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Unpredicted discovery of NASA of Ocean Plant Life

Filed in Amazing Stories, Environment, Science, World by on June 8, 2012 0 Comments

NASA pioneered the expedition called ICESCAPE, or Impacts of Climate on EcoSystems and Chemistry of the Arctic Pacific Environment, which explored Arctic waters in the Beaufort and Chukchi seas along Alaska’s western and northern coasts onboard a U.S. Coast Guard icebreaker. Using optical technologies, scientists looked at the impacts of environmental variability and change in […]

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‘Vampire skeletons’ have been found in Bulgaria (video)

Filed in Amazing Stories, Archaelogy, Weird, World by on June 7, 2012 0 Comments

A “vampire skeletons” have been found by Bulgarian archeologists in Sozopol, located near Black Sea. Bulgarian names for an undead vampire include: Vampir, Vorkolak, Ouber, Ustrel. Bulgarians believed that a vampire is a corpse which returns from the grave. A person who died a violent, unnatural death or whose corpse was jumped over by a […]

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Mammoth Bones Discovered In Iowa (Video)

Filed in Animals, Archaelogy, Science, World by on June 7, 2012 0 Comments

An Iowa family discovers a prehistoric mammoth skeleton in their backyard. The man, a farmer, identified as John first found the 4-foot-long mammoth femur bone in 2010, spotted a marrow line around the top of the ball joint of the femur. This happens two years ago wherein he and his sons thought that it was […]

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2012 Scripps National Spelling Bee: Snigdha Nandipati wins title with “guetapens”

Filed in Amazing Stories, Education, United States, World by on June 7, 2012 0 Comments

The National Spelling Bee which is mostly joined by participants from the US, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand, Ghana and Bahamas who compete to be the spelling bee champion for 2012. It is also opened to other countries outside the United States but the participants must be strictly regional spelling bee winners in their areas.  2012 […]

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Partial Lunar Eclipse on June 4, 2012

Filed in Astronomy, Featured, Planets, Science, World by on June 3, 2012 0 Comments

The partial lunar eclipse on June 4, 2012 will be partly visible from western United States and Canada while people in Hawaii, New Zealand, and central and eastern Australia will be able to follow the whole eclipse.  Partial Lunar Eclipse of 2012 Jun 04 Image Credit: eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov This eclipse will be completely visible over Australia, […]

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PHOTO of Ridiculously Photogenic Surgery Girl goes viral

A picture of a smiling woman recovering from lung surgery goes viral. The photograph of a 28-year-old woman named Rachel dubbed as ‘Ridiculously Photogenic Surgery Girl’ originally appeared on Reddit – Ask Me Anything section. Ridiculously Photogenic Surgery Girl  Image Credit: memebase.com According to reports of several international blog and news sites, Rachel has congenital […]

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Bigfoot Hair Samples wanted for European Study

Filed in Archaelogy, Featured, Science, World by on May 24, 2012 0 Comments

A group of researchers from Oxford University and the Lausanne Museum of Zoology would probably like to talk to you. The researchers are hoping to analyze DNA from several bigfoot hair samples in order to prove, or disprove, the existence of bigfoot. According to reports, scientists are calling for all bigfoot aficionados to contact them […]

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9,000-Year-Old Mask up for auction at Christie’s

Filed in Archaelogy, Business, Featured, Money, World by on May 24, 2012 0 Comments

A 9,000-year-old mask is set to be auctioned off at Christie’s June 8. The 9,000-year-old limestone mask will be the oldest art piece to ever grace the famed auction house, reports Yahoo. The 9,000 year-old mask Image Credit: Christie’s Below is the description of 9,000 year-old mask that can be found at Christie’s official website A JUDEAN DESERT LIMESTONE MASK PRE-POTTERY […]

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World’s Richest Woman: Australian tycoon Gina Rinehart

Filed in Amazing Stories, Business, Featured, Money, World by on May 23, 2012 0 Comments

The 58-year-old Australian mining magnate Gina Rinehart became the world’s richest woman as her fortune almost tripled to A$29.2 billion ($28.6 billion), according to a ranking of the nation’s wealthiest people by BRW magazine. World’s Richest Woman | Gina Rinehart Rinehart inherited her mining assets from her father, Lang Hancock. Her father discovered iron ore deposits […]

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World’s Largest Outdoor Swimming Pool: San Alfonso del Mar resort in Chile (video)

San Alfonso del Mar is a resort located in Algarrobo, Chile featuring a 1,000m long, 19-acre outdoor pool, 66 million gallons of water which holds a Guinness world record as the largest  outdoor swimming pool in the world. Video of World’s Largest Outdoor Swimming Pool is available below. Apart from its large size, the lagoon has another spectacular […]

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Vegetarian Shark: Florence, Nurse Shark, the World’s First Vegetarian Shark (Photo)

Filed in Amazing Stories, Animals, Environment, Featured, World by on May 21, 2012 0 Comments

Last 2009, a 6-foot-long shark named Florence made headlines by becoming the first shark to undergo ‘out of water’ surgery to remove a rusty fish hook in her jaw. After her fast and remarkable recovery, the nurse shark was put on exhibit at the Birmingham National Sea Life Center in England. According to Florence handlers, […]

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Fried Roach In McDonald’s Hash Brown and Arby’s Finger on Sandwich

Filed in Animals, Featured, Foods, Health, World by on May 18, 2012 0 Comments

Recently, there was the “Arby’s finger on sandwich” controversy, and now a fried roach was served with McDonald’s hash browns. Several international news sites reported that a 14-year old boy named Ryan Hart found a piece of finger inside a Arby’s sandwich that he bought at Arby’s branch. The Michigan restaurant shutdown its production and apologized. The unfortunate incident is now under thorough investigation. The trending story of […]

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