Shark Attack

Shark attacks are a very dreaded menace in many shores around the world, and people have tried time and again to come up with ways to minimize shark attacks without harming the animal itself. So, a very innovative way has been devised by a group who catch and release potentially dangerous and aggressive sharks off [...]

Cool Burning

A very recent experiment conducted in the International Space Station by a team lead by Forman Williams established that flames could burn at much lower temperatures by using fuel more efficiently given the right atmospheric condition. Williams, a professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of California stated this as a life altering [...]

Cape Wearing Dolphin -1

It is certainly not Bigfoot, but this new addition to the cetacean family is undoubtedly 8 feet long. The newly christened cape wearing dolphin is a member of the humpback family. This category of dolphins is known so because of the hump below their dorsal fin. They generally inhabit the river deltas, estuaries and coastal [...]

8 legged piglet 1

Hello readers! In the past, we have discussed 2 headed dolphin, 2 headed snake and many others like these. This post is about 8 legged Piglet. The Sichuan province of China was bound in awe in August as an unusual piglet grabbed the headlines. International headlines were taken over by the event as people all [...]

H R Gider Zombies theme bar

"Alcohol: Because no great story ever began with someone eating a salad." Alcohol and stories go hand-in-hand. And for really seasoned tipplers, bars are always looking to outdo each other not only in terms of the service and variety, but also in terms of atmosphere and presentation. Think of themed bars and what fist comes [...]

Undated handout photo of Dr. Monge and Dr. Hafford looking at a 6,500-year-old human skeleton, discovered in the basement of the Penn Museum in Philadelphia

In a cartoonish twist of fate, a museum in Pennsylvania has reported to have uncovered a skeleton in its own cellar. This skeleton is reported to be around 6,500 years old, and is thought to have been in storage for 85 of those. The skeleton is said to be extremely rare, and researchers are relieved [...]

Monsanto Portugal

Big cities are the stuff that dreams are made of. Everyone wants to make it big in the big city, and everyone wants to see the countries’ biggest, baddest towns when on vacation. But too much big can sometimes get very tiresome. If you're in the mood for a switchover, what you need is the [...]

Two Headed Dolphin

In the 21st century, people generally assume that we have discovered most of what is there to be seen on this beautiful Earth. The deepest oceans have been explored, the highest mountains climbed - is there anything humans haven’t seen yet? One man in Turkey found out that Nature will always throw up surprises when [...]

An employee at the National Institute of Health recently found vials of Variola virus, the notorious virus strain responsible for causing small pox. Although no reports of the disease have been reported since 1950 (the last case was reported in 1947, New York, U.S.A). It is the deadly form of pox that had plagued and [...]

Caryn Stewart Survivor

Caryn Stewart is just like any other teenager attending High School, participating in extracurricular activities and planning a graduation. But she has an extraordinary story to tell. Caryn was involved in the 2005 Piper Cherokee airplane crash that killed her cousin, mother and elder sister. She suffered third and fourth degree burns on three-fourth of [...]