Category Archives: Consumer Science!
If you want to get drunk fast, just insert alcohol up your anus. (DON’T DO THIS EITHER). Please just sip vodka like humans. Just think What Would an Idiot Do, and try not to do that thing. Other reasons this … Continue reading
Something I thought of yesterday. My initial guess is that businesses lobbied for its exclusion, so consumers don’t realize that they get enough sugar in half a pop-tart. I’ll do some research (err…googling) later, but if anyone who reads this … Continue reading
It’s just 54%. That’s half whole grain. 50% of the time it works every time. I guess Ronzoni Healthy Harvest pasta is only 54% the foundation of everything good. Mmm ZING.
Finally! A topic to cover that I’m actually an expert in, sound! Apparently there is a problem at the World Cup. Or, many problems. Many loud obnoxious problems with a funny name: vuvuzelas. Apparently they are so loud they are distracting both … Continue reading
You know what I find to be the source of much entertainment? Chain Emails. A co-worker just forwarded one to me. Being a (DC) Skeptic, I decided to look into the claims made my this Email: IMPORTANT – MUST READ Any … Continue reading
We all know it. Fish oil is good for you, right? Right? It amazes me how many things we assume are true even thought there is little or no evidence behind these claims. It’s just common knowledge that fish oil is good for you. … Continue reading
When most people think of “natural medicine” or “alternative medicine” they think of a small, mostly harmless industry, often beaten down by “Big Pharma”. “Natural” does not mean better. Neither does organic, but that is another post. The alternative medicine (also known as … Continue reading
You know that stuff that comes out of faucets? Sometimes you can find it running over land, or collecting in large pools. It’s a pretty common thing (at least here in the U.S. and in Europe). I get mine for free. … Continue reading