Airplane trivia: Why is a helicopter not an airplane?

Is there a difference between a helicopter and a “helicopter” between a helicopter and a “helicopter”? Yes. What’s…

Google Translate Trivia: A terrifying scene appears after 16 consecutive DOG input

Recently, a Reddit user discovered that by typing “dog” 19 times in Google Translate and choosing to translate…

Tesla trivia: You can be fired without warning

Tesla is infamous for firing its workers without warning. You could be working hard one moment and will…

Tesla trivia: You cannot form or join a union

Tesla employees are restricted from forming or joining a union. While this is not official Tesla policy, Tesla’s…

Tesla trivia: You may pass out from stress

Tesla’s long working hours, weekend shifts, compulsory overtime and strict deadlines leaves its workers stressed. Hundreds have experienced…

Tesla trivia: You will work long hours

Tesla raises the standard for overworking employees. A typical shift at Tesla lasts for between 12 and 16…

Cloud computing trivia: cloud computing has another brother: fog computing

The popular “cloud computing” is to put large amounts of data in the “cloud” for calculation or storage.…

Tesla trivia: You will work long hours

On November 26, 2018, Elon Musk tweeted “There are way easier places to work, but nobody ever changed…

Tesla trivia: You will receive low salaries

Is Tesla a car company or a tech company? This answer matters a lot especially when we want…

Tesla trivia: You may be sued for leaking information

As with many other large tech companies, Tesla employees have a thing for leaking private company information to…

Tesla trivia: You can bypass your manager

Information, in most organizations, flows through the chain of command. That is, it goes from a worker in…

Tesla trivia: You only attend important meetings

Let us face it. Most employees hate meetings, especially when they are long, boring and unnecessary. You are…

Trivia of clinical trials: John Hopkins Asthma Trial

Ellen Roche, a technician at Johns Hopkins Hospital, volunteered to take part in an asthma trial for healthy…

Trivia for clinical trials: New York Lidocaine Disaster

In 1996, Hoi Yan “Nicole” Wan, a healthy sophomore at the University of Rochester needed some pocket money.…

Trivia for clinical trials: Leukemia CAR-T Trial

In July 2016, three adult leukemia patients died in a trial of a new cellular-level medicine by Juno…

Trivia for clinical trials: Stem Cell Vision Treatment

In January 2017, three women entered a study with their vision and left without it. Their ages ranging…

Trivia about clinical trials: Anil Potti’s Miracle Cancer Drug

Throughout the 2000s, Anil Potti was an up-and-coming medical star. He promised cancer treatments with an 80-percent cure…

Trivia: Gene Therapy Clinical Trial

Jesse Gelsinger was 18 when he entered a study that tested the safety of gene therapy in kids…

Clinical Trials: The Thalidomide Trials

The drug Thalidomide was first manufactured in Germany, primarily for the purpose of treating respiratory infections. Today, many…

Clinical Trivia: Serological Experiments at the University of Minnesota

“My son Dan died almost five years ago in a clinical study at the University of Minnesota, a…

Clinical Trivia: French Biotrial Tragedy

In January 2016, the French company Biotrial recruited 128 healthy volunteers to take part in a clinical trial…

Elevator trivia: What should I do if I am stuck in the elevator due to a sudden power outage in summer?

As a public facility that facilitates the movement of people, elevators are becoming more and more closely related…

Cruel Trivia: Harry Harlow’s Pit Of Despair and his Rape Rack

Harry Harlow’s methods during his seminal research on maternal bonding were pretty excessive on the cruelty front, even…

YouTube scandal trivia: Kristian Harloff & The Collider Live Meltdown

Kristian Haloff is a YouTube personality behind a number of internet communities. He co-created Schmoes Know, the Collider…