- Average temperatures have climbed 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit around the world since 1880.
- Biggest consequences of global warming are wildfires, melting of the polar area, drought, bigger tropical storms and big heat waves.
- By the end of this century, sea levels
An Austrian tech company named Cyberith has released a full-body joystick: Virtualizer. In an attempt to make gaming a more immersive experience, Cyberith allows you to get deeper inside a game and actually feel the enthusiasm of Lara Croft when … Read more
1. In 1935, Australia, fishman captured a 3.5-metre tiger shark, it vomited up another smaller shark which vomited up a human arm, the arm was used to solve a murder.
2. Megalodon, a giant shark which can reach the length … Read more
1. Due to ivory trade and the slaughter of elephants, the average tusk size of African/Asia elephants have decreased 50% since the 19th century. Poachers are more like to slaughter dominant male elephants(with bigger tusks), which allows smaller elephants with … Read more
Recently, Japanese scientist Mitsuyuki Ikeda has developed an alternative to meat burger for real warriors – poop burger which is made of human feces.
Scientists extract protein from sewage mud first (contains poop), then add some reaction enhancer, steak sauce … Read more
In February 2013, California, a middle-aged couple accidentally discovered a large number of well-preserved gold coins buried in the shadow of an old tree when they were walking the dog. These gold coins are valued at over $10 million. This … Read more
Look at these things, an Iron man, a bag of M&M’s, a silver pitcher, an old issue of Spiderman, a bottle of Oddka vodka, FIFA World Cup Trophy and so on. We are familiar with them in our daily life, … Read more
Seizo Fukumoto is a 71 years old Japanese professional actor, he specially play the stuntman who is being killed by hero samurai, his career spanned over 50 years, he has been cut to death, hacked to death and stabbed to … Read more
1. In Bhutan, there are more marijuana growing in the wild than the regular grass, because the climate of this country is perfect for all types of illicit drugs. Nobody smoke marijuana here before television started popping, people use marijuana … Read more
1. Shakespeare might took drugs while writing, scientists have found traces of cocaine and myristic acid in this genius’ Stratford-upon-Avon home, some people even trust that Shakespeare alludes to drugs in his works. Check it out
2. Shakespeare used “your … Read more
1. Lion’s worst enemy was small porcupine, many curious lions have to end up with porcupine’s sharp quills in their jaws for life.
2. In 2005, Ethiopia, three lions saved a girl from seven abductors. Check it out
3. Lions … Read more
1. The earth is the only planet which owns plate tectonics in the Milky Way.
2. In fact, you couldn’t see the Great Wall from outer space, but you can see China’s air pollution!
3. If the earth is narrowed … Read more
Jacobin pigeons are not these ordinary birds that occasionally fly into your balcony, you will be amazed how fashionable they are at the sight of them. The feathered hood covers around their neck, which almost entirely hide their little cute … Read more
A man in Costa Rica spent 10 years to build an big underground house only with picks, shovels and his hands.
This 62 years old man, Manuel Barrantes is called ‘El Hombre Topo’ or ‘The Mole Man’, now he takes … Read more
1. It is a misdemeanor if you fart in New York churches.
2. New York City is one of the largest cities in the world, it was the capital of America from 1789 to 1790.
3. The NYC will present … Read more
1. It is legal to drive after drinking in the rural roads in County Kerry, Ireland. The councilman explained that some people may get depression and suicide if they can’t go out to drink and drive home.
2. More than … Read more