A TikTok creator is using glossolalia to demonstrate what languages sound like, even without real words or content.
"It's an incredibly long time," Hodder says in 'To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story,' now available for streaming on Shudder.
A viral Space Shuttle launch video reveals fascinating commentary by NASA aerospace engineers from shortly before the program's retirement in 2011.
Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps has committed a million dollars to a campaign to legalize psilocybin therapy in Oregon.
The folks at Disney+ have some stipulations for anyone using the #MayThe4th hashtag to celebrate 'Star Wars' Day.
An aquarium owner noticed his sea urchins covering themselves with rocks and other objects, so he started 3D printing goofy hats. But a marine biologist confirms that sea urchins are making more than fashion statements.
The USPS is suffering a drop in postal revenue during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but you can help by buying stamps or dressing up your dog in this very silly costume.
Inside a viral video calling out the government for its inadequate response to the coronavirus pandemic and the man behind it: a working class comedian with a long history of taking on powerful interests.
Veterinary behaviorists have learned multiple ways to deepen the relationship between you and your cat, so you can stop worrying about them being so annoyed at your for stealing their favorite spot on the couch.
A new 'GTA Online' update is the first to add new Contact Missions to the game in almost a year, offering players the opportunity to get back into the drug business in a big way.
Although Dracula may be in hell (for now), there are still many dangers ahead in season 4 of the Netflix series 'Castlevania.'
While you may be stuck inside, shelter in place, the fiftieth Earth Day is going digital and there's lots of ways you can celebrate.
A dressmaker has turned her skilled hands to elaborate cracker recipes in response to a joke tweet by comedian Michael Ian Black.
A video reportedly from Iran depicts a man scooping up a dog trapped on a highway median and running across multiple lanes of dangerous traffic.
Dr. Roman Wittig thinks that "spatial distancing" would be a better term to use, since socializing brings benefits that are necessary, particularly during a global pandemic.
Nic Pizzolatto, creator of HBO's 'True Detective,' rejects the cinematic portrayal of Batman as a man driven by his childhood trauma.
Owain Wyn Evans, weather presenter for the BBC's nightly 'North West Tonight,' has incorporated some powerful drum solos into his at-home broadcast.
April 16 marks the first day of filming for the last good "Star Trek: The Original Series"' movie and the 274th anniversary of a battle that would become a sci-fi staple.
April 15 marks a day in science that inspired science fiction forever. It's also the anniversary of one of the best episodes of 'Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.'
Remarkable events from the history of science and new science fiction releases, plus birthdays and other anniversaries for fans of speculative fiction.
From historical videos to movie anniversaries, here are some reasons to perk up and celebrate April 13, even if it is a Monday.
$1.2 million dollars has been raised for a poker tournament benefitting Feeding America and featuring a huge roster of celebrities. Here's how to watch.
We've got a picture of a cloned kitten and seven other stories of good news from around the world to share.
Oklahoma Bigfoot sightings turned out to be a viral coronavirus pandemic initiative in disguise. We tracked down Social Distance Sasquatch and got him on the record.
Micronations may not be recognized by other countries, but they're weathering the coronavirus pandemic just like the rest of us.
Cartoons have taught us how to beat up world leaders, how to eat our vegetables and how to hunt rabbits. A new trending hashtag celebrates everything cartoons have brought us.
Check out our exclusive cover reveal for bestselling science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson's upcoming novel 'The Ministry for the Future.'
Josh Gad and Disney animator Hyrum Osmond are working together (from home) to bring new 'Frozen' shorts to YouTube.