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The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Real nice articles on secret passages, archeological surprises, and suicides attributed to the wind. See more »

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Interesting articles on the moral brain, prepping a corpse in Appalachia and surviving the 1966 UT mass shooting. See more »

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Great articles on time travel mausoleums, teenage Nazi girls, unidentified car crash victims and more. See more »

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Each week, Josh and Chuck read tons of articles - many of them pretty good. Here are the best of the bunch for you to enjoy. See more »

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Every week Josh and Chuck read tons of articles and some of them are pretty great. Here are the best of the bunch. See more »

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

 The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Each week, Josh and Chuck read a ton of great articles. Here are the best of the bunch. See more »

Why Babies and Other Things Are Cute, Explained

 Why Babies and Other Things Are Cute, Explained

Ever wonder why you find some things cute? Here we explain it. See more »

 In Search of the Ghoulish Work of Japan's Unit 731

There was something about the moment in human history that encapsulated World War II where the idea of vivisecting humans seemed appealing to a lot of people around the world. Either that, or there are a lot of us who really want to dismember alive those people we interact with at any given moment and it was only under the utter attendent loss of humanity that afforded some of those people the opportunity to do it. That Herophilus, the father of anatomy, vivisected about 600 live subjects in the fouth century BC, shows that the curosity of what will happen when a knife opens a live human is an ancient one. See more »