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  • Living on the World's Steepest Street

    Living on the World’s Steepest Street

    Living on the World’s Steepest Street Living on the world’s steepest street is completely different than living anywhere else in the world. Everyday is like a new and surprising adventure and you never know what types of people you will find walking around in your backyard. Yes, this happens pretty often. Baldwin Street in Dunedin, […]

  • Scientists Have Found Another State for Water

    Scientists Have Found Another State for Water Even though it’s everywhere and we come in contact with it every day, and it’s a large part of us; water is strange. It has always been strange, and what’s more, we don’t that much about it as we would like to believe. I mean, after all this […]

  • The World's Best And Worst Tourism Slogans

    The World’s Best And Worst Tourism Slogans

    The World’s Best And Worst Tourism Slogans Here are the world’s best and worst tourism slogans from all around the globe. These are the key words every country uses in order to attract more and more tourists every year. We’re not here to judge (oh yes we are!), but some of these tourism slogans seem […]

  • How, When and WHERE did Life Begin?

    In our continuous search for extraterrestrial life, we often have to look into our own “backyard” in order to see how life functions, and more importantly, how it got here in the first place. Well, according to scientists at the University of California have come to the conclusion that life here on Earth appeared nearly […]

  • The Tallest Tree in the Tropical World

    The Tallest Tree in the Tropical World By far, the tallest trees in the world are Californian Redwoods, or more commonly known as Sequoias. Before commercial logging and clearing began by the 1850’s, these massive trees occurred naturally in an estimated 2,100,000 acres (8,500 km2) along much of coastal California (excluding southern California where rainfall is […]

  • Huge Crack in African Desert Will Turn into a New Ocean

    Huge Crack in African Desert Will Turn into a New Ocean Back in 2005, a 35-mile long rift opened in the Ethiopian desert which baffled scientists and geologists alike. The crack, some 20 feet wide in places, is believed to be the beginnings of a new ocean. Though not thoroughly analyzed, the crack presents a […]

  • Jupiter-Sized Planet and Parent Star Photographed Together 1,200 Light-Years Away

    Jupiter-Sized Planet and Parent Star Photographed Together 1,200 Light-Years Away Ever saw those videos where the camera starts zooming out, and it’s zooming and zooming up until you can’t see the thing it started from? Or what about those videos from the ISS (International Space Station) showing people walking down the street? If you think […]

  • Reykjavik Will Switch Off Street Lights For Northern Lights

    Reykjavik Will Switch Off Street Lights For Northern Lights Reykjavik will switch off street lights for Northern Lights in what could be the most fascinating news about any European capital we’ve heard in a while. Yes, it’s true, the way the do things in the North is without comparison to how things roll on the […]