Switzerland celebrated the opening of the world’s longest train tunnel, a 17-year project that cuts through the Alps and cost €11 billion to construct – but all anyone’s talking about is its ridiculous opening ceremony.
If you experience any significant GPS interference this month or know the “real” reason behind these test (aliens, right?) please let us know in the comments.
Something as delicate and intricate as nanotechnology couldn’t have been developed without first discovering the structure of atoms and inventing the microscope. But these are all recent advancements, leading us to wonder who in the seven skies built these microscopic ooparts some 300,000 years ago?
A London orphanage was about to be torn down, when this odd collection known as the Merrylin Cryptid Collection was discovered in the basement.
Video shows loincloth-wearing men from Panoan linguistic group accepting bunches of bananas from a group from a local village
“Lying beside the fountain were portions of a human being and from measurement of the bones it concluded that when alive the figure was three times the size of an ordinary man “
The deep ocean currents might explain why the Antarctic is just as freezing as it was years ago while the Arctic has been melting