In 1912, the world's largest passenger sank. Ever since, people have had theories about what happened.
The 2011 holiday season was almost ruined by a butter shortage in Norway. It was so serious people smuggled the spreadable staple in across the border to avoid tariffs.
This week, Stephen and Myke cover three more weird sports — fox tossing, speed typing and rocket racing.
Not all bodies of water are blue, and not all saltwater is the same. On this episode, Myke and Stephen belly flop into the weird world of pink lakes.
They may seem fake, but they are very real.
Beanie Babies may be cute, floppy toys, but they became one of the Internet's first fads, creating a mania for collectors and billions in profits for a reclusive business owner.
Air guitar is far more than a cool way to impress a potential date. It's a worldwide phenomenon, complete with championships with complex rules and a wild scoring system.
Before that was NASA, there was NACA. Its engineers did some wild stuff.
Body farms are used to help scientists and law enforcement officials understand how external factors affect human decomposition.
What's the deal with "Best By" and "Sell By" dates? Will taking old medicine hurt you? All of that and more, as Stephen and Myke explore the rather non-specific world of expiration dates.