Nearly 7,000 feet beneath the surface of Ontario, Canada, a laboratory is searching for the glue that holds our universe together. SNOLAB uses the earth to shield its instruments from radiation in the search for neutrinos, a particle created in the nuclear reactions of the sun. VICE goes inside the lab and talks to the scientists that work there and their search for the beginnings of the universe.

  • The Death Of Pablo

    Dreamt up by the creator of the 4chan community The Pablo Collective, this four-song experimental album takes Kanye West's The Life of Pablo to an even darker place. Each of the songs are about 20 minutes long and consist of a mix of samples, interviews, and the artisit's notorious on-stage rants for a track list that includes "Ultralight Wall", "Washed Up", "Father Stretch My Hands Pt.3", and "Fade Pt.2". With contributions from a variety of artists, the entire project can be streamed on Bandcamp.

  • Being Batman

    Somewhere, in Brampton, Ontario, Batman roams the night. More than just a weekend comic-con cosplay, this is as real as it gets. When this anonymous man dons the Batsuit and climbs in the Batmobile, he's out for justice. In this telling interview, a man explains why being Batman means much more than to him than a simple superhero.

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