Top 10 Funniest What If Questions Discussed on the Internet Right Now
In the world of What If — or maybe we should say ‘worlds’, considering the journeys across space, time and various dimensions we have taken with all of you — we come across interesting concepts and theories every day. Many of these are sent to us by you, the fans of the show, with hopes of them becoming an episode others can enjoy. Some of these ideas don’t make the cut but deserve some recognition simply because they are too bizarre or weird to pass by. See what we mean below.
The Most Dangerous Creatures That Could Be Roaming Earth Today
We have some pretty gnarly critters walking the face of the Earth right now, creatures great and small, from the newly terrifying murder hornets to the awe-inspiring blue whale and the oh-so-mysterious giant squid.
What If Your Worst Nightmares Became a Horrifying Reality?
As kids, we get a thrill out of watching scary movies or telling spooky stories, partly because we know the monsters aren’t real and that the grown-ups we love will protect us from the bad things in the world.
The 10 Biggest Cosmic Catastrophes That Could Wipe Out Life on Earth Tomorrow
Let’s say, for a moment, that humans don’t wipe each other out with some kind of nuclear war or via climate change. Let’s say we get our stuff together and find some kind of peace and harmony to leave for future generations. Sounds pretty good, right?
What If the World is Only Your Illusion?
What is true reality if the consumption of certain combinations of plant and synthetic chemicals, or even chemical imbalances in our brains, can make us see things that don’t actually exist?
This is What Our Cities Look Like in a World Without Ice
Anybody who had a wading pool or bathtub growing up knows what happens when you try to sit in it and the water’s too high. It makes a wet mess thanks to water sloshing everywhere, and the adults get angry at all the clean-up.
Top 10 Mind-Bending Sci-Fi Shows and Movies You Can Stream Right Now
10. Upload The age-old question of “what happens after we die” is at the heart of Amazon’s “Upload,” a show about a man who dies and his consciousness is resurrected in a digital afterlife. He can still talk with his living friends and family, something that might provide a lot of comfort to many people who lose a loved one suddenly. There’s a catch, of course: The dead person’s afterlife only exists so long as their storage space on a gigantic server is paid up. People can opt in to this afterlife party if they want, and if they have the resources to support it, and the idea of death shifts greatly for those who make this purchase. They’re literally buying extra time, but they can’t physically touch or hold or interact with people, and technology doesn’t exist to download their minds into another body.
What Happens If You Fall Into Liquid Nitrogen?
Jumping into a pool of liquid nitrogen might sound like an awesome way to cool off when the, uh, mercury is rising, but it’s really a terrible idea that no one should ever attempt.