unskilled and Unaware of it" but still insist on referring to the Dunning-Kruger Effect to try and dunk on someone, there's a good chance you fall under its purview.
80's kids will remember "Chunk" from The Goonies. Well that affable little Hawaiian-shirted, truffle shuffler is now rapidly becoming the template for young Americans;...
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is basically astrology for slightly-less-dumb people. Nonetheless, it's probably the most popular personality assessment in the world.
You're arguing politics with a random stranger on the Internet, reasonably sharing facts that support your argument while asking for them to do the...
Have you ever encountered an idea so stupid that the only response it deserves is to do something exponentially stupider?
This year's turkey day table conversation is going to be fire. Bring gasoline.
In 1998, Anthropologist Wade Davis published Shadows in the Sun: Travels to Landscapes of Spirit and Desire: “There is a well known account of an...