This is really, really weird: Multiple sightings and dashcam videos of a gigantic yellow flash that covered the skies of the Sverdlovsk region, in Russia, have been reported on the night of November 14. Scientists and local authorities still don't know what it is or where did it come from.
The ten houses on this list are still standing and have just one thing in common – all are grisly (and in many instances, famous) murder sites. While some are occupied, others are available for purchase.
Well, they'll only eat you if you're a tasty insect. A few years ago, wildlife photographer Jeff Cremer was traipsing about the Peruvian rainforest when he noticed some glowing green dots scattered in the dirt.
We see faces everywhere – on our morning toast, in a field full of flowers, or on Mars – thanks to a psychological phenomenon called pareidolia. But there are hundreds of faces on Google Earth, too. Here are some of the most amazing ones.
Diamonds are not rare. Relative to other gemstones, they're actually pretty common . Scientists have even found ways to make them in the lab from all manner of carbon-containing matter. Like carbon dioxide, or various foodstuffs.
Aerial archeologist Klaus Leidorf began taking these gorgeous, minimalist photos in 1989, while flying his own Cessna 172. He's brilliant at capturing how odd our world looks when you get a different perspective on it from the air.