Kyle Dowling has written for Penthouse Magazine, Playboy Magazine, The Atlantic, The Believer, Psychology Today, Splitsider, The Smoking Jacket, and Psychology Tomorrow, among others. He is also currently a producer on a scripted series in development. Word has it that he's a musician as well.
The Scientific Power of Thought
Mind over matter, people! According to this video, when you change your mind, you physically change your brain.
Watch This Cat Go Crazy for Snow
Usually by mid-January we're all sick of snow, but it's magically fun again after seeing it through the eyes of a critter who's never set foot in snow before.
See Tina Fey, Before She Was Tina Fey
The video may not match the hilarity of the soon-to-be finished '30 Rock,' but it does show that comedy-icon Tina Fey struggled just like the rest of us when she started out.
It’s Dog Vs. Orange In an Epic Battle
In the battle of dog versus orange, we might have to declare that this one goes to the latter.
Check Out Some Terrifying Giant Squid Footage
With the ability to grow over 50-feet long (holding eyes that are equal to the size of dinner plates) this video -- featuring an enormous squid filmed more than 3,000 feet deep into the ocean -- proves that Jaws might be the least of our problems.
Ultimate Fails of 2012
As another year draws to a close, this video inspires us to ask the age-old question: "How is our species still alive?"
Camera Catches Russian Jet Plane Crash
It's nearly impossible to watch this without cringing...
Oh My! Fifty Shades of Takei
More than just a 'Star Trek' celebrity, George Takei continues his crusade for internet dominance with a breathless reading from the infamous erotic bestseller.
Kim Wilde Serenades Train Riders With ‘Kids In America’
Remember Kim Wilde? The singer burst into the music scene in 1981 with her hit 'Kids in America.' Recently, Wilde was filmed on a train serenading the passengers — along with her brother Ricky Wilde — on her way home from a Christmas party.
Dog Owner Offers Out Hugs to Heal Newtown
In an attempt to heal not only the ones directly connected to the tragedy at Newtown, CT, this past Friday, but the entire town, retired special education teacher Michael Cragin has decided to offer out hugs — not from him, but from his beloved bulldog Truman.
Watch Last Night’s Touching ‘SNL’ Opener
As a way to address this past Friday's unfortunate tragedy in Newtown, CT, 'Saturday Night Live' opened their most recent episode -- hosted by alum Martin Short -- with a heartfelt performance of the Christmas classic, 'Silent Night.'
News Anchor Proposes Live On-Air
Thank God this worked out — if it hadn't, it could have resulted in some serious dead air!