Ed Cara is a reporter whose work focuses on science, health, and sociology. His work can be found in the Atlantic, Gizmodo, Newsweek, Mic, Vice, and elsewhere.
How accusations around a major NFT release sank it—and raised questions about an alleged NFT ‘ring’
How fears of the ‘antifa apocalypse’ set the stage for QAnon
The many lives of the Dancing Baby, cyberspace’s first cringe meme
The future is coming, if you can afford it.
On Apr 15, 2015 by Ed Cara
It's time to put these myths about chocolate, oysters, and even grilled cheese sandwiches to bed.
On Apr 12, 2015 by Ed Cara
The Internet wants to scare you away from the Apple Watch. Don't let it.
On Mar 24, 2015 by Ed Cara
Don't believe the hype.
On Feb 3, 2015 by Ed Cara
Here's why America needs its own version.
On Jan 16, 2015 by Ed Cara
Why didn't Barbara Bowman's story go viral?
On Nov 18, 2014 by Ed Cara
Scientists are educating the public about Ebola for free, but no one's listening.
On Oct 31, 2014 by Ed Cara
Blame the 24 hour news cycle, sloppy reporting, or arrogance, plagiarism is worse than ever before in journalism.
On Oct 23, 2014 by Ed Cara
What's in McDonald's food, anyway?
On Oct 20, 2014 by Ed Cara
We all know that Stevie Wonder really is blind, but there's more to the issue than a simple debunking.
On Oct 6, 2014 by Ed Cara
It never ceases to amaze: the things we choose to see, and the things we don't.
On Oct 1, 2014 by Ed Cara
The homeopathic cure for Ebola doesn't just lack any form of actual medicine. It's also missing logic.
On Sep 24, 2014 by Ed Cara