The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

Each week, Josh and Chuck read tons of material and a lot of it is really good. Here's the best of the bunch.

The Best Stuff We've Read This Week

On any given week, Josh and Chuck read a lot of interesting articles. Check out this post with links to the best articles they've read lately.

Chuck's Movie Reviews: World War Z

World War Z, movie review, zombies, summer movie, Brad Pitt

The Study of Zombie Neurobiology; or, What You Missed at Harvard

If you ever wondered what you were missing when you failed to get into Harvard and you told your mother you hadn't been accepted and she laid her head on your father's shoulder and began to sob like everything, everything she'd ever done for you had been for nothing and your father gave you this sad look, like you were nothing but a disappointment and he mouthed, "You were an accident," and you though perhaps they had overreacted? You were wrong.

Hello there, friends. How are things in your neck of the world? Things are drying out here in Atlanta. Thanks to those who wrote in with concern - we're all safe and sound, thanks. This week on the Tuesday edition of the SYSK podcast program we covered part two of our health care reform suite with Molly Edmonds of "Stuff Mom Never Told You." We broke down the various bills floating around Washington and tried to do our best to explain what they all mean.

Do zombies really exist?

In movies and stories, zombies are undead menaces that lurch around mindlessly, in search of flesh -- and braaaaaains! Where did the idea for zombies originate? Do they exist outside of fiction? Tune in to this podcast from HowStuffWorks.com to find out.