Some people will eat anything that moves or even crawls. While the rest of us are wrinkling our noses at them, they’re actually at an advantage, because insects are considered to be very rich in proteins.
A team of Japanese researchers at Tokyo University have invented a pair of “slimming goggles” that make food look larger to help you eat less and thus lose weight. Sounds simple and effective, doesn’t it?
Exactly 12,784 pieces of gum went into this 6' by 6' gumball portrait of President Obama. It's the work of Franz Spohn, who certainly must have sticky hands, and can be seen at Riply's Odditorium in New York City.
It amazes me how some people will eat anything. Especially if that anything happens to be disgusting-looking. If you are like me and can’t even eat eggs that are a wee bit undercooked, I must warn you to read this article with caution.
We’ve done several stories of artists painting with mediums like wine and coffee. Coffee paintings in particular, convey the rich brown tones associated with the beverage, which leads to the creation of unique, very beautiful images.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - California lawmakers won't be briefed any longer on kangaroo harvests in Australia under a plan to scrap more than 700 reports required by state law that Governor Jerry Brown unveiled on Tuesday.
Une vieille polémique se réveille en Autriche où les habitants d une commune se disputent en raison du nom de leur village. Les uns veulent changer le nom, les autres estiment que c est juste de l Anglais.
Inspired by the fact that every person has multiple facets that combined form his or her personality, Swiss artist Anna Halm Schudel creates original portraits by piecing together thousands of small photographs.
Une étude sur les mouvements des étoiles dans la Voie Lactée a mis en évidence "un mystérieux déficit" de matière noire dans le voisinage du Soleil, a annoncé mercredi l'Observatoire austral européen...