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You know those amazing artistic baby portraits? Well, these are not among them!
A team of researchers has discovered evidence that an extrasolar planet may be forming quite far from its star—- about twice the distance Pluto is from our Sun. Planet formation far away from a small parent star is at odds...
It’s not very hard to guess how the Monkey Orchid got its name, but ever since photos of it started circulating on the internet about a year ago, people have had a hard time believing such a flower actually exists.
We all know that farts are funny, but what else do we know about this common bodily function? As it turns out, not much.
During the last six years the Ukrainian city of Simferopol has been transformed into an urban art gallery by a mysterious artist who carves wooden statues out of dead tree trunks.
The municipality of Banaue, in the Philippines, is widely known for its spectacular rice terraces, but few people know it’s also the setting of a traditional race that has daredevils riding wooden scooters downhill at speeds of up to 50 kph,...
These charlatans went to great lengths to pull the proverbial wool over their victims' eyes. Read all about these famous frauds!
What happens when we die? Is there an afterlife? Thousands of stories from people who were clinically dead, but then came back to life, share similarities: a warm white light, a tunnel, and dead friends or family welcoming them.
The Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center, in the Philippines, has become internationally famous for using choreographed dancing to rehabilitate dangerous inmates.
The natural reaction of people to a pile of poop is to avoid it, but in Hong Kong, an inflatable pile of poop made by American artist Paul McCarthy attract (Inflatable Feces in Hong Kong Attracts Attention http://t.co/n31NblQCBW...
LONDON (Reuters) - Forget abandoning carbohydrates or detoxing. The new dieting craze sweeping Britain and taking off in the United States lets people eat whatever they like - but only five days a week.
From a surfer to a NASCAR driver, meet seven inspirational people who have no sight but no limitations either!
Having a dead rat thrown straight in the face might not be everyone’s idea of a good time, but for the people of El Puig, the yearly Battle of the Rats is an eagerly awaited event.
WILMINGTON, Delaware (Reuters) - U.S. officials on Thursday unveiled the 400-page diary of Alfred Rosenberg, a top aide to Adolf Hitler, who oversaw the genocide against Jews and others during World War Two.
From the woman who died from drinking too much coke to the teenager who went into a coma for drinking a quart of soy sauce, check out some really strange cases of overdosing.
WARRI, Nigeria (Reuters) - After two days trapped in freezing cold water and breathing from an air bubble in an upturned tugboat under the ocean, Harrison Okene was sure he was going to die. Then a torch light pierced the darkness.
An cookbook that requires readers to practice their knife skills by slicing it open, page by page. (Want to cook? Slice open this cookbook.
From having six natural disasters in one honeymoon to spending her honeymoon with the husband AND his mother, find out why these seven honeymoons went wrong!
“It is as MAD as it looks,” British garage inventor Colin Furze says about his crazy jet-powered bicycle, Norah. Strapping a home-made jet engine to an old bike, the nutty Brit has created what may very well be the most dangerous bicycle ever.
This is the story of how a few dozen cats managed to save an entire community just by purring and looking pretty.