Month: August 2019

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Malaysia Airlines flight 370 departed from Kuala Lumpur Airport on March 8, 2014, destined for Beijing, China, with 239 people on board. The Boeing 777 last communicated with air traffic control at 1:19am while travelling over the South China Sea, before disappearing altogether. However, leading air crash investigator Christine Negroni says she can pinpoint the exact moment
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Yes this guy did escape! But was caught 2 years later… You can get a longer version of the amazing escape in this video: According to Business Gazetta, Rustam Shakhrudinov escaped from a temporary detention center in Derbent, in June 2016. It later turned out that the inspectors were sleeping at the time of the escape.
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When the universe’s most massive objects are crashing into each other… They leave a rain of gold and platinum behind them. The universe’s most massive objects are crashing into each other, and they’re leaving a rain of gold and platinum behind them. Picture © NASA Goddard Space Flight Center While the shadow of a nearby
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At least 227 slaughtered children have been found at the world’s largest child sacrifice site in Peru. And as reported by the site’s choef archeologist: “Wherever you dig, there’s another one.“ Archaeologists have uncovered the skeletal remains of 227 children seemingly slain and buried hundreds of years ago in a massive ritual sacrifice in Peru.
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More than a dozen babies in Spain developed the ‘Werewolf Syndrome’ from drug mix-up. Can you imagine that? Parents, of course, panicked after seeing the bodies and faces of their babies becoming covered in a dense layer of hair. Werewolves are multiplying in Spain. Picture show The “wolf boy” brothers have Ambras syndrome, a single-gene
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Last Wednesday, a gravitational wave detection gave astronomers quite the surprise. As researchers were going about their work at the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO), a pair of gravitational waves rolled in just minutes apart.   The first, labelled S190828j, was picked up by all three of LIGO’s gravitational wave detectors at 06:34 am, coordinated universal time.
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Nancy Murphy is Professor of Christian Philosophy at Fuller Theological Seminary in California, who believes in an afterlife. Dr Murphy’s research interests focus on the role of modern and postmodern philosophy in shaping Christian theology, on relations between theology and science and most recently on the philosophy of neuroscience. However, as a dedicated Christian herself, Dr Murphy has some personal views.
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Sounds like the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) was just kicked out of mom’s basement. In an inexplicable tweet, DARPA asked for help finding “commercially managed underground urban tunnels and facilities able to host research and experimentation.”   And nobody knows why. The ideal space would be a human-made underground environment spanning several city blocks
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Examples of how human societies are changing the planet abound – from building roads and houses, clearing forests for agriculture and digging train tunnels, to shrinking the ozone layer, driving species extinct, changing the climate and acidifying the oceans.   Human impacts are everywhere. Our societies have changed Earth so much that it’s impossible to
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Across the Caribbean this week, island residents docked boats, emptied grocery stores, and boarded up buildings in preparation for Hurricane Dorian, which became a Category 1 storm on Wednesday.   Meanwhile, high up in Earth’s orbit, satellites belonging to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) watched the hurricane form and churn. The storm has
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A Sudden Stratospheric Warming is currently sweeping across parts of Antarctica right now. This is only the third such anomalous event in the southern hemisphere after 2002, and twice in 2010. Find out now what they are and what are their possible impacts below. The Sudden Stratospheric Warming (SSW) over Antractica as pictured by Weatherzone
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Here’s a simple how-to on how to construct a traversable cosmic wormhole that could send your spaceship to the furthest reaches of space: take two charged black holes, place them back to back, and thread two cosmic strings through both.   Stretch both strings to infinity and presto! You’ve got yourself a traversable wormhole. Confused
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Take a river overflowing, add a funnel sucking up the water underground below the highway and a sinkhole in the middle of the road. And you are sure it is soon going to collapse entirely! Travelers driving on the Chita-Khabarovsk highway near the village of Volochaevka captured an omnious sightning of a funnel sucking up
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Drouhgt is a nightmare for farmers… But sometimes it is gold worth for archeology! Drought reveals long lost ‘Spanish Stonehenge’ in Extremadura reservoir. Picture by Rubén Ortega Martín / Raíces de Peralêda While mystical water lagoons are drying up in the jungle of Mexico, leaving entire ecosystems and Indios in misery, a circle of megalithic
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I would once like to have a shit in one of those two-way mirror public bathrooms. Now add this twist: The mirrors become completely transparent from the outside when the door is locked. 🙂 I would like to take a shit in such a two way mirror public bathroom. But where can I find them?
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This crazy guy running naked in the video is thought to have killed three people in Virginia. Wow, this guy killed three people and police still refused to shoot at him. Guess being naked is a good strategy to not get shot by the cops. Murderer of 3 runs naked in rural Virginia in video.
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It’s not that there’s too much water… No, there’s just freaking too much water in Nebraska. And look at the Nebraska State Fair last Monday: It looked like a Nebraska water park! Despite flooding in the area, the Nebraska State Fair is pushing on. And that’s pretty symbolic after the terrifying and devastating floods the
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Fires in the Amazon rainforest have captured attention worldwide in recent days. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who took office in 2019, pledged in his campaign to reduce environmental protection and increase agricultural development in the Amazon, and he appears to have followed through on that promise.   The resurgence of forest clearing in the Amazon,
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After what SpaceX’s founder Elon Musk called an “embarrassing” glitch with Starhopper, an experimental rocket ship, the company pulled off an impressive launch and landing on Tuesday.   “Congrats SpaceX team!!” Musk tweeted shortly after the attempt. “One day Starship will land on the rusty sands of Mars.” Starhopper is a roughly 60-foot-tall (18 meters)