He entered the house and struggled to maintain his composure. He looked up in astonishment, as his eyes traveled up the walls and to the ceiling, from the hallway and up the stairs. To the carpets and balustrades, he took it all in. His head spun with the realization that somebody had done this — and all out of spite.
Relatively Interesting promotes science, reason, critical thinking, and the magic of reality. We point the skeptical eye at pseudoscience, quackery, religion, and the paranormal. Nothing is off limits, and everything is up for discussion. We also curate and share the many amazing things that exist in the natural world, the feats and accomplishments that humanity has achieved, and the incredible discoveries our universe has to offer. Subjects include (but are not limited to!) space, history, geography, geology, biology, chemistry, physics, economics, psychology, language, and how stuff works.