Since its rediscovery in 1912, the Voynich manuscript has puzzled scholars around the world. And, until recently, we knew very little about it. Although it probably had 270-something pages in its original form, only around 240 pages remain today. The…
Riddle me this: When is a person not a person? Or, more accurately, when is a person not a human being?
Could modern civilization really lose entire cities? Could we do so on purpose? It's a wild idea, and a surprisingly persistent one.
This week, Matt and I explored a curious trend in assassination theories: murder by plane.
Who wouldn't want to traverse the bounds of boring ol' second-to-second linear time and live the nomadic life of a roaming chrononaut?
In our recent series on Hugo Chávez, Matt and I covered the short-lived 2002 coup d'état and Chávez's untimely passing.
In our series on gun ownership in the United States, Matt and I ran into several surprises.