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  1. There are stones in Romania called Trovants that got their eerie shape after earthquakes six million years ago.

    A small town in Romania called Costesti is home to unusual geological manifestations bulging bulbous boulders called Trovants. These stones have long intrigued locals with their organic-looking shapes and strange cement oozings, inspiring myths about the stones' ability to grow a
  2. Cal Orck’o which is a fossil bed in Bolivia is home to the world's largest and most diverse collection of dinosaur footprints from the Cretaceous Period.

    A wall in Bolivia is covered in thousands of dinosaur footprints, and it's becoming a major tourist attraction. Cal Orcko, located 3 miles south of downtown Sucre in Bolivia, is home to the world's largest and most diverse collection of dinosaur footprints from the Cretaceous Per
  3. This beautiful, tiny, cage look-liked object is not man-made. It is a mushroom called Clathrus Ruber.

    Clathrus ruber is a species of fungus in the family Phallaceae and the type species of the genus Clathrus. It is commonly known as the latticed stinkhorn, the basket stinkhorn, or the red cage, alluding to the striking fruit bodies that are shaped somewhat like a round or oval ho
  4. Human DNA

    An analysis concludes that you hail from Surbiton, Ulan Bator, or Nairobi, but your genetic makeup is strikingly similar to that of every other person on Earth. Although scientists have long recognized that, despite physical differences, all human populations are genetically simi
  5. What Sparked the Need For Fingerprinting?

    They looked identical and even shared the same name, but the two prisoners pictured were different people, and their remarkable case helped bring in the era of fingerprint identification. The man on the left was called Will West, the man on the right William West, and they were b
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  7. The second technique is focused on breathing. Being aware of the breath, as it goes up with inhaling, and comes down with exhaling, particularly on the rising and falling of the abdomen. This technique involves being aware of the movements of the abdomen because it is closely con
  8. I have lived my own way. I am not accountable to anyone. I have no expectations of anyone, nor do I want anyone to have expectations of me. Freedom is my slogan. When you live according to the wishes of others; you are always confused, always accountable to them, always trying to meet
  9. 30 Million-Year-Old Praying Mantis Perfectly Preserved In A Piece Of Amber

    This 30-million-year-old praying mantis is encased in a clear piece of amber and measures in over one inch tall. The prized piece even sold at Heritage Auctions for $6,000 in 2016 and is an incredibly rare view of the insect. The encasing is comprised of a prehistoric tree from th
  10. Capsula Mundi

    Capsula Mundi is an egg-shaped biodegradable burial pod that turns your body into a tree. Capsula Mundi is a cultural and broad-based project, which envisions a different approach to the way we think about death. It's an egg-shaped pod, an ancient and perfect form, made of biodegr
  11. A Dead Mosquito

    In 2008, Finnish police found a dead mosquito while searching the inside of a stolen car. They tested the blood from the mosquito's last meal and successfully used it to identify the thief. Finding the car in Seinaejoki, north of Helsinki, police saw that the mosquito had recently
  12. New Einstein

    Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski is one of the leading theoretical physicists in the world. Her work has been cited by the great theorist Stephen Hawking. And she is called "New Einstein". Women like Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski, whose love of science and technology took flight, quite lit
  13. Forgotten Goalkeeper in a Foggy Match

    In 1937, A goalkeeper had stayed on the field for 15 minutes, not knowing that the soccer match had been canceled due to heavy fog. In December 1937, a football match between Chelsea and Charlton football clubs at the Stamford Bridge stadium London was stopped in the 60th minute d
  14. The Most Primitive Hotel

    The Kolarbyn Eco-Lodges are located in the thick of Sweden’s woods, constructed from all-natural material, and offer no electricity nor running water. Kolarbyn Eco-Lodge (Sweden's most primitive hotel), a peaceful gathering of charcoal huts surrounded by lush spruce forest. With n
  15. Mr. and Mrs. Kuroki

    A husband spent two years planting thousands of flowers to bring his blind wife joy. In an incredibly romantic gesture, an elderly Japanese man planted a sea of flowers for his beloved wife in order to plant a smile on her face.Mr. and Mrs. Kuroki had been married for 30 years whe
  16. Resolution Of Human Eye

    According to scientist and photographer Dr. Roger Clark, the human eye's resolution is 576 megapixels. A 576-megapixel resolution means that in order to create a screen with a picture so sharp and clear that you can't distinguish the individual pixels, you would have to pack 576 m
  17. Zebra and Ostrich

    Zebra have poor eyesight, and ostriches have poor hearing. These two have formed a symbiotic relationship through communicating and warning each other of danger. The best partners aren’t the ones that do what you do. They’re the ones that complement you. The ones that share your p
  18. Chess Boxing; There is a hybrid sport birthed from the comic book of a French artist and filmmaker called Chess Boxing.

    Chess Boxing is a rare blend of contrasting skills. The athlete combines a powerful body with a sharp mind and rises above the mindless muscle. The fighter is fueled by testosterone, adrenaline, and skill in the ring. Three minutes later, he changes battlegrounds. The contender h
  19. Cravat; Neckties were originally called cravats and came from Croatia.

    The Cravat is a neckband, the forerunner of the modern tailored necktie and bow tie, originating from a style worn by members of the seventeenth-century military unit known as the Croats. The art of tying the Cravat: is demonstrated in sixteen lessons, the Romans were the first t

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