John Adams drank a tankard of hard cider each day and had the occasional beer for breakfast.
Today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game is a new Monday Math Square. This one might be a little tougher than usual, so we've spotted you one digit (the 2) to help get you started.
April Fools Day on the Web is a database that lists all the shenanigans on the internet every April 1st.
In September of 1965, the Beatles were the hottest act in the history of show business.
In addition to their millions of record and album sales and their sold out concerts all over the world, the F
We shall, from time to time, add a Bard-in-Residence to the masthead. This is the first of those times.
In case you weren't obsessively refreshing mentalfloss.com all week, here's what you
Robot Revolution / Cylon update: under the category of bionics / Dr Frankenstein, "Can you build a human body?"
An addicting little game that you should be able to figure out most of the
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Hanging is a pretty simple way to kill someone.
Every now and then those misunderstandings have real world consequences.
From my friend Dekalb, a very exciting link for weather nerds like me: a wind map of the U.S. Check out some of the gallery pictures as well, I think they're beautiful!
In honor of National Doctor’s Day, here’s a look at all the ways the job has changed—but mostly stayed the same.
A video showing a fellow who had been arrested, took the internet by storm today.
Each week Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of stories about libraries, authors, and books.
On Fridays, I post a series of unrelated questions meant to spark conversation in the comments. Answer one, answer all, respond to someone else's reply, whatever you want.
I'm no scientician, but I'm vaguely aware of this one formula, E=mc². Apparently it's a big deal.