Zesty Things contributor and technical guru Sharif Jameel talks about his personal techniques that he uses to help prevent sleep paralysis (which he has had since he was a teenager).
Sometimes even those in the highest places get taken for a ride. It happens to the best of us – but this one is pretty funny.
Blues Saraceno might not come to your mind when guitar virtuosos are mentioned – but there’s no doubt he’s incredible.
Sleep paralysis affects millions. One sufferer writes about all the scary episodes and about how he came to find out his experience had a name.
If you’re a runner looking to add a new twist to your routine, try the Zombies, Run! app. It’s definitely something different.
Physicist Greg Spriggs has been hunting down old nuclear test films and digitizing them before they disintegrate altogether.
Every year in mid-July, the most influential men in the world meet at Bohemian Grove, an off-limits area of Monte Rio, CA. What do they do there?
Thousands of products claim to produce negative ions under the premise they are a healthful addition to the environment. What’s the truth about negative ions?
Have the movies and TV shows gotten it right? If there really was a zombie apocalypse, what would happen to the world – realistically?
It might seem impossible to pull data from a computer that’s not connected to the Internet. Air-gapped systems are among the most secure. But that doesn’t mean unhackable.
If you’ve ever wanted to get a stationary bike, the Schwinn 130 might be right for you. Check out this review from a real owner of one.
There could be over 100,000 intelligent civilizations in our galaxy. So why haven’t we heard from them? Welcome to The Fermi Paradox.