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CERN physicists find evidence of quasiparticules ‘Odderon’ first predicted in the 1970s

Scientists have uncovered some preliminary evidence for a nuclear physics effect first predicted back in the 1970s. The physics universe you’re about to enter into in order to understand it is especially mind-bending. Physicists...

Previously unknown language discovered in Malaysia (video)

A previously unknown language has been found in the Malay Peninsula by linguists from Lund University in Sweden. The language has been given the name Jedek. Jedek is not a language spoken by an unknown...

Alaska’s melting permafrost is filled with mercury

Oh Boy! Alaska's melting permafrost is filled with mercury. And that's no great news! Mercury is bad news for animals, plants, humans, water tables, and whole ecosystems, which is why it's so important to...

Destructive mudslide kills 4 in Tiquipaya, Bolivia where days of rain have left thousands of people homeless, fields underwater and houses destroyed (video and pictures)

A mudslide has swept over Tiquipaya, a town in central Bolivia, killing four people and badly damaging 15 homes, after  days of rain have left thousands of people homeless, fields underwater and houses destroyed...

Huge sinkhole swallows road on a subway construction site killing 8 people in Foshan, China (video and pictures)

In China, eight people have died and three more are missing after a major road collapsed on a subway construction site in Guangdong province, killing at least 8 workers and with 3 still missing....

Two mysterious booms crack walls of buildings in Thailand – Terrified residents run for their lives – Source unknown

Two mysterious booms rattled 61 residents in Na Danu district, Thailand at 12.10 pm on February 8. The mystery deflagrations were so powerful, they produced cracks in the walls, windows and doors of buildings,...

Eiffel Tower closed as biggest snowfall since 1987 paralyzes Paris, causing a record 700km (430 miles) of traffic jams

The Eiffel Tower was shuttered to tourists as heavy snowfall snarled traffic in Paris, bringing the City of Light to a standstill on Wednesday. The exceptional snowfall caused chaos on roadways across Paris, with...

You Really Should Filter Your Water

Last year, a good friend of mine caught chronic giardiasis. The diarrhea that resulted was unpredictable, frequently sending him scrambling for a bathroom. For most of the year, that meant his dating life was...

Weather anomaly: California bakes as winter temperatures set new records across the state

Unseasonably warm and dry temperatures blanketed California over the weekend, shattering records across the state and bringing clear blue skies that were expected to linger through next weekend. At the resorts near Lake Tahoe,...

Extreme water receding at Rushikonda beach in India panics beachgoers

The sea has receded to about 100 metres exposing all the sharpened stones at Rushikonda Beach, one of the most popular beaches in Visakhapatnam, India on February 4, 2018. Rumours spread out fast that...

Snow dunes: Second snow in a month covers sand dunes in Sahara desert of Algeria – And the Sahara hoar frost bands are just baffling

Normally orange-red, the sand dunes around Ain Sefra, Algeria, were covered with a nice layer of white snow on February 5, 2018. This is the second time within a month that snow fell on...

Like a candle in the sky

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Look, a candle lit up in the sky over Spondin, Alberta, Canada on February 6, 2018. By the way, the sunrise picture was shot by the daughter of the owner of TK Ranch, known for ethical...

Newly discovered form of superionic water ice is ‘Really Strange’

Scientists have confirmed a form of water that is simultaneously solid and liquid. It is the latest advance in the study of water, a seemingly simple substance that can shift between many different configurations. “That’s...

Elon Musk has disrupted the business of sending rockets into space, and hopes to achieve a milestone by testing the most powerful rocket currently operating in the world today successfully

Watch the SpaceX Falcon Heavy Rocket launch today, February 6, 2018, in hope of seeing a successful test of the most powerful rocket currently operating in the world today. When Falcon Heavy lifts off, it...

The untold story of the Pentagon Papers co-conspirators or the crucial role that a small band of others played in helping Daniel Ellsberg leak the documents to journalists

History always remember a name. But in most of the cases, others were involved and without their helps, nothing would have happened. Here the untold story of the Pentagon Papers co-conspirators or the crucial...

Powerful and shallow M6.4 earthquake hits Taiwan, causing hotel to collapse in Hualien and damaging roads, sidewalks and bridges (videos and pictures)

Taiwan is currently experiencing high seismic activity. On February 4, 2018, a M6.1 earthquake hit the island, causing 80 aftershocks, which resulted in another powerful and shallow M6.4 earthquake Tuesday afternoon, January 6, 2018 in...

Tracks from giant alien trucks found on the surface of Jupiter’s Moon Europa during flyover

Those are clearly tracks from giant alien trucks. Or is it a huge ski resort on the surface of Jupiter's Moon Europa? In any cases, we could imagine Europa has already been colonized when watching...

Major car crash due to fog in Abu Dhabi, UAE (video)

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The King has met its match

Judging by the interlocked combatants' bodies, no quarter was given in the final minutes of this deadly struggle. Captured in a dramatic photo shared Feb. 1 to Imgur, a grim scene hints at a...

Sunrise roll cloud engulfs Virginia’s sky like a giant rolling pin on fire

Roll clouds made for an astounding sunrise in Richmond on Monday, and worked their way eastward through the morning, rolling over Newport News around 8:30. This type of cloud usually form in the absence...

Welcome to Tijuana

Oups! 70 homes - and still counting - have been dragged and destroyed with paved streets, light poles, water pipes and drainage by a major landslide in Tijuana's Lomas del Rubí neighborhood on February...

Bomb squad officer hit by exploding car (video)

If you've ever seen a photo of a bomb disposal squad in thick armors, aka bomb suits, then you've probably asked yourself if the officer can survive a close or very close explosion. This...

Five Decades of Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC Publications on Art History to Read and Download for Free

Five decades of Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC publications on art free to read and download online
For fans of art this is awesome: Five Decades of Met Publications on Art History to Read and Download for Free! Enter the book of marvels here! Enter the book of marvels here! Follow us: Facebook and Twitter

The Berlin Wall has now been down longer than it was up: 28 years, two months and 27 days

TO MILLIONS the Berlin Wall — which as of today has been down for longer than it was up — was above all a symbol. It was a by-word for division and the post-war...

Taps run dry in crisis cities from Cape Town to Kabul

Water scarcity already affects more than 40 percent of the world's population, with one in four people projected to face chronic or recurring shortages by 2050. Cities are at the forefront of the problem....

The groundhog hath spoken! Welcome to six more weeks of winter

Every February 2, all eyes turn to a small central Pennsylvania borough as winter-weary Northeasterners await weather guidance from the predictive rodent. On Friday morning, Punxsutawney Phil scurried out of his little marmot hole...