Though organ theft is thriving in India, the evidence doesn't add up in this case.
All too often psychics claim to have the answers, which inevitably and tragically end up being wrong.
Worshipers at Fátima believed that the Virgin Mary spoke to three children and that they all saw the sun "dancing in the sky."
Glenn Beck is behind the current splash of conspiracy, but the same ingredients are usually at play.
Dream interpretation, numerology, palmistry, phrenology — and other methods of predicting the future — don't work.
Traditional belief in magic and witchcraft contributes to misconceptions and the spread of HIV in Africa.
Many people assume that they are designed that way to prevent the sun's reflection or glare from blinding incoming pilots. But this explanation doesn't fly.
In principle, people can eat grass; it is non-toxic and edible. As a practical food source, however, your lawn leaves a lot to be desired.
The bizarre hoax involving linebacker Te'o and his "girlfriend" is just one in a lone line of outrageous hoaxes.
Water free of minerals and impurities freezes first, pushing the cloudy parts containing the sediment (and tiny trapped air bubbles) toward the center.