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.
More spam comments for your reading pleasure. The promises of riches and fame are heavy in these messages. Check them out for a laugh – but don’t fall for them, they’re all scams.
People of India consider turmeric a medicinal herb as much as a tasty addition to local cuisine. There are many good reasons why.
If you’re a runner looking to add a new twist to your routine, try the Zombies, Run! app. It’s definitely something different.
Because this site has articles on conspiracies, especially the Illuminati, it’s no surprise it gets quite a few hits from those scammers promising to help make you a member. Don’t fall for their crap.
As one state after another legalizes marijuana, one would think the feds aren’t far behind. That might be difficult though because there’s big money out there that wants to keep weed illegal for as long as possible.
Thousands of years before science came along to confirm it, the health benefits of cinnamon were considered common knowledge.
When Gal Gadot starred in Wonder Woman, some feminists got their panties in a bunch over the fact that she didn’t have armpit hair. They’ve got it all wrong.
Black Diamond Social Club provides some advice on how to treat gray hair in men. If you’re going gray, they might have some good tips for you.
Physicist Greg Spriggs has been hunting down old nuclear test films and digitizing them before they disintegrate altogether.
In the beginning of 2017 millions of CIA documents were declassified and uploaded to an online database. There are some pretty weird ones.
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.